At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to;
a. Define coordinating conjunctions
b. Give examples of coordinating conjunctions
c. Use coordinating conjunctions in a sentence
II. SUBJECT MATTER
Topic Coordinating conjunctions
Reference Grade 7 learning Package
I am pretty sure that you have already discussed coordinating conjunctions in your elementary days and this is just a review about coordinating conjunctions. B. PRESENTATION
Present the topic about coordinating conjunctions.
a. Ask students what are coordinating conjunctions
b. Allow students to give examples of coordinating conjunctions c. Allow students to use the examples of coordinating conjunction in a sentence. D. GENERALIZATION
Ask students to match the sentence in column A with column B to form meaningful sentences. Use and, or, but, and for in coordinating the sentences.
COLUMN A COLUMN B
1. Monkeys can be angry anywhere a. they peel it first. from just a few centimeters tall. b. they use them to communicate. 2. Monkeys never it a banana as it is. c. some pieces can grow more than a 3. When the monkey yawns it is tired. meter tall. 4. Monkey makes different voices, d. it is angry at something. facial expressions and body movements.
Allow students to supply the blanks with and, or and but to complete its thought. “Animals In Mythology” (an adaptation) page 53
Make a composition with the use of conjunctions. You can make your own titles....