Adjectives And Modifiers
By the end of the lesson, ss will have practised adjectives in the context of describing appearances and feelings.
To practise listening and reading for specific information
Procedure (43-56 minutes)
I present two photos of a famous woman and a famous man asking the students to talk about them and describing them .I will give ss ccqs to guess the answer. The woman is the famous actress (Kate Winslet) and the man is the famous basketball player (Michael Jordan). I ask students to focus on the the two pictures (which show the features of two famous people) and the accompanying text. I give ss 2 minutes ,in breakout rooms, to guess the identity of two people
I ask ss to look at the picture and try to match the words with their pictures. I will demo one for them. I will ask ss to gent into breakout rooms to discuss their answers . on getting out, I will give them the answers. I will ask ss to complete sentences on exercise c using very, quite, and not very. I will help them if they don't know the differences.
I ask ss to think of a famous person. He or she may be an actor, a sportsman, a dancer, or any famous man. Ss will write 5 clues about that person and the other ss try to guess. I will get the ss into breakout rooms to discuss.
I ask the ss to look at the picture and try to match the words and pictures . I will get ss into breakout rooms to discuss then give the answers.
I ask ss to listen to the track and repeat. I will ask them to pay attention to the adjectives angry and hungry. I will ask one s to practise with me the following exercise. I will show him the photo ,and he will make sentences using very quite not. I may give them a demo.