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A Semi-detailed Lesson Plan in English 7

I. Objectives

At the end of the lesson, the learner:

1. Determines the meaning of the given word as how it is used in the story.

2. Gives the meaning of the underlined words using context clues by choosing
the letter of the best answer.

II. Subject Matter

a. Topic: Context clues

b. Materials: Manila paper, Chalk

c. References: Internet, http://highered.mheducation.com ,


http://www.k12reader.com/worksheet/context-clues-the-secret-garden/view/

III. Procedures

A. Preliminary Activities

1. Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

3. Review

B. Motivation

-The teacher will present some words and ask the students what comes into their minds
upon reading the words.

-The teacher will then present a sentence and ask the students what the underlined
word means.

- The teacher will present the lesson by asking the students about their observation.

C. Activities

 Context clues or contextual clues are hints that an author gives to help define a
difficult or unfamiliar words.
 The clues may appear within the same sentence as the word to which it refers,
or it may follow in a preceding sentence.

 The clues may appear in the form of antonym, synonym, definition, explanation
or restatement.

Examples:

 Because there was so little precipitation this year, the crops dried up and died.

The word precipitation means rain. The contextual clues that helps to define it is the
phrase 'crops dried up and died.'

(The teacher will give more examples and let the students determine the meaning of
the underlined words and the context clues that help them in determining the
meaning.)

D. Application

(Group Activity)

The class will be divided into four.

Directions: Read the story. After reading, look for the words given by the teacher. Give
the meaning of the words according to how it is used in the story.

1. ill

2. amuse

3. Ayah

4. tyrannical

5. governess

E. Abstraction

-Context clues are hints that an author gives to help define a difficult or unfamiliar
word.

- It may appear within the same sentences as the word yo which it refers, or it may
follow in a preceding sentence.

- Context clues may appear in the form of synonym, antonym, definition, explanation,
or restatement.
IV. Assessment

Directions: Read the sentences carefully and identify the meaning of the underlined
word. Write only the letter of your answer.

1. The bird sang from the bough of the tree. Then the bird hopped to another branch
and sang some more.

A. branch

B. tree

C. trunk

2. People used plants to make colorful dyes. The dyes were used to color cloth.

A. food

B. flag

C. colorings

3. My friends consider him to be a food connoisseur. They know that he is very much
knowledgeable in things related to food.

A. cook

B. expert

C. admirer

4. She entered a very perilous job. She might put her life at risk.

A. adventurous

B. dangerous

C. safe

5. This virus has really sapped my energy. I get tired just walking across the room.

A. increase

B. enhance
C. drain

6. I'm really hungry! That apple didn't appease my hunger. I want a sandwich now.

A. frustrate

B. increase

C. satisfy

7. The lamb was very feeble whereas the lion was very strong.

A. weak

B. small

C. tall

8. At a special ceremony, the police chief gave the officer a commendation for bravery.

A. an award for an outstanding achievement

B. an object designed to bring good luck

C. a lecture

9.Jennifer had a scowl on her face. She was unhappy about her grades.

A. grin

B. smile

C. frown

10. The flavorful and sweet aroma of the dish permeated the air. It was immediately
smelled by those who entered the room.

A. detached

B. killed

C. filled
V. Assignment

Directions: Search on the dictionary the meaning of the following words and use it in a
sentence.

1. disgusted

2. alter

3. critique

4. exotic

5. ducked

Prepared by:

SYLVIA A. BULADO
Student Teacher

Checked by:

JOVANNE T. CANDO
Cooperating Teacher

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