By the end of this lesson, students will have practiced the use of comparative adjectives to compare two things, people, or actions.
To provide fluency speaking practice in the context of advertising.
Procedure (37-49 minutes)
Teacher projects many pictures to show things or people are different from each other in order to clarify comparison. - Teacher asks Sts to look at the pictures and ask them "What did you notice about the pictures?" - Teacher clarifies that the lesson is about how to compare between two things, people etc.
introduce the sts to comparative and superlatives by Taking three of the pictures that you used in the first activity. Stick them to the board. Under the shorter write "short". Point to the second person and teach/elicit "tall - taller - and on the third the tallest" and write that under the picture, underlining the "er" part (taller), and underline the "est" part (tallest). Next, place three "expensive" object pictures on the board. Write "expensive" under one and then ask what should be written under the other. You will probably get the answer "expensiver" - here teach the other and write form (more expensive) and most expensive.
handout the sts the irregular Adj and let them try answering them to test their knowledge, some of the adj are like good, bad. as well as other adj that has different endings such as big, fat, fast and heavy, happy. give them 2 mins to answer them, then let them check in pairs, give them feedback. and if they struggled, clarify and highlight it.
ask the students to work individually on exercise 1 page 47 on the student's book, give them 3 mints. after that let them discuss their answer with each other. give feedback.
ask them to do exersise 2 on page 47, let them work indivudaly for 5 mints, after they are done let discuss their answers in pairs, then give feedback. CCQs
give the student HO, that contains adjectives with comparative and superlatives forms. for the free practice ask them to work in pairs and do exercise 3 page 47, give them around 6 mins to discuss, then let them compare their ideas with other pair of students.