What are the sentence that support the first sentence

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What are the sentence that support the first sentence? What do we call the last sentence of a paragraph? ABSTRACTIO N Parts of a paragraph *Topic sentence *Supporting sentences *Concluding sentence APPLICATION Oral recitation ASSESSMENT Paragraph Writing Topic: What I Did At My Darkest Hour 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 7/08/2018 LESSON Elements of Prose CODE EN10LT-Ie-2.2 DURATION 1 Hour
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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Identify the elements of a prose Express appreciation for sensory images used RESOURCES English 10 Learner’s Material “Celebrating Diversity Through World Literature” pp. REVIEW What is a prose? MOTIVATION Quotation ACTIVITY Arranging jumbled words ANALYSIS Define each word. How are they related to writing? What do we call these words? ABSTRACTIO N Prose Elements of a Prose Explanation Examples APPLICATION Oral recitation ASSESSMENT Reading a selection and Identifying the elements 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 7/4/2018 LESSON Narrative Reading (The Gorgon’s Head) CODE EN10LT-Ie-2.2 DURATION 1 Hour
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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Identify the elements of a prose from the selection Show appreciation to the theme of the selection Use textual aids in visualizing the important events in the selection RESOURCES English 10 Learner’s Material “Celebrating Diversity Through World Literature” pp. 36-42 REVIEW What is a prose? What is narrative? MOTIVATION Spelling ACTIVITY Using the words in sentences ANALYSIS What picture can you create out of the sentences? ABSTRACTIO N Reading of the narrative Questioning Explanation APPLICATION Oral Recitation Task 9 p.42 ASSESSMENT Using one of the textual aids, visualize the important events in the story ASSIGNMENT Personal Coat of Arms 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 7/5/2018 LESSON Narrative Reading (The Gorgon’s Head) - Continuation CODE EN10LT-Ie-2.2 DURATION 1 Hour
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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Identify the elements of a prose from the selection Show appreciation to the theme of the selection Use textual aids in visualizing the important events in the selection RESOURCES English 10 Learner’s Material “Celebrating Diversity Through World Literature” pp. 36-42 REVIEW What is a prose?
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