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Detailed Lesson Plan in English 7 (Prepositions)

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  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines Region I DIVISION OF CITY SCHOOLS San Carlos City Division San Carlos City District V-A COLILING NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL San Carlos City (Pangasinan) DetailedLessonPlan in English7 Prepared by: ERWIN DG. MANZON Student Teacher Submitted to: ALDRIN C. ABALOS Cooperating Teacher Approved: MS. JULIA C. TAGULAO Principal IV
  2. 2. I: OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to: A. identify the type and function of the preposition used in a sentence; B. use prepositions in describing a place, time and direction; and C. realize the importance of using appropriate prepositions in sentences. II: SUBJECT MATTER: Topic: PREPOSITIONS OF TIME, PLACE AND DIRECTION References: English 7 Learner’s Material, pp. 488 – 489 English for Everyday Lives, p. 54 Materials: laptop, projector, charts, pictures, activity sheets Skills: Writing and grammar awareness Values Integration: Unity and cooperation III: PROCEDURE: Teacher’s Activity Students’ Activity A. Preliminary Activities 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Recall Based on the text “The Universals” there are many statements from various philosophical sources that share a common principle. One of these is “Do to others whatever you want them to do to you.” What is your idea about this statement? Will you share it to the class? The excerpt tells people to treat others as they would want to be treated themselves. And if one wants to be treated a certain way, one should treat others in that way. B. Motivation Are you all familiar with the game “Bring Me?” I will give you first the instructions on how to play it. First, I will choose six players, then I will group them into two. Each group will have three players each. The two groups will fall in line, then I will choose 2 players, one from each group to play in every round. I will tell every player to bring me the pictures of different facial expressions that is hidden inside the room. After bringing me the picture I’ve asked, the player will imitate the facial expression shown in the picture. The player who will win in each round will get one point. The group who earned the highest points will be hailed as victors. Are you ready? Yes Sir. Okay Sir. Yes Sir!
  3. 3. C. Presentation of the Lesson (The teacher will ask the winners then write their answers on the board.) Where did you find the smiley face? I found the smiley face in the box. Where did you find the angry face? Where did you find the sad face? I found angry face on the table. I found the sad face under the chair. Class, please look at the board then study and analyze the sentences. What words were used to describe the locations of the pictures of the different facial expressions? What do we call these words? (Specifically, they were used as prepositions of place.) Now, let us find out more about prepositions, their functions and types. The words used were in, on and under. They are called prepositions. D. Development of the Lesson Based on the activity you had, how will you define or describe prepositions? (Aside from that, they are also use to describe time and direction. So, we can define prepositions in this way: Prepositions – are words that show spatial (space), temporal (time), or logical relationship or association of an object to the rest of the sentence.) This time, you will have an activity about the three types of prepositions namely; preposition of time, preposition of place and preposition of direction. (In this activity, the class will be divided into three groups. Each group will be given a set of sentences to study and analyze. They have to identify the preposition used in each sentence and its function. They should present their answers in table form using manila paper. After completing the task, the group will select one of their members to present their work to the class.) Prepositions – are words used to describe or show location of an object. Group 1: Preposition of Time 1. The train is due at 12: 15 p.m. 2. My brother is coming on Monday. 3. He started the job in 2015. Sentence Preposition Function 1. The train is due at 12: 15 p.m. at used to designate specific times
  4. 4. 2. My brother is coming on Monday. on used to designate day 3. He started the job in 2015. in used for non – specific time, month or a year Group 2: Preposition of Place 1. Pedro lives at Blk 5 Lot 23 Emerald Street Sampaloc, Manila. 2. Her house is on Rizal Avenue. 3. San Carlos City is in the province of Pangasinan. Sentence Preposition Function 1. Pedro lives at Blk 5 Lot 23 Emerald Street Sampaloc, Manila. at used for specific address 2. Her house is on Rizal Avenue. on used to designate names of streets and avenues 3. San Carlos City is in the province of Pangasinan. in used for the names of land areas Group 3: Preposition of Direction 1. He lives in the house by the river. 2. Our house is just beside the supermarket. 3. There are six dogs inside the cage. Sentence Preposition Function 1. He lives in the house by the river. by used to show nearness 2. Our house is just beside the supermarket. beside used to show that something is next to a certain thing or place 3. There are six dogs inside the cage. inside used for the names of land areas D. Generalization Will you give examples of prepositions of time, place and direction and their function? A. Preposition of time 1. at - used to designate specific times. 2. on - used to designate day.
  5. 5. 3. in – used for non – specific time, month or a year. B. Preposition of Place 1. at - used for specific address. 2. on - used to designate names of streets and avenues. 3. in - used for the names of land areas. C. Preposition of Direction 1. by - used to show nearness 2. beside - used to show that something is next to a certain thing or place 3. inside - used for the names of land areas E. Enrichment Activity Read and analyze the following sentences below. Identify the function of the underlined preposition in each of the sentences. Match Column A to Column B depending on what each type of the prepositions suggests or indicates. COLUMN A COLUMN B 1. He always gets up at seven o’clock in the morning. 2. He’s going to leave the country in August. 3. Pedro’s house is just beside the city hall. 4. Jose lives at #717 Brgy. Abanon San Carlos City, Pangasinan 5. Her shop is on Rizal Avenue. a. shows specific address b. designate specific time c. shows that something is next to a certain thing or place d. designate names of streets and avenues e. indicates non- specific times during a day, a month or a year. 1. B 2. E 3. C 4. A 5. D IV: EVALUATION: Direction: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate preposition to complete the sentence. 1. Sharon’s birthday is _____ January 1st. 2. I want to lose 5 kilograms _____ one month. 3. I will pick you up _____ 2 pm tomorrow. 4. Where will you be _____ New Year’s Eve? 5. He works in the farm _____ the river. 6. Professor Cruz lives _____ #125 Brgy. Tarece, San Carlos City, Pangasinan. 7. She found her slippers just _____ the table. 8. There are eight tourists trapped _____ the 1. on 2. in 3. at 4. on 5. by 6. at 7. beside 8. inside 9. in 10. at
  6. 6. cave. 9. San Carlos City is _____ the province of Pangasinan. 10. The train will leave the station _____ 12 a.m. V. ASSIGNMENT: Photo Challenge Direction: Describe each picture below in a sentence. Use prepositions to indicate time, place, means and belongingness. Correct grammar and punctuation marks must be observed. .

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