Lesson Plan in English Essay

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Lesson Plan in English

I. Objectives:
Through the song entitled “Perfect Two” by Auburn, the students will be able to recognize and identify the most common types of the figures of speech and its usage in forming a sentence. At the end of the lesson, the students’ should be able to: 1. Identify the different types of figures of speech. 2. Classify the different types of figures of speech. 3. Construct a sentence using different kinds of figures of speech. 4. Recall the 5 commonly used figures of speech through quiz.

II. Subject Matter and Materials

A. Topic: Figures of Speech (Metaphor, Simile, Personification, Hyperbole & Irony) B. Year Level: 3rd Year High school C. Reference: Literature
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Words are used to convey meaning contrary to their literal sense. For example, I’m so glad you lost my cell phone. This means that she is not glad that you lost her cell phone.Another example from the class?Good! So now you already know the common types of the figures of speech.Any questions about our discussion/ topic today? | Figures of speech are words or group of words used to give particular emphasis to an idea or sentiment.Metaphor is simply making simple comparisons.No man is an island.It is a metaphor because there are two objects that used to be compared, the man and the island which is different but it suggests an image of comparison.Simile is the comparison of two unlike things but compared to metaphor; it has the present of the words like or as, and as if between two kinds of ideas or objects.John is brave as a lion.John possesses the same characteristic of a lion; that he is strong and brave.Chatur speaks like a parrot.I compared the voice of the parrot as Chatur’s voice. It means that he doesn’t have a good voice. It has the same characteristic but has different kind.Yes, sir!The moon is smiling.The rain is dancing.Hyperbole is a deliberate exaggeration or overstatement used for effect, such statements are not literally true, but people make them to sound impressive or to give emphasis or to emphasize something.I nearly die laughing.None, sir.She reaches the sky.Yes, sir.You have a nice body curve, is it a

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