Intermediate sentence structure
At the end of the lesson, the student will be able to identify the components of intermediate sentence structure, explain the differences between them, and correctly use them in their own writing.
-Whiteboard and markers
-Sentence structure diagram
-Sentence structure exercises
Explain to the student that today’s lesson will cover intermediate sentence structure. This is an important part of writing, as it allows writers to communicate their ideas more clearly and effectively.
-Provide a brief overview of intermediate sentence structure components, including subject, verb, and object.
-Explain the differences between main clauses and subordinate clauses.
-Provide examples of different sentence structures and discuss how they can be used in writing.
-Discuss the importance of punctuation and its role in intermediate sentence structure.
-Give the student a sentence structure diagram and have them identify the components of each sentence.
-Provide sentence structure exercises for the student to practice their skills.
Summarize the importance of intermediate sentence structure and its components. Give the student tips on how to use them correctly in their own writing.
-Learned intermediate sentence structure components and their differences
-Discussed intermediate sentence structure examples and importance
-Practiced identifying components in sentence structure diagram
-Practiced using intermediate sentence structure in exercises
-Summarized importance of intermediate sentence structure and how to use it correctly