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TP 4b Adjective: superlative form
Pre-intermediate B1 level


In this lesson students will learn how to use and form adjectives(superlative) form in context of weather. Lesson begins by showing different pictures of weather phenomenon and follows up with discussion of different weather conditions. Then concept of adjective and its superlative form will be elicited with the sentences related to the context.


Abc Gap-fill handout

Main Aims

  • To provide clarification and practice of adjective: superlative form in the context of weather

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a discussion in the context of weather


Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

I am going to show pictures of 7 natural phenonemon and ask students if the have ever experienced these weather conditions. Then i am going to give them handouts with ex 1b ask them to read and answer the queston abut these weather phenomenon.

Exposure (8-10 minutes) • To provide context for the target language through a text or situation

I am going to tell students to find comon thing about the sentensec in ex 1b except they are in present simple and about weather. To support them i an going to underline superlative form of adjectives and inform about target language. The tallest clouds are cumulonimbus clouds. The world’s largest snowflake fell in 1887.

Highlighting (2-4 minutes) • To draw students' attention to the target language

I am going to give some more axamples about fact in which superlative form of adjectives are used . The Sahara desert is the hottest place in the world. Antarctica is the coldest place in the world. Istanbul is the most beautiful city in Turkey.

Clarification (8-10 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the target language

I am going to draw three column on the board and explain how superlative form of adjective is formed and write more examples to clarify the taarget language• One syllable words - add “est” to the word. Remember that it is sometimes necessary to double the final consonant. Examples are: tall to tallest and big to biggest. • Two and three syllable words - use “most” or “least.” Examples include most difficult and least expensive. If information below would be unclear to students • (One syllable words ending with an “e” - only add “st” like fine to finest or rare to rarest.) • (Two-syllable words ending with a “y” - change the “y” to an “i” and add “est.” Two examples are crazy to craziest and silly to silliest. ) 1. then after a comparative is pronounced with a schwa in connected speech. “He is taller than me”: /tɔːlə ðən/. 2. as when talking about equality (or inequality) is pronounced with a schwa: “He’s not as tall as me”: /əz tɔːl əz/.

Controlled Practice (8-10 minutes) • To concept check and prepare students for more meaningful practice

I am going to ask some CCQ questions with example of three mobile phones Big- the biggest Is this mobile phone big? Yes. Is this bigger than first one? Yes Is the third mobile phone bigger than first and the second mobile phone? Yes how do we say to show that the third is the ... among mobile phones, and ask students to do ex 3 p53

Free Practice (8-10 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language

Students are given cards with some questions about climate, mountains, etc and will be asked to make two lines by standing face to face and ask the questions in the card.

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