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Adjectives and nouns
Elementary level


In this lesson sts will practice animal names and their sounds while they practice on describing them through comparision to other creatures.


Abc String or a measurement
Abc Animal cards&tape
Abc Red,green and black pen

Main Aims

  • To provide oral language development and oral fluency
  • To expose students to models of standard
  • Multi-sensory vocabulary drilling(auditory&visual)

Subsidiary Aims

  • To consolidate the word in kinesthetic way with the added use of movement.
  • To give sts the opportunity to apply the vocabulary and skills of the lesson while they compare their personal experiences
  • To introduce new words in a way that activates as many sensory channel as possible
  • Exposure of adjectives through asking questions and making comparision.


Warmer/Lead-in (5-7 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

The teacher puts the image on WB and elicit each name from the students. Each name and sound will be practiced several times. 1-Cat meow meow (I say cat you say meow meow) T-WC Dog Wuff wuff Duck quack quack Hemster Rabbit 2-Repeat all at once asking them to sound like the animal. Controled practice with WC. 3-T gets a volunteer and she asks Touch the dog etc. 4-Give five of the students one of the paper ask them to hold up. 5-Ask them to put them on WB. 6-Lets say them all again. (Fantastic!) (Excellent,very good)

Exposure (5-8 minutes) • To provide context for the target language through a text or situation

The teacher ask sts simple question such as; Big-Small Is hamster a big animal? Is hamster a small animal? Is dog a big animal? Is dog a small animal? Comparison questions by using the measurement/string. Ask one students to come to WB and show the class. Which animal is bigger? The dog or the hamster. **Elicit the answer. The dog is bigger than the hamster. ***Use different colors while writing. Red/green/black pen. Fat Is hamster a fat animal? Is duck a fat animal? Which animal is fatter? The hamster or the duck? Elicit : The hamster is bigger than the duck.

Highlighting (5-7 minutes) • To draw students' attention to the target language

Short-tall Put the picture on WB and elicit the names from the sts. Is George tall? Is Adam short? Who is shorter? Adam is shorter than George. George is taller than Adam. ***Make a song with clicking your fingers.

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