To provide review, clarification and practice of comparatives in the context of daily life
To provide fluency in the context of daily life
Procedure (32-42 minutes)
I will use visuals such as washing machines, mobile phiones, cars and dish wahsers and will ask my students questions: Do they use it? Why do they use it? 10 years ago washing machins were better or not? then I will put on the board: "Are we living faster?" then "Are we living better?" This questions will prepare students both for the grammar and for the topic of the text.
I will ask to read the introduction to the article "We're living faster..." Is it optimistic or pessimistic? Why? Discussion in pairs then a general feedback form the class Then i will ask students to read the text and in pairs to cross out the wrong word from the exercise b :
at this stage I will give hand outs to my students with the table and the same table will be on the board I will ask my class to help me to full fill it. then we will drill irregular forms. Better, further and so on
At this stage I will ask my students to write comparative sentences doing the exercise.4C A from the New English File Pre-Intermediate
At this stage I will ask students in pairs or in small groups interview each other using this questions: