At the end of the lesson, the student will be able to use basic interjections with confidence.
Warm-up (5 minutes):
• Ask students to recall different interjections they may have heard in the past (e.g., wow, ouch, oh no!).
• Ask students to think of a situation in which they could use an interjection.
Explanation (10 minutes):
• Explain to the students that interjections are words that express emotion, such as surprise, excitement, or disbelief.
• Provide a list of common interjections to the students and explain the emotions they usually represent (e.g., wow = excitement, ouch = pain, oh no! = disbelief).
• Ask the students to explain the emotion behind each of the interjections.
Practice (10 minutes):
• Ask the students to come up with a list of sentences that use interjections.
• Ask the students to explain the emotion behind each of the sentences.
• Give the students an example of a situation and ask them to come up with a sentence that uses an interjection to express emotion in that situation.
Conclusion (5 minutes):
• Ask the students to recall the different emotions behind each of the interjections.
• Ask the students to explain the difference between interjections and other words used to express emotion.
• Warm-up: Recall different interjections and think of a situation in which they can be used.
• Explanation: Interjections express emotions such as surprise, excitement, or disbelief.
• Practice: Come up with sentences using interjections, explain the emotion behind them, and use interjections in a given situation.
• Conclusion: Recall the different emotions behind interjections and explain the difference between interjections and other words used to express emotion.