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Lesson Plan in English 7

September 25, 2019

I. Learning Objectives
At the end of the discussion, students should be able to do the following:
A. Differentiate dependent and independent clauses from one another.
B. Identify adverb clauses.
C. Use clauses to share one’s experiences about trusting someone.

II. Content Standards

The learner demonstrates understanding of: Philippine literature during the Period of
Apprenticeship as a means of examining conflicts; various purposeful listening and viewing
strategies; difference between literal and figurative language; ways to extract and condense
information based on library sources; verbal and non-verbal cues in oral communication; and
types of phrases, clauses, and sentences.

A. Teaching Strategies
 Inductive Teaching Strategy
 Inquiry-based Instruction
 Visualization
B. Values Integration
 Trust others as you can’t go at life alone
C. References
1. Practical English 7.2019. pp. 134-136
D. Instructional Materials

1. Teacher made visual aids

2. English book
3. Chalkboard and chalks
4. Whiteboard and white board marker
III. Learning Procedures
A. Preliminary Activities:
1. COB
2. Prayer
3. Checking of attendance and assignment.

Teacher’s Activity Students’ Responses

B. Motivation (Activity 1)
“We will have a game, but we only need 3
volunteer pairs for this game. Who would
like to volunteer?” (Three pairs of students will volunteer...)

“We have Set A and Set B. I have here 2

sets of flashcards. Each flashcard contains
a complete idea or thought. Still, you have
to add another idea that is related to it.
Each student from Set A, kindly get a card
here and let your partner see it.”

Set A
 She looked at the coat
 Dara prays everyday
 Jacky bought pasalubong

“Set B members, it’s your turn. Each of

you should get a card here. Read silently
what’s written and fold it. If you’re
confident that the paper you’re holding
will perfectly match the idea/thought
written in your partner’s flashcard, give (Students will perform the activity
it to her without unfolding nor telling
him/her what’s written in it. Students
from Set A, if you’re not sure with the
answer of your partner, you can unfold
it and check..”
Set B
 who is a devoted Catholic
 which exudes a faint smell
 who went to Japan for a

 She looked at the coat

 Dara prays everyday  which exudes a faint smell
 Jacky bought pasalubong  who is a devoted Catholic
 who went to Japan for a vacation

“Very good! Set A, why did you decide not “We trust our partners, Ma’am! “
to open then check for yourself the
content of the papers your partner’s

“Certainly! I’m happy to know that...”

“If your trust one another. You should “The clauses in Set A, Ma’am!”
also trust yourself more. Class, which of
among the two sets can stand alone
without the help of other?”


C. Analysis (Activity 3)
“If the clauses in Set A can stand alone,
what type of clause is that?” :”Independent Clause, Ma’am”

“What is an independent clause?” “An independent clause is a clause that

can stand alone as a sentence because it
expresses a complete thought and has a
“ subject and verb.”
“How about the one that can’t stand alone?” “The clauses in Set B, Ma’am!”

“Exactly! Then, what time of clauses are they?” “Dependent Clause...”

“What is a dependent clause?” “A dependent clause is a clause that

can’t stand on its own since it does not
express a complete thought.”

“Very good!”

“Let’s have more examples...”

 The player was very much prepared that

he seems to have had a year of
“ Based on the given example, which is an The player was very much prepared
independent clause?”

“How about the dependent clause?” That prepared that he seems to have
had a year of preparation.


D. Abstraction (Activity 4)

“Do you think you can stand alone without “No, Ma’am!”
trusting other people?”

“Why?” (Students’ answers may vary based on

their learning)
“In the two types of clauses that we
discussed, what type of clause can’t stand
alone without trusting other clauses?” “Dependent Clause, Ma’am!”

“To what kind of person, do you usually (Students’ answers may vary.)
give your trust?”
“Exactly! Between the two clauses that “Independent Clause”
were discussed, which clause do we trust

“Why is it?” “An independent clause is a clause that can

stand alone as a sentence because it expresses
a complete thought and has a subject and a
verb. It is therefore considered a simple

E. Application

Directions: Read each of the following

statements below. Encircle the
independent clause and underline the
dependent clause

1. Angelica is a grade 10 student of

Corpus Christi who will be
presenting a topic about trusting
2. The unit is expensive which is
quite unusual considering this
3. Trusting others is difficult
especially if you have experienced
having that trust broken.
4. Arnold is a native of Aklan who
loves to paint beautiful sceneries.
5. Geraldine loves to participate
with the different activities that
develop her skills in dancing.
6. I studied well so that I can pass
the exam.
7. She loves to read African short
stories, especially Nick Joaquin’s
8. Kawa-Kawa Hill is a famous
tourist spot in Ligao City where
the famous sunflower garden can
also be found.
9. Philippines is a famous country
which has a fertile land.
10. I don’t want to break his trust
because he is a very important
friend of mine.

IV. Evaluation
Directions: Write a 10 sentence paragraph about an experience when your trust was broken by
someone. Box the independent clauses and encircle the dependent clauses.

Objective: To use independent and dependent clauses to express one’s idea or thought about
trusting someone

V. Agreement
 Study Adverb Clauses in Practical English 7, pages 135-136.