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DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH 7

I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, 100% of the students with 75% level of proficiency should be able to:
a. arrange events and details chronologically
b. identify the different Kinds of Phrase (Noun Phase, Infinitive Phrase and Verb Phrase)
c. appreciate true happiness.
II. Subject Matter
1. Topics: Arranging Events and Details Chronologically
Kinds of Phrase (Noun Phase, Infinitive Phrase and Verb Phrase)
2. References: Learning Package 7 by Department of Education
Developmental Reading Power by Capili, Ferrer, Condez and Logue
MSA Comprehensive English Handbook by Clarissa Rivero-Hernandez
3. Materials:Cartolina, chalk and board
4. Skills: Reading the story, Listeningduring discussion, Reciting during discussion and
Writing
5. Values Integration: Happiness
III.Procedure
A. Preliminary Activities
Teachers Activity
1. Prayer

Students Activity

Whos the prayer leader?


(Student leads the prayer.)
2. Greetings
Good morning class!
Good morning Maam!
3. Checking of Attendance
Who are absent from the boys?
I am glad to report that no one is absent from
the boys.
How about from the girls?
I am glad to report that no one is absent from
the girls.
4. Checking of Assignment
Bring out your assignments and let us
check. The answers are posted on the
board. Did you answer your assignments
correctly? Pass your paper forward.
(Students pass their paper.)
5. Review of the Past Lesson
What did we discuss yesterday?

We discussed about sentences according to its


use.

What are the kinds of sentences


according to its use?
The kinds of sentences according to its use are

Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative and


Exclamatory.
Very good. What are the differences
among the four kinds of sentences?
Declarative is a kind of sentence that shows
statement and ends with a period.
Interrogative is a kind of sentence that asks
question and ends with a question mark.
Imperative is a kind of sentence that pleads or
gives command that also ends with a period
while the Exclamatory is a kind of sentence
that shows emotion and ends with an
Very good! Do you have questions about exclamation point.
the Kinds of Sentences according to its
Use?
None Maam!
B. Motivation
I have here an experiment called as MiniEruption Experiment. The materials are
dishwashing liquid, hydrogen peroxide and
yeast. Dishwashing liquid is the base,
hydrogen peroxide is the acid and yeast is the
catalyst or the agent that will provoke speed
reaction. Who wants to volunteer to perform
the experiment here in front?

Put the dishwashing liquid and hydrogen


together first. Now, put the yeast to the
mixture.
What happened to the experiment?

What do you think is the reason behind the


reaction of the mixture?

(Student comes in front to do the experiment.)

(Student follows the instruction.)


The mixture reacts and it looks like there is an
eruption happening.

(Students answers vary.)

Good class. It is called as the Mini-Eruption


Experiment because of the yeast. It serves as
the catalyst in the experiment wherein it
provokes reaction.

What did I do first?


Did I put the yeast before the dishwashing
liquid and hydrogen peroxide?

No Maam! You put the dishwashing liquid


and hydrogen peroxide first.

You put the yeast to the mixture then it reacts.


Correct! What did I do next?

Very good! Your response shows that you


really observed the experiment.
C. Lesson Proper
Class, upon answering, you do the idea of
Arranging Events Chronologically. You
narrate the sequence of the experiment
according to its proper order. Chronological
means proper sequence. Do you understand?
Yes Maam!
Good! I have a question for you class. How do
you make people happy?
(Students answers vary.)
Very good class! All of you have good ways to
make people happy. Class, I have here a story
about how to make others happy. Let us see if
you have the same way. But before that, I
have here some unfamiliar words that you will
encounter in the story. Read the first word.
(Student reads.)

(Teacher explains each word to the student.)


Are these words clear to you now?

VOCABULARY WORDS
Clown
(n.) comedian in an entertainment who
cracks jokes habitually.
Example: Theres a clown on his party.
Circus
(n.) an arena covered by tent used for
variety shows including animal acts and
clown performance
Example: We went to the circus.
Baggy
(adj.) loose or hanging
Example: The poor boy wears a baggy shirt.
Drooping
(v.) to hang downward
Example: Her drooping eyelids show how tired
she is.
Somersault
(n.) a movement in which a person turns
backward or forward in the air bringing
feet over head
Example: The acrobat always performs the
somersault.

Here are also the guide questions that you will


answer after reading. Read the first question.

Yes Maam!

(Student reads.)
GUIDE QUESTIONS:
1. Who is the main character in the story?
2. What does the clown look like?
3. What are the two types of clown? What
kind of clown you choose to be? Why?
4. How didRic realize that making fun of
others is not right just to be happy?
5. Why do you think Ric wants others to
be happy?
6. What do you think is the lesson of the
story?
Now, let us proceed to the story but before
that, I want you to arrange the story in its
proper order. What do you think is the first
event of the story?

(Student comes in front to put the 1st event on


its proper place.)

Correct! How about the 2nd event?

(Student comes in front to put the 2nd event on


its proper place.)

Good! How about the 3rd event?

(Student comes in front to put the 3rd event on


its proper place.)

Very good! Now, what do you think is the 4th


event?

(Student comes in front to put the 4th event on


its proper place.)

Exactly! How about the 5th event?

(Student comes in front to put the 5th event on


its proper place.)

Very good! And the last event?

(Student comes in front to put the last event on


its proper place.)

We formed a figure of a Clown!


Very good class! What figure did you form?

Correct. You formed a clown. Class the story


that we will discuss is entitled The Clown. I
will read it aloud first, and then you will read
(The students read the story silently.)
it silently. Everybody, listen as I read the story.
(Teacher reads the story aloud.)
Yes Maam!
Do you understand the story?

Let us answer the guide questions. Read the


first question then answer.

Who is the main character in the story?


The main character in the story is Ric.

Correct! Together with his father and brother,


he went to the circus wherein he enjoyed
clown the most.
What does the clown look like?

The clown looks very funny with his baggy


clothes, big red nose, drooping eyelids, thick
eyebrows and big, wide mouth.

Correct! The clown also serves as the main


star of the circus wherein he makes the
audience happy.

What are the two types of clown? What kind of


clown you choose to be? Why?
The first type of clown is the one who performs
jokes to make others happy while the other one
is the one who makes fun of others to promote
happiness. I choose to be the first clown
because I do not want to make fun of others just
to be happy and make others happy too.

Will you read the 3rd question then answer?

Very good! There are clowns who make tricks


and crack jokes to make other happy while
there are others who embarrass others to make
themselves and other people happy. They also
Yes Maam!
thought that others are happy about their
actions but they are not. You choose to be the
good clown because you do not want to make
others funny just to make others happy. That is
a very good act. How about the others? Do
Ric realized that making fun of others is not
you also choose the same kind of clown?
right to make others happy when he was
assigned to be the clown in the orphanage. He
saw that by just performing tricks and giving
Very good! How did Ric realize that making
gifts, he can make the orphans happy. He does
fun of others is not right to make others
not need to embarrass others to make other

happy?

people happy.

(Students answers vary.)

Exactly! He realized that hes doing the wrong


move to make others happy when he
experienced doing the right thing like
performing tricks and giving gifts that makes
the orphans happy. Now, why do you think
Ric wants others to be happy?

The lesson of the story is all about how to make


other people happy.

Very good! All your ideas are correct. There


are valid reasons why Ric wants to make
others happy. What do you think is the lesson
of the story?

Exactly! The story wants to teach us how to


make others happy in the right way. We like to
make others happy too. But we should know
that true happiness does not come from
making fun of others. True happiness may
come from good things like praising others,
cracking nice jokes, doing efforts or by just
staying beside your friends. Thats what true
happiness is. Do you understand class?

Do you have questions about the story class?

Class, have you noticed that there are three


sets of colored words in the story? Read the
first set of words.

Yes Maam!

None Maam!

The big tent

Yes Maam!
It is a phrase Maam!

Phrase is a group of words having no sense.


Class, do you still remember our lesson about
phrase and clause?

Therefore, what is the big tent?


A Noun names a person, things, animals, place
or events.
Correct! If you said that it is a phrase, then
what is a phrase?

Very good! Phrase is a group of words having


no complete sense. But class, there are
different kinds of phrase and the big tent
belongs to its first and common kind called as
Noun Phrase. But before we discuss the Noun
Phrase, what is a noun first?

Very good. Now, what is Noun Phrase?

Noun Phrase is a kind of phrase that has at


least one noun that is modified by an article
and/or another modifier.

The article is the.


The modifier is big.

Very good. A Noun Phrase is a kind of phrase


that has at least one noun that is modified by
an article and/or another modifier. Examples
of articles class are a, an, and the.

The noun is tent.


They watched a beautiful movie.

For the The big tent, what is the article?


Correct! How about the modifier?

The article is a, the modifier is beautiful and the


noun is movie in the phrase a beautiful movie.

Thats right! What is the noun?


Very Good! Read the next example.

Yes Maam.

What is the article, the modifier and the noun


in that phrase?

(Students answers vary.)

To make people laugh


Very good. The article is a, the modifier is
beautiful and the noun is movie. Do you
understand now the noun phrase?

The first word in the phraseisto.


The word make is a verb.

Will you give your own example then analyze


it.
Verb is an action word.
How about the second set of colored words?

What is the first word in the phrase?

We call it as Infinitive Phrase.

And what part of speech is the word make?

Infinitive Phrase is a kind of phrase that starts

with TO followed by the base form of the verb.


Correct it is a verb. What is a verb?

Therefore, if a phrase starts with tofollowed


by a basic form of verb, how do you call it?
Yes Maam!
What is Infinitive Phrase?

We need to solve the problem.

The Infinitive Phrase is to solve the problem.


Class, the base form of the verb is also known
as the simple tense of verb. On the example to
make people laugh, it begins with the word to
followed by the base form of the verb make
while happy is just additional word to the
phrase. Do you understand?

Yes Maam!

Read the next example.

(Students answers vary.)

What is the Infinitive Phrase in the sentence?

Did not laugh.

None Maam!

The first word in the phrase isdid.


Do you understand the Infinitive Phrase class?

Do you have questions?

Did is a linking verb.


The main verb is laugh.

Will you give your own example?

Class, read the third set of colored words.

It is a Verb Phrase.

What is the first word in the phrase?

Verb Phrase has one auxiliary or linking verb


followed by its main verb.

Correct! Class, what part of speech is did?

How about the main verb in the phrase?

If a phrase starts with a linking verb followed


by a main verb, how do you call it?

Linking verbs are is, are, was and were.

What is Verb Phrase?


Yes Maam!
Verb Phrasehas one auxiliary or linking verb
followed by its main verb.Auxiliary verb
class, are also called modals like can, could,
will, would, might, may, do, does, did, has,
had, have, etc. How about the linking verbs
class? Can you give examples?

Thats right! In the example did not laugh, the


auxiliary verb is,did not while the verb is
laugh. The verb did not is an auxiliary that
shows negation. Is that clear?

She was sick today.


The Verb Phrase is was sick.

The linking verb is was and the main verb is


sick.
Yes Maam!
None Maam!

Read the other example.

What is the Verb Phrase in the sentence?

What is the linking verb and the main verb?

(Students answers may vary.)

None Maam!

Do you understand what Verb Phrase is?

Do you have questions?

Will you give your own example then tell me


what is the auxiliary or linking verb used and
the main verb used?

Do you have questions about our lesson class?


D. Generalization
How do you arrange events chronologically?

Very good! How about the three kinds of


phrase? What are they?

You will arrange events according to its proper


order.

Correct! What is Noun Phrase?

Very good! How about the Infinitive Phrase?

Correct! What is Verb Phrase?

They are the Noun Phase, Infinitive Phrase


and Verb Phrase.
Noun Phrase is a kind of phrase that has at
least one noun that is modified by an article
and/or another modifier.

Infinitive Phrase is a kind of phrase that starts


with TO followed by the base form of the
verb.
Verb Phrase has one auxiliary or linking verb
followed by its main verb.

E. Application
Very good class! Now, let us arrange the steps
on how to make Banana Split. Then identify if
what kind of phrase are the underlined words
in each step.
How To Make Banana Split
_ Put the ice cream on the top of the banana.
_ Prepare all the ingredients that you will need.
_ Slice the banana into two to form a boat
shape.
_ Put nuts and chocolate syrup above the ice
cream.
_ Serve it to the Banana Split lovers.
What do you think is the first step to make
banana split? Then identify what kind of
phrase was used.

Very good. How about the second step?

Correct. What is the next step?

Good. How about the fourth step?

The first step is to prepare all the ingredients


that you will need. The phrase used is a Verb
Phrase.
The second step is to slice the banana into two
to form a boat shape. The phrase used is an
Infinitive Phrase.
The next step is to put the ice cream on the top
of the banana. The phrase used is a Noun
Phrase.

Correct! And how about the last step?

Very good class! I can see that you really


understand our lesson for the day. Do you have
questions?

The fourth step is to put nuts and chocolate


syrup above the ice cream. The phrase used is a
Noun Phrase.
The last step is to serve it to the banana split
lovers and the kind of phrase in the sentence is
a Noun Phrase.

None Maam!

IV. Evaluation
Arrange the following events chronologically
by writing letters A-F. Then identify what kind
of phrase are the colored words in each
sentence.
___1. The two girls named Jona and Ana are
bestfriends.
___2. Jonas birthday party came and Ana
shyly went to their house to attend the party.
___3. Jonas birthday is coming but Ana does
not have money to buy an extravagant gift.
___4. She saw Jona and and said, Sorry, this is
just what I can give.
___5. Ana decided to make a card for Jona as a
birthday gift.
___6. Jona hugged Ana and said, The
presence of you is more than enough. I am very
happy bestfriend! You are the best!

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

A Noun Phrase
D Infinitive Phrase
B Infinitive Phrase
E Verb Phrase
C Infinitive Phrase
F Noun Phrase

V. Assignment
On a half sheet of paper crosswise, write 5 sentences then underline the phrase and
identify its kind.
Prepared By:
Lindsay A. Canoy (BSE English)