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Detailed Lesson Plan in English V

  • I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:

    • a. use preposition in a sentence;

    • b. give a sentence using preposition; and

    • c. participate actively in the discussion.

II.

Subject Matter: Prepositions

  • a. Reference: Learning Express Ways pages 289-293

  • b. Materials: Big book, Name tags, picture of a Doctor and patient, song in manila paper,

story Flying Medics in manila paper

  • c. Value Integration: Active Participation and Helpfulness

III.

Procedure:

Teacher’s Activity

Pupils’ Activity

A. Lesson Proper

  • 1. Spelling (using big books)

Good morning Class.

Good morning ma’am and classmates.

How are you today? 1-2-3 pretty eyes and sharp ears on me.

Fine ma’am.

If I will call your name come in front quietly and get your name tag.

Now, we will have spelling. I have here a Big book, but before I will open or scan the book I will relay the words and you will give the correct spelling.

Spell the word “evacuation”, Liza.

e-v-a-c-u-a-t-i-o-n. Evacuation

Let’s say it again.

e-v-a-c-u-a-t-i-o-n. Evacuation

Spell the word “stretchers”, Jane. Ok very good!

s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-r-s. Stretchers

Do you know what a stretcher is? This is an example of a stretcher.

No, ma’am

Spell the word “appendicitis”, Mark. What is appendicitis class?

a-p-p-e-n-d-i-c-i-t-i-s, Appendicitis It is a sickness to the appendix.

Spell the word “Ambulance”, Very good!

A-m-b-u-l-a-n-c-e. Ambulance

Let us give ourselves a wow clap

  • 2. Review

Can you still remember our lesson last

time? What was it? What is a descriptive phrases again children?

Descriptive phrases ma’am/

Excellent! Now, give me an example of a descriptive phrases, Alvin

Descriptive phrases used to describe noun or pronoun more directly.

What is a descriptive word that describe a noun in the sentence, Joel?

Deep as the ocean.

Very good, children!

   
 

Deep ma’am.

  • B. Motivation:

 

This

time class,

we

will

sing

a song.

Listen, I will sing the song first by line and

follow after me.

 

About above after against Along among around At before behind below Beneath beside between beyond By down during for from In into like near Of off on over Through to toward under Until with within without Do you like to learn the song children?

What are the words used in the song, can you read for the class, Claire?

Yes ma’am.

Good.

  • C. Lesson Development

 

About, above, after, against, along, among, around, at before, behind, below, beneath,

  • 1. Presentation

 

beside, between, beyond, by during, for, from,

What have you seen in this picture? What do you know about medics or a

in, into, like, near, of, off, on, over, through, to, toward, under, until, with, within, without.

doctor, Sheena? What else, Rica?

 

Yes they are serving people especially

A doctor and a patient.

those who are injured, sick and have illness.

A doctor give aid to the patient. They are serving those who are sick.

This time we will have a popcorn reading, but before that, what should you remember when somebody is reading story?

(After reading the story)

 
  • 2. Comprehension Check-up

 

Class, I’m going to ask a question and you’re going to write your answers on the Graphic Organizer in front.

Keep quiet, listen carefully, understand what you’re reading, avoid talking to your seatmate, etc.

What is the title of the story, Kate?

 

Who are the characters in the story, Nica?

Where did the story happened or the setting of the story, Maika? What help do the “flying doctors” give the people of Asia?

“The Flying Doctors”, Ma’am.

What else?

 
Very good! Is it only that the doctors can aid or help the sick and injured
Very good!
Is it only that the doctors can aid or help
the sick and injured people?
Do you want also to help like those
doctors?
In what way you can give help to others?
Title: Flying Doctors
SETTING
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Very well said so you are a little doctor.
Give ourselves Dionisia’s clap.
CHARACTERS
Dr. Kanwar Singh, Canadian woman, Filipino Crewman
D. Discussion of the topic:
I have here a sentence, find out how the
WHAT DO THE FLYING DOCTORS DO?
They give aid and help the patients and sick pe
They serve the country of Vietnam
underlined words are used.
The patients on stretchers were carried
inside the plane.
No ma’am
What word shows where the patients
are?
Yes ma’am.
Where were the patients carried in?
Ma’am, I’ll give them medicine.
We drove to the store.
What shows where we drove to?
The girl was angry to the jeepney driver?
What word shows to whom the girl was
angry?
We call the underlined words
prepositions. Let’s read the meaning of
preposition.
Let us see these examples
Stretchers.
1.
The cat is under the table.
The preposition used in the sentence
is under.
Is it correct to hear if the sentence is
without the word under?
inside the plane.
to the store
So we need to insert under to
complete the sentence.
to the jeepney driver.
What do we call that word class?
Preposition – is a word that relates a noun or
pronoun to another word in a sentence.
2.
He usually travel to Solano by a bus.
What is the used preposition in the
sentence, Angelo?
It is a name of a person, place or thing.
Is it correct class?
Very good!
3.
I was visiting my best friend at the
hospital.
What is the used preposition in the
sentence, Joel?
Excellent!
No ma’am.
Can you give us about what is the thing
 

under your table, Kate?

 

Ok, use it in a sentence using under, Shane?

Preposition ma’am.

(Let’s give her a wow clap)

How about if Jake put his bag above the table?

The word preposition in the sentence is to and by. Yes, ma’am.

What is the preposition used, Joel?

Look at your seatmate and construct a sentence using beside, Rojan.

At, ma’am

Let’s give him “ang galing galing clap!”

I’ll give a book to Shane, what sentence using a preposition word or the word from can you construct, Kate?

My books.

Let’s give her a Aling Dionisia’s clap

My book is under my table.

Ok, so I have here more examples of a preposition word. (in the chart) The words that we had sung a while ago.

  • E. Generalization

 
 

What have we learn today, Lerma?

Above ma’am.

What is all about preposition, Sheena?

Well said!

Kate sit beside me.

Ok, can you cite some examples of a preposition word, Jake? What else Ricky?

Ok let us read again the meaning of preposition.

This book of mine is from madam Evelyn Pastor.

  • F. Reinforcement

 
 

Directions: Complete the sentence using

preposition word.

  • 1. Lyka baked a cake

her mother.

___

  • 2. I saw something

it on television.

___

  • 3. I live

Almaguer North, Bambang,

Preposition ma’am.

  • 4. Nika is the only girl siblings.

the 3

Preposition is a word that relates a noun or pronoun to another word in a sentence.

  • 5. The book of mine is Sadueste.

Nicole

 

Behind ma’am. Beyond, over, off, Between, around, during, etc.

IV.

Evaluation

Directions: Choose the correct preposition to complete the sentence. Encircle the letter of the best answer.

 

1.

My best friend lives

 

Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.

 
 

A.

in

B. on

C. at

D. of

 

2.

I’ll be ready to leave

 

about twenty minutes.

 

A.

in

B. on

C. at

D. of

 

3.

Since he met his new playmate, Peter never seems to be

home.

 

A.

on

B. in

C. at

D. of

 
 

4.

The child’s responded to his mother’s demands

throwing a tantrum.

 

A.

with

B. by

C. from

D. on

 

5.

I think she spent the entire afternoon

the phone.

 
 

A.

on

B. in

C. at

D. by

 

6.

I will wait

6:00, but then I’m going home.

 
 

A.

from

B. at

C. until

D. in

 

7.

The police caught the thief

 

the corner of cascade and Plum Street.

 
 

A.

in

B. at

C. from

D. on

 

8.

My fingers were injured so my sister had to write the note

me.

 

A.

to

B. by

C. in

D. for

 

9.

What are the main ingredients

 

this adobo?

 

A.

about

B. of

C. to

D. for

 

10.I live

 

Almaguer North, Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya.

 

A.

in

B. of

C. to

D. for

V.

Assignment

 

Directions: Choose the correct preposition from the word list below to fill in the blanks for each sentence.

Over

into

at

behind

beside

under

by

from

between

up

on

unto

near

in

opposite

around

 

during

outside

at

through

without

toward

until

among

before

across

after

along

for

with

as

1.

I ride my bicycle to work, all the way

the mountain.

 

2.

The sign says, “Please don’t sit

_____

the grass.

3.

He ran as fast as he could

 

catch the bus.

 
 

Prepared by:

 

CAROLYN T. GORENZO

Student Teacher

Directions: Choose the correct preposition to complete the sentence. Encircle the letter of the best answer.