Sample Detailed Lesson Plan in English

Sample Detailed Lesson Plan in English 6 for Teaching Demonstration.

Detailed Lesson Plan (DLP) is a teacher’s “roadmap” for a lesson. It contains a detailed description of the steps a teacher will take to teach a particular topic. A typical DLP contains the following parts: Objectives, Content, Learning Resources, Procedures, Remarks and Reflection.

Detailed Lesson Plan in English 6

Objectives

At the end of the lesson the students are expected to the following with 85% accuracy:

A. Identify the degrees of comparison used in the sentences;
B. Practice good sportsmanship towards other people; and
C. Write sentences using the degrees of comparison.

SUBJECT MATTER

A. Topic: Degrees of Comparison
B. References: Cada, Elodie A., and Joyce H. Ternio. English for you and Me. Parañaque City, Book Wise Publishing House, Inc., 2008. pp. 126-130.
C. Materials: strips of paper for the game, cartolina, chalk
D. Concepts: The three degrees of comparison of modifiers are positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree.
E. Values Integration: cooperation, self-esteem, optimism, appreciation, sportsmanship
F. Methodology: Inductive Method and 4A’s

Procedure

Teacher’s HintTeacher’s ActivityStudent’s Activity
A. Preliminary Activities

Greeting
Good afternoon class! How is your day so far?

That’s good to hear! So can I expect a full blast of energy and active participation from you?
Good afternoon, Ma’am. We are fine.

Yes Ma’am.
Prayer Before we begin the lesson this afternoon, let us ask the guidance of almighty God and let us enlighten our mind to completely understand the lesson this morning. Would you please lead the prayer?(Student will lead the prayer)
Classroom Management I would like to request everyone to arrange your chairs properly and make sure there are no trashes around you.(Students will arrange their chairs and will pick up the trashes.)
Checking of attendance I think everyone is present. I’m so glad that everyone understands the reasons of coming to school regularly.
B. MotivationI will divide this class into two groups.

Group A and Group B.

Each group will be given jumbled letter. As I say go, everyone should participate to arrange and figure out the word. The word should be posted on the board. The group, who will win, will get the prize.

What is the word that you got?

Very good. Thank you!
(The whole class will participate to find out the words.)

It is Adjectives.
C. RecallLet’s have a short review on the past lesson that we have for Adjectives.

Define Adjectives.

Your answer is correct. Thank you.
Adjectives are words that describe a noun.

No.
D. Lesson Proper

Activity
We will play charades. Do you know what it is?

Each should choose their representative. The chosen representative will act something she /he had picked in the container.

The first group who will get the 3 words correctly in a short period of time will get the prize.

Have I made myself clear?

How did you find the activity?

(Teacher will ask the group who lose and won.)

What can you say about the words that you have guessed?
No.

Yes, ma’am.

Set of words to be act out.

Fat
Heavy
Hot
Funny
Cold
Angry

Students will tell their experiences when playing the game.
Those are adjectives.
AnalysisOur topic for this afternoon is about Adjectives Degrees of Comparison

Let’s have the words that you guessed earlier.

Please read the first sentence.

The word heavy in this sentence is in positive degree.

But what happens when you compare the heavy box into another thing?

(Students will read the sentence)

When you compare heavier box to another thing, you need to use comparative degree. This means that the word will change.

What should we do if compare the box in more than one thing. Let say we will compare the box in three other things.

(Students will read the sentence)

We would then use superlative degree in comparing the box in two or more things.

Would you please tell me how many syllables does the word heavy has?

What can you say about the changing from positive degree to comparative degree with one syllable?

How about the word cold?

What can you say about the changing from positive degree to comparative degree with two syllables?

Let say angry.

Two syllables adjectives form the comparative degree by changing to word with –er in the ending of the word or adding more before the word.

More angry or angrier

How about changing from comparative degree to superlative degree?

Three syllables adjectives form the comparative degree by changing to word with –est in the ending of the word or adding “most” before the word.

Let’s have the word intelligence.

We therefore need to say more intelligent or most intelligent.
The box is heavy.

The box is heavier than the bag.

The box is the heaviest among other things in the room.

Only one.

One syllable adjectives form the comparative degree by changing to word with –er in the ending of the word.

It will become colder.

It will become angrier.

We will add –est to the word to form superlative degree.
AbstractionShow Venn Diagram

Positive degree.

When we speak about only one person or thing, We use the positive degree.

Comparative degree. When we compare two persons or two things with each other. There are 2 ways that you can change “large” to the comparative degree:

Add “er” to the end of the word

Add “more” to the front of the word

Superlative Degree When we compare more than two persons or things with one another There are 2 ways that you can change “large” to the superlative degree: •Add “est” to the end of the word

Add “most” to the front of the word
ApplicationPick the adjectives in each sentence and identify the degree of comparison each adjective belongs.

I guess I’d rather buy this pair of shoes; It’s cheaper than the other.

Baguio City is the coldest city in the country.

My mother prepares the most delicious afritada in town.

The lion is a wild animal.

Owl is more active at night.
Answers.

cheaper – comparative degree
coldest – superlative degree
most delicious – – superlative degree
wild – positive degree
more active – comparative degree
E. GeneralizationWhat have you learned today?

What are the degrees of comparison?
We learned about the Degrees of Comparison

The positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree.

IV. Evaluation

Complete the sentences below with the correct degrees of comparison of adjectives.

(wise) 1. King Solomon is the ____king of all.
(delicious)2. Chocolate is______.
(strange) 3. Alicia can make _____voice than Emy.
(High) 4. Mt. Everest is the ______mountain in the world.
(tall) 5. Ken is the _____among the players.

V. Assignment

Write down five sentences for each degrees of comparison.

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