Detailed Lesson Plan in English Essay
Prepared By: Yvonne T. Bautista
At the end of a 30-minute period, the Grade II pupils will be able to:
1. Identify the use of the Three Degree of Comparison of Adjectives.
2. Describe persons, animals, places or things using The Three Degree of Comparison.
3. Appreciate the differences of every individual or thing in their daily lives.
II. Subject Matter
Three Degree of Comparison of Adjectives
Reference/s: Teacher Angelyn ( November 29, 2008) . Three Degree of Comparison of Adjectives. Retrieved February 12,2014, http://tx.english-ch.com/teacher/angelyn/level-a/three-degree-of-comparison-of-adjectives/ PELC Speaking 12, 12.2, Reading 4
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“Now that I have told you this, do you kids have a clue what our lesson for today is?”
“Very good! Our lesson for today is about the Three Degree of Comparison of Adjectives!”
“So do you know what comparison is?”
“Let’s read aloud the definition of comparison of adjectives. Altogether now.”
“So is it clear now what comparison of adjective is?”
“There are three degrees of adjectives namely: positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree”
(The teacher explains each degrees and give examples)
“So now, do you understand the three degrees of comparison in adjectives? Any question?”
“Let’s see if you really do understand. Let us have some volunteers who will go to the board and supply and fill the blanks in the table.”
“Let us read aloud what your classmates have written on the board and let us see if they answered it correctly.”
“So now, is everything clear? Any more questions? Clarifications?”
“So in general, there are three degrees of comparison of adjectives, these are: positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree. Each degree has their specific rule and use”
“If you don’t have any questions we will have a group activity.”
“Group yourselves into five (5), and choose the one next or closer to your seat.”