Explain to students the importance of listening to different viewpoints that it can help enhance their personal abilities to know how others feel regarding a topic. 4. Provide them the steps in listening and have them pay attention to a listening text you are going to read. IV. EVALUATION Answer questions in after you listen p. 250 (Answers may vary) V. ASSIGNMENT To prepare students for the next lesson instruct them to read the selection “Breakthrough in Science on page 257 of the textbook for next meetings’ topic. LESSON PLAN I. Objectives The following expected from the students after the lesson: 1.
Comprehend and answer questions asked from a pie graph. 2. Relate information shown by a pie graph 3. Construct a pie graph of their own. II. SUBJECT MATTER -Pie graph Reference: English Expressway 2 Textbook on p. 134-135 Method: Brief lecture, question and answer III. PROCEDURE ?Have the students pass their related assignments on a pie graph •MOTIVATION Elaborate as a class on the Classic Chinese saying “ A picture is worth a thousand words” •LESSON PROPER 1. Start by asking students what they know about graphs, its meaning and its kinds then out of the thing they said, formulate a definition for graph. 2.
Present them a sample pie graph and explain the breakdown of iemts in it. 3. Ask question from the graph and elicit class participation through recitation. 4. Draw pie graphs randomly from students assignments and ask the student concerned some questions regarding his/her work. IV. ASSESSMENT Group work ?Create a pie graph of a budget proposal incorporating the six items listed on activity 2 on p. 135 of the textbook. V. ASSIGNMENT ?Remind the group to select a leader to discuss their own work the following day and all the members of the group to be prepared for a question and answer from their classmates regarding their work.
LESSON PLAN I. Objectives At the end of the lesson, the students shall be able to: 1. Differentiate a friendly letter from a business letter. 2. Know the different kinds of letters. 3. Identify the parts of a friendly letter. 4. Punctuate a friendly letter properly. 5. Write a friendly/business letter correctly. II. SUBJECT MATTER Writing letters (parts/kinds) Reference: better English foe Philippine High Schools Third Edition (p. 124-128) by Josephine Serrano Method: lecture, discussion, question and answer III. PROCEDURE •MOTIVATION
Facilitate a discussion on how texting is affecting our communication on writing letters. •LESSON PROPER 1. Lecture on letters, its kinds, meanings and parts 2. Point out by reading the things to remember in letter writing and the use of proper punctuations. 3. Present examples of a properly constructed friendly and business letter. IV. ASSESSMENT Let students construct a friendly letter of their own choice in a one-whole sheet of paper. V. ASSIGNMENT Write a business letter on a short bond paper to be passed the following meeting.