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ENGLISH IV-QUARTER IV

GRADE 4 School LUCENA EAST IV ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Grade Level FOUR


DETAILED Teacher ISRAEL A. DEL MUNDO Learning Area ENGLISH
LESSON Teaching Date January 29, 2019 Quarter 4TH
PLAN and Time

I. OBJECTIVES

A. CONTENT STANDARD
Demonstrates a command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or
speaking.

B. PERFORMANCE STANDARD
Speaks and writes using good command of the conventions of standard.

C. LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES
EN4G-IVd7.3 Use prepositions in, on, under, and above in sentences

II. SUBJECT MATTER & MATERIALS


Use the prepositions in, on, under, and above in sentences

Reference:
Teacher’s Guide p. 383-385
Learner’s Material p. 366-369
Materials:
PowerPoint Presentation

Other Learning Resources:

III. PROCEDURE

A. Preliminary Activities
The teacher reviews the learners about the rules and guidelines before proceeding to the
lesson proper.
B. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson

Present the following sentences with illustrations.

1. Andy’s family loaded the cat in the car.

2. Andy was surprised when he saw Tubby in his room.

3. Tubby slept on Andy’s bed.

4. Andy understood that when he wants to sleep on his bed, he would get into it before Tubby could.

5. Andy put his cap on the hook above the mirror.

6. After a few days, Tubby started sleeping under Andy’s bed.


B. Establishing the purpose of the lesson

Today, we are going to discuss about prepositions.

C. Presenting examples / instances of the lesson

While the pictures are being presented the teacher will ask the following questions.

1. What do the underlined words show?


2. What preposition is used to show that the cat is inside the car?
3. In the second picture, where is Tubby in the picture?
4. What preposition is used to show where Tubby is?
5. Where is Tubby sleeping?
6. What preposition is used to tell where Tubby sleeps?
7. Where does Andy sleep?
8. What preposition is used to tell where Andy sleeps?
9. Where is the cap of Andy?
10. What preposition is used to tell where the cap is?
11. When is in used in the sentence?
12. When is each of the underlined word used in the sentence?
13. Introduce the word preposition. What do these prepositions show?

(Prepositions in, on, over, above, under show position or location.)

D. Guided Practice

Activity 1
A. Work in Pairs
(This activity promotes HOTS for the pupils as they analyze every action/movement of his/her
partner in the activity. After determining the action/s the pupil will tell what preposition is used.)
1. Work with a partner. One of you will act out a sentence while the other one will guess the sentence. Ask
a classmate to show an action with preposition that shows location. A student will ask his/her partner,
“What am I doing?” His seatmate may answer, “You are putting your book in your bag.”

2. Ask: Who will present their conversation in front? The teacher will process the sentences of the class.
Ask: What preposition did they use? Why did they use this preposition? If there is something wrong, the
teacher will tell the class: I think we can do something to make the sentence correct. She will ask the class,
who will help make the sentence correct?

Activity 2
The following activities are designed according to the learners strengths and interests.
Before the pupils go to their respective places the teacher reminds them about the proper behavior during
group activities using a positive and non-threatening way.
B. Work in Groups
Each group will be given a picture. They will write three to five sentences about the picture using
prepositions learned. (Note: The output does not need to observe mechanics in writing a paragraph.)

After 5 to 7 minutes, a member in each group will share their output. Then the class will evaluate
whether the group used the learned prepositions correctly. Ask: What can you say about the work of the
group? What prepositions did they use? Did they use them correctly?

E. Independent Practice

Fill in the blanks with prepositions that show position or location.

IN THIS ACTIVITY, THE TEACHER ASKS THE PUPILS TO READ THE SENTENCE BEFORE TELLING
THE ANSWER TO PROMOTE LITERACY AND COMPREHENSION.
1. Mother asked me to set the plates ______ the table.
2. My little brother sits ______ me when he wants to be cuddled.
3. We do not put our elbows ______ the table when we eat.
4. The number ______ the line in a fraction is called the numerator.
5. They keep some blankets ______ the bed to save space.
6. We keep our clothes ______ a closet.
7. Girls keep their sewing materials ______ a sewing box.
8. Dogs usually stay ______ the table when people are eating.
9. It is fun to play ______ the rain.
10. We waited ______ the shade of the tree.

F. Application

A. Work in Groups
Write three to five sentences about the pictures using prepositions of position or location. Groups 1 and 2
will use manila paper and marker while Group 3 will use computer.

G. Generalization

“The commonly used prepositions of place are on, in, over, above and under. We use on to refer to
streets, avenues, etc. We use in to refer to land areas. We use over to indicate a path of motion. We use
above to refer to a higher level or higher in vertical line. We use under to refer to a lower level.”

H. Post Assessment

Use in, on, under, above, below, or over to complete the sentences.
1. We came to a narrow stream and jumped _______ it.
2. Her mother told her to put her things _______ the cabinet.
3. I am sorry, my pet left some paw prints _______ your new carpet.
4. My teacher advised me to stay _______ my chair when an earthquake occurs.
(The teacher asks the students when do they conduct the National Simultaneous Drill for the
compliance of to the national memorandum released by the NDRRMC.)
5. My little brother hangs his picture _______ the television set.

I. Enrichment Activities/ Additional activities for application or remediation

Write 5 sentences that use prepositions on, in, over, above and under.

IV. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation who scored below 80%
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up with the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers?
Prepared by:
ISRAEL A. DEL MUNDO
Teacher

Checked by:

CARLOS V. VILLAESTER
Principal