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School: Caticugan High School Grade Level: 8

Teacher: Karen Dale A. Doble Learning Area: ENGLISH

DAILY LESSON PLAN Teaching Dates and Time: August 13,15 Quarter: 2nd Quarter


A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of:East Asian literature as an art form inspired and influenced by nature;relationship of visual,sensory ,and verbal signals in
both literary and expository texts;startegies in listening to long descriptive and narrative texts;value of literal and figurative language;and appropriate grammatical signals
or expressions suitable to patterns of idea development.
B. Performance Standards The learner transfers learning by composing and delivering a brief and creative entertainment speech featuring a variety of effective paragraphs,appropriate grammatical
signals or expressions in topic development,and appropriate prosodic features,stance,behavior.

C. Objectives HOLIDAY 1.Know the Chinese Literature 1.Identify point of view Summative Test/ICL
2.Identify the Anecdotes about Confucius 2.Recognizes genres of Chinese poetry
3.Recognize the meaning of statement taken 3.Compare pairs of objects using similes
from Confucius
D. Learning Competency Evaluate personal significance of a literary text.



A. References Language in Literature Afro-Asian Literature 8 Language in Literature Afro-Asian Literature 8
1. Teacher’s Guide pages N/A N/A
2. Learner’s Materials pages 28-29 30-33
3. Textbook pages 28-29 30-33
4. Materials Powerpoint Presentation Visual Aids

B. Other Learning Resources N/A

A. PREPARATION A.Prayer A.Prayer
B.Checking of Attendance B.Checking of Attendance
C.Motivation C.Motivation
Show a scambled letters that forms the word Have you ever seen or experienced a vehicular
LITERATURE accident?Tell what the driver of the involved vehicle did.
B. PRESENTATION OF THE A.Present to the class the history of A. Unlock the meaning of words
TOPIC Chinese Literature B. Present to the class the Chinese story entitled “A Little
B.Discuss the Chinese Language Incident” by Lu Hsun
characteristics C.Discuss the First person point of view
C.Tell to the class the five Classic
books of Chinese Literature
D.Read the interesting Anecdotes
about Confucius
C. PRACTICE Group Activity Sharing Insights Group Activity
Discuss the meaning of each statement below 1. What incident happened to the narrator on his way to work?
taken from Confucius.Relate each to an 2.Whom would you blame for the incident?
evaluation of yourself. 3.What made the incident unforgettable to the narrator?
1.The superior man understands what is 4.Why did the narrator feel ashamed of himself?
right;the inferior man understands what will sell. 5.Between the rickshaw-puller and the passenger, whose
2.The superior man loves his soul;the inferior behavior would you like to emulate? Why?
man his property. 6.What message does the story give?
3.The superior man blames himself;the inferior
man blames others.
V. ASSESSMENT Answer the following questions: Task 1. Identifying Point of View
1.What are the three interesting facts about the Read again the story, A Little Incident. Recall the narrator that
Chinese language? is a participant in the story.
2.What are the five Chinese classics? Read the following paragraphs from short stories. Tell what
3.Of the anecdotes related about point of view is used in each. Explain your answer.
cConfucius,which do you find the most 1.Int was ten days or more after the Autumn Festival and the
interesting?Why? weather was getting colder.Happy Boy knew that he would
4.What quality of Confucius is brought out in need two extra pieces of clothing. That would take
each anecdote? money.When he spent hhis money to buy clothes he could not
at the same time,save it,and his hope of buying a rickshaw-he
didn’t even dare to go on hoping.
VI. ASSIGNMENT In your assignment nnotebook answer the given Study the poem Growth Rings by Deng HAinan
Was Confucius a patriot? Explain your answer
A. No. of learners who earned
80% in the evaluation

B. No. of learners who require

additional activities for
C. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to
require remediation

Prepared by: Karen Dale A. Doble

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