Imperative Sentences with "Monsters Eat Whiny Children"
Students will learn the purpose of and how to write an imperative sentence. They will recognize the implied “you” in imperative sentences and understand that imperative sentences are complete sentences, not sentence fragments. Students will be shown examples of imperative sentences and write their own examples with a partner. Students will then listen to the book “Monsters Eat Whiny Children” by Bruce Eric Kaplan and create their own whiny-child recipe using imperative sentences.
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