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5Es Lesson Plan

Lesson Title: Teaching The Village Street


Description of Lesson: This lesson will introduce a poem entitled "The Village Street" by
Edgar Allan Poe. At the end of this lesson, the
students will be able to unlock their
vocabulary by giving meaning to some unfamiliar words
found in the poem: to reflect as they
convey the message in the poem and
to perform a poetry in motion by themselves.
Target Learners: Grade 10
Duration: 60 minutes
ENGAGEMENT
Pre- reading strategy: Vocabulary Enrichment
1. The students will be engaged in an activity entitled "Pick a word, what does it means?"
Instructional Materials: printed copy of sentences, projector, power point presentation, timer
Procedures:
a. The students will be grouped by 5 members each.
b. Each group will be pick 5 words. They need to choose the correct meaning of the
words in the choices.
c. The choices were projected on the screen.
d. The students should write the correct letter in a sheet of paper.
e. All groups will be given 10 minutes to complete the activity.
f. The group with the most number of correct answers will be declared as the winners.
g. In case of tie, the group with the shortest time to finish will be declared winners.
EXPLORATION
During reading strategy: Silent Reading
1. The teacher will distribute the printed copy of the poem.
2. The students will read the poem silently for 10 minutes.
3. While reading, the students will be tasked to select one stanza in the poem that they
like the most.
Instructional Materials: printed copy of the poem

EXPLANATION
Post - reading strategy: Discussion

1. The teacher will discuss the brief background of the author of the poem so that
student can understand the context behind the poem they have read.
Instructional materials: projector, powerpoint presentation
ELABORATION
Post- reading strategy: Discussion
1. The teacher will give the students a worksheet for the activity.
2. The teacher will give 10 minutes to the students to write the stanza that they have
selected during the silent reading activity.
3. The teacher then will discuss the summary of the poem and the message of the poem.
4. The students will be asked to share their feelings and insights after reading the poem.
Instructional Materials: worksheet, powerpoint presentation
EVALUATION
Post reading strategy: Poetry presentation
1. The students will be tasked to memorize two stanza each, of the poem "The
Village Street " by Edgar Allan Poe for the individual poetry presentation next
meeting.

Poetry In Motion Rubric


Date:

Student's Name:
CRITERIA

SCORE

Memorizes
all lines in
the poem,
no stuttering
and smooth
flow of
delivering
every lines
of the poem

Memorizes
almost all
lines in the
poem, stutters
some times
and good flow
of delivering
every lines of
the poem

Pronounce
all words
PRONUNCIATION correctly;
AND
speaks
ENUNCIATION
clearly and
with proper
enunciation
of the words
all the time
Volume of
the voice is
VOLUME OF VOICE loud
enough;can
be clearly
heard in all
parts of the
room
Shows the
FEELINGS
most
AND
appropriate
EMOTIONS
feelings and
emotions
conveyed in
the poem;
every line
were
presented
with
suitable
emotions
and feelings

Pronounce
almost all
words
correctly,
speaks clearly
and
sometimes
with proper
enunciation
Volume of the
voice is not so
loud enough;
can be heard
in all parts of
the room

MASTERY

Shows the
appropriate
feelings and
emotions
conveyed in
the poem;
almost all
lines were
presented
with suitable
emotions and
feelings

few lines
were
memorized;
stutters most
of the time,
not -so- good
flow of
delivering
every lines of
the poem
Pronounce
few words
correctly;
speaks not so
clearly and
with proper
enunciation

Cannot
memorize
the poem;
stutters all
the time;
poor flow of
delivering
every lines
of the poem

Volume of
the voice is
not too loud
to be heard
in all parts of
the room;
only front
row can hear
Shows few
appropriate
feelings and
emotions
conveyed in
the poem;
few lines
were
presented
with
emotions and
feelings

Volume of
the voice is
too soft;
can't be
clearly heard
in the back
part of the
room
Shows no
feelings and
emotions at
all during
the poetry
presentation

Mispronoun
ce al words;
speaks
unclearly
with
improper
enunciation

TOTAL