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CREATIVE WRITING

SY 2016-2017
LESSON PLAN
QUARTER 1
WEEK LESSONS/TOPICS LEARNING STRATEGIES/ ASSESSMENT ASSIGNMENT/AGREEMEN
COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES T

1. Creative Writing The learners … * lecture  CO1 Graphic  CA1 Graphic Organizer
1.1 Imaginative writing vs. * discussion Organizer:  CA2
technical / academic / 1. differentiate * small group  Q1 Imaginative
other forms of writing imaginative writing interaction Writing
1.2 Sensory experience from among other * literary critique  CO2 Sensory
1.3 Language forms of writing * journal Exercise: Five
a. Imagery 2. cull creative ideas Senses
b. Figures of speech from experiences  CO3 Literary
c. Diction 3. utilize language to Critique
d. Sample works of evoke emotional  Q2 Sensory
well-known local and intellectual Experience and
and foreign writers responses from Language
readers
4. use imagery, diction,
figures of speech,
and specific
experiences
5. read closely as
writers with a
consciousness of
craft
2. Reading and Writing The learners … * lecture  CO4 Poetry  CA3 Write the lyrics of
Poetry * class Critique your favorite song.
2.1. Elements of the genre discussion (Formalistic) Underline the line/s that
a. Essential elements 1. identify the various * small group  CO5 Haiku you most like
 Theme elements, interaction Writing  CA4
 Tone techniques, and * poetry  CO6 Sonnet
b. Elements for literary devices in workshop Writing
specific forms poetry * poetry writing  Q3 Elements of
 Conventional forms 2. determine specific * poetry reading the genre
(exemplar: short forms and * Spoken Word  CO7 Prose
Tagalog poems like conventions of Poetry Poetry
tanaga and diona; poetry * Literary critique  CO8
haiku; sonnet) 3. use selected Performance
* journal
- rhyme and meter elements of poetry Poetry
- metaphor in short exercises  OE Spoken
 . Free verse 4. explore innovative Word Poetry:
- the line and line techniques in writing “Open Mic”
break poetry
 Q4
- enjambments 5. write a short poem
Experimental
- metaphor applying the various
texts and,
2.2. Other experimental elements,
Techniques
texts techniques, and
and Literary
a. Typography literary devices
devices
b. Genre-crossing
texts (e.g. prose
poem,
performance
poetry, etc.)
c. Tone
2.3. Techniques and
literary devices
(modelling from well-
known local and
foreign poets)
3. Reading and Writing The learners … * class  CO9 Elements  CA5
Fiction discussion of Fiction  CA6
3.1. Elements of the genre 1. identify the various * lecture  CO10 Short
a. Character elements, * small group Story Critique
b. Point of View techniques, and interaction  CO11 Chapter
 1st-person POV literary devices in * fiction workshop (Novel) Critique
(major, minor, or fiction * literary critique  Q5 Elements of
bystander 2. determine various (short story, Fiction
 2nd-person POV modes of fiction novella, novel)  CO12 Group
 3rd-person POV 3. write journal entries * prose writing Activity:
(objective, limited and other short Narrative Relay
(short story)
omniscient, exercises exploring  “Who Framed
* storytelling
omniscient) key elements of Roger Rabbit?”
* journal
c. Plot fiction
 OE Storytelling
 Linear 4. write a short scene
 Q6 Techniques
 modular/episodic applying the various
and Literary
 traditional parts: elements,
Devices,
exposition, rising techniques, and
Modelling
action, climax, falling literary devices
action,
resolution/denouemen
t
d. Setting and
atmosphere
 time and place
 cultural, sociological,
political, religious, etc.
milieu
 sensibilities that lead
to specific modes
e. Conflict
f. Irony
 verbal
 situational
 dramatic
g. Theme
 moral/lesson
 dramatic premise
 insight
3.2. Techniques and
literary devices
a. Mood/tone
b. Foreshadowing
c. Symbolism and
motif
3.3. Modelling from well-
known local and
foreign short story
writers in a range of
modes

QUARTER 2
WEEK LESSONS/TOPICS LEARNING STRATEGIES/ ASSESSMENT ASSIGNMENT/AGREEMENT
COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES

4. Reading and Writing The learners … * class discussion  


Drama (one-act) * lecture
4.1. Elements of the 1. identify the various * drama critique
genre elements, * story conference
a. Elements of the techniques, and * small group
genre literary devices in workshop
 Character drama * classroom
 Setting 2. understand
moving gallery
 Plot intertextuality as a
* readers theater
 Dialogue technique of drama
4.2. Techniques and 3. conceptualize a * video showing
literary devices character/setting/plo * journal
a. Intertextuality t for a one act play
b. Conceptualizatio 4. explore different
n of modality staging modalities
4.3. Modelling from well- vis-à-vis envisioning
known local and the script
foreign playwrights 5. character, dialogue,
plot, and other
elements of drama
6. write at least one
scene for one-act
play applying the
various elements,
techniques, and
literary devices
5. The creative work in The learners … * lecture  
literary and /or * class discussion
sociopolitical context 1. situate the creative * sampling of
work in literary sociopolitical
and /or sociopolitical texts, local and
context foreign, in
2. demonstrate Filipino, English
awareness of and and translated in
sensitivity to the English
different orientations * journal
of creative writing * craft essay
3. write a craft essay
6. Final output The learners … * group workshop  
* performance
1. create a group blog arts
for poetry and/or * literary portfolio,
fiction applying ICT anthology,
skills/any multimedia
appropriate presentation
multimedia forms * literary journal
2. explore various
modes of publishing
media for
manuscripts
3. understand the
possibilities of
intertextual forms
4. write a suite of
poems, a
full/completed short
story or a script for a
one-act play

 CO – CREATIVE OUTPUT INSTEAD OF SW


 CA – CREATIVE ASSIGNMENT INSTEAD OF HW
 WO – WORKSHOP OUTPUT FOR OUTPUTS MADE DURING THE WORKSHOP PERIODS
 OE – ORAL EXERCISES FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS AND SHARING OF CO OR WO
 QO – QUARTERLY OUTPUT FOR THE FINAL OUTPUT TO BE PRESENTED BY THE END OF THE QUARTER; CAN BE WRITTEN
AND/OR ORAL