By the end of this lesson students will be able to differentiate two types of adjectives; adjectives end with 'ed' and 'ing', in terms of meaning and usage.
To practise speaking in the context of describing feelings.
Procedure (42-30 minutes)
T shows pictures to set the context 'describe feelings' T asks SS 'what do these pictures have in common?' T asks SS 'what does she/he feel?'
T provides SS with a handout in which they need to match pictures with adjectives. T gives 90s to match it individually, then asks to check in pairs. T checks that all adjectives' meanings are clear. T Asks SS to do ex2 individually then in pairs. T starts O/C feedback.
T asks students 'who reads books' then ' what do you read now?', then ' why did you choose this book?' T writes on the board 'the book was interesting' and writes under it 'I was interested in the book', t elicit the difference.
T Provides SS with MCQ handout, T asks to do it individually. T ask SS to work individually, then to check in pairs. T starts O/C feedback.
T asks SS to use the same questions in the handout to interview each other. T asks SS to note what they hear interesting while the interview. T starts O/C feedback.