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Showing posts with label Lesson Plans. Show all posts
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Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Lesson Plan on Writing Dialogues (Literature)


                       

SUBJECT:            Literature 2
LEVEL:                 Sec. 2
DURATION:       2 periods
TIME FRAME:   Week 3, Term 3
Text:      
Skill:       Writing Dialogues
Topic:    Drama
Resources:
Worksheets
Hand-outs
PowerPoint Presentation
Video
Pre- requisite:
  

Lesson Objectives:
        By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
1.     identify rules in writing dialogues.
2.     write dialogues.
3.     use correct punctuations in writing dialogues.
      

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES

PHASE

CONTENT
TEACHING STRATEGY
PURPOSE
Introduction







Video

-Show a video of a sample dialogue.

-make instructional decisions about student’s strengths and needs.
-activate schema and determine flexible grouping patterns.
-determine which students are ready for advance instruction.
Body













Writing Dialogues in Drama

Think-Pair-Share
-Teacher asked the importance of dialogues in drama.
-Students write the importance of dialogues on a paper.
-Students find a partner and then they share their answers.
-Some students share their answers in front of the class.
Use the PowerPoint presentation to discuss the importance and functions of dialogues in a drama.
Let the students analyze the sample dialogues from the play Romeo and Juliet.

Identify the functions and importance of writing dialogues and how to write them.




Conclusion









Exit Slip





Students write the importance of dialogues and their functions in drama.

Homework: Students write a sample dialogue based from the functions given.



Students apply and recall what they have learned.





Monday, July 16, 2018

Lesson Plan on Layers of Meaning/ Implicit and Explicit Meaning


NAME:                
SUBJECT:            EL 2
LEVEL:                 Sec. 2
DURATION:       6 periods
TIME FRAME:   Week 3, Term 3
Text:      
Skill:       Comprehension
Topic:    Layers of Meaning/ Implicit and Explicit Meaning
Resources:
Worksheets
Hand-outs
PowerPoint Presentation

Pre- requisite:
  

Lesson Objectives:
        By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
1.     identify the layers of meaning in a text.
2.     recognize, understand and explain the meaning of a range of vocabulary.
3.     demonstrate an awareness that words have layers of meaning.
4.     articulate an understanding of how language choices can purposefully impact interpretation of a text.
      

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES

PHASE

CONTENT
TEACHING STRATEGY
PURPOSE
Introduction







Iceberg Analogy

-Show the slide about the iceberg analogy.

-Let the students differentiate implicit and explicit meaning.

-make instructional decisions about student’s strengths and needs.
-activate schema and determine flexible grouping patterns.
-determine which students are ready for advance instruction.
Body













Layers of Meaning

(The Onion Model)
PowerPoint Presentation

(Periods 1-2)

Think-Pair-Share
-Teacher used the slide to show the Onion Model for shades of meaning.
-Show how synonyms help in revealing the shades of meaning.
-Let the students rank the words in order then insert one word.
-Let the students do it again using different set of words which are synonymous.
-Let the students analyse the subtle differences between each word.
-Use the practice activity in the slides for mastery.
CONTEXTUAL ASSOCIATION
-Discuss how contextual association provide deeper meaning (Use PowerPoint slides).


Use the onion model for an in depth understanding of a text













Periods 3-4

















Periods 5-6
Think-Pair-Share
-Review of the shades of meaning and contextual association.

Sensory Association
-Use PowerPoint slides for discussion and activities

Emotional Association
-Use PowerPoint slides for discussion, examples and activities

-Summarise by putting everything in Onion Model

-Use the activity for practice exercise.


Answering Worksheet

Using Sensory Association

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