Corporación Educativa Colegio Internacional Cartagena CLASE Versión 01-11 Código FO-DC-01 Página 1 de 5 Área: Idiomas Asignatura: Inglés Curso: 8 -9 Fecha: 12/03/12 Periodo: I Nº Horas: 6hr Semana: 7 Docente: Evelin Trinidad Peña Jerez Tema: General Review Indicador Identify the Declarative and Interrogative Sentences; Imperative and Exclamatory de Logro Sentences: ; Subjects and Predicates. Exploración Declarative and Interrogative Sentences; Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences: ; Subjects and Predicates Contextualización SUBJECT AND PREDICATE Every sentence has a subject and predicate. The subject tells whom or what the sentence is about. For example; The house, The car, or The teacher. The predicate tells what the subject is or does. For example; (The house) is white, (The car) is blue, or (The teacher) likes students. The house is white.EMOCIÓN The car is blue. The teacher likes students. TYPES OF SENTENCES There are four sentence types in English. The first sentence type is the most common: Declarative A declarative sentence "declares" or states a fact, arrangement or opinion. Declarative sentences can be either positive or negative. A declarative sentences ends with a period (.). Examples Ill meet you at the train station. The sun rises in the East. He doesnt get up early.
Corporación Educativa Colegio Internacional Cartagena CLASE Versión 01-11 Código FO-DC-01 Página 2 de 5ImperativeThe imperative commands (or sometimes requests). The imperative takes no subject as you isthe implied subject. The imperative form ends with either a period (.) or an exclamation point(!).ExamplesOpen the door.Finish your homeworkPick up that mess.InterrogativeThe interrogative asks a question. In the interrogative form the auxiliary verb precedes thesubject which is then followed by the main verb (i.e., Are you coming ....?). The interrogativeform ends with a question mark (?).ExamplesHow long have you lived in France?When does the bus leave?Do you enjoy listening to classical music?ExclamatoryThe exclamatory form emphasizes a statement (either declarative or imperative) with anexclamation point (!).ExamplesHurry up!That sounds fantastic!I cant believe you said that!Conceptualización
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Corporación Educativa Colegio Internacional Cartagena CLASE Versión 01-11 Código FO-DC-01 Página 4 de 5 Producción Pre-assessment: 1. Look at the sentences below. Tell whether the colored part of the sentence is the subject, predicate, or neither. The horse ran in the field. Subject Predicate Neither The people in the house are having a party. Subject Predicate Neither Mom asked me to go to the store. Subject Predicate Neither The U. S. President spoke to the American people. Subject Predicate Neither Jose rode her bike to school. Subject Predicate Neither The students of Kennedy School watched the presentation by the jugglers. Subject Predicate Neither Melanies mother drove her to the doctor in Chicago. Subject Predicate Neither The defensive tackle of the Chicago Bears missed the running back as he ran by. Subject Predicate Neither Josephs brother bought a new car. Neither Subject PredicateACCIÓN
Corporación Educativa Colegio Internacional Cartagena CLASE Versión 01-11 Código FO-DC-01 Página 5 de 5 Modelación 1. Taller: (estas son preguntas o actividades del tema o temáticas de la clase) Workshop in a sheet of paper. (in the classroom) Lectura Complementaria :EVALUACION -Platform presentations about the topics. Bibliografía : Eglsh page Free online English lessons & ESL / EFL resources