Identify formal and informal definitions of words

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Identify formal and informal definitions of words show appreciation to the importance of formal and informal definitions of words RESOURCES - types-of-definitions.html REVIEW What is denotation? What is conotation? MOTIVATION “Learning is the making of meaning.” - Robert Kegan ACTIVITY Pair the words ANALYSIS What can you observe on the words in column A? How about in column B? Does each pair of words related to one another? What do we call the type of words in column A? How about in column B? ABSTRACTIO N Formal, Informal and Extended Definitions of Words Examples Importance APPLICATION Oral recitation ASSESSMENT Analyze each definition and identify its type: ASSIGNMENT Number of students having mastery of the topic: Number of students needing remediation: Prepared by: Ms. Co-ann B. Gicangao Catalino Soliguen National High School Miranda, Pontevedra, Negros Occidental LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH 10 DATE 7/03/2019 LESSON Direct and Indirect Speech CODE EN10LC-Id-4.1 DURATION 1 Hour
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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: differentiate direct and indirect speech show appreciation to the importance of direct and indirect speech compose direct and indirect sentences RESOURCES REVIEW What are the types of definitions? Define each MOTIVATION Arranging jumbled words ACTIVITY Groupwork Arranging sentences ANALYSIS What does each sentence mean? What are the differences between the two sentences? What type of sentence is S1? How about S2? ABSTRACTIO N Direct speech repeats, or quotes, the exact words spoken Reported or indirect speech is usually used to talk about the past, so we normally change the tense of the words spoken. Examples APPLICATION Analyze each of the sentence and identicy which is direct and indirect speech: ASSESSMENT Compose two examples of direct speech. Transform each to indirect speech. ASSIGNMENT Conduct an interview with the Grade 11 students. Focus on Task 28 p.26 Present with direct and indirect speech. Number of students having mastery of the topic: Number of students needing remediation: Prepared by: Ms. Co-ann B. Gicangao Catalino Soliguen National High School Miranda, Pontevedra, Negros Occidental LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH 10 DATE 6/20/2019 LESSON Features of Persuasive Texts CODE EN10WC-Ib-12.1 DURATION 1 Hour
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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Identify the features of persuasive texts Show diligence in learning the features of persuasive texts Compose a persuasive paragraph about a certain topic RESOURCES English 10 Learner’s Material “Celebrating Diversity Through World Literature” pp. 20-21 - texts REVIEW Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns MOTIVATION A short talk about personal challenges ACTIVITY Task 18: In Your Own Words *Paying attention to instruction ANALYSIS Why people ignore important rules?
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