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Example of English Lesson Plan-Using Nouns: Singular and Plural

English Lesson Plan-Using Nouns: Singular and Plural
  1. Objective/s:
    1. Use nouns: singular, plural
    2. Use the simple present form of the verb with singular and plural nouns / pronouns as a subject
    3. Copy sentences

  2. Subject matter:
    1. Using Nouns: Singular and Plural Using the Simple Present Form of the Verb with the Singular and Plural Nouns/ Pronouns It/ They as Subject
    2. Integration; Character Education: Avoid Talkativeness

  3. Materials/ References:
    1. English Handbook,
    2. Charts, pictures of animals; tape, tape recorder for animal sound (if any)

  4. Procedure:
    1. Lead in-imitating animal sounds-an animal pictures shown to a group Who make it sounds.
    2. Unlocking Difficulties: ( On a chart )
      Use taped or imitated sounds:
                       sheep, goat- bleat       rooster, cock -crow 
                       pig, grunt, squeal       mouse- squek 
                       cow, carabao-mow         bird- tweet, tweeter 
                       cat, purr, meow          duck- quack
                       dog- bark, yelp          hen-cackle
                       horse-neigh              turkey- gobble
                       snake- hiss              lion roar 
                       bee-buzz
           
      Infuse Value:
      Can you avoid being noisy or talkative?
    3. Reading the sentences
                           A                   B
                       A cat meows          Cats meow
                       A dog barks          Dogs bark
                       A snake hisses       Snakes hiss
    4. Elicitation:

      Which sentences tell the about one animal? Which ones tell about more than one animal?
      What are the action words/verbs in column A? In column B?
    5. Generalization:

      An action word/ verb that tells what one person or animals does generally end in -s or -es,

    6. Oral Practice :
      1. Make the names of persons and objects mean more than one:
                         farmer      actresses      janitor 
                         waitress    gardener       lady
                         cross       chair          story
                         table       watch          book
                         pigeon      turkey         octopus
        
      2. Choose the correct form of the verb in these sentences.
        1. A farmer (work, works) with his carabao.
        2. A fisherman (catch, catches) fishes.
        3. Two ladies (go, goes) to a pet shop.
        4. The story (tell, tells) about animals.
        5. Three little pigs (cries, cry) 'wee, wee, wee'.
      3. Use the vocabulary words / sounds of animals to complete these Sentences.
        1. A hen_____
        2. a rooster_____
        3. Puppies _____
        4. A horse____
        5. Bees ______
      4. Use the sentences in activity 7. Make the sentences more than one Ex.
                  It quacks.      They quack. 
                  It hisses.      They hiss.
        		  
      5. Reading: ( Recognizing High Frequency Words)
        Look at the picture. Read the sentences about it.
      6. Writing:
        Let the children copy the sentences about the animals they read.

  5. Evaluation:

    Choose the correct form of the verb
    1. A rat (squeak, squeaks)
    2. Cocks (crow, neighs).
    3. A horse ( neigh, neighs)
    4. Pigs ( grunts, grunt)
    5. A bird (twitter, twitters).

  6. Assignment:

    Draw, or cut-out and paste pictures of 5 living things and 5.