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Dec.

8, 2016

ENGLISH V
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Domain: Grammar
I.

Learning Competencies
A. Instructional Objective
Compose clear and coherent sentences using the appropriate grammatical
structures/Kinds of Adjectives
B. Expressive Objective
Observe politeness at all times

II.

A. Approach/Strategy: 4 As Approach / Picture Dictation


B. Materials: task card, charted activity, et.al.
C. References: http://www.myenglishpages.com/blog/how-to-teach-prepositions-ofplace/ http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/prepositions-of-place-exercise1.html

III.

Procedure:
1. Activity
The teacher shall group the students into 4. Each group shall be given a task
card which contains picture dictation where each group shall have to follow the
instructions written there to be able to draw the correct picture.
(reporting shall follow afterwards)
2. Analysis
Was each group able to come up with the correct picture?
Why or why not?
What phrases appertain to places?
How do you call theses phrases?
How do you call the first word youve found in each phrase?
What does it mean by preposition of place?
What other examples of prepositions of place do you know?

When do we use at? in? on? under? before? after? etc.


3. Abstraction
Prepositions of Place are used to show the position or location of one thing with
another. It answers the question "Where?"

Preposition
of place

Explanation
inside

Example
I watch TV in the living-room
I live in New York
Look at the picture in the book
She looks at herself in the mirror.

in

She is in the car.


Look at the girl in the picture
This is the best team in the world
used to show
an exact
position or
particular
place
table
at

events

I met her at the entrance, at the bus


stop
She sat at the table
at a concert, at the party
at the movies, at university, at work

place where
you are to do
something
typical (watch
a film, study,
work)
on

attached

Look at the picture on the wall

next to or
along the side
of (river)

Cambridge is on the River Cam.

used to show
that
something is in
a position
above
something else
and touching
it.

A smile on his face

left, right

My favorite program on TV, on the


radio

a floor in a
house

The book is on the desk

The shop is on the left


My apartment is on the first floor
I love traveling on trains /on the
bus / on a plane

used for
showing some
methods of
traveling
television,
radio
by, next to,
beside,
near

between

behind

in front of

not far away


in distance

The girl who is by / next


to / besidethe house.

in or into the
space which
separates two
places, people
or objects

The town lies halfway between Rome


and Florence.

at the back
(of)

I hung my coat behind the door.

further
forward than

She started talking to the man in

someone or
something else

front of her

under

lower than (or


covered by)
something else

the cat is under the chair.

below

lower than
something
else.

the plane is just below the the cloud

above or
higher than
something
else,
sometimes so
that one thing
covers the
other.

She held the umbrella over both of


us.

over

Most of the carpets are over $100.


I walked over the bridge
She jumped over the gate

more than.
across from
one side to
the other.
overcoming an
obstacle

above

across

higher than
something
else, but not
directly over it

a path above the lake

from one side


to the other of
something
with clear
limits /
getting to the

She walked across the field/road.


He sailed across the Atlantic

other side

through

to

from one end


or side of
something to
the other

They walked slowly through the


woods.

in the
direction of

We went to Prague last year.

bed

I go to bed at ten.

towards the
inside or
middle of
something and
about to be
contained,
surrounded or
enclosed by it

Shall we go into the garden?

towards

in the
direction of,
or closer to
someone or
something

She stood up and


walked towardshim.

onto

used to show
movement
into or on a
particular
place

I slipped as I stepped onto the


platform.

used to show
the place
where

What time does the


flight fromAmsterdam arrive?

into

from

someone or
something
starts:
4. Application
A. Construct a sentence about the picture.

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10.

B. Written
Write the correct preposition to complete each sentence.
1. Hes swimming ___________ the river.

2. Wheres Jaymee? Shes ___________ school.


3. The plant is ___________ the table.
4. The spider is ________ the bathroom.
5. Please put those apples ___________ the basket.
6. Frank is ___________ holiday for three weeks.
7. There are two pockets ________ this bag.
8. I read the story __________ the newspaper.
9. The cat is sitting ______ the chair.
10.

Lucy was standing ________ the bust stop.

11.

Ill meet you ________ the cinema.

12.
13.

She hung a picture __________ the wall.


John is _________ the garden.

14.

Theres nothing _________ TV tonight.

15.

I stayed ___________ home all weekend.

16.

When I called Lucy, she was _________ the bus.

17.

There was a spider _________ the ceiling.

18.
19.
20.

Unfortunately, Mr. Brown is ________ the hospital.


Dont sit ________ the table. Sit _________ a chair.
There are four cushions ____________ the sofa.
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