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I.

Learning Objectives
Identify sentence patterns;
differentiate the structures of the basic sentence pattern;
write sentences using the basic sentence pattern.

II. Learning Content
A. Subject Matter:
Basic Sentence Pattern

B. Key Concepts:
a. Subject is the doer of the action.
b. Transitive verb a verb that passes an action from the doer to the
receiver.
c. Intransitive Verb- a verb that asserts something about the subject and
does not need an object to complete its meaning.
d. Linking Verb- connects the subject to its complement
e. Direct object it is the receiver a transitive verb and answers the
question what.
f. Indirect object a noun in the predicate following a transitive verb; it
names the recipient of the direct object.
g. Objective complement it is a noun or pronoun which renames or
identifies the subject or an adjective which completes the verb and
modifies the subject.

C. Reference:
English Communication Arts and Skills through Philippine Literature
Pages 75-80

D. Materials
Pocket chart

E. Skills
Evaluating
Writing
Constructing of sentences
Listening

F. Values
Listening is a way of gathering information.

III. Learning Procedures

A. Motivation
Let the student sing the Basic Sentence pattern song

THE 7 SENTENCE PATTERN

Jesus wept
Jesus loves me
Jesus is God
Jesus is Holy
Jesus made me a crown
Jesus calls himself master
Jesus calls himself holy
Jesus calls himself holy

S-IV
S-TV-DO
S-LV-PN
S-LV-PA
S-TV-IO-DO
S-TV-DO-OCN
S-TV-DO-OCA (2X)

We say it every day!

B. Lesson Proper:
1. Review the students with the important terms related in the discussion of
sentence pattern.
2. Present a pocket chart with the sentence pattern.
a. S-IV
Edward sings.
S IV
President Obama speaks.
S IV
The poets recited.
S IV

b. S-TV-O
Edward sings the national anthem.
S TV DO
President Obama gave a speech.
S TV DO
The poets recited the creation myth.
S TV DO

c. S-LV-C (Noun Complement)
He is my dad.
S LV C
The men are doctors
S LV C
Mr. Jones is the teacher
S LV C

d. S-LV-C(Adjective Complement)
He is funny.
S LV C
The men are lazy.
S LV C
Mr. Jones is angry
S LV C

e. S-TV-IO-O
The new candidate gives me hope.
S TV IO O
I offered the candidate my support.
S TV IO O
He gave the child a stern look.
S TV IO O

f. S-TV-O-OC (Objective Complement)
She called my father a liar
S TV O OC
I voted him, president.
S TV O OC
I decalared Queeny beautiful.
S TV O OC
They considered Dr. Rizal wise
S TV O OC

2. Explain the differences between the sentence patterns.
3. Call for students to identify the structure of the sentence pattern
4. Give sentences and let the students identify the pattern of the sentence.
5. Call students to give examples for each pattern.

C. Generalization:
Give a summary with example on the Basic sentence pattern.

IV. Evaluation

Let the students do the following exercises

Write used of the underline words in the sentence. Write S for subject, TV for
transitive verb and IV for intransitive verb and LV for linking verb, DO for direct
object and IO for indirect object, and OC for objective complement. And then on
the provided space before the number, identify whether the sentence is made up of
S-IV, S-TV-O, S-LV-C, S-TV-IO-O or S-TV-DO-OC pattern.

_______________1. Our early Civilization advanced greatly
_______________2. The man carved images of their anitos
_______________3. They called the sky Kaptan.
_______________4. The ladies give their love to the prince.
_______________5. The prince is a handsome man.

Assignment:
In a short bond paper, draw anything that would interest you. From your
drawing, construct sentences using the 5 Basic sentence patterns. (2 sentences in
each pattern)





Prepared by:
Rivera, Roxane
BSEDE IV-I