Revise the adjectives
Procedure (33-45 minutes)
Ss will start thinking about how to make a comparison between Egypt and Turkey. They will answer some questions such as. Are Egypt and Turkey similar to each each other? Are they the same? Do they have the same capitals? Do people speak the same language? If their answer is no, they will receive another question, How are they different? Can you give me an example? Those who did not reply or mention any answer will answer this question: Do you agree?
Ss go and look at the pictures of the two countries around the board discuss if they are familiar with them or not. There will be two columns on the board one for Egypt and one for Turkey. The Ss take the pictures from the wall and stick them in its correct column.
Ss sit in pairs, receive a fact file sheet and listen to the instructions of the next activity in which will they know the target language of the lesson. They will answer ICQs such as: Will you work individually? No Will you sit in groups? Yes Will you write on board? Yes
Ss will sit in pairs, read the fact file sheet clearly, wait for the questions, one student come and read the questions then go back quickly to his / partner and answer the question together then come and write the answer on the board accurately. Each group will has a specific part on the board to write the answers. After each answer Ss will answer CCQs Do you agree? Is Egypt bigger than Turkey? Is the Turkish food more delicious than the Egyptian food? Are the Egyptian happier than the Turkish? Is Osman GHazy tomb older than the Pyramids? Is Rezovo River longer than The Nile River? Is Anatolio more famous than Sharm Elsheikh?
In this stage, Ss will sit with another partner, read three phrases on the board and complete them using a place from their mind to compare it with the given place. Ss will be divided into A and B and check their answers together.
In this free activity, Ss will form two new comparative sentences. The teacher monitors the Ss write down any mistake to be corrected on the board afterwards.