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Teacher: Crizza Marisol S.

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Lesson Plan
INTEGRATION OF ENGLISH AND SCIENCE
Grade 2
A. Retell a story heard through pictures
B. Group similar ideas
C. Use simple foem of the verb with singular/plural nouns/pronouns as subject

II. SUBJECT MATTER


Animals Around Us
Grouping Similar Ideas
Retelling a Story Heard
Simple Present Form of the Verb
Writing Sentences
A. Reference: BEC-English 2
Textbook: Science for Daily Use, Grade 2
Exploring science 2
B. Materials: pictures of animals, charts
C. Value Concept: Love and Care for Animals

III. Learning Activities


A. Pre-activities
1. Review
Conduct a review through games (i.e. - Who want to be a millionaire?)
Review on the following
-Singular and Plural Nouns
-Subject Pronouns
-Action Words
2. Motivation
Name the animals you see in the community
Imitate an animal. Then, write its name on the board.
B. Presentation
1. Let a pupil read the selection on the board while the others listen.
2. Show the pictures of the animals on the flannel board.
3. Have the pupils read and answer the question that follow.

There are different animals. They found in many places. Some animals live on
land. Others live in water. Some live both on land and in water.
Dogs, cats, carabaos, goats, and chickens live on land. Fish, squid, and clams
live in the sea, in lakes, and in rivers. Crocodiles, turtles, frogs, and snakes live on land
and water.
Some animals live in very cold places. The polar bear and the penguins live in
very cold places.
Animals can move. They move in many ways. Dogs, cats, horses, and cows
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walk and run. They use their legs to move about. Fish swim. The fins make the fish
move in the water. Birds fly in the air. They have wings to help them fly. Ducks and

Do all animals live on land?


What animals live in water?
What do fish use to move about?
How do ducks and turtles move about?
Do you have pets at home?
Do you love them? Why?
How do you show your love and care for them?
4. Ask the pupils to retell the story heard using pictures on the flannel board.
5. Have them fill in the following chart.
Which animal belongs to each group?
Pupils can name other animals they know.
6. Read the sentences:
On land

a.
b.
c.
d.

A
Cat walks.
Bird flies.
Clams live in water.
Snake crawls.

In Water

On Land and Water

B
a. Cats walk.
b. Birds fly.
c. Clams live in water
d. Snake crawl.

7. Discussion
a. Ask what the subject is in sentence1.
Ask if the subject is singular or plural.
Have the pupils identify the action words.
Ask: Does the action word end in S?
b. Do same with the sentences in Group B.
8. Generalization

Lead the pupils to state when to use simple present form of the verb.
9. Practice
a. Choose the correct action word.
1) The frog (hop, hops) in the garden
2) Ducks (swim, swims) in the pond.
3) Horses (run, runs) very fast.
4) Birds (fly, flies) with their wings.
5) Cat (walk, walks) slowly.
b. Use the correct action word.
1) The dog is our best friend.
(guard, guards)
(bark, barks)
2) The cows are big.
(give, gives)
3) Earthworms dont have feet.
(crawl, crawls)
(make, makes)
4) A frog lives on land and in water.
(swim, swims)
(hop, hops)
10. Picture Study
Show a picture of a carabao.
Ask: Is a carabao big or small animal?
How does a carabao help us?
Say: Tell something about the carabao.
Write the answer on the board. Let the pupils read.
Have the pupils tell something about the other animals.
(cat, bird, dog, and others)
The Carabao
The carabao is big and strong.
It eats green grass.
It walks slowly.
It helps the farmer in the field.

Write the sentences on the board. Let the pupils read them.
Call the pupils attention on the capitalization and the correct punctuations
used.
C. Post Activities
1. Evaluation
Draw an animal which you like best.
Write down three words about that animal.
Using these words wrie two or three sentsnces about the animal.
2. Assignment
Read to parents the sentences you made the animal you drew. Then, add one more
sentence about your drawing.