A Semi-detailed Semi-detailed Lesson Plan in English English 9 I.
Objectives: At the end of the discussion discussion the students students are expected expected to have: have: Classified sentences according to use Showed teamwork and cooperation through participating a group activity Written a short narrative on their most unforgettable experience using the kinds of sentences Subject Matter Topic: Kinds of Sentences According to Use
References: Grammar and Composition 9 by Prentice Hall Materials: Visual aid Strip of papers Pictures Procedure A. Motivation The teacher will conduct a group activity : The students will be divided into four groups. Each group will be given strips of papers. The students will be asked to arrange the words to make a sentence. The students will come up with the following sentences : Bacon and eggs make a great breakfast. Please lend me your pen. Oh what a shame! What is your name? B. Presentation The teacher will conduct a sentence analysis. Guide Question: What did you observe with the following sentences? C. Discussion or Activity The teacher introduces the four kinds of sentences according to use: Types Of Sentences Declarative- states a fact or opinion and ends with a period. Interrogative- asks a question and ends with a question mark. Imperative- expresses a request or command and it either ends with a period or an exclamation point. Exclamatory- expresses sudden and strong feelings The teacher will conduct a picture analysis The teacher will let students construct sentences out of the picture.
The teacher will let students classify the sentences according to their use. D. Application Group Activity: Make a short presentation depicting different situations on the kinds of sentences. Group 1: You and your friends in a concert Group 2: A tourist asking directions Group 3: A famous actress visited your town Group 4: Your teacher informed you about your failing marks Evaluation Write a short narrative about your most unforgettable experience with at least 5 sentences of each kind.
Prepared by: Angela Therese C. Sibal BSED-ENGLISH III