This is a simple yet great, fun and interactive MS Power Point presentation on declarative and interrogative sentences. My students love it! I love it!
I know there is a lot of information around. However, I wanted something more specific for my pupils, just enough for 5th grade standards. It is simple and easy to understand it. In my strong belief and as the practice shows, the slideshow provides all necessary information to succeed in 5th grade. No complication!
It is oriented to StoryTown Theme I "Finding a Way" Lesson 1 "Declarative and Interrogative Sentences" in Student’s Grammar Practice Book by Harcourt School Publishers. However, the other book users will find it very useful too.
- it has a link to YouTube video "No Fragments! - Subject and Predicate Song";
- it consists the MS Office 2016 based interactive quiz questions such as multiple choices, underline the subject, etc.
- it is linked with Quizzlet lesson;
- It explains the concepts of a sentence and fragment, declarative and interrogative sentences.
- this slideshow is guided by Grammar Lesson Plan - Declarative and Interrogative Sentences
(it is not included in the file).
♦ Define a sentence and a fragment;
♦ Determine the differences between a sentence and a fragment;
♦ Use complete sentences and recognize sentence fragments in writing and speaking;
♦ Define declarative and interrogative sentences;
♦ Distinguish the key factors when differentiating between declarative and interrogative sentences;
♦ Know and use conventions of declarative and interrogative sentences punctuation and capitalization;
♦ Demonstrate effective word choice, academic vocabulary, grammar and sentence structure allowing accurate communication of meaning in written work.
It is colorful! It is interactive! It is fun! It is goals achieving!
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