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The National Center for Teacher Education
Faculty of Arts and Languages
A DETAILED LESSON PLA...
DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH FOR GRADE 8
I. OBJECTIVES
Terminal Performance Objective
EN8LC-IVa-2.5: Predict what is to...
III. PRESENTATION/PROCEDURE
A. Routine Activity
Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity Duration
Greeting
“Good morning clas...
throughout. Before we start,
ourlesson, I will show you some
pictures. Class, can you tell me
what’s in the picture?”
“Gre...
B. Developmental Activity Choice Approach (Sectional Approach)
Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity Duration
“Very good! ...
divided into five groups. This row
will be group one, the next row
will be group two, at the middle
will be group three, a...
mouse fell from the hawk's grip
right into the hands of the Guru.
When the Guru noticed that the
hawk was flying above, he...
“Good! Let’s see if which group
will have the right guess.”
He said to his wife, "My dear,
please accept her as our blessi...
child and deserved a special
husband.
The next morning, using his
powers, the Guru summoned the
Sun God to him, and said,
...
“So in this part, the girl rejected
the sun because he is hot and
short-tempered! Group four is
correct! Very good! Let us...
“Good! Let’s find out if that will
happen in this part.”
The teacher continues to read.
But the daughter said, "Father,
th...
summoned the Lord of Winds,
and said, "Please accept my
daughter's hand. I wish you to
marry her, if she chooses so."
“So ...
The teacher continues to read.
The Guru wondered, "Who might
be better than even the Lord of
Winds?"
The Lord of Winds adv...
next.”
But the daughter said, "Father,
the Lord of Mountains is too hard
and rigid. He is immovable. I do
not wish to marr...
marry her, if she chooses so."
“This time, the guru summoned
the King of Mice. Do you think this
time, the girl will accep...
“Yes. In the end, the guru
transformed the girl into a mouse
so that she can serve her
husband well as a mouse. Group
two ...
But what’s important is that you
think carefully in predicting
outcomes. Like for example in the
first part of the story, ...
“Thank you for your answer! I am
sure now that the class fully
understood our lesson for today.”
Let us go back to the sto...
“Okay that’s good! You’ll choose
the mountains so that he can
protect you. Other answers?”
“That’s great! Thank you for yo...
on your poster and a minute to
present it briefly in class. Choose
one representative each group.
Your time starts now.”
“...
blinking on and off quickly.
b. Marie is getting herself some
soda. She begins to pour
the soda and her hand slips.
Her so...
Don’t forget your assignments for
tomorrow.” “Goodbye and thank you
Ma’am!”
IV. ASSIGNMENT
a. Listen to a song entitled A ...
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  1. 1. Philippine Normal University The National Center for Teacher Education Faculty of Arts and Languages A DETAILED LESSON PLAN in TEACHING LISTENING AND SPEAKING Predicting Outcomes Grade 8 In partial fulfillment of the requirements in S-Eng 18 – Teaching Listening and Speaking Submitted by: CRUZ, Jasmin E. UG201300724 III-3 BSE English Submitted to: Prof. Ali G. Anudin October 2015
  2. 2. DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH FOR GRADE 8 I. OBJECTIVES Terminal Performance Objective EN8LC-IVa-2.5: Predict what is to follow after a segment of the text listened to Enabling Objectives By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: a. define predicting outcomes b. predict outcomes through listening to the text The Wedding of the Mouse: A Tale from Panchatantra c. discuss the importance of identifying one’s true self through a poster UNESCO Core Values Integrity – Integrity covers honesty and loyalty to personal and professional life. It involves honesty to one’s self and to all the people around him. II. SUBJECT MATTER A. Lesson: Pakistan and Bangladesh: Learning from Beliefs B. Topic: Predicting Outcomes C. Unit: Southeast Asia: A Tapestry of Nations Learner’s Material/Devices  Copy of the text entitled The Wedding of the Mouse: A Tale from Panchatantra  Visual aids Reference  Ribo, L. M., Galvez, N. M., & Malicsi, M. A. (2013). Language in Literature. Quezon City: Vibal Publishing House Inc.  The Wedding of the Mouse (n.d.) Retrieved October 5, 2015 from http://www.talesofpanchatantra.com/shortstories_wedding_of_mouse.php
  3. 3. III. PRESENTATION/PROCEDURE A. Routine Activity Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity Duration Greeting “Good morning class!” Prayer “Please stand and let’s pray first.” Routine “You may all sit down. Secretary, is someone absent for today?” “So how’s your day so far?” Motivation “Okay! That is good to hear. I hope our day will be good all “Good morning ma’am!” “Lord, thank you for all the blessings you have given to us. Thank you we made all here at school safe. Continue to guide us oh Lord and give us the knowledge, wisdom, and attitude so that we may grasp all the lessons that we need to learn this day. All of these prayers we pray, in Jesus name, Amen.” “None Ma’am.” “Ma’am! Somehow it’s good for us!” 2 minutes 2 minutes 1 minute 5 minutes
  4. 4. throughout. Before we start, ourlesson, I will show you some pictures. Class, can you tell me what’s in the picture?” “Great! What else? Other guesses?” “Yes. Very good! So since you said that she fell asleep because she’s tired, or she intentionally took a nap, what do you think will happen next?” “Very good! That can be a possible outcome! Other ideas?” “Yes that’s right! That might “Ma’am I think she slept while she’s doing her home works because she’s too tired.” “Or Ma’am! Maybe she’s sick so she took a nap while doing her projects. “I think Ma’am she will be late to school and she will be scolded.” “Ma’am, prior to the answer a while ago, maybe she wouldn’t be able to pass her assignment because she will not be able to finish it.”
  5. 5. B. Developmental Activity Choice Approach (Sectional Approach) Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity Duration “Very good! So now, you will listen to a tale from Panchatantra entitled The Wedding of the Mouse. Panchatantra is an ancient Indian collection of interrelated animal fables in verse and prose, arranged within a frame story. But first, you will be 25 minutes happen. Thank you for your answers! I have here another picture. What do you think is happening in the picture?” “Okay, good! Yes there is a boy in front of him and he’s eating and texting while driving. So what do you think will happen next?” “Ma’am! A man was driving while having a talk over the phone, and there is a bike in front of him.” “Maybe ma’am he’ll encounter an accident because he’s not focused on his driving, also there is a bike in front of him”
  6. 6. divided into five groups. This row will be group one, the next row will be group two, at the middle will be group three, and then at the back will be groups four and five. I will be reading the first part of the story, and then each group must predict what will happen next based on the question that will be given. Are my instructions clear?” “Are you ready to listen class?” “So I’ll read the first part of the story, listen carefully.” There was a beautiful hermitage on the bank of river Ganges, where a group of hermits lived in peace. The hermits were disciples of a Guru, Yadnyavalkya, who was always absorbed in meditation, and followed rigorous self- discipline. One day, while he was bathing in the river, a hawk flew over with a mouse in its claws. Suddenly, the “Yes Ma’am!” “Yes Ma’am!”
  7. 7. mouse fell from the hawk's grip right into the hands of the Guru. When the Guru noticed that the hawk was flying above, he knew he cannot leave the mouse alone, or he is to be caught again. He put the mouse on a leaf of a nearby Banyan tree, and took a second bath to purify himself. He used his powers to transform the female mouse into a little girl, and took her to the hermitage. “Based on the story, what do you think might happen next? Will the guru take care of the mouse that he turned into a girl or will he let go of the girl and let her live happily?” “Yes very good! Other guesses? What about group five?” “Ma’am! Group one thinks that the guru will take care of the mouse turned-into-girl because he showed care for the mouse when the hawk flew over the mouse, so he cares for the mouse.” “Ma’am, our group thinks that the guru will let go of the mouse-turned-girl so that the
  8. 8. “Good! Let’s see if which group will have the right guess.” He said to his wife, "My dear, please accept her as our blessing, as we do not have a child of our own." “Alright! So the guru took care of the girl and he even introduced the girl to his wife and let her be their daughter. Group one is correct with their answers! Let’s listen to the next part of the story” The teacher continues to read. Thus, the girl started growing in the hermitage, under the care and supervision of the Guru himself. She learnt many sciences, and ways of life. One day, the Guru's wife brought into his notice that their girl had reached marriageable age. They decided to give it a serious thought, as she was a special girl can live happily on her own.”
  9. 9. child and deserved a special husband. The next morning, using his powers, the Guru summoned the Sun God to him, and said, "Please accept my daughter's hand. I wish you to marry her, if she chooses so." “What do you think might happen next? Will the girl accept the Sun God? Group four, what’s your guess?” “That’s good! So let’s see if the girl will accept the Sun God or not.” The teacher continues to read. But the daughter said, "Father, the Sun God lights up the entire world, but he is unbearably hot and fiery-tempered. I do not wish to marry him. Please seek a better husband for me." “Ma’am we think that the girl will not accept the Sun God because the sun might be too hot for her.”
  10. 10. “So in this part, the girl rejected the sun because he is hot and short-tempered! Group four is correct! Very good! Let us go back to the story.” The teacher continues to read. The Guru wondered, "Who might be better than even the Sun God?" The Sun God advised, "Guruji, you can seek the alliance of the King of Clouds. He is superior to me, for he can cover me and my light." So the Guru, using his powers, summoned the King of Clouds, and said, "Please accept my daughter's hand. I wish you to marry her, if she chooses so." “What do you think might happen next? Will the girl accept the King of Clouds as her husband? Let’s hear it from group three.” “Ma’am, group three thinks that the girl will accept the clouds as her husband because the clouds are soft,
  11. 11. “Good! Let’s find out if that will happen in this part.” The teacher continues to read. But the daughter said, "Father, the King of Clouds is dark, wet and too cold. I do not wish to marry him. Please seek a better husband for me." “So the girl rejected the King of Clouds because he is dark, wet, and too cold. So group four’s answer didn’t match with the next event. That’s okay group four.” The teacher continues to read. The Guru wondered, "Who might be better than even the King of Clouds?" The King of Clouds advised, "Guruji, you can seek the alliance of the Lord of Winds. He is superior to me, for he can blow me away." So the Guru, using his powers, lofty, and smooth.”
  12. 12. summoned the Lord of Winds, and said, "Please accept my daughter's hand. I wish you to marry her, if she chooses so." “So what do you think might happen next? Do you think this time the girl will accept the Lord of the Winds as her husband?” “That’s a great guess from group three! Okay let’s see if their guess is correct.” But the daughter said, "Father, the Lord of Winds is too fast and restless. He keeps changing his direction. I do not wish to marry him. Please seek a better husband for me." “So again, the girl rejected the Lord of the Winds because he’s too fast and he always changes direction. Group three is correct with their answer! Very good group three! Let us go back to the story.” “Group three thinks that the girl will reject the Lord of Winds because the Lord of Winds might blow her away when there are strong winds.”
  13. 13. The teacher continues to read. The Guru wondered, "Who might be better than even the Lord of Winds?" The Lord of Winds advised, "Guruji, you can seek the alliance of the Lord of Mountains. He is superior to me, for he can stop me from blowing." So the Guru, using his powers, summoned the Lord of Mountains, and said, "Please accept my daughter's hand. I wish you to marry her, if she chooses so." “What do you think might happen next? Do you think, this time the girl will accept the Lord of the Mountains?” “Great guess group three! Let’s see if their guess will happen “Group one thinks that the Lord of mountains will be accepted by the girl because the Lord of Mountains is strong and cannot be blown by the Lord of Winds. He’s much better than the Lord of Winds.”
  14. 14. next.” But the daughter said, "Father, the Lord of Mountains is too hard and rigid. He is immovable. I do not wish to marry him. Please seek a better husband for me." “So again, the girl rejected the Lord of Mountains. Group three’s answer did not match with the event happened in the story. That’s okay. There are other questions left. Let’s go back in the story.” The teacher continues to read. The Guru wondered, "Who might be better than even the Lord of Mountains?" The King of Mountains advised, "Guruji, you can seek the alliance of the King of Mice. He is superior to me, for he can make holes all over me." So the Guru, using his powers, summoned the King of Mice, and said, "Please accept my daughter's hand. I wish you to
  15. 15. marry her, if she chooses so." “This time, the guru summoned the King of Mice. Do you think this time, the girl will accept the King of Mice?” “Great! So let’s find out if the girl will accept the King of Mice.” When the daughter met the King of Mice, she was delighted and shyly agreed to the marriage. “Yes! Group five is correct! Finally, the girl accepted the King of Mice as his husband. Very good! Now let’s listen to the last part of the story.” The teacher continues to read. The Guru transformed her daughter to a beautiful female mouse, for her to perform all household duties of her clan. Thus, the Guru's daughter was married. “For group five, I think she will now accept the King of Mice because maybe the King of Mice can relate with her because she was once a mouse before.”
  16. 16. “Yes. In the end, the guru transformed the girl into a mouse so that she can serve her husband well as a mouse. Group two is correct! Let’s give a round of applause for all the groups who have participated in this listening activity. So how did you come up with your guesses earlier?” “That’s right! So what you did earlier is called predicting outcomes. Predicting outcomes is guessing what will happen next after a certain event has occurred. As you did earlier, you searched for clues in the story that might lead in the next event. Also, you use your background knowledge or information that you already know. Do you understand class?” “Sometimes, it can happen that you might have different guesses or predictions because clues can be interpreted in different ways. “We arrived on our answers based on what happened before. It’s like we looked for clues so that we can guess what will happen next.” “Yes Ma’am!”
  17. 17. But what’s important is that you think carefully in predicting outcomes. Like for example in the first part of the story, some predicted that the guru will take care of the girl and some groups predicted that the guru will let go of the mouse and let her live happily. That is because you have interpreted the clues in the story in different ways. Do you understand class?” “Yes Ma’am” C. Closing Activity Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity Duration Summary/Generalization “So in the story, as you listen, you are able to predict outcomes. Why do you think predicting outcomes is important?” “Very good! It will help you in arriving at right decisions. So may someone summarize our discussion for today?” “I think predicting outcomes is important because by predictions, you can prepare on the event that will happen next and it will also give you clues in making good decisions.” “Yes ma’am! Today, we talked about predicting outcomes. It is guessing what will happen after a certain event has 10 minutes
  18. 18. “Thank you for your answer! I am sure now that the class fully understood our lesson for today.” Let us go back to the story. What have you realized after listening to the tale?” “Yes. Whatever happens, one’s true self will always remain. Why do you think the girl chose the King of Mice?” “Yes, correct, because you will only like someone of your same kind and identity. If you were the girl, whom among the Kings/Lords will you choose to be your husband? Why?” occurred. In predicting, you need to search for clues, consider your background knowledge so that you can have right predictions.” “For me Ma’am, I realized that that we should know ourselves more because no matter what happens; our true self will never change deeply. “Ma’am I think because the girl sees herself to the King of Mice since she was once a mouse before.” “Ma’am maybe I will choose the Lord of Mountains because he is strong and hard, he can protect me
  19. 19. “Okay that’s good! You’ll choose the mountains so that he can protect you. Other answers?” “That’s great! Thank you for your answers. So you see, if you really know yourself, no matter what happens, you will still be the same and of course, you can make good decisions for yourself once you really know who you are because in the end, your true self will prevail. Application So for now, you will work in five groups, same groups in the listening activity earlier, groups one, two, three, four, and five. Then, you need to show the importance of knowing your true self and you will show it through a poster. Each group will be given a marker and cartolina. You may also use your art materials. You will be given five minutes to work against heavy rains, too much heat, and strong winds.” “Ma’am! I’ll choose the Lord of Winds because he can bring me to places I want to go because he changes direction anytime he wants.” 10 minutes
  20. 20. on your poster and a minute to present it briefly in class. Choose one representative each group. Your time starts now.” “Time is up! It’s time to settle down and present your poster. Group five will be the first to present followed by groups four, three, two, and one.” Evaluation “Let’s give a round of applause for your classmates who worked on these creative posters! Now, you will have a quiz. Explain how you can predict outcomes in two to three sentences. Then, you need to predict what will happen next in the following situations. a. The storm began suddenly. The lightening lit up the sky and the thunder roared loudly. The electricity was The students will work with their groups. Group one will first present their poster, followed by groups two, three, four, and five. 5 minutes
  21. 21. blinking on and off quickly. b. Marie is getting herself some soda. She begins to pour the soda and her hand slips. Her soda is all over the floor. Marie knows her mom will not be happy if she sees the mess. What do you think Marie will do next? “Write your answers in a half sheet of paper, crosswise. You only have three minutes to finish your quiz.” “Time’s up! So now pass your papers.” “Class, do you have any questions regarding our lesson?” For your assignment, read Listen to a song entitled A Mass for the end of Time by Franco and find out the message of the song. Is it clear? “Good! So it’s already time. Good bye class. See you tomorrow. Students will answer their quiz. Students will pass their papers. “None Ma’am!” Yes ma’am.
  22. 22. Don’t forget your assignments for tomorrow.” “Goodbye and thank you Ma’am!” IV. ASSIGNMENT a. Listen to a song entitled A Mass for the end of Time by Franco b. Tell what the message of the song is. c. After listening, predict what will happen next in the song.
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