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LESSON PLAN in ENGLISH GRADE VI GLR/CT: I.OBJECTIVES: A. SKILLS 1. Identify the synonyms through the context clues. 2.

Appreciate what God is given to us and glorify as well through a poem. 3. Find out the rhymes in the poem. 4. Apply a certain musical tone on the poem. 5. Respond to the story through the following engagement activities: Group1: Character profile chart. Gruop2: What should I do? chart Group3: Reflection Chart Group4: Cause and Effect Chart Group5: Poem musical composition GOLD: Use adjective in a series in a correct order TS: Determine the synonyms and antonyms. B. STRATEGIES: -Read aloud - Questioning C. VALUE/S: 1. Appreciation of Gods gift 2. Be contented II. SUBJECT MATTER: A. Poem : I Love Myself B. Textbook : English for all Times 6, p. 3-7 and English for You and Me, p.106-111 C. Materials : Different Charts/cartolina, colored paper, pictures III. PROCEDURE: A. Preparatory Activities 1. Prayer 2. Checking of attendance 3. Seating arrangement B. Preliminary Activities 1. Pre-reading 1.1Motivation a. Ask the questions: Do you experience to feel love? Are you in love right now? Who is the person you love b. Present the title of the poem. -Using Chart - Predicting

1.2Unlocking of New/Difficult Words Replace the underlined expression in each sentence with an original word from the box. Write your answer on the blank before each number. Do this on a sheet of paper. is capable of making rearrange rage judge

__________1. Katy is such a good and friendly girl. She does not talk evil of others. __________2. Ara can dodifferent designs of bags. __________3. My teacher give me a tip whenever I have intense anger with anyone. __________4. Ms. Maelyn reminded her students to change the order of verbs to make the sentence correct. 1.3Motive Question Present the title of the poem again. Then ask, What questions come up to your mind when see and read the title of the poem Expected question/s: Why does the author love herself/himself? Why not others? 2. Active Reading 2.1First reading..Teacher 2.2Second readingpupils interact with text. 3. Post reading 3.1Lead the class to answer the motive question. 3.2 Ask what is/are rhyme/s in the poem. Critical Thinking 1. Divide the class into 5 groups and give each group an activity. The discussion of the poem follows. 2. The small group activities are presented as the discussion goes on.

Engagement 1 (small group activities) Group1: Character profile chart Identify the character/s in the poem and tell everything about him/her.

a) b) c)

Group2: Cause and effectChart Group3: What Should I do Chart Gruop4: Reflection Chart

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h) i) j) Group5: poem musical composition k)

Engagement 2 (discussion of the poem) Who is talking in the poem? Why does the writer said he/she love him/herself? What does he/she mean when he/she said Ive always been the perfect me, theres nothing to rearrange in the first stanza? What are the common causes of fears, tears and rage among children? According to the 3rd stanza, what should one do so that taking care of the world becomes easy? Using a mirror, how can you reflect or describe yourself in the line the change outside can only come when deep inside I know Im beautiful and capable of being the best me I can ? If you will take the general message of the song/poem, can you say that a person is contented of what he/she is now? Why do you say so? Are we perfect?(no) What should be done to make ourselves satisfy of what we are now? Do you/we need to improve ourselves? What shall w do with our weakness? Strengths? Apply certain musical tone on this poem to make it such a song.

IV. ASSIGNMENT Use the following words in simple sentences: 1. Rage 2. Judge 3. Fears 4. rearrange 5. tears 6. Repeat

GOLD: 1. Preliminary Activities

Show a picture and ask the students, what can you say about the picture?. Then ask them to look around and tell what did you see and describe it. 2. Presentation a. Go back to our poem, what are the words that describe a person, place, things, event or idea. b. Underline the words that describe on the board. 3. Discussion - The words that describe are called adjectives. Adjectives can tell us how many, what size, what shape, what kind, how old, or what color. Example: perfect cone green leaf huge house young man three books round table Sometimes, we use more than one adjective to describe a person, place, things, idea or an event. There should be a correct order of adjectives when they are used in a series. Read the following sentences: 1. My friend gave me three lovely red Holland tulips on my birthday. 2. The last five brave young Filipino soldiers in Iraq make us proud. 3. Those twelve big round colorful balloons add joy to the festivity. Notice how adjectives are arranged when they come in a series.
How many? Ordina l Cardin al three last five twelve big round Wha t size? Size What shape ? Shape What kind? Qualit y lovely brave young colorfu l How old? Age What color? Color red Hollan d Filipin o tulips soldiers balloon s Noun Modifi ers Noun

Which one? Determin er 1. 2. The 3. Those

Just remember this acronym DOCSiSChQACNMN to make it easy for you to remember the order of the adjectives in a series. Guided Practice: Ask the pupils to give series of adjectives and use it in a sentence. 4. Generalization : What is the function of an adjective? EVALUATION: Direction: read these sentences. Are the adjectives arranged properly? If not, rewrite the sentence to make it correct. Do this on a sheet of paper. 1. The first five players of the team sat down to rest.

2. 3. 4. 5. TS:

Our teacher told us to bring multicolored two dozen popsicle sticks. I eat delicious red one Fuji apple every night before I got to bed. The cute furry Siamese cat looks at me lovingly. The long-legged woman Indian won the Ms. Universe title.

1. Preliminary Activities - Show two pictures. - What can say about the pictures? 2. Discussion - Explain the synonyms and antonyms. Synonyms are words with the same meaning. Antonyms are words with the opposite meaning. Example: Synonyms Antonyms tan light-brown last beginning small little sunny - rainy wise bright best worst 3. Generalization What is diference between synonyms and antonyms? APPLICATION/EVALUATION: Complete the analogy of synonyms and antonyms. Do this on a sheet of paper. 1. Pretty is to beautiful as tiny to _________. 2. Hard is to difficult as soft to ___________. 3. Open is to close as vacant is to __________. 4. Start is to begin as end is to ___________. 5. New is to old as cheap is to ___________.

Assignment: 1. Review todays lesson. 2. Write five sentences with a synonyms and antonyms.

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