ing and ed Adjectives
To provide students with clarifications, learning tips and clues on identifying, ''ing- and -ed'' adjective grammatically. Through Lead in activities, MFP, Controlled practice, and Freer practice.
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a Followed methodology, with freer practice task.
Procedure (45-59 minutes)
T asks SS: How are you guys feeling? T begins the lesson by engaging students to Look, Think and discuss. "Two pictures on google slide presenting 2 opposite ''ing'' adjective" Boring and exciting Instructions: Discuss with your partner think of an adjective to describe picture no:1 and no: 2 and why? You have 3 minutes for this task T sends a link and opens breakout rooms T elicits from SS
Students will be guided through an ing and ed adjective task to help them to identify the right fit for the sentences. It will be a guided discovery to expose them to the identification and differences in the sentence formation of ''ing and ed'' adjectives.
With CCQs and open class feedback obtained and guided from the students' performance in the previous tasks. A few questions will be asked to check in with the stage and pace of learning, learners' awareness, and lesson engagement level.
In this section, the teacher will use demo instruction and CCQs to clarify the task for the students to answer, discuss, and compare in the BORs. Learning activities on MFP will be assigned via a google slide link to be answered by the students in pairs and it will be checked via an OCFB
This learning section will be followed through by a guide discovery technique. Students will work together in pairs of 2, to choose answers, compare and justify their answers with an explanation on how ing and ed adjective is used differently in a single sentence.
This will be an OCFB activity with all the students in the main room. Students will be nominated to present their answers on behalf of their zoom room's teams.
In this section students, productive skills will be encouraged, acknowledged, and developed through an outline of open-ended and personal questions.