Lesson Plan in English IV I. Objective: At the end of 50- minute discussion, the Grade IV pupils are expected to do the following with at least 80% accuracy: a. Change a singular noun to plural form; b. Give an example of plural form; and c. Participate actively in class discussion/activities. I. Subject Matter Topic: Changing Noun to Plural Noun Reference: English IV Learner’s Material, Quarter 1 - pp. 7-12 Values Integration: Cooperation Materials: Laptop, incentive charts, pictures, tarpaper, paper strips II. Procedure: Good Morning Class. I am Joey Anne P. Paras. You can call me teacher Joey and I am going to be your English teacher for this morning. Prayer Groupings Introduction of Incentive Chart Setting of Standard A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson Yesterday you have learned about Noun. Can anyone here in the class give an example of a noun? B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson 1. What can you see on the first picture? 2. Do you like apple? 3. How does it taste? 4. What can you see on the second picture? C. Presenting examples/instances of the new lesson Let’s read the story: Ask: 1. What did Kate sell after her classes? 2. What did Kate see one afternoon? 3. What did she do with the box? D. Discussing new concept and practicing new skill #1 In the second paragraph of the story, does it answer the question number one? What does it refer? In the third paragraph of the story, does it answer the question number two? What does it refer? In the third paragraph of the story, does it answer the question number three? What does it refer? E. Discussing new concept and practicing new skill #2 Nouns which are more than one are called plural nouns. Nouns that form their plural by adding –s or –es are called regular nouns. Example: egg – eggs table – tables pen – pens Note: Nouns ending in –ss, -sh, -ch, -x, and –z forms their plural by adding –es. Some nouns ending in –o form their plural by adding –es. However, most nouns that end in –o form their plural by adding –s only. F. Developing Mastery (Leads to Formative Assessments) Direction: Write the words for the following images. G. Finding practical applications of concept and skills in daily living This time I will give you group activity. But before that what are the things that you must remember while doing the activity? Group 1 Directions: Complete the sentence with the correct form of the noun. The pictures will help you. Group 2 Direction: Add an “s” or an “es” to each word. Put your answer on the space provided. Group 3 Directions: Ecircle the correct nouns to match each picture. H. Making Generalization Based on our discussion when do we use plural? Nouns which are more than one are called plural nouns. Nouns that form their plural by adding –s or –es are called regular nouns. I. Evaluating Learning Direction: Observe each picture and answer the following questions on your paper. J. Additional activities for application or remediation Direction: Underline the plural noun on the sentences. Write your on your paper. 1. I want to buy race cakes. 2. The children were each assigned household chores. 3. Put your toys in the box. 4. The fruits of victory 5. Do you prefer molkshakes or milktea? 6. The doctor said I should eat more fruits and vegetables. 7. The shelves in his office filled with books. 8. Insulin pens. 9. She broke the glasses. 10. I have my rights. Prepared by: Paras, Joey Anne P.