- Subject: English Language/Grammar
- Driving Question: Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
- Pedagogical Method: 5 E Instructional Method
- Grade Level: 2, 3
- Duration: 1 period
- Delivery Method: Online
● Materials: laptops/tablets/Mobile phones
Also find attached the necessary resources in the Files section
- Identify imperative and exclamatory sentences
- Use end marks correctly
Activate students’ prior knowledge by asking them to explain declarative and interrogative sentences and give examples of the 2 kinds of sentences. (You can share the screen and record students’ answers on Google Jamboard.)
- Share the screen and write the following sentences on Google Jamboard.
- Look behind you.
- Wow, you are so elegant.
- Tell students that these two sentences are different and that they have to explore the differences between them by answering the following questions ( Share the questions on Google Jamboard):
- What does the first sentence give?
- What does the second sentence express?
- How do these two sentences end?
Have students work in groups to think about the questions and find the differences. Choose representatives to share their groups’ answers and explain them to their classmates.
- Have students explain how these two sentences are different.
- Then, explain to students the following:
1. The first sentence that gives an order or a command is called an imperative sentence, and it must end with a period.
2. The second sentence that expresses an emotion or a feeling is called an exclamatory sentence, and it must end with an exclamation mark.
Invite students to do worksheet 1 individually. Listen to students’ answers and give feedback to clarify any misconceptions.