A LESSON PLAN FOR ELEMENTARY ENGLISH V
I. OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson the pupils shall be able to: a.) Identify adverbs of time
b.) Use appropriate prepositions in a given sentences
c.) Actively participate in the activities
II. SUBJECT MATTER: Adverbs of time
REFERENCE: Fun in English, Language Textbook I, pp. 216-217
MATERIALS: Charts, Calendar and clock.
A. Preparatory Activities
3. Checking Attendance
B. Developmental Activity
(Checking of Assignments)
1. What are adverbs?
2. What are adverbs of manner?
3. What about adverbs of frequency?
From these sentences, underline the adverb and tell whether it expresses manner (how the action is done) or frequency (how often the action is done).
1. Kristine has never wanted to be a writer.
2. She looked at the beggar pitifully.
3. The employee will accept the task willingly.
4. Her mother often encourages him to study his lessons.
5. They sometimes buy books.
What time did you come to school?
Is it good to come to school early?
Look at this paper clock. What does this clock tell?
What about this calendar?
Read these sentences:
1. My friend received a gift on her birthday.
2. She arrived at 12:00 o’clock noon.
3. Jenina plays the computer in the evening.
What did you notice from the underlined words?
What question do these words answer?
What do you call these adverbs?
Note that the prepositions at, on, in are often with the following time expressions:
at + given time/noon/dawn
on + date/day
In + month/year/the morning/the evening
Other adverbs of time do not begin with prepositions like: yesterday, this month, last year and many more.
Complete the statements with the appropriate prepositions.
1. The school bus comes ___ 6:00 every morning.
2. The guest will arrive ___ Monday.
3. Our town...
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