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Rules of ‘Simon Says’. 1. Teacher draws pupil’s attention Teaching aid (s):
Set Induction
with game ‘Simon Says’. - Slide
(5 minutes) 1. One person plays the role of ‘Simon’.
2. Teacher explains the rules of
2. Simon stands in front of players and
‘Simon Says’.
gives instructions to do actions.
3. Teacher as Simon and students
3. If Simon begins the sentence by
as players.
saying “Simon says…” then everyone
4. Teacher introduces the topic with
is required to do the action. If not then
PPT slide.
the players are not allowed to do the
4. If players doesn’t obey the instruction
or break the rules, they are out and
are eliminated from this game.
1. Teacher uses slides to explain Teaching aid (s):
Presentation Definition of imperative sentence:
definition of imperative - Slide
(15 minutes) A sentence that gives advice, direction,
request and order. Thinking skill (s):
2. Teacher asks pupils to read aloud
- Making connections.
the slide.
3. Teacher asks pupils what they
understand about imperative
4. Teacher explains the functions of
imperative sentences.
5. Teacher asks pupils give some
example of imperative sentences
based on different function.
6. Teacher shows examples of
imperative sentences that will use
by the real life heroes (firefighter,
traffic police etc.).

Activity 1: Match images with sentences 1. Teacher show pupils the image of Teaching aid (s):
1. Please open your book. the signs and sentences.
(20 minutes) - Pictures
2. Do not litter. 2. Teacher asks pupils to match the
- Slide
3. Do not cross the road. signs with the commands given.
- Passage
4. Do not smoke. 3. Teacher check the answer with
pupils. Thinking skill (s).
4. Teacher distributes passage to - Making connections.
each pupil. - Solving problems.
5. Pupil are ask to find imperative
sentences in the passage and
underline the answer.
6. Pupils complete the task by
7. Teacher discuss answer with
8. Remedial: Teacher will explain
Activity 2: Search It the function of imperative
Passage ‘The Policeman and the Thief’ sentence again and guide pupils
who not able to complete the
1. Teacher divides pupils into three Teaching aid (s):
groups. - Pictures
(15 minutes)
2. Teacher shows few pictures and - Envelope with mission
asks pupils to write down suitable
Thinking skill:
3. Teacher distributes envelope
- Making connections.
which contain three different real-
- Solving problems.
life heroes (nurse, doctor,
policemen) to pupils.
‘Write & Play’ 4. Pupils need to give one situation
Imagine you are a teacher/ doctor/ and write out the dialog and must
policemen, what imperatives you will use include imperative sentences.
during work. Please give one situation and 5. Enrichment: Pupils need to use
write out the dialog and must include those imperatives they write to do
imperative sentences related to those a role play.
situation. Lastly, you need to do a role play 6. Teacher asks other pupils to state
with the sentences that you write. out imperative sentences that
have in the play.
Functions of imperative sentences: 1. Teacher asks pupils what they Teaching aid (s):
had learn in this lesson. - Slides
1. To give advice or suggestions
(5 minutes) 2. Teacher tells pupils to appreciate
2. To give directions Thinking skill:
our real life heroes because they
3. To make a polite request - Making connections.
willing to sacrifice to make the
4. To give orders - Making conclusions.
world a better place for us.
3. Teacher asks pupils to gather
imperative sentences in their real
life and produce a booklet.
4. Pupils need to share their booklet
with other pupil next lesson.