Types of Sentences Activity - Four Types

Types of Sentences Activity - Four Types
Types of Sentences Activity - Four Types
Types of Sentences Activity - Four Types
Types of Sentences Activity - Four Types
Types of Sentences Activity - Four Types
Types of Sentences Activity - Four Types
Types of Sentences Activity - Four Types
Types of Sentences Activity - Four Types
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Are you looking for a fun and effective way to introduce your students to the four different types of sentences? Students will be introduced to declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory sentences. This cooperative learning lesson encourages students to think critically.

This is a student centered lesson with minimal teacher prep. The goal is to get students thinking about different types of sentences while writing working on their own writing.

Included in this Inductive Learning Lesson:

  • Complete Lesson Plan
  • Warm-up Activity
  • Group Activity - Classifying types of sentences: students will look analyze sentences and determine communities and group accordingly.
  • Students will write down their "prediction" about how the sentences should be grouped.
  • Students will do a "gallery walk" to compare their thinking to other groups' thinking.
  • Students will then read a passage and take notes about the different types of sentences.
  • Students will then apply what they read in the passage to either support or refute their original thinking.
  • Types of Sentences Practice Page to check for understanding or extra practice
  • Answer Key for the Types of Sentences Practice page
  • Students will analyze their own writing using the "Tally It" activity.
  • Students will think about and write what they can do to improve their own writing.
  • Students will then revise a piece of writing that they really like and want to improve using different types of sentences.

If you are teaching students about writing plots, you will want to check out this complete lesson: The Plot Chickens Read Aloud Companion and Writing Lesson

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Katherine

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