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Grade 9

I. Objective:
At the end of the 60-minute lesson, students are expected tor
1. Recognize the structures and types of stage for stage plays.
2. Differentiate the structures and types of stage plays.
3. Show enthusiasm when learning the different types of stage for
stage plays.

II. Subject Matter

A. Topic: Types of Stage for Stage Plays
B. Reference: Journey Through Anglo-American Literature pg.
C. Materials: manila paper, PowerPoint presentation

III. Procedure
A. Preliminary Procedure
a. Prayer
b. Greetings
c. Checking of attendance

B. Review
a. What was our last lesson?
- Our last lesson is about critical consonant sound.
b. What is a critical consonant sound?
- A critical consonant sound is a
c. What are the example of critical consonant sounds?
C. Drill
a. ___ ___ ___ ___ -a literary piece consisting
16 12 1 25 of dialogues between
various characters.(play)
b. ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
-a written version of a play
19 3 18 9 16 20
or movie. (script)

c. ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ -a structure within which
20 8 5 1 20 5 18 theatrical performance are
d. Motivation

i. What did you notice from the picture?

ii. What do you call of this?

e. Activity
Gallery walk:

The class will be divided into four groups. The groups will
do the draw if in station are they going to observe first.
Each group shall go to the different stations posted inside
the classroom. They will be tasked to write their
observations based on the picture on each station. After all
groups visited all the stations a representative for each
group will report their observation in front of the class.



f. Analysis

1. What have you observed from the pictures you have seen?
2. What do you call of these pictures?
3. What structures have you seen from each picture
4. Why that these structures varies from one picture to another?
5. How they differ from each other?
6. Why do you think there is a need to use different types of stage
in various plays?

a. Abstraction

1. What is a stage?

2. What are the types of stage?

Possible Answer:

Types of Stage

Thrust stage – the thrust configuration is the oldest known fixed type
of staging in the world, and it is thousands of years old. The audience
is seated at the front, left and right side of the stage.

Proscenium stage – a stage where the audience sits on one side of

the stage only. The audience faces one side of the stage directly, and
normally sits at a lower height.

In-the-round stage – an in-the-round stage is positioned at the

center of the audience. This type of stage creates quite an intimate
atmosphere, and is good for drama that needs audience involvement.
Traverse stage – a stage where the audience sits on two sides. Also,
this type of stage is good for creating an intimate atmosphere.

3. What are their differences from each other?

4. Why it is that seating arrangement is very important in
determining the type of stage type used.

b. Application
Task 1: Guess What?
Students will guess the name of the prominent stages the
teacher will be showing in front of the class.

-Mall of Asia Arena- -Smart Araneta Coliseum-

-Sydney Opera House- -Gladiator Arena, Rome-

Task 2: Group work: Picture Me Out

Each group will be assigned to present in front of the class
a type of stage. The leader of each group will explain their
output in front of the class.

Group 1: Traverse Stage

Group 2: In-the-round Stage
Group 3: Proscenium Stage
Group 4: Thrust Stage

IV. Evaluation

Identify what type of stage is described on the following pictures.

Choose you answer on the box. Write your answer on a one-fourth
sheet of paper.

Thrust Stage Traverse Stage

Proscenium Stage In-the-round Stage

1. 2.

3. 4.

5. 6.

7. 8.
9. 10.

V. Assignment
Paste or draw at least one picture of the stage and identify its type.
Place your output in a clean letter sized paper.

Prepared by:

Jerico O. Julaton