To provide clarification and practice of Superlative form of the adjectives in the context of world records
To provide scan reading practice using a text about world records.
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of world records
Procedure (41-55 minutes)
The lesson starts with a quiz about Guinness World Records. T hands out the quiz which is in the form of multiple choice and the students try to guess the records of the given things.
T hands out the text in which the students can find the correct answers of the quiz. The students compare their answers with the text and see if they were able to make accurate guesses.
T highlights the superlatives from the text and asks the students if they know where we use them.
T asks three students to come to the board and asks the other students to identify the tallest one.Then the students complete the table on their worksheets with the superlative forms of the adjective by looking at the bold words on the text. After that, the students compare their answers with each other.
The students fill in the blanks in the worksheet which is about the spelling rules of superlatives. Following this, T hands out the jumbled sentences and asks the students to put the given words into the correct order in order to make sentences. The students work in two groups and try to unscramble the sentences. Then they check their sentences with each other.
T hands out the 'Geographic World Records' worksheet. The students make superlative sentences about the four oceans in the pictures. Then they check their answers in pairs.
T hands out the speaking cards. The students work in pairs and each pair gets one card. The students ask questions to their partners using the cards they have, in the form of 'Who is the ....... student in the class?'