Lesson Plan on The Interrogatives | English Grammar

Are you searching for a lesson plan for an English Grammar topic? In this post, you will learn how to prepare a lesson plan for teaching English Grammar. I have given a sample lesson plan on the topic The Interrogatives which will be very helpful for teaching English Grammar in class 9 or class 10.

Lesson Plan on The Interrogatives | English Grammar lesson plan for B.Ed.

The Interrogatives English Grammar Lesson Plan for B.Ed.

As a B.ed. pursuing students or B.ed. trainee you have to learn how to prepare a lesson plan. You have to make a lesson plan before every class you will do in peer teaching or practice teaching period. So, it is mandatory to learn how to properly prepare a lesson plan before doing a class.

If you have the English Method paper in your B.Ed. course, here I have given a sample lesson plan of English grammar. The topic of this English Grammar lesson plan is The Interrogatives. This English Grammar Lesson Plan will be very helpful for those who are pursuing B.Ed. course.

This lesson plan which is on the topic of Interrogatives will be also helpful for an English teacher to teach English Grammar in class 9 or class 10. This topic is taken from the English Grammar textbook “An Approach to English Grammar”. So, this will be a perfect fit for teaching SEBA students in classes 9 or 10.

Sample Class 9/10 English Grammar Lesson Plan for B.Ed.

The complete lesson plan on the topic of Interrogatives is given below. After carefully observing and understanding this English Grammar lesson plan, you will be able to make your own lesson plan properly.

Identification of Data:

School:
Class: IX
Average Age: 14+
No. of Students:
Time: 40 Minutes
Subject: English (Grammar)
Topic: The Interrogatives
Textbook: An Approach to English Grammar
Teacher’s Name:
Date:

General Objectives:

General objectives of teaching English are given in the lesson plan on “A Letter to God”.

Special Objectives:

KNOWLEDGE:

  1. The students will be able to recognize the use of question marks at the end of interrogative sentences.
  2. The students will be able to define interrogative sentences.

UNDERSTANDING:

  1. Most of the pupils will identify words that enable a sentence to be interrogative.

APPLICATION:

  1. Some of the pupils will be able to write interrogative sentences.

SKILL:

  1. Some of the pupils will be able to speak and know the correct intonation pattern of the interrogatives.

Teaching Ads:

  • General Teaching Aids: Chalk, Duster, Blackboard.
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Entering the class with a smiling face, the teacher will re-arrange the classroom if necessary. In order to introduce the day’s lesson, the teacher will ask the following questions –  

What is this? (Showing a piece of chalk)
Do you have the English textbook?                                            
Being satisfied with the student’s answer the teacher will ask – “Do you know what sentences you use to get answers?”
The students will welcome the teacher and will try to give answers.    

The students will try to answer correctly.

Announcement of the Topic:

After getting the expected responses the teacher will announce the topic and write it down on the blackboard.

“THE INTERROGATIVE”

The teacher will ask the students to note down the topic.

Presentation:

StepsTeaching PointTeacher’s ActivitiesPupils’ ActivitiesLearning Outcomes
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1. Definition: An interrogative sentence is one that asks a question and it always ends with a question mark (?). Example: “Where is your textbook?”    

2. Types of Interrogatives:
-“Wh” questions
-Yes/No

“Wh” questions are the questions that begin with “Wh” words.  

The “wh” words are – what, when, which, who, whom, how, etc.          
Yes/No Questions: Questions for which answer can be given either yes or no.    
The teacher will explain the definition of an interrogative sentence with examples for their better understanding.  

In order to assess the student’s learning, the teacher will ask the following questions – Give examples of interrogative sentences.      

The teacher will write down the types on the blackboard and explain them. He/she will ask the students to write it down in their notebooks.  

The teacher will give examples of ‘wh’ questions and write them on the blackboard –
1. What is your name?
2. Who are you? The teacher will provide more examples of ‘wh’ questions.  

In order to assess the student’s learning, the teacher will ask the following questions –
-Give an example “Wh” question.    

The teacher will provide some examples of yes/no questions –
-Can you help me?
-Will you come to school?
-Do you know him?  
In order to assess the student’s learning the teacher will ask the following questions – Give examples of yes/no questions.  
The students will note down the definition.    

The students will try to give the answers.        

The students will listen carefully and write it down in their notebooks.  

The students will try to give the answers.      
The students will listen attentively.  

The students will give the answers.      
The students will listen attentively and read silently.

They will note down the examples.      

The students will try to give the answer.
Knowledge                



Understanding          
       


Understanding            


Understanding

Conclusion:

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In order to evaluate their learning and conclude the day’s lesson, the teacher will ask the following questions to the students –
What is an interrogative sentence?
What are the types of interrogative sentences?  

Then, the teacher will consolidate the main points with the students and will write the following question on the blackboard as their homework and will ask the students to note it down –  
Homework:  
Q. Write ten “Wh” questions.
Q. Write ten yes/no type questions.                         

After the students write, the teacher will clean the board and leave the classroom.  
The students will try to give the answer.    

The students will corporate with the teacher.        

The students will note down the homework.    

The Interrogative | English Grammar Lesson Plan PDF

Above, I have given the complete lesson plan for the topic “The Interrogatives” which will be very helpful for B.Ed. pursuing students. This grammar lesson plan is for a 40-45 min class. If you are pursuing B.Ed., then you will be able to use this lesson plan in your peer teaching or practice teaching.

For a better understanding of the above lesson plan, I have given the PDF version of this English Grammar lesson plan on the topic of The Interrogatives. This PDF contains 5 pages in it.

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Keep in mind that, the format of the above lesson plan may not be similar to the format used in your teacher training institution. This is just a sample lesson plan to show how to properly prepare a lesson plan for any subject.

Although the format may be different, the contents will be the same in every format. If you want more lesson plans for the English subject, I have already published more than 20 lesson plans for the English subject.

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