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Extreme adjectives - B2 -TP5
intermediate level, B2 level


this lesson, ss will learn extreme adjectives through discussions about films. They will learn the usage and pronunciation of these adjectives. Iwill start the lesson by asking ss :what are the different kinds of films which you prefer? and what is your favorite film?Then ss start a discussion in pairs. This is followed by a group-work based task exposing them to the related vocabulary.then i will tell them that we have extracts from reviews for different films,and they have to read the extracts and try to guess What kind of films does each review describe? then i will clarify the language target(meaning,phonology,and form). after that the ss get introduced to the second part of the vocabulary which deals with extreme adjectives through a pair-work practice , then they will learn how to use the adverbs(absolutely,really,very)with extreme adjectives.


Abc handmade written task
Abc POWER POINT to show video
Abc white board
Abc POWER POINT to show video

Main Aims

  • To provide clarification of extreme adjectives in the context of in the media.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To develop Ls writing
  • o provide fluency speaking practice in a discussion related to the context of in the media.
  • learn which adverbs cannot be used with the extreme adjectives.


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

introduce myself to the Ss by drawing my name (GTKY). then ask ss to discuss in pairs what kind of films do you prefer ?with examples . then ask them about their partner`s favorite film,after telling them about my favorite film. " I prefer the comedy films cause it make me feel delighted. and my favorite is yasmin abd elaziz`s brilliant move,abo shanab. she is a hilarious character she really can make me laugh."

Exposure and highlight (4-5 minutes) • To provide context for the target language through a text and draw Ss attention to the TL

I will ask them to work in pairs, read the extracts below from reviews for different films. And discuss: Is each review good, bad, or mixed? What kind of films does each review describe? I will ask them to find words in exercise 1 that mean the following: a) very good b) very bad c) very funny d) very silly.

Clarification of language focus (10-15 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the target language

i will show them pictures and ask them to describe each one by using extreme adjectives. then ask them do you know the meaning of extreme adjective? then try to elicit its meaning and using the white board to clarify the extreme adjective (freezing) to them.and tell them that the word () cold and freezing have the same meaning but different in degrees and freezing is stronger than cold. So, regular and extreme adjectives used in different ways, and they also follow different rules, let's see how: the adverbs(absolutely,really,very) absolutely can only be with extreme adjective,"very"with non-extreme adjective(regular adj.) "really" with both. using the W.B writ " she is very furious now" ask them to correct it . then elicit the meaning of(terrific , blockbusters , superb , joke, hilarious , ridiculous, dreadful) from them ,then ccqs then drilling ,then write the form .

Controlled Practice (2-3 minutes) • To concept check and prepare students for more meaningful practice

I will ask them to find words in exercise 1 that mean the following: a) very good b) very bad c) very funny d) very silly. EX.2 ,P65. then i will ask the students to match the extreme adjectives in A with an adjective in B. work in pairs

Semi-Controlled Practice (1-2 minutes) • To concept check further and prepare students for free practice

I will ask them to rewrite the headlines, using extreme adjectives to replace the adjective(s) underlined.

Free Practice (4-5 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language

I will ask them to write a paragraph about "social media" using several extreme adjectives.

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