Topic: Subject & Predicate

Objective/Aim: The students will be able to understand and create the correct sentence structure with Subject & Predicate.

Tools: marker pen, whiteboard, pictures

Teaching Method:
Activity 1: Warm-Up
Ask some questions to check their previous knowledge about nouns, pronouns, and verbs.

Activity 2:
  • Invite students to focus their attention on the board where ample sentences will be written. Examples: Monkeys eat bananas. She plays chess. He reads novels.
  • Ask students to find subjects, verbs, and objects in these sentences. Examples: (subjects: Monkeys, She, He), (verbs: eat, plays, reads), and (objects: bananas, chess, novels).  
  • Underline subject and predicate on the board. Examples: Subject: Monkeys Predicate: eat bananas. Subject: She  Predicate: plays chess. Subject: He Predicate: reads novels.

Activity 3: 
Write sentences on the board and ask students to write down subjects and predicates about it in their notebooks and let them compare their findings with their classmates.

  • Divide the class into four groups. Give each group different pictures.
  • Ask them to discuss in their group and write multiple sentences using pictures and separate out subject and predicate from those sentences.
  • The group with the maximum number of correct examples will win.
Evaluation/Review: Write some sentences on the board and ask students to find subjects and predicates with the whole class orally.

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