Teaching your students about two different types of sentences: declarative and interrogative? Look no more!
♦ 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.
This ZIP file includes:
♦ lesson plan;
♦ PPT presentation;
♦ Venn Diagram Foldable;
♦ Notebook Evaluation Rubric;
♦ Extra Credit ongoing project Instructions and Rubric.
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.
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