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Flipped Lesson Plan in Teaching Interactive Storytelling

I- OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to

a. share personal opinion about the ideas presented in the material viewed

b. locate the literary devices used in the text

c. analyze literature as a means of valuing other people and their various

circumstances in life

II- SUBJECT MATTER:

Topic: I HAVE A DREAM by Martin LUTHER King Jr.

References: Online videos, Reading materials

Instructional Materials: Tv, Online videos, Internet

III- PROCEDURE:

A. PREPARATION

 Prayer

The teacher asks a student to lead the prayer

 Review

 Presentation of objectives
The teacher presents the objectives through tv

 Pretest

 Motivation

The teacher flashes the question on tv

How do you contribute to an equitable, respectful, and just society for

everyone?

B. PRESENTATION

BEFORE CLASS

 The Teacher presents the title of the story as well as the sources of the online

videos they are going to watch.

 The teacher lets the student watch video about a short background of the

author

 The teacher presents the guide questions

 Do you have any idea how it feels to be an exile in your own land?

 Can you imagine what could possibly happen if their efforts for

change would generate physical violence in the process?

 How can you make justice roll down like waters, and righteousness

like a mighty stream?

 Have you been mistakenly judged before because of your physical

appearance?

 Can you say you are free? How does it feel to be free?
C. DISCUSSION

DURING CLASS

 The teacher lets the students watch a video the speech of Martin Luther

King Jr, entitled “ I Have a Dream”

 The teacher lets the students answer the guide questions

 The teacher ask the students to share their own insights about the story.

D. APPLICATION

 The teacher lets the students answer the activity.

Directions: Locate the following literary devices found in the text.

LITERARY DEVICES EXAMPLES STATED IN THE

TEXT

1. Repetition

2. Parallelism

3. Metaphor

4. Analogy
AFTER CLASS

IV- EVALUATION

 Posttest

V- ASSIGNMENT

The teacher lets the students deliver their own speech and upload it in our group

chat.