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# Deductive Lesson Plan in English

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I. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the end of 20-minute discussion the students will be able to:
A. Identify the classes of propositions involved in the given examples.
B. Differentiate the two propositions presented in class; and
C. Give more examples of each propositions presented.

II. LEARNING CONTENT
Two Classes of Propositions: Proposition of fact and
Proposition of policy
The Art of Argumentation and Debate
By: Africa
pp: 12-13
Material:
Manila paper with sample of propositions
Activity Sheets

III. LEARNING EXPERIENCES (Deductive method)
Teacherâ€™s Activity Studentsâ€™ Activity

A. Statement of the Problem
How did we define propositions lastÂ meeting? Will you define it for Â us Grace?We defined propositions last meeting as an expression in words of an act of judgment. You have a sharp memory, GraceÂ Proposition are an expression inÂ words of an act of judgment.

B. Statement of Generalization
For today we are going to talk about Â two classes of proposition. These areÂ Proposition of fact and Proposition Â of policy.

Have you heard of these?No yet SirÂ Okay. Proposition of fact isÂ one that is concerned with the truth Â or falsity of an act of judgment.
It aims at belief. It settles theÂ question: â€śIs this assertion true?â€ť
While, Proposition of policy is oneÂ that is concerned with the wisdom orÂ unwisdom, the expediency or Â inexpediency, of a course of action.
It aims at action. It answers the Â questions: â€śShould it be done?â€ťÂ â€śShould this course of action be followed?â€ť

Will you repeat what I have said about Â the two classes of propositions Emely?Proposition of fact is a class of proposition in which one that is concerned with the truth or falsity of an act of judgment. It aims at belief. It settles the question: â€śIs this assertion true?â€ť While, Proposition of policy is a class of proposition in which one that is concerned with the wisdom or unwisdom, the expediency orÂ inexpediency, of a course of action. It aims at action. It answers the questions: â€śShould it be done?â€ťÂ â€śShould this course of action be followed?â€ťÂ Well said Emely, you are really listening

C. Inference
Look at this example on the board.
Please read the first example, Jenny.â€śResolved, That elective city mayors are more efficient than appointive ones.â€ť Thank you, Jenny.

That is an example of theÂ Proposition of fact.

Why do you think the example
is Proposition of fact, Mariel?Because, it aims at belief. It settles the question under proposition of fact. What is that question under propositionÂ of fact, Nadine?
â€śIs this assertion true?â€ťSirÂ Good observation, Nadine.
Do you understand now the Proposition of fact?Yes Sir
Let us move on to the second example.
Presca?â€śResolved, That the Filipino women should be disfranchised.â€ť And this an example of Proposition of policy.
Why did I say so, Joyce?Because as we said, Proposition of policy is a class of proposition in which one that is concerned with the wisdom or unwisdom, the expediency or inexpediency, of a course of action. It aims at action. Thanks, Joyce.

D. Verification
Let us try to analyze two otherÂ examples showing this class of proposition.

Kindly read example 1, Queenieâ€śResolved, That the term of office of the President be six years, without reelection.â€ť Thank you, Queenie! This is called
Proposition of policy.

Kindly read example 2, Jeromeâ€śResolved, That the Chinese are a menace to our national security.â€ť Thank you, Jerome! This is called
Proposition of fact.

E. Restatement of Generalization
Is the lesson understood now?Yes Sir.

So, will you differentiate again
Proposition of fact and Proposition Â of policy, Christa.Proposition of fact states that it aims at belief while Proposition of policy aims at action.
Well said, Christa.

F. Evaluation
Let us try these illustrations on the board, identifyÂ which one is Proposition of fact and Â which one is Proposition of policy.
Also give your reasons why you said so.

Example 1
â€ťResolved, That The Filipino woman of yesterday was better than the Filipino woman of today.â€ť

Example 2
â€śResolved, That Capital punishment should be abolished.â€ť

Example 3
â€śResolved, That City mayors should be elected by popular vote.â€ť

Okay, time is up. Submit your paper.

IV. ASSIGNMENTS

A. Cite more examples of Proposition of fact and Proposition of policy. Then, to be submitted next meeting. This should be computerized in a short bond paper, double space, font must be 12 Times Roman. B. Read The proposition may not be formally expressed Ref. The Art of Argumentation and Debate By: Africa

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