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Teachers Name: Danielle Joanna C. Asuncion Title: What do you mean?

Grade Level: Grade 5 Time: 30 mins


Lesson: Figures of Speech: Simile, Metaphor, and Personification
Instructional Mode: Presentations, Constructivist

Unit Overview

Main Idea (Claim) Summative Assessment

Figures of speech is a word or a phrase that Make 2 examples for each type of figure of
doesnt use its literal meaning. It is made speech in groups
to illustrate an idea or thought
interestingly.

Guiding Questions Objectives (know/understand/do/value)

1. What is the Figures of The student will . .


Speech? - Know 3 most common figures of
2. What is a Simile?
3. What is a Metaphor? speech
4. What is the difference - Make sense of the overview of
between Simile and a Metaphor? figures of speech
5. How do we differentiate - Be able to differentiate the 3
between a Simile and a Metaphor?
6. What is personification?

Time Instructional Procedures and Strategies

8 Beginning the Lesson


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Objectives
The Plan:
1. Brief Introduction to Figures of Speech
2. Watch videos about Simile, Metaphor and Personification
3. Discussion
4. Q&A
5. Group activity

Brief Introduction
Figures of speech is a word or a phrase that doesnt use its literal meaning. It is made
to illustrate an idea or thought interestingly.

Watch Videos
Teachers Name: Danielle Joanna C. Asuncion Title: What do you mean?

Grade Level: Grade 5 Time: 30 mins

Teacher will start the class by asking the students to sit in their respective places and
watch the videos that will be played.
Video 1: Simile and Metaphor

Questions to ask after video:


What is a Simile?
What is a Metaphor?
Are they the same?

Video 2: Personification

Questions to ask after video:


What is Personification?

Teacher will fill in the powerpoint slide with points from the students.

12
Developing the Lesson
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Discussion
1. Simile- compares words in a sentence by using like and as
2. Metaphor-compares words in a sentence without using like and as;
makes one thing become something else; sometimes uses is, are, was to
indicate that a metaphor is present
3. Personification- from the root word=person; gives human qualities to
non-living things

Q&A-fast activity

Examples found in the bible:


1. Isaiah 64:8 We are the clay and you our potter
2. John 6:35 I am the bread of life
3. 1 Thessalonians 5:2 For you yourselves know full well that the day of
the Lord will come just like a thief in the night
4. Revelations 1:14the hair on his head was white like wool, as white as
Teachers Name: Danielle Joanna C. Asuncion Title: What do you mean?

Grade Level: Grade 5 Time: 30 mins

snow, and his eyes were like blazing fire


5. Genesis 4:7 If you do not do what is right, sin is crouching at your
door, it desires to have you, but you must master it.
6. Romans 6:12 Therefore do not let sin reign in your mortal body so that
you obey its evil desires.

10 Closing the Lesson


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Group Activity(Exit Pass)
In your groups of 2 or 3, make 2 examples for each figure of speech. Write on a sheet of
paper.

Grouping:
1. Dyara, Kevin, Logan
2. Asiya, Julian, Jaiden
3. Aubrey, Heizel, Ilham
4. Louisa, Diego
5. Calista, Ziya, Jae Hyuk

Dismissal
Students will continue to work on their research paper

Formative Assessment Differentiation

1. Teacher will ask random 1. Video


students to answer Q&A questions 2. Fill in PPT slide
3. Q&A
on ppt slide 4. Group Activity
2. Teacher will fill in the ppt
slide with the students points

Resources

1. Simile and Metaphor Video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?


v=uoSBVNUO2LU
2. Personification Video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Mb6NxixRk8
3. Simile, Metaphor, Personificaton meaning-
http://www.growingwithgrammar.com/files/www5smplelessfinal.pdf
4. NIV Bible
Teachers Name: Danielle Joanna C. Asuncion Title: What do you mean?

Grade Level: Grade 5 Time: 30 mins