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Factor, Eloisa Monique R. CTP ED. 4 ENGLISH LESSON PLAN Learning Objectives 1. Students will be able to recall the definition of a noun. 2. Students will be able to define the different types of nouns - abstract nouns and concrete nouns. 3. All students will participate actively in the activities prior to the discussion of the topic. 4. Students will be able to draw their own symbol for the abstract that they will choose. Learning Content Types of Nouns 1. Abstract Nouns 2. Concrete Nouns Materials, Supplies & Resources: CD, overhead projections, scavenger hunt list, scavenger hunt materials, dictionary, symbols, paper, crayons/markers Learning Experiences A. Introduction 1. Begin by reminding the class that while there are different types of nouns, a noun is first and foremost a person, place, thing or idea. Show several different pictures to demonstrate the idea of person, place, and thing. When you discuss ideas, remind them that an idea is abstract so you cannot have a picture of it. Instead, include pieces of paper that have words like "information" or "behavior" written on them to represent "abstract" nouns. B. Development of Lesson Sequenced Instructional Strategies: 1. Have a student explain to the rest of the class what a scavenger hunt is. Display list of nouns and have a scavenger hunt. 2. Go through noun list and check off each that was found. After going through list question students as to why the abstract nouns weren’t found. Have a student look in dictionary to make sure they are nouns. Create disequilibrium. 3. Explain difference between concrete and abstract nouns. Allow the students to provide their own interpretations by giving them a hint that the nouns on the list that they were able to find are concrete. 4. Introduce symbolism – show a heart, the color blue and music symbol on the overhead projector and ask students to share their ideas about which nouns they may match.

5. Ask students to choose their own abstract noun and draw a symbol for it. Share. 6. If time permits allow students to work with magnetic poetry creating poems about an abstract noun. Evaluation Note students’ response to scavenger hunt. Note students’ drawings of abstract nouns. If time permits, note students’ ability to create a poem about an abstract noun.

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