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Lesson Plan for Final Demonstration
I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
a. identify th...
“Where is the group 1? group 2? group 3?
group 4?”
“This game is called Four Pictures,
Guess the Word.”
“You have to guess...
“Verbs are words that show action while tense is
the form of the verb that shows when the action
takes place.”
“We have th...
construct a sentence according to the placard that
I will show you. The first student to raise the
flaglet will answer fir...
IV. Evaluation
DIRECTION: Underline the verb or the verb phrase in the sentence. Write PS if the
sentence is in past tense...
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Grade 10 Lesson Plan: Simple Tenses of the Verb

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This is lesson plan is what I used during my final teaching demonstration.

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Grade 10 Lesson Plan: Simple Tenses of the Verb

  1. 1. Lesson Plan for Final Demonstration I. Objectives At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to: a. identify the simple tenses of the verb. b. differentiate past, present and future tense of the verb. c. construct sentences using the tenses of the verb correctly. II. Subject Matter Topic: Simple Tenses of the Verb References: Skill book in English Grammar and Usage by Eugenio (pages 52-53) ww.grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/tenses.com Materials: laptop, tarpaulin, cartolina, placards III. Learning Activities A. Elicitation Teacher’s Activity Learner’s Activity 1. Prayer “Everyone, please stand.” Mr./Ms._______, Please lead the prayer.” 2. Greetings “Good morning 10-SSC!” “Please take your seat.” 3. Checking of Attendance “Class, please check if there are pieces of paper under your chairs. If there are any, please pick it up and throw it in the trash can later.” “Let me check your attendance. Who is absent in Row 1? Row 2? Row 3? Row 4? Row 5? “Very good, no one is absent.” 4. Review/ Drill/ Motivation “How are you today 10- SSC?” “Good to hear that. Now, we will have a very interesting game.” (The students will stand.) (The students will pray.) “Good morning Ma’am Dhana.” (The students will sit.) (The students will pick up the trash.) “None Ma’am.” “We’re great Ma’am.”
  2. 2. “Where is the group 1? group 2? group 3? group 4?” “This game is called Four Pictures, Guess the Word.” “You have to guess the word by using the pictures that I will show you and the jumbled letters below it.” “The leader of the group will raise the flaglet when he/she already knows the answer.” “The group to win will have a prize.” “Are you ready?” (the teacher shows the pictures) “Did you enjoy the game, 10-SSC?” “Who are the winners?” “Congratulations, you can claim your prize after our class.” “To those who didn’t win, you still have your chance later.” (The students are raising their hands.) “Yes Ma’am.” (The group leaders raise the flaglets and answer.) “Yes Ma’am.” “We are the winners Ma’am.” “Okay, Ma’am.” B. Highlighting of Forms Teacher’s Activity Learner’s Activity “From our game a while ago, can you guess what our lesson is for today?” “Very good, It is connected with past, present and future.” “What do you think is our exact topic?” “Very good, ______” “Our lesson for today is all about the simple tenses of the verb.” “Let us first define verb. What is a verb?” “Very good.” “Past, Present and Future, Ma’am.” “Ma’am, tenses of the verb.” “Verbs are words that show action or state of being.”
  3. 3. “Verbs are words that show action while tense is the form of the verb that shows when the action takes place.” “We have three simple tenses of the verb, the Simple Past Tense, Simple Present Tense and Simple Future Tense." Simple Past Tense Simple past tense is used to talk about a completed action. It is formed by using the past form of the verb. Examples: I talked to my father yesterday. My dog barked a while ago. She ate with me yesterday. Simple Present Tense Simple present tense indicates that an action is present. Generally, it is used to describe actions that are factual or habitual- things that occur in the present but not necessarily happening right now. It is formed by using the present/base form of the verb. Examples: It rains a lot in Portland. I use my bike to get around town. The program starts at 8:00 am. Simple Future Tense The simple future tense indicates that an action is in the future. It is formed by using the helping verb will and the base form of the verb. Examples: I will eat lunch with you later. We will pass the project tomorrow. The bus will arrive later. C. Enhancement Teacher’s Activity Learner’s Activity “Now class, let us have an activity. I need a representative from each group.” “I have here some placards. All you have to do is “Okay, Ma’am.”
  4. 4. construct a sentence according to the placard that I will show you. The first student to raise the flaglet will answer first. The first to answer correctly will get the point. The group to have most number of scores will win. Is that clear?” (The teacher will show the placards.) “Did you enjoy the game?” “Who are the winners this time?” “Congratulations please claim your prize after our class.” “To those who didn’t win, always remember that joining is winning.” “Class please seat properly. Bring out a half sheet of paper because you will have a seatwork.” “Please work silently.” “Are you done?” “Who are still working? Raise your hand.” “You still have 2 minutes to answer.” “Times up. Please pass your papers to the center and then forward.” “I will check your papers first and I will return it to you next meeting.” “Bring out your English notebooks and copy your assignment. You will pass it next meeting” “Do you have any questions regarding our topic?” “That’s all for today, God bless and see you next meeting. Good bye class!” “Yes Ma’am.” (The students participate.) “Yes, Ma’am.” “We are the winners Ma’am.” “Okay, Ma’am.” “Yes Ma’am” (The students answer silently.) “Not yet Ma’am.” (Some of the students will raise their hands.) (The students will pass the paper.) “Okay Ma’am.” (The students will copy their assignment.) “None Ma’am.” “Good bye Ma’am.”
  5. 5. IV. Evaluation DIRECTION: Underline the verb or the verb phrase in the sentence. Write PS if the sentence is in past tense, PR if it is in the present tense and FT if it is in the future tense on the blank before each number. _______ 1. I will serve my famous peanut butter sandwiches. _______ 2. I discovered a new variety show last week. _______ 3. I added slices of banana to the desert. _______ 4. The sandwiches taste delicious. _______ 5. Jessica will pick up the goods tomorrow. _______ 6. I heated the fireplace. _______ 7. She sip the juice. _______ 8. My mother boils water for me every morning. _______ 9. Carolyn cleaned the yard. _______ 10. Donna will ride a horse later. V. Assignment Write a reflection about the statement below. Make sure to use correct verb tenses in constructing your sentences. “My friend is my loving companion” Prepared by: DHANA MARIE DS. ALVAREZ Practice teacher Checked by: JEROME DG. BENDOY Cooperating teacher Noted by: LEONORA RULLAN Head, English Department MAUREEN D. BONDOC Faculty, Wesleyan University- Philippines

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