Give a creative idea how to begin a lesson. The academic subject for which the text must be created - English. It should be for students stu...
Lesson start ideasGive a creative idea how to begin a lesson
Which subjectEnglish
What age groupYear or Grade 6
What topicGrammar
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To introduce students to the fundamentals of grammar and enable them to understand the key elements of sentence structures.



  1. Begin by introducing the lesson title, "Grammar Snapshots". Explain to the students that they will be taking pictures of sentences and identifying their basic components of grammar throughout the lesson.

  2. Show some examples of common sentence structures and their underlying grammar concept:

  1. Pass out the grammar workbook to each student and ask them to locate the above-mentioned grammar elements in the workbook.

  2. Divide the class into pairs and give them a camera or smartphone with a camera. Explain to students that they will look through the workbook to find examples of sentences that use one or more of the grammar components and take a photograph of it.

  3. Once they have taken the picture, students will write the sentence on the whiteboard and try to identify its grammar elements. As a class, discuss the correct grammar concepts present in each sentence.

  4. Wrap up the lesson by summarizing the key grammar concepts discussed and encourage students to continue to identify these elements on their own in their daily reading and writing.

By using visualization and technology, this fun and interactive lesson engages students with visual and hands-on learning experiences. This will help them to understand the fundamentals of English grammar while also enhancing their observation and writing skills.