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Greenwell Matongo Primary School

Lesson Plan

Name of teacher: Mr Kamwi R Day/Date: Fri, 27.09.2019


Name of Subject: English Second language Time: 12:40-12:50
Theme of lesson: Taking care Grade: 4
Topic: Interrogative sentences Skill: Grammar and usage

Teaching materials and resources to be used: Chart and chalkboard

Lesson objective: By the end of this lesson, learners will be able to apply knowledge of grammatical
rules at sentence level and identify different types of sentences such as a question (identify and explain
a question).

Monitoring homework: The teacher checks to see if learners have done their homework about a
friendly letter and instructs them to hand in their comprehension exercise books for marking.

Stages of the lesson:


Introduction: Ask the learners various random questions related to the lesson, to arouse interest and
wonder, which will help them guess the topic of the day.
Presentation: Give a brief explanation of what an interrogative sentence is and then highlight the
purpose of interrogative sentences. Ask the learners to give examples of interrogative sentences and
their purposes. Give them a short exercise in relation to the topic and corrections.
Conclusion: Recap on the lesson with the learners and then give homework.
Presentation of the lesson

Teacher’s activities Learners activities


Introduce the topic by asking random Answer the questions asked by the teacher and
questions and allow them to take a wild then guess the day’s topic.
guess of what the day’s topic is.
Tell them what the correct topic is and Explain what they think interrogative sentences
then ask them to explain what they think are, with examples.
the topic is about, with examples. By
doing so, the learners will also be giving
the purposes of interrogative sentences.
Give them the correct definition with Listen to the teacher’s explanation and activate
correct examples and then explain to them background knowledge by relating to their real
the purpose of an interrogative sentence. life experiences.
Ask the learners to give instances or Give examples.
examples from their life experiences or
just their own ideas.
Give them some rules and guidelines to Note down the rules and guidelines.
follow when forming and identifying
interrogative sentences e.g. the five Ws.
Give a short activity on a chart, in relation Copy and complete the activity from the chart.
to the topic
Allow learners to exchange their work and Learners exchange their books and mark each
then they mark the work themselves. other’s work.
Tell them to give back the books and then Give back the books and do corrections.
do corrections.
Recap by asking the learners questions Answer questions asked by the teacher to recap
related to the topic. the lesson.
Give homework. Copy down homework.

Homework: Identify situations in which interrogative sentences are used and then use the 6 Ws
to form questions.
Reflections: ……………………………………………………………………………………..
Comments by H.O.D: …………………………………………………………………………