English Language (Kinds of Sentences)


Good day Grade 7

Today's lesson will be on "Kinds of Sentences". There are 4 kinds of sentences in English Language (Declarative, Imperative, Exclamatory and Interrogative. We use a variety of these sentences in our writing to intrigue readers and communicate ideas effectively. Each sentence serves a different purpose when writing.

Let us understand what the 4 types of sentences are and utilize them in our writing!



Students should do the following steps

1. Watch the video on kinds of sentences. Write the definitions you see in your notebooks while watching the video.

2.Identify the kind of sentences.

3. Write 8 kinds of sentences.  Write 2 sentences that are example of each so you should have 2 declarative, 2 imperative, 2 interrogative and 2 exclamatory.



Complete this worksheet


Create your own examples of the kinds of sentences. Write 8 examples of each sentence. You should have 2 examples of each sentence.

1. Imperative:


3. Interrogative:




7. Exclamatory



Additional resources:



                                    Webquest Rubric

                                     Kinds of Sentences

  0-4 5-6 7-8
Worksheet Failed to identify the kinds of sentences. Is able to identify a few but needs to practice more Demonstrates and understanding and only made a few errors
Production of examples Failed to create the correct kind of sentences is able to create one examples of at least 2 kinds of sentences Demonstrates an understanding of 3 of the kinds of sentences but made a few errors


Production of examples


Is able to create examples of the 4 kinds of sentences

Answers questions correctly



 We have come to the end of our lesson this a recap of what was taught today. Please contact me via email if you need further clarity.


1. Declarative Sentence (statement)

Declarative sentences make a statement. They tell us something. They give us information, and they normally end with a full-stop/period.

2.. Interrogative Sentence (question)

Interrogative sentences ask a question. They ask us something. They want information, and they always end with a question mark.

3. Imperative Sentence (command)

Imperative sentences give a command. They tell us to do something, and they end with a full-stop/period (.) or exclamation mark/point .

(!)4. Exclamatory Sentence (exclamation)

Exclamatory express strong emotion/surprise—an exclamation—and they always end with an exclamation mark/point (!).

Teacher Page

Today's lesson was created for a grade 7 class . Students were tasked with first hearing and seeing the definitions . This was used for students to assist students with identifying and creating examples of their own. This lesson will allow students to use a variety of sentences to aid their writing skills.