A Demonstration Lesson Plan in English
Target Learner: First Year
At the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
A. Focus Skill
1. Write a short and meaningful journal entry on a chosen topic.
B. Support Skills
1. Reflect their earlier assumptions about essays through thought-provoking questions.
2. Use modals in their compositions.
3. Reinforce what they have learned through meaningful and challenging activities.
II. Subject Matter
Macro Skill: Writing
Reference: 2010 Secondary Education Curriculum
1. Motivation: What’s on your mind?
(picture of a brain)
I’m thinking of…
The learners are suggested to use the statement as a guide to begin their ideas.
2. The More The Merrier
a. Let the students identify a dialog journal by examining a sample
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It’s just a matter of skill and hard work.
1. What do you observe in the conversation?
2. How does it look like?
3. What are they talking about?
c. Have the learners work in their groups to write dialog journals where they carry on written conversations about a common interest or a mutual problem they are trying to solve.
d. Topics that can be talked about are presented:
1. How is your status in fourth grading?
2. Do you like sports? Why or why not?
3. Which do you prefer, Mathematics or English?
4. Who is closer to your heart, your mother or father?
e. The learners will post and read their dialog journals to the rest of the class.
B. Writing Proper: Hi Prompts!
1. Present the writing prompts and tell learners, they have 15-20 minutes to write.
2. The learners should work together with their group mates.
3. Remind the students to use modals in their composition.
4. Each group is given a chance to present their finished work to the class.
5. Remind the student of the parts and format of an essay.
1. What makes me laugh, and why
2. My best memory ever
3. What really makes me frustrated or mad, and why
4. What I aspire to become in the future
C. Post-Writing: Performance Level
1. A rubric is presented to the class in order for the student to rate the other groups according to their presentation.
Needs Improvement(1 pen) | Below Average(2 pens) | Average(3 pens) | Satisfactory(4 pens) | Outstanding(5 pens) |
Criteria | Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5 |
Mechanics(Did you follow the correct format of an essay? | | | | | |
Clarity(Is your journal understandable?) | | | | | |
Unity and Coherence(Are the ideas organized?) | | | | | |
2. The essential question will be recalled.
How can journal entries be meaningful?
In a one whole piece of paper, tell about your weird experiences.
Prepared by: Ruth Jinky T. Suan
Cooperating Teacher: Mrs. Yolanda E. Cipre