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Teaching Adjectives to Grade VI pupils (through poem)
A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH
FOR GRADE VI PUPILS
(FOR 4th GRADING PERIOD)
By: ESMAELA DIANN B. MASCARDO

I. OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the discussion, pupils will be able to:
 Build vocabulary through pictures presented.
 Practice proper way of reciting a poem.
 Interpret meaning of a poem through pictures.
 Identify adjectives used in the poem.
 Use adjectives in describing their hometown.

II. SUBJECT MATTER:
Pointing out adjectives in the poem, “The Town Where I Lived” by A. J. Gil

A. REFERENCES:
 PELC (Philippine Elementary Learning Competency)
 English For You and Me, Language Textbook for Grade Four, pages 147 – 158

B. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:
 Pictures of different places
 Paper Strips
 Post Cards
 Mock-up/model of parts of a letter

C. SKILLS
Pupils will develop reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills.

D. CONCEPTS (Grammar Integration)
 Adjectives are words that describe nouns and pronouns.
 Adjectives tell about the number, kind, and color of a person, animal, or thing.

E. VALUES INTEGRATION
 Appreciation of God’s creatures.
 Appreciation of home.

III. PROCEDURE
Teacher’s Activity Pupils’ Activity

A. PRELIMINARY ACTIVITY
1. Building Rapport

Good morning children! Good morning teacher!

How are you today? We are fine today!

Oh! I’m glad you are fine today!

2. Review

Okay. Before we start our new
Lesson, let us have a short review
first. Okay class? Who can recall
about our lesson yesterday? Karl? Our lesson yesterday
was about nouns.
Thank you, Karl! Now who can
give me a sentence? Anne eats the apple.

Very good Marie! Now, go to the
board and underline the verb in
the sentence. Eats

Thank you, Marie! Now please tell us
what’s the reason why you
underlined the word ‘eats’ I underlined the
word “eats” because it tells what Anne does, therefore, it is a verb. Very good, my dear!
Since you already mastered verbs,
let us have our new lesson for today.

3. Motivation

Class, have you been to other places? No ma’am.
Yes ma’am.

What places have you been to? various answers

How about you, Kaye? Have you been
to other places? What places have you been
to? Yes ma’am! I’ve been
to other places, just
last summer, my family and I went to Boracay!

Wow! Can you share your experience to us? Yes ma’am! My
Family and I had a 3 day vacation there. We were happy and we enjoyed it very much. Wow! Thank you very much for your
Sharing of experience, darling!

Okay children, do you want to go to
other places like Kaye? Yes ma’am!

Do you want also to travel abroad? Yes ma’am!

Okay, very good!
Now, sit back, and relax, for today, I
will bring you to other places! We will
travel around the Philippines and we will go
abroad! Yes ma’am!

(picture parade)

Class, in which of these places would
you prefer to have a house?
Do you think you will be happy
living in this place?

4. Vocabulary Building
Torrents, Puddles Shimmers
(picture analysis)
Teacher presents pictures of the
words to unlock the difficulty, to give
meaning. The teacher will ask what the
pupils see in the picture, let them describe
them. And through those pictures, gradually,
the teacher lets the pupils form their own
understanding of the picture. And then,
the teacher gives concrete definition of the
difficult words. For comprehension check,
the teacher lets the pupils use the difficult
words in a sentence.

5. Lesson Proper
Okay class, since we have already
gone to other places, now let us come to
our own, let us go home.

I have here a poem, I’ll read the
poem first, and then, I want
you all to read it after me.
Okay? Yes ma’am.

Okay let us start.

The Town Where I Lived
By A. J. Gil

Oh, the...
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