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Genesis - English grade 5 (myfinal demo)

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  1. 1. Department of Education Region III Division of Pampanga Macabebe East District CADUANG TETE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Macabebe, Pampanga A Detailed Lesson Plan in English 5 (Language) I. OBJECTIVES: * Use the positive, comparative and superlative forms of regular adjectives in sentences correctly II. SUBJECT MATTER: Using Adjectives to Compare References: English Expressways Language Textbook 5, pp. 189-199 English Expressways Teacher’s Manual, pp. 151-159 Basic and Beyond Language Textbook, pp.245 Materials: Charts, pictures, song, and flashcards III. LEARNING ACTIVITIES: Teacher’s Activity Pupils’ Activity A. Preliminary Activities: 1. Prayer: Children, please all stand and let us pray. 2. Song Class, be seated. Let us sing a song first before we go straight to our today’s lesson. 3. Review: Yesterday, we studied and discussed about adjectives. Now, class what are adjectives? That’s right! Who can repeat? (Pupils will say their prayers.) “The Adjective Song” Describe, describe describe a noun Using adjectives Color, number, shape and size Can tell about a noun. Describe, describe describe a noun Using adjectives Feeling words like glad and sad Can tell about a noun. Adjectives are words that describe or modify a noun or a pronoun. (Several pupils repeat the answer)
  2. 2. Class, I have here six sentences. I want you to circle the adjective that modifies the underlined noun in each sentence below. 1. He ran through the muddy field. 2. Sam has a new bicycle. 4. The beetle scampered down the green leaf. 5. Hand me the plastic bowl. 6. We ate fresh strawberries. 7. The girl has curly hair. B. Learning Activities: 1. Motivation: Class, I have here a picture. I want all of you to look at it carefully.  Who are in the picture?  Where do you think are they going?  Have you experience going out for an outing?  Where did you go?  What did you do there?  Did you enjoy?  Why? 2. Presentation: Today, we are going to read selection about an experience of the whole family in an outing. Please pay attention to the italicized words while reading it aloud. We are going to answer some questions after reading the selection. Are you ready now? Father, mother, brother and baby sister. They will go out for an outing. Yes, teacher. In a beach resort. Go swimming with my family. Yes, teacher. (Pupils’ answer may vary) Yes, teacher. muddy new green plastic fresh curly
  3. 3. 3. Comprehension Questions: Let us answer some questions about the selection. a. Where did the family go? b. What did they see along the way? c. How did Mr. Cruz describe the place of Dona? d. What mountain did they see at Dona’s place? e. Do you think they will enjoy their stay at Dona’s place? One Sunday, the Cruz family traveled to Arayat. In the car were Mr. and Mrs. Cruz, Peter and baby sister Cora. They saw tall trees, rice fields and a high mountain along the way. They were so excited. They could not wait to reach their destination. At last, they arrived at Dona’s place. Dona and her parents were happy to meet them. “Your place is very nice. The air here is fresher than in the city,” said Mr. Cruz. “The trees around here are taller than those along the highway,” remarked Mrs. Cruz. “But the tallest trees are in that mountain. What do you call that mountain?” Asked Peter as he pointed at the mountain. “That is Mount Arayat.” answered Dona “Let us Climb the mountain,” said Dona “Come in and rest a while. I know you are very tired because you have just come from a long trip,” said Dona’s mother. “We have prepared some native dishes and delicacies for all of you,” exclaimed Dona’s father “Thank you very much. I’m sure we will all enjoy our stay here,” said Mrs. Cruz. They go to Arayat. They saw trees, rice fields and mountain. Father said Dona’s place is very nice. They saw mount Arayat. Yes, teacher.
  4. 4. 4. Skill Development: Let us read some sentences taken from the selection. Study the italicized words are used in each sentence. 1. What adjective is used in the first sentence? 2. Was there a comparison? 3. What do we call this degree of comparing adjectives? 4. In the second sentence, what is the adjective used? 5. What are compared in the sentence? 6. How are they compared? What syllable was added to the adjective to show comparison? 7. What do we call this degree of comparing adjectives? 8. Look at the third sentence, what is the adjective used? 9. What are compared in the sentence? 10. How are they compared? What syllable was added to the adjective to show comparison? 11. What do you call this degree of comparing adjectives? 5. Generalization: Alright children let us now conceptualize. a. What are the three degrees of comparing adjectives? b. When do we use the positive form of adjectives? c. When do we use the comparative form of adjectives? *tall *Nothing. It only describes the trees along the highway. *This is called the positive form of comparing adjectives. *taller *The trees along the highway and those around the house of Dona. *By adding –er to the adjective tall. *This is called the comparative form of adjectives. *tallest *All the trees they saw in Arayat. *By adding – est to the adjective tall. *This is called the superlative form of adjectives.  The three degrees of comparing adjectives are the positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree.  The positive degree is used to describe only one person, place, thing, idea or event.  The comparative degree or the –er form is used to compare two persons, places, things, ideas or events. They saw tall trees along the high way. The trees around here are taller than those along the highway. But the tallest trees are in the mountain.
  5. 5. a. When do we use the superlative form of adjectives? 6. Application: a. Guided Practice: Make comparisons between and among the pictures in the boxes. Construct your own sentences using the three degrees of comparing adjectives. b. Independent Practice: (Group activity) Work with your group mates using the three degrees of comparing adjectives, describe and compare the objects inside the envelope.  The superlative degree or the –est form is used to compare three or more persons, places, things ideas or events. Pupils answer may vary.
  6. 6. (Pupils answer may vary)
  7. 7. IV. EVALUATION: Choose the correct form of adjective to use inside the parenthesis to complete the meaning of the sentence. Write your answer on the ___. 1. The water in the bottle is __ to drink. ( safe, safer, safest ) 2. I feel it is __ today than yesterday. ( warm, warmer, warmest ) 3. Of the two lamps, this one is __. ( bright, brighter, brightest ) 4. Lora is a __ girl. ( smart, smarter, smartest ) 5. Ana’s bag is __ than mine. ( big, bigger, biggest ) 6. I think I am __ than you are. ( young, younger, youngest ) 7. I feel __ today. ( happy, happier, happiest ) 8. The bamboo organ is the __ musical organ in the Philippines. ( large, largest, largest ) 9. Listening to its music can send the __ cares of a person away. ( heavy, heavier, heaviest ) 10. Our heroes are __ men. ( great, greater, greatest ) V. ASSIGNMENT: Answer exercise D on page 245 of your Basic and Beyond Language Textbook. Write your answers in your English Assignment Notebook. safe warmer brightest smart bigger younger happy largest heaviest great GENESIS ROMAN MANASALA MRS. HERMINIA M. BUNGAY Student teacher / Observer Cooperating Teacher (EnglishV Teacher)

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