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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education


Batangas City West District


Batangas City

Detailed Lesson Plan

English II


At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:

1. Predict outcome in different situations/stories.


A. Topic:

Predicting Outcome

B. Value Focus:

Showing honesty

C. Materials:

visual aids, activity cards, envelopes, small box, powerpoint presentation

D. References:

K-12 Curriculum Guide in English 2, pp. 248-249

Learning Module, pp. 462-463


Teachers Activities

Pupils ActivitiesA. Daily Language Activity

Children, let us read first the word of the day. Please, repeat after me.



Now, let us spell the word bottle

b-o-t-t-l-e, bottle

b-o-t-t-l-e, bottleNow, let us spell the word bottle

using our hips.

b-o-t-t-l-e, bottle

b-o-t-t-l-e, bottleWho can write the word bottle

on the board.

bottleWho can use the word bottle in a

Pupils answers may vary.sentence?B. Review Last time we discussed about arranging

words in alphabetical order. I have here a

small box. Inside this box are different words.

I will call set of pupils to pick up words and arrange

them in alphabetical order.

Do you get it? Yes, we do.

C. Pre Reading 1. Motivation (The teacher will show picture of hearts.) Class, what do you see in the picture?

We see hearts.

Do you know that there is something behind

these hearts? Do you want to know what is it? Yes, we do.

(The teacher will show the hidden thing.)

What is the thing behind the hearts? Money is the thing

behind the hearts.

2. Unlocking of Difficulties This morning, we will read a story. But

before that, let us first know the meaning

of the difficult words that you may encounter in the story. a. bill (through real objects)

- a piece of paper money

b. store (through picture)

- a place where something is sold. c. storekeeper (through picture)

- a person who owns a store

d. change (through a situation)

- a smaller amount of money given in exchange for higher amount of money.D. Presentation1. During Reading 1.1. Setting of Standards

I will read a story. But before that, what are the things that you should remember while listening to a story?

Sit properly.

Dont talk to your seatmates.

Understand the story. 1. 2. Telling the Story

(The teacher will read the story through

powerpoint presentation.)

Mother asked Lara to buy eggs from the

store. She bought 3 pieces of eggs for 15

pesos. She gave the storekeeper a 20-peso

bill. Then, the storekeeper gave her 10

pesos as her change. Lara stopped and

looked at the 10 pesos on her hand. Do you understand the story?

Yes, we do.

2. Post-Reading

1. Comprehension Check Up Let us see if you really understand the story.

I have here lollipops with strips of paper. The paper contains a question. I will call someone to answer the question. If you answer it correctly, you could have the lollipop! 1. What did Mother ask Lara to do? Mother asked Lara to

buy eggs from the store. 2. How many eggs did she buy? She bought three pieces

of eggs.

3. How much do eggs cost in all? The eggs cost 15 pesos

in all.

4. How much did Lara give to the Lara gave 20-peso bill.


5. Did the storekeeper give Lara the right

No, he did not.


6. How much change should the storekeeper

The storekeeper should give Lara?

only give Lara 5 pesos.

7. If you were Lara, what would you do

If I were Lara, I would after the storekeeper gave you the give the excess change 10 pesos change?

to the storekeeper. 2. Valuing

What character trait does the story show?

The story shows


Thats right!

Did you also experience what Lara experienced?

Yes, we did.

What did you do then? I also returned the

excess change to the


Class, honesty is not just being shown by giving back excess change. We should also show it in other situations. If you are honest, people will surely

trust you. Remember that Honesty is the best

policy.E. Skill Focus

Class, let us go back to the story of Lara.Do you think the story has a complete ending?

No.Thats right!Now, let us think of the ending for the story.

What do you think happened next after Lara

received the change? Lara went back to the store andreturned the 5 pesos to the

storekeeper.Class, what we did was, we thought of what

would happen next in the story.

We call it Predicting Outcome(The teacher will write the word Predicting

Outcome on the board.)

Predicting outcome means thinking what

will happen next.

From the given story, how did you predict

what Lara did next?

I predicted what Lara did next

because I experienced it also. I used the events that happened in the story thats why I was able to predict what happened next.

Very good.

Class, for us to predict outcome, we may use

the events that happened in the given story or

situation. We may also use the information

from our experiences.

Do you understand?

Yes, we do,

F. Guided Practice

Lets try other situations. Let us predict whatwill happen next to the following situations.

1. Daniel is caught in the rain. He has noumbrella. What do you think will happen toDaniel?

A. Daniel will feel happy.

B. Daniel will get sick.B. Daniel will get sick.

C. Daniel will stay under the rain.2. Ana was ready for the dance show. She

had practiced the dance steps very well. She

smiled as she came out on the stage. Then Ana ______________.

A. forgot all the dance steps.

B. did the dance well.B. did the dance well.

C. backed out.

3. Mark wakes up excited and happy. The

sun is shining. It is a perfect day for a

trip to the beach. After a few seconds, what

do you think will Mark do next?.

A. jump out of bed

A. jump out of bedB. go back to sleepC. do nothingClass, look around you. What do you notice

about our classroom?

Do you see pictures posted on the wall?

Yes, we do.We will play a game.Do you know the game Bring Me?

Yes, we do.

Im going to show different pictures.

You will predict what will happen

next based on the picture that I will show you.

You will find the answer on the picture

posted on the wall. Once you find it, bring it to me.

The first one who can bring the correct picture will

receive a prize.

Do you understand?

Yes, we do.

(The teacher will show different pictures.)

He will sleep.

He will go to school.

They will swim.

He will go to the dentist.

It will rainG. Generalization

How can we predict outcome in

different situations/stories?We can predict outcome by using the events that happened in the story or situation. We may also use the information from our experiences.

H. Independent Practice (Application)

Class, I will group you into three (3). Each group will be given an activity card. Inside

the activity card are the activities that you

will do.

Do you understand?Yes, we do.

(Setting of Standards)

Before you start, what are the things that you

must remember while doing the activity?Cooperate with your group members.

Understand and follow the directions carefully.

Work quietly.

Okay, I will give you five minutes to

finish the activity.

You may now proceed to your respective

group areas.

Group 1 (Predictable Penguins)Directions: Look at each picture. Read the sentences. Box the sentence that tells what the

penguins will do next.


The penguin will eat.

The penguin will jump.

The penguin will fall.

2The pengui


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