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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Express insights based on ideas presented in the material viewed Identify words and expressions that emphasize a point RESOURCES English 10 Learner’s Material “Celebrating Diversity Through World Literature” pp. 52-53 REVIEW What is a myth? MOTIVATION Quotation ACTIVITY Task 4 Mystery Words (Unlocking of difficult words) p.54 ANALYSIS What did you notice in the way these words are defined? How do you differentiate definition A from B? Which is a better way to define a word? ABSTRACTIO N Reading the myth “Orpheus” Discussion APPLICATION Oral recitation -Processing questions p.57 ASSESSMENT Identify the words and expressions used to emphasize the point of each character. ASSIGNMENT Make a visual presentation of your strengths and weaknesses 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 7/18/2019 LESSON Article Reading “Arachne” and Making Generalizations CODE EN10VC-Ig-1.5/2.5 DURATION 1 Hour
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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Draw generalizations and conclusions based on the material viewed Explain how the tone and mood contribute to the theme of the myth Appreciate the moral of the myth RESOURCES English 10 Learner’s Material “Celebrating Diversity Through World Literature” pp. 68-72 REVIEW What was the myth that we have read yesterday? What problems occured in the story? How did the character deal with the challenge? MOTIVATION Task 1 Picture Perfect ACTIVITY Task 2 A Puzzling Trial Think about a puzzling problem/trial/challenge you have experienced. ANALYSIS How did you feel about it? How did you deal with it? What are the things about it that you want to change? ABSTRACTIO N Text Reading “Arachne” - Olivia Coolidge APPLICATION Oral recitation Asking about the elements of a short story. How did the tone and the mood contribute to the theme of the myth? ASSESSMENT Paragraph Writing Make a brief summary of the story 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 7/19/2019 LESSON Article Reading “Arachne” and Making Generalizations (Continuation) CODE EN10VC-Ig-1.5/2.5 DURATION 1 Hour
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OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to: Draw generalizations and conclusions based on the material viewed Explain how the tone and mood contribute to the theme of the myth Appreciate the moral of the myth RESOURCES English 10 Learner’s Material “Celebrating Diversity Through World Literature” pp. 68-72 REVIEW What was the myth that we have read yesterday?
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