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Detailed Lesson Plan in Digraph Inductive Method

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  DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN DIGRAPH  –  INDUCTIVE METHOD I. Objectives:  At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to: a. define digraph b. identify words having digraph sound in the text. c. pronounce the words with digraph correctly. II. Subject Matter:  Digraphs Reference: The Digraph as retrieved from: http://www.lessonpathways.com The Fable of the Sheep and the Pig III. Material: a. Flashcards b. Illustration board and chalk c. A fable written in bond paper IV. Procedure: TEACHER’S ACTIVITY   A. Pre-activities 1. Prayer (led by a student) 2. Greeting 3. Checking of attendance B. Motivation: Before we start let’s have an activity by group. The first row will be group one, the 2 nd  row will be group two, and the 3 rd  row will be group three. I have here pictures and riddles. Each group will pick one riddle and read it aloud then afterwards answer it. C. Presentation: I have here a fable. Let’s read in a popcorn reading, but before that I will read first, then afterwards I will read the title then the first row will read the first paragraph and the 2 nd  row will read the 2 nd  paragraph and the 3 rd  row will read the last paragraph. Reading the Fable…  (The Sheep and the Pig) D. Discussion Class, what did you observed from these words. (back to motivation) The teacher let the student read the words. Very Good! STUDENTS’ ACTIVITY   Yes ma’am   Ma’am some letters in the word represent single sound.  Digraph consists of two letter that represents single sound: Digraph: mb , which makes the  /m/  as in lamb ng , which makes the / ng / sound as in fang qu , which makes the / kw / sound as in quick ss , which makes the / s / sound as in floss th , which makes the / th / sound as in these wh , which makes the / wr  / sound as in write zz , which makes the / z / sound as in buzz ch , which makes the / ch / sound as in chicken, watch ph , which makes the / f/  sound as in phone. sh , which makes the / sh / sound as in Sheep ck , which makes the  /k / sound as in chick ff  , which makes the / f  / sound as in cliff gn , which makes the / n / sound as in gnome kn , which makes the  /n / sound as in knife ll,  which makes the  /l / sound as in wall I will give you 5 minutes to find the words containing digraph. You need not to repeat what you have written. Ok then, start hunting the words.  After 5 mins. Class, time is up. exchange your paper. (Name), can you give me your answer. Very good! Class let’s read the words on the board, Class, follow after me…  Read the answers again …   Yes ma’am my answers are the following: Sheep, butchers, fuss, shepherd, where, charge, tucked, quickly  Mechanics: I will flash cards and you will give the sound of the digraph and a word that start or ends with that word. Flashing cards…  Now, to practice pronouncing it more correctly, let’s have another activity.”  Game: GCP (Give, Construct, Pronounce) Mechanics: The teacher divide the class into two groups. Each group will pick their topic and make a story using many digraph sound. V. Evaluation: I will give words and construct only one sentence using the words provided. Write your answers on the illustration board. After 20 second each group will read your answer with correct pronunciation. 5 points for correct construction of sentences and 5 points for correct pronunciation of each word a total of 10 points. Sets of words: 1. Fish, with, bother 2. will chop, knife, anything 3. quit, thrown, lamb 4. know, write, where 5. phone, bring, shown Each student will pick a number in a box. The one who pick no.1 will be the first to read the selection followed by no. 2 until the last no. Overall score will be 24 points. VI. Assignment: Make an essay (2 paragraphs) about what you’ve learned today using many digraph sound. Read it orally next meeting.    THE SHEEP AND THE PIG One day a shepherd discovered a fat Pig in the meadow where his Sheep were pastured. He very quickly captured the porker, which squealed at the top of its voice the moment the Shepherd laid his hands on it. You would have thought, to hear the loud squealing, that the Pig was being cruelly hurt. But in spite of its squeals and struggles to escape, the Shepherd tucked his prize under his arm and started off to the butcher’s in the market place.  The Sheep in the pasture were much astonished and amused at the P ig’s behavior, and followed the Shepherd and his charge to the pasture gate. “What makes you squeal like that?” asked one of the Sheep. “The Shepherd often catches and carries off one of us. But we should feel very much ashamed to make such a terrible fuss about it like you do.”   “That is all very well,” replied the Pig, with a squeal and frantic kick. “When he catches you he is only after your wool. But he wants my bacon! gree-ee- ee!”  
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