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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Explain how the elements specific to a genre contribute to the theme of a particular literary selection Write an essay depecting the reluctance of Roland in asking help RESOURCES Learners’ Module p. 152-157 REVIEW MOTIVATION Spelling ACTIVITY Task 5 Read Roland ANALYSIS Who are the characters in the story? What is the setting of the story? Discuss the plot ABSTRACTIO N What are the characteristics of the idea knight according to “The Song of Roland”? Why was Ganelon very angry at Roland? What causes the death of Roland? APPLICATION Discuss How do you feel about Roland? Why didn’d he sound the olifant to call Charlemagne’s army for help at the very beginning? ASSESSMENT Essay writing Think of a time when you, like Roland, were reluctant to ask for help as he had been during the attack. 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 9/05/2019 LESSON Public Speaking CODE EN10OL-IIf-3.8, EN10OL-IIf-2.6.2 DURATION 1 Hour
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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Define public speaking Identify the elements of public speaking Show appreciation to the importance of public speaking RESOURCES Teacher’s Guide p. 130 Learners’ Module p. 1136-138 REVIEW What are speeches? MOTIVATION Trivia Who was the first public speaker? Where did public speaking first take place? Who was the first public speaking teacher? ACTIVITY Video Presentation ANALYSIS What is given emphasis in the video? What is public speaking? What are the elements of public speaking mentioned? ABSTRACTIO N Why public speaking is important? Have you experienced speaking in public?What did you feel? Is there a need to learn the basics of public speaking?why?why not? APPLICATION Oral Recitation ASSESSMENT Paper Test ASSIGNMENT Look for the meaning of impromptu and extemporaneous Number of students having mastery of the topic: Number of students needing remediation: Prepared by: Ms. Co-ann B. Gicanga Catalino Soliguen National High School Miranda, Pontevedra, Negros Occidental LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH 10 DATE 9/26/2019 LESSON Impromptu CODE EN10OL-IIf-3.8, EN10OL-IIf-2.6.2 DURATION 1 Hour
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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Define impromptu Identify the techniques in delivering impromptu Show appreciation to the importance of impromptu speaking RESOURCES Teacher’s Guide p. 130 Learners’ Module p. 1136-138 REVIEW What is public speaking? MOTIVATION Quotation ACTIVITY Video Presentation ANALYSIS What is given emphasis in the video? What is impromptu? What are the tips in impromptu speaking?
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