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The Use of Popular Media in Teaching 3rd yr BSEd
At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
1. Explain every passage that the poem is conveying to the reader. 2. Find the value of life and how to deal with others through the poem. 3. Respond to the poem message.
II. Subject Matter
Literary piece: Desiderata
A. Daily Routine
b. Checking of Attendance
c. Checking of Assignment
B. Lesson Proper
What was our topic last time, somebody discuss its summary?
Let’s watch this video clip and try to connect with the message.
Presentation of Lesson
Are you familiar with the poem that you have seen?
"Desiderata" (Latin: "desired things") is a 1927 prose poem by American writer Max Ehrmann. Largely unknown in the author's lifetime, the text became widely known after its use in a devotional and after spoken-word recordings in 1971 and 1972.
American writer Max Ehrmann (1872–1945) wrote the prose poem "Desiderata" in 1927. In 1956, the Reverend Frederick Kates, rector of Saint Paul's Church in Baltimore, Maryland, included Desiderata in a compilation of devotional materials for his congregation. The compilation included the church's foundation date: "Old Saint Paul's Church, Baltimore A.D. 1692". Consequently, the date of the text's authorship was (and still is) widely mistaken as 1692, the year of the church's foundation.
When US Democratic presidential hopeful Adlai Stevenson died in 1965, a guest in his home found the Desiderata near his bedside and discovered that Stevenson had planned to use it in his Christmas cards. This contributed further to the poem becoming widely known.
One by one will read each passage and give their own understanding of what he read.
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