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A Detailed Lesson Plan in English for Grade 7

(Listening and writing composition)


I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson the pupils will be able to:
Recognize main/key ideas
Identify supporting details
List specific details of the audio listened to
Appreciate the values of the audio listened to

II. Subject matter:


Topic: Paragraphs
Reference: Ghajar-Selim, Anita. 'Paragraph'. Qatar University. Web. 28 Sept. 2015.
Materials: Speakers, Laptop, Whiteboaard, Whiteboard marker

Procedure
A. Learning Activities
TEACHERSACTIVITY

STUDENTSACTIVITY

GoodMorningClass...

GoodMorningMaam!

Letusprayfirst...

(OneStudentwillleadthePrayer)

(CheckingofAttendance)

(Studentswilltellwhosabsentfortheday)

Sohowsyourday?Isitgoodsofar?

ItwasgreatSir!

Thatsgoodtoknow.So,areyoutodiscussournewtopictoday?

YesSir!

Okaythatsgood,soletsbeginthiswithagroupactivity!Areyou YesSir!
ready?

Motivation
Group Activity:
The students will be divided in to four; each group will be given pieces of paper with
words written on them. They will be asked to arrange the words in order to make a
sentence.
They will come up with the following sentences:

1.

Philippines is rich in natural resources.

2.

When did you go visit the white island?

3.

Please give the certificate.

4.

I cant believe it! We won!

TEACHER

STUDENTS

Presentation

(Studentswillgivetheiranswers)

Verynice!Iamverypleasedyouwereabletofinishthetaskgiventoyou.
Nowletsdiscussyouranswers.Anybodywhocantellmewhathe/shenotices
withthefollowingsentences?
Discussion

(Studentwillvolunteertoreadthefirst
sentence:Adeclarativesentencestatesafact

Verygoodobservation!Now,letmeintroduceyouthefourtypesofsentences. oropinionandendswithaperiod.)
Wouldsomeonereadthissentenceforme?
Thanks.Now,letstakealookatthesentencethatgroup1cameupwith.This

(Studentanswers:Maam,becauseitgivesan

oneisadeclarativesentence.Couldyoutellmethereasonwhyitsclassifiedas ideaanditstatesafact.Italsoendswitha
declarative?

period)

Verygood.Wellsaid.Now,cansomebodygivemeanexampleofadeclarative (Studentsanswer)
sentence?
Niceanswers!Nowletstalkaboutthesecondtypeofsentence.Would

(Studentwillvolunteertoreadthefirst

someonereadthedefinitionwrittenontheboard?

sentence:Aninterrogativesentenceasksa
questionandendswithaquestionmark.)

Niceoneandcouldyougivemeanexampleaswell?

(Thestudentwillgiveanexample.)

Verygood!Itseasytounderstand,right?Rememberthataninterrogative

Yes,Maam!

sentenceendswithaquestionmark.Thesentencethatgroup2cameupwithis
anexampleofit!Didyougetit?
Ialsowanttoremindyouthatyouhavetoreadaninterrogativesentencewell.

Yes,Maam!

Youhavetosoundlikeyourereallyaskingaquestion.Dontjustreaditasif
itsadeclarativesentencesoyouwontbemisunderstoodwhensomeonelistens
toyou.
Thatiswonderful!Soletsproceedtothenexttypeofsentencewhichisthe

Animperativesentenceexpressesarequest

imperativesentence.Readthedefinition,____________.

orgivesacommandordirection.Italsoand

endswithaperiodorexclamationmark.
Thanks.Now,letscheckthesentencethatgroup3cameupwith.Itendswith

(Astudentvolunteersandanswers:Maam,

aperiodbutthatdoesntmeanitsadeclarativesentence.Cansomebodyexplain itsbecausethesentencedonotstateafactan
theclasswhy?

opinion.Itstatesarequest.)

Yougotit!Perfect!Now,Iwantyouclasstogivemeanexampleofan

(studentsvolunteertogivetheiranswers)

imperativesentencethatgivesanorderordirection.
Oh!Welldone!So,whataboutanimperativesentencethatexpressesa

(studentsvolunteertogivetheiranswers)

request?
Oh!IcouldseethatyougotalittleconfusedwiththeimperativesentencebutI (Studentreads:Anexclamatorysentence
amgladyouwereabletogetitsfunction.Nicetryforthosewhogavetheir

conveysemotionandendswithan

answers!Nowletsdiscussthelasttypeofsentence.Exclamatorysentence.

exclamationmark.)

Readthedefinition,___________.
Thanks.Thatsgood.Now,Iknowyoullfinditveryeasytounderstandits

(studentsvolunteertogivetheiranswers)

function.Cansomebodygivemeanexample?
Welldone,class!Doyouhaveanyquestions?Anyclarifications?

(studentssaysno)/(studentsasksquestions)

Analysis

(studentsanswer)

Nice.Iampleasedwithyourparticipation.Nowletshaveashortactivity
beforeyoutakethequiz.
Usingthepicturesshownontheboard,Iwantyoutoformdifferenttypesof

(studentsanswer)

sentencesaccordingtofunction.
Picture1

(studentanswers:

1.Declarative:DanielPadillaisanactor.
2.Interrogative:Ishefamous?
3.Imperative:Couldyoupleasegivemehis
phonenumber?
4.Exclamatory:OMG!ItsIsawDaniel
Padilla!)
Picture2

(studentanswers:

1.Declarative:Theyareaskingfordirections.

2.Interrogative:Aretheylost?
3.Imperative:Wouldyoupleasetellushow
togetthere?
4.Exclamatory:Help!Wearelost!)
Picture3

(studentanswers:

1.Declarative:Theteamwonthecontest.
2.Interrogative:Didtheywinthecontest?
3.Imperative:Letsclapourhandsforthe
winningteam!
4.Exclamatory:Hurray!Wewon!)
Picture4

(studentanswers:

1.Declarative:Shereachthemountaintop.
2.Interrogative:Didshehikealone?
3.Imperative:Pleasetakemetothemountain
top.
4.Exclamatory:Atlast!Ireachedthetop!)
Generalization

Now,class,letsrememberthatsentenceshavefourfunctions.Theycanbe
declarative,interrogative,imperativeorexclamatory.Canyouagaintellmethe
differencesofthefour?

Andletusalsoremembertherightpunctuationstousewhenforminga
sentence.

(studentsanswer)