Grammar to provide students with sense of using many adjectives in the right order
Speaking so students can practice the grammar they have learnt
Procedure (27-46 minutes)
the teacher shows the class picture of a different cloth items then he asks them, what is this? he writes answers on the white board, he asks students to discuss in pairs what they think of them and if why they think of them like that
From the feedback on the lead-in the teacher gets students opinions on the stuff you have seen and tries to get as many adjectives as possible write on the whiteboard randomly then he asks students to get in pairs and write one or two sentences in which they use as many adjectives as possible. the teacher gets students' sentences.
Based on the previous exposure the teacher chooses three sentences from the students' answers (two are wrong and one is correct) or he may provide them himself then gets students in pairs to discuss which sentence is correct. after choosing the right sentence the teacher tries to elicit each adjective's family (big/small/.....refers to size) he tries to elicit as many adjectives as he can and writes them in category. adds some other nous then gets students in pairs/or groups to write as many sentences as they can using the different adjectives
The teacher gives students a handout with 9 sentences that includes a noun and adjectives ordered randomly. he gives students five minutes to put them in the right order and produce the correct sentences either in groups or in pairs. then in their groups/with partner they check their answers in the article.
The teacher asks students to get in pairs and think of a famous star and gives three minutes for them to write as many adjectives as they can so they can describe that star. Each student gets its time to do that without writing the star's name then The teacher asks students to swap their description and try to find any error then he asks them to read that for the class and class will have to gues whom the student is describing.
Students get time to look at each other then they change their partners and mingle to describe what they are wearing and corrrect each others