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LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH

I. OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
A. identify the different tenses of verbs
B. distinguish the part of each tenses of verb.
C. Costruct sentences using the tenses.

II. SUBJECT MATTER:


Topic: The 12 Tenses of Verbs
Reference:
Materials: LCD Projector, Powerpoint presentation

III. LESSON PROPER


A. Daily Routine:
a. Prayer
b. Greetings
c. Checking of Attendance
d. Checking of Cleanliness and Orderliness

B. Motivation:
The students will be grouped into 5. The leader will picked 3 words on a bowl. They will be
given enough time to think how they will put the words in a sentence and act it in front. Groups who
will form a sentence that is gramatically correct will be the winner and will get n additional points in
the quiz

C. Discussion:
Twelve Tenses of the verb
Formula
PRESENT (main verb)
I study English.
He studies English.

PAST (past tense of main verb)


I studied English.
He studied English.

FUTURE (will or shall + main verb)


I will study English.
He will study English.

PRESENT PERFECT (have or has + past participle of verb)


I have studied English.
He has studied English.

PAST PERFECT (had + past participle of verb)


I had studied English.
He had studied English.

FUTURE PERFECT (will or shall + have + past participle of verb)


I will have studied English.
He will have studied English.

PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (form of "be" verb + "ing" form of main verb)


I am studying English.
He is studying English.

PAST PROGRESSIVE (past tense of form "be" verb + "ing" form of main verb)
I was studying English.
He was studying English.

FUTURE PROGRESSIVE (will or shall +be + "ing" form of main verb)


I will be studying English.
He will be studying English.

PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE (have or has + been + "ing" form of main verb)
I have been studying English.
He has been studying English.

PAST PERFECT PROGRESSIVE (had + been + "ing" form of main verb)


I had been studying English.
He had been studying English.

FUTURE PERFECT PROGRESSIVE (will or shall + have + been + "ing" form of main verb)
I will have been studying English.
He will have been studying English.

IV. GENERALIZATION

V. EVALUATION
VI. ASSIGNMENT