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I.

OBJECTIVES
At the end of the discussion, the students are expected
to:

a.
b.
c.
d.

Z
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II.
A.
B.
C.
D.

SUBJECT MATTER

Topic:
Reference:
Materials:
Value Statement:

III. PROCEDURE
Teachers Activity

Students Activity

a. Knowledge ( Pre- Reading


Activity)
MOTIVATION: Four Pics-One World

Yes, we are Maam!


I know that you are all familiar
with this game, am I correct?
I have here four pictures and I
want you to give your predictions if
what are these. But, unlike the game
you used to, I will not put jumbled
letters because I believe that you
can easily get the correct answer.

Student #1: Nature


Student #2: Environment
Student #3: Mother Earth

Good job! Your answers are all correct!


Follow-up Questions:
1. Why is it called Mother Earth?
2. What makes the Earth a mother to us?

Students raise their hands and


answer the questions.

b. Process ( Reading Activity/s)


Vocabulary Development
Ive shown you a picture of Mother Earth
because today, we will read and discuss a
poem about nature titled, Autumn Song
by Charles Baudelaire and translated to
English by William Aggeler. But before we
proceed, let us try unlocking the meaning
of difficult words that are found in the
text for you to understand the poem
easier.
Match the words in column A with their
a. showing or causing unhappiness or
meanings in Column B.
sad feelings; gloomy
b. to make a quick series of short
1. Soon we shall plunge into the cold
loud sounds; rattling sound
darkness.
c. shaking involuntarily; quivering
2. I hear the dismal sound of firewood.
3. Falling
with
a
clatter
on
the d. to have a steep slope or drop
downward; to fall
courtyard.
4. All
atremble
I
listen
to
each e. a womans private room for
dressing or resting
falling fog.
5. My spirit resembles the tower which f. speed of motion or action;
crumbles under the tireless blows of quickness
g.to cause someone to fall asleep or
the battering ram.
6. It seems to me, lulled by these become sleepy
monotonous shocks.
h. a large and heavy piece of wood
7. That somewhere theyre nailing a that is used to hit and break
coffin, in great haste.
through walls and doors.
8. Nothing, neither your love, your
boudoir, nor your hearth.