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Grammar Lessons

Book: English 2
1. Identifying S-TV-DO
Pattern

Activities
Work in groups of three. Each of you has a part of a
sentence. Student A has the first part, student B, the
second part, and student C, the last part. Match the parts
to form correct and sensible sentences.
A
1.The father gave
2.Mrs. Manuel named
3.I consider
4.The manager offered
5.We showed

2. Understanding Text
Organization

B
the picture
astronomy
her baby girl
his son
the applicant

C
an interesting subject.
a big inheritance.
a provincial job.
Jocelyn Ann.
to our friends.

Work in groups of five and identify the exposition,


complication, climax, resolution and conclusion of the
story Maguindanao Pearls by Isidro L. Retizos. Identify
the kind of conflict faced by the main character. Write
your answers on the blanks.
Climax:___________
Complication:________
____________________

behavior

region

5. Adjectives

Work in groups of five and form a circle. Do a chain drill


about yourself. Your favorite colors, singers, players,
movie starts, etc.
Write two similar dialogs using indefinite pronouns. Then
pair up a class mate and read your dialogs.
Write 5 adjectives describing the noun at the center of the
star.

life

4. Indefinite Pronoun

Exposition:________
____________________

city

3. Rules on Agreement of
Subject and Verb

Resolution:________
Exposition:________
____________________
____________________
Kind of Conflict:________
______________________

Grammar Lessons
Book: World of Reading 5
1. Identifying the elements of
a short story

2. Identifying moods and


feelings of characters

3. Following the rules of


alphabetization

Activities
Form one big circle, then sit down. Your teacher will start the
activity by giving an introduction to a story, then each one will
contribute to the development of the story. When everybody
has added an input, the teacher or a selected pupil will give an
appropriate ending to the story.
Choose a partner. Find a place within the school premises
where you can observe certain people in specific situations.
Describe what you have observed and explain the feelings that
are shown by the people involved. Write them down in the
space provided below.
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
The class will form a big circle to conduct the activity. The
teacher shall point to the person who will serve as the first
player.
I LOVE MY LOVE Activity
The first player in the circle recites the following lines, filling in
the blanks to the appropriate words beginning with the letter A.
the second player then recites by filling in with the words
beginning with letter A. the third player follows until everyone
has had a turn.
Examples.
I love my love with A because he/she is (amusing) .
I will send him/her to (Australia) .
I will feed him/her with an (apple).
And I will give him/her (an abacus to play with) .
I love my love with B because he/she is
I will send him/her to
.
I will feed him/her with an
.
And I will give him/her
.

4. Reading with the correct


pronunciation, phrasing,
and intonation

Divide the class into two groups. Each group will read the
poem, The Tiger by William Blake. The challenge is for
each group to observe the rules of appropriate pausing of
phrasing. To make it more creative, wear costumes.

5. Identifying characters
motives and drives from
the selection read

Fill the spaces with factual and fanciful statements about


yourself.

Fact

Fancy

My Self

GROUP 1
Al Jedidiah Panuncillo
Clea Espinosa
Jairus-Ann Moralla
Rachel Anne Salvatierra
Mitzifaye Taotao
Ellen Joy Gulam
Leah Ibay
Michelle Cervantes
Gladys Eve Serdoncillo
Jill Rose Agonia