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SRF in English
At the end of the lesson the student should be able to…
 Understand about nouns and types of nouns
 Create words and sentences using the types of nouns
 Value the moral lesson in the story
Subject matter
Skill/s: understanding sentences using the types of nouns properly
Topic: Nouns and Types of nouns
Visual aids, flash cards, pictures
Preliminary Activity
Checking of attendance
Review of past lesson
Pre – Reading Activity
a. Unlocking Difficulties
The teacher will show some words that are based from the story and the
teacher will ask the student if they know each meaning
Gloomy Viler Misfortune Contagious Grumpy Chase Poisonous
b. Motivation
The teacher shall show three (3) pictures and the teacher will ask the student to
describe each picture.
Sad old man
Happy old man
c. Motive Question
1. Would you avoid a person if he/she is always grumpy and gloomy? Why?
2. How can a person be happy?
3. Would you chase something in order to be happy? Why?
d. During Reading
(Oral Reading)
An Old Man Living in the Village
An old man lived in the village. The whole village was tired of him; he was always gloomy, he
constantly complained and was always in a bad mood. The longer he lived, the viler he became and more
poisonous were his words. People did their best to avoid him because his misfortune was contagious. He
created the feeling of unhappiness in others.
But one day, when he turned eighty an incredible thing happened. Instantly everyone started
hearing rumor: “The old man is happy today, he doesn’t complain about anything, smiles, and even his
face is freshened up”.
The whole village gathered around the man and asked him, “What happened to you?”
The old man replied, “Nothing special. Eighty years I’ve been chasing happiness and it was useless.
And then I decided to live without happiness and just enjoy life. That’s why I’m happy now”.
e. Post Reading
The teacher will ask again the question from the motive questions if their answer
from the first part is correct.
Comprehension Test
1. Who was the gloomy in the story?
2. What did the villagers ask the old man?
3. Why did the villager avoid the old man?
4. What is the reason why the old man become happy?
g. Discussion
 What is a noun?
 What are the types of nouns?
 Give examples of the types of nouns.
h. Application
The teacher will group the students in to two (2) groups. The student shall create
a scenario that pertains into the scene.
Group 1
A person who is always happy
Group 2
A person who is always grumpy
Individual Activity
Select the answer choice that identifies the noun in the sentence.
1. It will take all of your energy and will to be able to walk again.
a. Take
c. your
b. All
d. energy
2. The works of many great poets have been placed or reserve.
a. Many
c. placed
b. Great
d. reserve
3. The Brooklyn bridge was opened in 1883.
a. Bridge
c. opened
b. Was
d. in
4. Sparta and Athens were enemies during Peloponnesian War.
a. And
c. during
b. Were
d. war
5. Joe, have you meet your new boss?
a. Have
c. your
b. Met
d. boss
Key to correction
1. What is pronouns?
2. What are the types of pronouns?
Prepared by:
Edgar Buban