Sentence Structure Lesson 5
|Mikro Lesson 3||Learning Outcomes||Method/Steps|
Subject – verb.
|-Learner will be able to identify subject and verb in a sentence.|
-Learner will be able to demonstrate understanding of basic sentence parts.
-Learner will be able to identify nouns.
|-T asks st "How many words can make a good sentence?"
-T elicits "2"
-T asks st "Do you know what one of those kinds of words are called?"
-T elicits "verbs"
-T asks st "What's the other one called? T writes on board "Subject" in a box.
-T tells st "Subjects can be many things, we will start with 'nouns' as 'subjects'.
-t asks writes 'noun' under ‘Subject’ box
-T asks st "What is a noun?" T shows st a cup of tea to st and asks "what happens when the teacher drinks lots of tea?"
-T elicits from st "need to go pee pee"
-T writes 'T, P, P' on board vertically
-T asks st to say "Drink T and go P,P" together
-T asks st "what does the 'T' mean?" T writes "things"
-T asks st "what does the 'P' mean?" T writes "people"
-T asks st "what does the next 'P' mean?" T writes "places"
-T asks st to say "T is for things, P is for people, P is for places"
-T asks st "so what is a noun?"
-T elicits "Things, People, Places"
-T shows st a picture from (Fuller House Season 1: Episode 7)
-T asks st to name as many "Things, People, Places"
-T elicits "sofa, dog, window, door,
-T checks answers with st
-T asks st to write down answers