English Grade 6 Lesson 1

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Lesson Plan in English VI I.

Objective:
At the end of the lesson the pupils are expected to:
1. Distinguish changes in meaning of sentences caused by stress.
2. Appreciate one’s talent and capabilities.

II.

Subject Matter
A. Changes in meaning caused by stress
B. Reference: PELC I A 1.1
C. Materials: Flashcard, chart

III.

Learning Activities:
A. 1. Unfreesing Activities:
1. When the word pronounced is a noun clap one, when the word pronunce is a verb clap twice. rebel report progress progress project exit transport tinkle relay
2. Spelling spendthrift eclipse astraunauts bookworm appetite withered
3. Review
(Read on a flashcard)
Each sentence uses a word both as a noun and as a verb. Say the sentence aloud putting stress on the correct syllable.
1. Whenever Pat answer a question, her answer is brief.
2. Why did the mayor detail two clerks to take down the details of the accidents.
3. Dont exit through the gate.Its the exit not the entrance.
4. Who will comfort her beacuse her son who is her only comfort has left away.
4. Checking of assignment B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation:
What do you like most about yourself?
Each of us has particular gifts or talents. Have you discovered what yours are?
2. Presentation:
LIsten to the word where stress or emphasis is heard. Then repeat each sentence aloud:
1. I write love poems.
2. I write love poems.
3. I write love poems.
Did you see the differenceon how I say these three sentences? Was there a change in meanings?
3. Comparison/Abstraction
A. Which sentence suggests the following meaning? Say sentence #1; #2 or #3.
1. It is
I
who write love poems, not anybody else.
2. I don’t copy love poems, but I write it.
3. I write love poems not songs or novels.
B. Examples: Identify the stress in each sentences was:
1. Reina dances gracefully.
2. Reina dances gracefully.
3. Reina dances gracefully. Meanings:

1. Reina
, not

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