Detailed lesson plan sentence structure;simple & compound
1. Detailed Lesson Plan in English III
By Vilclinton L. Ferrer
September 20, 2012
Given the actual situation, students are expected to:
1. Compare the structure of simple and compound sentences.
2. Know the three ways in which simple sentences may be linked to form compound
4. Write simple and compound sentences.
II. SUBJECT MATTER
A. Topic: Sentence Structure; Simple and Compound Sentences.
B. Reference: www.Ehow.com, www.wikipedia.com, and
• Pieces of paper with short text ( words and phrases)
• Manila Paper ( containing the lesson)
III. PROCEDURE: Pyramidal Approach
TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY
Good Afternoon class!
Good Afternoon Sir!
Please stand up for our opening prayer
(Students will rise)
(The teacher will lead the prayer)
You may now take your seats.
Thank you Sir.
(The teacher will call each student’s name
for the checking of attendance)
(Students will say “present” when they are
Ok class, I have here pieces of papers. Set A
and set B containing words and phrases.
What you will do is to combine these words
and phrases in order to form a sentence.
Remember that a sentence always begin