Lesson 5 "Review"
- Show the understanding of terms;
- Identify, form, and use complete, declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory sentences, and interjections in writing and speaking;
- Recognize sentence and fragments;
- Identify complete and simple subjects and predicates.
Review of Theory:
Start the lesson by explaining the goal which is to review the unit and prepare for evaluation. Encourage your students to participate actively and without hesitation ask questions.
Then, ask if the students remember what the fragment is and display the slide #4. Clarify the answer by showing the slide #5. Continue the process with the slides #6 - 33.
Ask your students to do the exercises on the pages #17 and 18 on their Grammar Practice Book. Encourage your pupils to use the online Grammar Glossary or their interactive notebooks for reviewing the terms.
Show slide #35 and ask the students to prepare for an evaluation of the first unit/ theme based on the concepts of the following lessons:
Lesson 1 "Declarative and Interrogative Sentences"
Lesson 2 "Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences; Interjections"
Lesson 3 "Subjects and Predicates"
Lesson 4 "Complete and Simple Subjects and Predicates"
Use Quizlet.com as a platform for your practice.
Review Scoot Game:
Start the lesson by announcing to your students that today they will continue the review but in a different more fun way.
Show the slide #36 and explain your expectations to the students.
After 10 min stop the time and say aloud "Stop"/ "Time is up!". At this point, all teams should be at the desks. Then, ask the same questions from the task cards aloud and encourage volunteering teams to explain their answers. Clarify the correct answers. If it is desired calculate the scores.
Display the slide #27. Give out the sheets with the test. Students have no longer than 40 minutes to complete the worksheet with the evaluation.