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DETAILED 4A’s LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH 10

I. OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, 80% of the students should be able to:
a. give the meaning of static and dynamic character;
b. identify the static and dynamic character used in the text; and
c. appreciate the importance of static and dynamic character through performing differentiated task.

II. SUBJECT MATTER

A. Topic: Static and Dynamic Character


B. References: Celebrating Diversity through World Literature
(English Learner’s Material) pp. 439-440
htttps://prezi.com “Les Miserables” by Ryan Ylagan
C. Selections: Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
The Thief who became a Disciple from Zen Parables
D. Materials: PowerPoint presentation, LCD projector, activity sheets, slate boards, Chalk,
Permanent Marker, eraser

III. PROCEDURE

TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENTS’ ACTIVITY

A. ACTIVITY
Good morning class!
Good morning ma’am.
How are you today?
We are fine ma’am.
That’s great. Today, we shall
have a game entitled, “Picture Puzzle”.
But before that, please meet and greet my
friends from Korea. Are you excited to meet
them?
Yes ma’am.

To identify your group, get a picture that is


hanged on the ceiling. Those who got the same
picture stay together. Each group must have a
group leader, material specialist, note taker,
overseer, and presenter (LMNOP).

Class proceed now to your respective groups


quietly. (The students proceed to their groupings)
In this activity, your task is to identify the
character that the riddle is describing. There
are jumbled letters that serve as your clues.
The group who gets or raises first the correct
answer in the fastest manner will get a point
and the group who gets the most number of
points will be the winner.
Is that clear class?
Yes ma’am.
(The teacher flashes the riddle and the jumbled
letters that serves as their clues and lets the
students do the task.)
I am a kind woman We are bad characters at the
I live with my wicked start of the story
stepmother and stepsisters We have step sister named
Even if they treat me inhumane Cinderella
I am still good to them. Until the end of the story
I am a Disney princess who We treat her rudely.
left a shoe on a ball. Who are we?
Who am I?
A I R C END LEL T P S EISTRESS

I am the Governor of I am a Disney character


Poblacion Ardiente I am a kind hearted person
I am a cruel Governor I live in a seashore
I get whatever I want I have a green necklace
Until the end of the story I help my colleagues in
I am a bad person. finding a way to solve our
Who am I? problem.
I OJLU DRAIETNE OMAAN

I have a sister named Elsa I am one of the Characters in


We are close with each other Moana
at the start of the story At first I don’t want to help
Until there is an accident. Moana
We distanced ourselves But as time goes by I help her
But at the end we become I have a power to transform
close again. in anything I want.
Who am I? Who am I?
A A N AIUM
I am a Disney character I am an evil prince at first
I am a kind princess from the start but when I am being punished,
till the end I changed my attitude
I sleep for a long time I transform into ugly creature
waiting for my prince charming Who am I?
to kiss me
Who am I?
IEPSNGLE EAUBYT ESTAB

I am a Disney character I am good at first


I am the sweetheart of beast But as I grow I change my
I am a loving person attitude
Until the end of the story I am a character in the movie
I am still good person. “Frozen”
Who am I? I have power to create ice.
Who am I?
ELLEB A L E S

Now class, let’s give a hand to the winning


group.
(The students give the winning group
a round of applause.)
I know that you’ve enjoyed our activity based
on the smiles plastered on your faces.

Okay. Based on the activity class, do you


have any idea about our topic today?
Ma’am it is about the changing or
unchanging attitude of the
characters from the beginning till the
end of the story.
Very good class. Who has another idea?
Our topic today is about static and
dynamic character ma’am.
Okay, very good class. Today, we
shall discuss static and dynamic
character. Moreover, at the end of this lesson
you will give the meaning of static and dynamic
character, identify static and dynamic character
used in a text and appreciate the importance of static
and dynamic character by performing differentiated
tasks.
B. ANALYSIS
ON GIVING THE MEANING OF STATIC AND DYNAMIC CHARACTER
Let’s go back to our activity class.
Focus on the underlined words in the first
riddle class.

I am a kind woman
I live with my wicked
stepmother and stepsisters
Even if they treat me inhumane
I am still good to them.
I am a Disney princess who
left a shoe on a ball.
Who am I?
CINDERELLA

What did you observe about the attitude of


Cinderella from the beginning till the end of
the story based on the underlined words class?
Cinderella has a good character from the
beginning till the end of the story ma’am.
Is Cinderella a static or dynamic character class?
Cinderella is a static character ma’am.
Precisely! Who can now give me the meaning of
static character?
Static characters have the
same attitude in the beginning until the
end of the story ma’am.
Definitely!

I am an evil prince at first


but when I am being punished,
I changed my attitude
I transform into ugly creature
Who am I?
BEAST

What about in this riddle class. What did you


observe about the attitude of Beast from the
beginning till the end of the story class?
The attitude of beast changes as a result of
his actions in the story.
Good. Is Beast a static or dynamic character
class?
Dynamic character ma’am.
Definitely class. Who can now give me the
meaning of dynamic character?
Dynamic character changes their attitude as a
result of the characters’ actions in the story.
Excellent!
ON IDENTIFYING STATIC AND DYNAMIC CHARACTER USED IN A TEXT
This time class, let’s have another activity entitled,
“Read, Identify, and Classify.” So remain on your
groups. In this activity, you go and stop in each
picture, read the text, identify the character, then
classify it whether they are static or dynamic. If
you hear the buzzer, move to the next character
without making noise. There are six characters
in the character station. The characters are taken
from the text entitled, “Les Miserables” by
Victor Hugo. Write your answers on your cards.
The group who got the most number of points
will be the winner. But before that, let me share
you a short background about the author.
Victor Hugo is, without doubt, the most famous
figure ever to have lived in the Channel Islands.
He is famous worldwide as both a literary and
political celebrity and he has succeeded in the
difficult task of being both intellectually
respectable and at the same time immensely
popular, especially through two of his
major works, “Notre Dame de Paris and
Les Miserables”, which was completed in
Guernsey.

Is the instruction clear class?


Yes ma’am
You are given one minute to identify and
classify the character in each text.
Are you ready class?
Yes ma’am

(Students do the activity)

“LES MISERABLES” by VICTOR HUGO

STATION NUMBER NAME OF CHARACTER TYPE OF CHARACTER

1 Jean Valjean

2 Fantine

3 Marius

4 Cosette

5 Eponine

6 Javert
STATION 1

Jean Valjean the main protagonist begins his journey being viewed as a criminal.
Through meeting people like the Bishop, he realizes that he can no longer continue have
his actions reflect that of a convict. The bishop sparing his life and requesting that he
become an honest man truly had a deep impact on his character. From then on he comes
upon a lot of wealth and uses it for the benefit of others. He is very merciful to everyone
he meets and believes that no one should suffer. He carries out more generous acts
throughout the book such as taking responsibility of Cosette or sparing the life of Javert-
that a criminal would never commit.

Answer: Dynamic
Very good!
Why is it that the Jean Valjean is a dynamic
character?
Jean Valjean is a dynamic
character because his attitudes
in the beginning changes as the
story progresses ma’am.
Precisely class! Let’s proceed to our next
character in the text.
STATION 2

Fantine’s character is the embodiment of misery in this story. None of the events
in the life go her way and always had an inhibiting effect on the development of her
character. From the beginning to the end, she remained a poor, disadvantaged woman who
was introduced in misery and passed in the misery. Her character’s background was very
confined to begin with, as it offered no escape from her cycle.

Answer: Static
How did you know that Fantine is a static
character class?
Fantine is a static character because
from the beginning until the end of the
story, she remained poor and she was
introduced in misery and she also passed in
misery ma’am.
Definitely! Very good observation class.
Let’s proceed to the next character.
STATION 3

Marius at his introduction is described as well-off, dependent and very divided


when it came to political views. After living the care of his grandfather, he was forced to
live under poor conditions. He developed his own independent mindset that contrasted his
previous life of conformity. He also finds the love of his life that, while does provide him
happiness, also gives him the quality of ignorance. He becomes blinded by love so much
that he is noticeably different from his original self.

Answer: Dynamic
Okay. Why is it that Marius is a dynamic
character class?
Marius is a dynamic character
because in the beginning of the
story he is a dependent person
but as the story progresses, he
developed his own independent
mindset ma’am.
Very good class!
Now let’s proceed to our next character.
STATION 4

Cosette’s character, when introduced is shown to be abused in a sense. She was


poor and subject to a lot work when compared to the other children she lived with. She
had no source of happiness under the Thenardiers. Because of her childhood, she had
always thought of herself as homely. Then, she was picked up by Jean Valjean, and the
view of herself completely changed. She perceived herself as beautiful, and had the
confidence to go out and try new things. In doing so, she finds Marius in which she finds
happiness in. Cosette ultimately ended the book with a different perspective of herself
than she did at the beginning.

Answer: Dynamic
Good! Why it is that Cosette is a dynamic
character?
Cosette is a dynamic character
because when she was introduced,
she was shown to be abused in a
sense. But when she was raised up
by Jean Valjean, she completely
change herself as the story progresses.
Excellent! Let’s proceed to our
next character class.
STATION 5

Eponine in the beginning described as being rude and spoiled. Hugo says that she
is reflective of her Mother at this age. When she is reintroduced, she is shown aiding in
her parents’ practices. This is evident when she delivers a letter to Marius, begging him
of money. Afterward she exploits him to get the money right there. She goes out of her
way to try ending the relationship and even dressing as a boy in order to deceive both
Cosette and Marius. In her death, it seems that she still believes that Marius will meet with
her, and that she doesn’t want him to be mad at her when they he does. She also have a
negative qualities sticking with her until her death.

Answer: Static
Very good! Why is Eponine a static character?
Eponine is a static character
because she was introduced
as rude and spoiled. Until the
end of the story, she is selfish.
Definitely class! Your observation is good.
Let’s proceed to our next character.
STATION 6

Javert in the beginning is characterized by his nefariousness towards Jean Valjean.


He appears to have a change of heart, in which he appears to have deep regret for his past
actions. Unfortunately, returns back to his strict state after finding out the mayor was Jean
Valjean. He resumes his job as inspector and is very strict with the law. Here, he truly
recognizes the flaws he had in life, ultimately changing as a character.

Answer: Dynamic
Very good! Why is it that Javert is a
dynamic character?
Javert is a dynamic character
because at first, he appears to
have deep regret for his past
actions. Unfortunately, he
returns back to his original
attitude of being strict.
Very good class! Let’s give a hand to the
winning group.

C. APPLICATION
Based on the smiles on your faces, I know
that you have understood our lesson.

Now that you know the meaning of static


and dynamic character and you can now
identify the static and dynamic character
used in a text, let’s have another activity.
This activity is entitled, “IT’S SHOWTIME!”

This time, you will work on the different activities


to tap your skills and potentials. All you have to
do is to appreciate static and dynamic through performing
differentiated tasks. I will group you according to
your ability

So, proceed now to your respective groups


according to your talents.

GROUP TASK

Compose/Sing a song using static and dynamic


SINGERS character.

Write a dialogue using static and dynamic


PEN PUSHERS character.

Draw a comic strip using static and dynamic


IMAGE MAKERS character.

Choose a story and act it using static and


BODY MOVERS dynamic character.
Class, your performance will be graded using
rubrics which are attached on your activity sheets.
You are given 5-7 minutes to prepare and to
present your activity. Is that clear class?
Yes ma’am.

Okay start your work now without making too


much noise.

(The students do the activity)

Now class, it’s time to present your output.


(The students present their outputs)

D. ABSTRACTION

Now that you know the meaning of static


and dynamic character and you can now
identify the static and dynamic character
used in a text, let’s have a review of what
we have discussed a while ago using the
character organizer. Again class, what is
static character?
A static character is a character
that have the same attitude in the
beginning until the end of the
story ma’am.
Very good class! How about dynamic
character?
A dynamic character changes
their attitude as the story
progresses ma’am.

On identifying whether the character used


in a text is static or dynamic, how did you
come up with your answers?
We based it on the
character’s attitude from the
beginning until the story
ends ma’am.
TYPE OF CHARACTER

IV. EVALUATION

I. Directions: Choose the letter that best suits to the questions that follow. Write your answers
on the space provided (5 points)

( On Giving the Meaning of Static and Dynamic Character )

1. Static characters differ from dynamic ones because_______.


a. static characters are funny c. static characters do not change
b. static characters are relatable d. static characters have no purpose
2. A literary or dramatic character who undergoes an important inner change, as a change in
personality or attitude.
a. static character c. dynamic character
b. antagonist character d. protagonist character
3. True or False: A dynamic character is a character who is developing and learning throughout
the course of a story.
a. True b. False
4. A literary or dramatic character who undergoes no change.
a. static character b. villain c. dynamic d. protagonist
5.A character who develops and grows as the story progresses.
a. confidante character b. foil character c. dynamic character d. static character
II. Directions: Identify whether the characters are static or dynamic. Write your answers on the space
provided. (5 points)

( On Identifying Static and Dynamic Character used in the Text )

1. In the story entitled, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” by Victor Hugo because Quasimodo
and Esmeralda did not undergo changes from the beginning till the end of the story, they are
considered to be a __________ character.
a. protagonist b. dynamic c. static d. antagonist
2. In the story entitled, “The Lion King” because he does not change from the start to end of
the story, Scar is an example of a ___________ character.
a. dynamic b. static c. antagonist d. protagonist
3. In the story entitled, “Cinderella” because she does not change throughout the story,
Cinderella is an example of ___________ character.
a. antagonist b. dynamic c. static d. protagonist
4. In the story entitled, “Daedalus and Icarus” by Nick Pontikis because Daedalus is a good
father from the beginning till the end of the story, he is considered as ___________
character.
a. protagonist b. dynamic c. static d. antagonist
5. In the story entitled, “Daedalus and Icarus” by Nick Pontikis because Icarus is kind at the
start of the story and changes as the story progresses, he is considered as a ___________
character.
a. static b. antagonist c. dynamic d. protagonist

V.ASSIGNMENT

A. FOLLOW – UP

Directions: Identify the characters whether they are static or dynamic using the text entitled, “The
Thief who became a Disciple” from the Zen Parables.

The Thief who became a Disciple


from Zen parables

One evening as Shichiri Kojun was reciting sutras, a thief with a sharp sword
entered, demanding either his money or his life.

Shichiri told him, “Do not disturb me. You can find the money in that drawer.”
Then he continued his meditations.

A little while afterwards he stopped and called, “Don’t take it all. I need some to
pay taxes tomorrow.”

The robber gathered up most of his money and started to leave. “Thank a person
when you receive a gift,” Shichiri added. The man thanked him and made off.

A few days afterwards, the fellow was caught and confessed, among others, the
offense against Shichiri. When Shichiri was called as a witness, he said, “This man is not
a thief, at least as far as I am concerned. I gave him the money and he thanked me for it.”

After he had finished his prison term, the man went to Shichiri and became his
disciple.
THE THIEF WHO BECAME A DISCIPLE
from Zen Parables

CHARACTER TYPE OF CHARACTER

B. ADVANCE

Read about the four types of conflicts and give examples of it.

Prepared by:

MIRANIE M. GULATERA
Student Teacher