Grammar – Sentence Types Primary 2 (Basic 2) Term 2 Week 2 English Studies
THEME – GRAMMAR
PREVIOUS LESSON –
TOPIC: SENTENCE TYPES
By the end of the lesson, most of the pupils should have attained the following objectives –
1. explain why correct sentence structure is important.
2. being written sentences with capital letters.
3. explain types of sentence – statements, questions, commands and exclamations.
4. end written sentences with appropriate punctuation marks – period, full stops, question marks and exclamation marks.
The pupils can
The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of pupil’s basic activities on the chart.
METHOD OF TEACHING
Choose a suitable and appropriate methods for the lessons.
Note – Irrespective of choosing methods of teaching, always introduce an activities that will arouse pupil’s interest or lead them to the lessons.
Scheme of Work
9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum
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CONTENT OF THE LESSON
Sentences are groups of words that expresses a statement, question, command, or exclamation.
The following signs are used at the end of the sentences,
Full stop or period
TYPES OF SENTENCES
There are four (4) types of sentences. Each of this sentence allow us to express ourselves clearly.
1. Declarative sentences (statement)
2. Interrogative sentence (question)
3. Imperative sentence (command)
4. Exclamatory sentence
Declarative sentences are simple statements and end with period.
- The girl walked home.
- I love honey.
- My sister is a nurse.
Interrogative sentences are sentences that ask question and end with question marks.
- What’s is your name?
- How old are you?
- Are you okay?
Imperative sentence are sentences that force someone to do something.
Many of these sentences end with periods and some end with exclamatory marks.
- Don’t touch me.
- Stop disturbing me.
- Please, stay away from me.
Exclamation sentences are simple statements that express strong emotions.
They provide information and end with exclamation marks.
- Don’t talk, get out!
- I’m so mad at him!
- He actually won!
- You are late again!
To deliver the lesson, the teacher adopts the following steps:
1. To introduce the lesson, the teacher revises the previous lesson. Based on this, he/she asks the pupils some questions;
2. Displays chart showing the following punctuation marks – full stop (period), question mark and exclamation mark.
3. Lets the examine and write each of the sign, probably name them.
4. Tells the pupils the name of each punctuation mark.
5. Uses the punctuation marks to introduce the lesson and guide the pupils to analyze different types of sentences with appropriate punctuation.
Pupil’s Activities – Pay attention to the lesson introduction.
6. Guides pupils to make sentences and classify them as statements, questions or exclamation.
Pupil’s Activities – Make sentences and classify them as statements, questions or exclamation.
7. Lets the pupils listen to audio sentences, analyze and classify as statement, questions and exclamation.
Pupil’s Activities – Listen to audio sentences, analyze and classify as statement, questions and exclamation.
9. Summarizes the lesson.
Pupil’s Activities – Participate actively in the summary.
To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises the entire lesson and links it to the following week’s lesson.
Ask pupils to –
1. state 5 everyday activities.
2. complete a guided essay on, “what I do everyday.”
3. make 5 simple sentences about their daily activities.