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Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan in Language

(Prepared by: Noah F. Acedo)


I. Learning Objectives: At the end of the class, the Grade 10 students with 90%
accuracy will:
a.
b.
c.
d.

define indefinite pronoun;


give the meaning of common indefinite pronouns;
relate their own experience through a video presentation; and
create a short story with indefinite pronouns.

II. Learning resources:


Materials

Laptop

DLP projects the powerpoint presentation

Powerpoint Presentation used as the guide for the students

Manila Paper and Metacards for the motivation

Speaker for audio purposes

III. Learning Engagement:

Loop

The teacher will ask the students of the following questions:


1. Have you questioned yourself about what and who you really are?
2. Have you ever wonder why people label in terms of status?
3. Have you tried proving yourself for others?

Investigate

The teacher will divide the class into four groups and assign them into
respective area. The students will play the game entitled Fill me cause

Im incomplete. The teacher will give the instructions to the students


on how to play the game.
Instructions
1. Each group will be given a manila paper and set of metacards.
2. The groups will be given 5 minutes to fill the blanks with correct
words.
3. The group will just use their left hand to do the activity.
4. The first group to fill in will be announced as winner.

Navigate

singular

The teacher will discuss indefinite pronouns and its examples.

Pronoun
Another
Anybody/
Anyone
Anything
Each

plural

Everybody/
Everyone
Everything

Indefinite Pronoun does not refer to any specific person, thing or


amount. It is vague and not definite. Most indefinite pronouns are
either singular or plural. However, some of them can be singular in
one context and plural in another.
Meaning
Example
An additional or different person or
That ice-cream was good. Can I have
thing
another?
No matter what person
Can anyone answer this question?
No matter what thing
Every one of two or more people or
things, seen separately
All people
All things

Nobody/
No one
Nothing
Somebody/
Someone
Both

No person

Two people or things, seen together

Many
Others
Several

A large number of people or things


Other people; not us
More than two but not many

All

The whole quantity of something or


people

No single thing/ not anything


An unspecified or unknown person

The doctor needs to know if you have


eaten anything.
Each has his own thoughts.
We can start the meeting because
everybody has arrived.
They lost everything in the
earthquake.
I phoned many times but nobody
answered.
Its best to say nothing.
Clearly, somebody murdered him.
John likes coffee but not tea. I think
both are good.
Many have come already.
Im sure that others have tried.
They all complained and several left
the meeting.
All is forgiven.
All have arrived.

Singular/plural

Any

No matter how much or how many

None

Not any; no persons

Some

An unspecified quantity of something

Is any left?
Are any coming?
They fixed the water so why is none
coming out of the tap?
I invited five friends but none have
come.
Here is some.
Some have arrived.

Knot
The teacher will play a video presentation of Emily
Dickinsons poem Im Nobody! Who are you? to the class with
relevance to indefinite pronoun. After, the teacher will ask some
questions to the students about the video.

How do you consider yourself? Somebody or Nobody?

If you were to choose your somebody inside the classroom, who


will it be and why?

IV. Learning Assessment:

Size Up
The teacher will distribute the test paper to the students. The
test paper consists of 10 test items and the students are given 15
minutes to answer the questions.
(Note: The questions are attached to this lesson plan.)

V. Assignment:
Instruction: In a short sized bond paper with 1 inch margin, font size 12
and Arial black. Create your own short story with indefinite pronouns.
VI. Enhancement Activity
Visit the website www.YouTube.com and watch the video

entitled Grammar Girl: Indefinite Pronoun. After watching it, make a


short summary of the video in a short sized bond paper and pass it on
Monday.