“The President himself wrote me a “himself is the intensive letter.” pronoun and it emphasizes the subject, the president.” “Good.” “Very good. Do you have any “No, Ma’am.” questions regarding our lesson?” E. Generalization “That ends our discussion about reflexive and intensive pronouns.” “What have you learned about “I learned that intensive intensive pronouns?” pronouns emphasizes the subject of the sentence and usually comes after the
subject and removing it won’t change the meaning of the sentence. “ “That’s correct. How about reflexive “Reflexive pronouns reflects pronouns?” back to the subject of the sentence.” “Very good, class.” F . Application “Now that you are able to “Mary made herself a coffee.” differentiate reflexive from intensive “They cannot look after pronouns, I want you to give me themselves.” examples of reflexive pronouns. “We blame ourselves.” Construct your own sentences.” “You can make yourself at home.” “We treated ourselves a pizza.” “Those are all correct. How “Did you yourself baked about sentences using the cake?” intensive pronouns?” “I found the treasure myself.” “Lily herself appeared at the rally.” “Very good everyone.” IV. Evaluation “Bring out a sheet of paper, I have here 20 sentence, copy the sentences then underline the intensive/reflexive pronouns used, encircle the subject then identify whether they are used as intensive or reflexive pronouns. V. Assignment “For your assignment, construct
10 sentences using intensive pronouns and another 10 sentences using reflexive pronouns. A Detailed Lesson Plan in English Grade 10 Submitted to: Dr. Norma Fernando Prepared by: Maybelle Siano
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