QUEEN MAE S. USIGAN
DR. INICIA BANSIG
A Detailed Lesson Plan
I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to: Cognitive: determine if a noun shows possession
Affective: distinguish if a sentence shows joint or separate ownership Psychomotor: formulate sentences having joint and separate ownership
II. Subject Matter:
Topic: 1. Reading an article: “Magicians of the Flower World” 2. Language Integration: Possessive Nouns
Reference: Across Borders through Language 6, pages 14-23
By: Pacita M. Gahol and Eugenia Gorgon
Source of the article: Wonderful World of Knowledge
Materials: pictures, graphic organizer
Strategy/Approaches: Content Based Instruction, use of the strategy “Passport to Leave” and use of Graphic Organizer
1. PRE READING:
Good morning class!
Good morning Ma’am!
Have you been to a flower shop?
What did you notice about the flowers?
I have here an article entitled “Magicians of the Flower World.” But before we read it, I will post first the question you need to answer after reading the article. And we will also give meaning to the unfamiliar words that can be found in the article.
C. Motive Question:
After reading the article, you should be able to answer this question: * In what way can we protect our Mother Nature?
D. Unlocking of Difficulties.
Instructions: Match the underlined word in column A to column B.
1. I admire the works of the botanist.
2. The beautiful flowers that we admire in the florist’s window are very often the result of a great deal of work and study over a long period of time. 3. The new cultivated plant is called a hybrid.
4. Scientists call this new plant a “spontaneous mutation.” (The teacher will assign someone to answer the vocabulary terms.) 2. WHILE READING:
(The teacher will assign someone to read the article and she will repeat it after it has been read by the pupil chosen to read the article for better understanding.)
A. Studies flowers and plants
B. Plant that is different from the rest of its kind.
C. Person who deals in or grows flowers
D. Offspring of two plants or varieties of species
3. POST READING:
A. Answering of Motive Question:
Let’s go back to the question I posted to you a while back. In what way can we protect our Mother Nature?
(The teacher will choose some pupils to answer.)
B. Integration of Communication Skills:
Read the following expressions from the article:
You probably know already that these expressions show the possessive form of nouns.
(The pupils will read the expressions posted on the board.)
What do you know about Possessive Nouns? Yes Gael.
Definitely, from the word itself, possessive means possession or ownership. Nouns have different ways of ownership or possession.
Possessive Nouns show possession or ownership.
RULES REGARDING POSSESSIVE NOUNS:
1. Add ‘s to the singular form of a noun to show singular possession. Ex. lady’s fanLorna’s skirt
2. Add apostrophe (‘) only to plural nouns ending in –s. Ex. ladies shoesboys’ hats
3. Add ‘s if the plural form of the noun does not end in –s. Ex. men’s bagfishermen’s net
4. Add ‘s to Proper Nouns ending in –s or –z.
Ex. Carlos’s petMr. Cortez’s car
*However, some speakers prefer not to pronounce the s. Hence, they omit –s in the spelling. Ex. Moises’ shirtMercedes’ dress
5. Add ‘s to the end of a compound noun to form possession Singular possessionPlural possession
daughter-in-law’s housedaughters-in-law’s houses