lesson plan LITCRIT.docx - A Detailed Lesson Plan in World Literature(Crossing the Bar I-OBJECTIVES At the end of the discussion the students should be

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A Detailed Lesson Plan in World Literature (Crossing the Bar) April 23, 2019 I-OBJECTIVES At the end of the discussion the students should be able to: a. identify the importance of the poem through group recitation; b. perform a scenario related to the topic; and c. cooperate actively during performance. II-SUBJECT MATTER Topic: Crossing the Bar by Alfred Lord Tennyson Reference: Materials: visual aids, marker and laptop III-PROCEDURE Teacher’s Activity A. Preliminaries Good morning, Class! Recite the verse of the week. Hannah, lead us a prayer. Before you take your seats, pick up the pieces of the papers under your chairs and arrange it properly. Okay class takes your sit. Say present if you are here. Before we are going to start, I’ll remind you of our agreed rules and regulation in class. L- listen attentively I-Interact with others appropriately F-focus on the positives and respect others E-enjoy learning So, class always remember to enjoy your Student’s Activity Good morning, Ma’am! Roman 12:10 Let us pray… (The students will pick up the pieces of papers under their chairs and arranged their chair properly) (The students will sit) Yes Ma’am.
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LIFE. Is that clear class? Very good! So, how’s your day? If that so, do you have any assignment last meeting? B. Review of the past lesson If none, what was you topic last meeting. Yes, Marrio? So, what it’s all about? Yes, Ace? Absolutely, Now I think you really understand your topic last meeting so are you ready for the new learning, class? C. Motivation Before we proceed I have here a video that you will watch. Listen carefully because later on, I have some question that you need to answer based on what you watch and observe. So, here is the video. Now, based on your observation what does the video talks about? Yes, Ruby? Your right! Thank you Ruby. It talks about death. Now, I want to ask to yourself, are you afraid of death? If yes, why? And if no, why? Just ask yourself, you don’t need to voice out it. Okay, Sheena may I ask you to stand and come in front. Yes Ma’am! We’re fine Ma’am! None Ma’am! Ma’am it’s all about the poem entitled “the road not taken by Robert Frost. Ma’am it’s all about the decision making.
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