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Lesson plan on degrees of comparison

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Lesson plan on degrees of comparison

  1. 1. CENTRAL BICOL STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE San Jose, Pili, Camarines Sur COLLEGE OF DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION Laboratory High School Detailed Lesson Plan in English 7 (Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives) October 22, 2014, 3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the 30 minutes lesson, 75% of the students must be able to: 1. Determine the rules on the degrees of comparison of modifiers according to syllables. 2. Identify the degrees of comparison used in the sentences. 3. Complete the sentence with the appropriate degrees of comparison of the adjectives. II. SUBJECT MATTER A. Topic: Degrees of Comparison B. References: i. English for All Times Language Textbook ii. http://www.english-for-students.com/Degrees-of-Comparison.html iii. http://www.learnenglish.be/gr2_degrees_study.htm C. Materials: netbook, speakers, white screen, board, chalk, picture D. Concepts: The three degrees of comparison of modifiers are positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree. E. Skills: critical thinking, analyzing F. Values Integration: cooperation, self-esteem, optimism, appreciation G. Time Frame: 30 minutes H. Methodology: Inductive Method and 4A’s III. PROCEDURE Time Frame Teaching Hints Teacher’s Activity Students’ Activity IM’s (In minutes) 3 A. Preliminary Activities 1. Greetings 2. Prayers 3. Classroom Management 4. Checking of Attendance 5. Checking of Assignments B. Motivation Good afternoon class! How’s your day so far? Does it mean that I can expect all of your active participation? Is that an agreement? Thank you! Before we begin the lesson this morning, 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? Class, kindly arrange your seats properly. I can see pieces of paper and plastic. How about you? Did you see it also? I think you are too few. Where are the others? Oh but tell them to come to class regularly. Class monitor kindly check the attendance. Thank you! Did I give you any assignment? Class, I will play a video clip and pay Good morning Sir! Fine! Yes Sir! Of course! In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen (The student recites a prayer.) (The students will arrange their seats. It is a communication competence-sociolinguistic. The student should pick up the pieces of papers under the chair.) They are absent. None
  2. 2. 5 C. Recall D. Presentation of the Lesson E. Presentation of Objectives attention to it while it is being played. (after 4 minutes) What was the video clip about? Very good! It titled Paint the Way which is all about adjectives. It was a song by grammaropolis.com Let us have a short recapitulation before we go to the highlights of our lesson. Would you please define adjectives? This afternoon, we will be dealing with the degrees of comparison of adjectives. These are our objectives for today’s discussion. 1. Determine the rules on the degrees of comparison of modifiers according to syllables. 2. Identify the degrees of comparison used in the sentences. 3. Complete the sentence with the appropriate degrees of comparison adjectives. Can we agree on these objectives? The video clip was about a song which lyrics are adjectives. Adjectives describe nouns or pronouns. They are called modifiers Yes Sir! 5 G. Lesson Proper 1. Activity We will play charades. Do you know what it is? Just listen to me. It is a game wherein an individual will act out something that he had picked in the container. The first one who got the word correctly will get a special prize. I’ll be picking up names here in the list then he or she will be the one who will act out the scenario he or she picked. Don’t worry these words are simple and easy. Have I made myself clear? How did you find the activity? (The teacher will announce who will get the special prize.) No. Yes sir! Set of words to be act out:  Fat  Funny  Hot  Heavy  Clever  Beautiful  Poor  Expensive It was fun. 5 2. Analysis Again, what is topic this afternoon? Let’s have the adjective large. This sentence shows the use of large in the positive degree. Would you please read the sentence? But what happens when you want to compare the large hippopotamus to something else? When you compare the large hippopotamus to another thing, you have to use the comparative degree. This means that the word has to change. But what should we do if we want to compare our large hippopotamus with Degrees of Comparison This hippopotamus is large. The hippopotamus is larger than the pig.
  3. 3. more than just one other thing? What should we do if we want to compare our large hippopotamus to…let’s say….three other things? We would then use the adjective in the superlative degree, and that means that our word would have to change again. Would you please state how many syllables does the word “large” has? What can you say about the changing from positive degree to comparative degree with one syllable? How about the word “funny”? Therefore, if we turn funny in comparative degree, what now will be the result of that changing? How about “clever”? What can you say about the changing from positive degree to comparative degree with two syllables? How about changing from comparative degree to superlative degree? Therefore “intelligent” will become more intelligent in comparative degree and most intelligent in superlative degree. That’s why largest was formed. How about for the word funny? Clever? The hippopotamus is the largest one in the bunch. Only one. One syllable adjectives form the comparative degree by changing to word with –er in the ending of the word. The word funny will turn to funnier or more funny. It can be cleverer and more clever. 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. 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. Funny becomes funniest or most funny. Clever becomes cleverer or most clever. 5 3. Abstraction 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
  4. 4. 5 4. Application Identify the degrees of comparisons used in the sentences. Just say positive degree, comparative degree or superlative degree if the sentences fall under one of the three. 1. I guess I’d rather buy this pair of shoes; It’s cheaper than the other. 2. Baguio City is the coldest city in the country. 3. My mother prepares the most delicious afritada in town. 4. The lion is a wild animal. 5. Owl is more active at night. Complete the table below. 1. Comparative degree 2. Superlative degree 3. Superlative degree 4. Positive degree 5. Comparative degree E. Generalization Have you learned something? Like what? Very good! Now, get ¼ sheet of paper and answer this. Sir, we gained lot of new things from today’s lesson. The three degrees of comparison of modifiers are positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree. IV. EVALUATION (5 minutes) Complete the sentence with the appropriate degrees of comparison of the adjectives. (powerful) 1. This rocket is __________ than that one. (colorful) 2. The __________ room in the house is my sister’s bedroom. (strange) 3. Alicia can make __________ voices. (tasty) 4. The ________ treat Grandma makes is fruit salad. (high) 5. Mount Everest is the __________ mountain in the world. V. ASSIGNMENT 1. Write down five sentences for each degrees of comparison. 2. Complete the table. Positive Comparative Superlative worse good well little most Prepared by: DARWIN OLIVER SENTILLAS Demonstration Teacher

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