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Making comparative and superlative adjectives offer the opportunity to talk in a more
complex way and express things in an elaborate way. The job of the adjective is to give more
information about a noun. An adjective will describe the noun by giving its size, composition,
colour, age, shape, weight, etc.
I think that being able to teach the students how to talk about the characteristics of a
person or animal or object will help them improve their vocabulary and will develop a fluent
and complex way of talking
NAME: Pasztor Carina
LEVEL: Beginner, 4th grade
TIME: 50 minutes
to give pupils controlled practice in the use of the Superlative of adjectives;
to compare two/three things or persons;
to perform oral and written tasks related to the topic.
to practice speaking, writing using the superlatives
recognize the adjectives; use correctly the comparative of short and long in
order to compare different things and persons; use appropriately the superlative
of short and long adjectives;
MATERIALS: video projector, power point presentation, worksheets, other materials
brought for the presentation
TEACHING TECHNIQUES: individual work, group-work, information gap

Stages of lesson

Activities-student and teacher: Interaction


Stage one: Warm up

T. writes in a circle the word `adjectives` and adds

petals. All over the blackboard she writes different
words - among them several adjectives .
The Ps need to identify the adjectives and they
have to put them into the petals.
T. announces the title and the objectives of the

Stage two: Checking

previous informationComparative adjectives

T. revises the already known knowledge and she

tells the Ps that they are going to do some
activities in order to consolidate their knowledge.

Stage three: Rules and


On the first slide of the power point presentation

regarding the superlative adjectives T. gives the
first rule of the adjectives with their form and
examples. After discussing the rules some pictures
appear asking the Ps to identify which adjectives
best suits the picture. The same thing continues
with the second and third slide. On the forth slide
we have irregular adjectives and the T. explains
the rules of how they should learn them.

Stage four: Practice


On the slide T. gives five short sentences with

gaps to fill in order to see if the
students understood the rules. The sentences are
with long and short adjectives and the students
have to fill in with the correct superlative form of
the adjective. This exercise is an interaction
between the T. and de Ps. On another slide there
are pictures with different animals and the Ps are
asked to look at them and identify the biggest, the
fastest animal.

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5 min

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10 min

1.Ps. have to work on small groups and answers

the questions from the slides. They have to
determine which of them in the tallest in the class,
the most beautiful, the most handsome, the one
who has the longest hair.
10 min
2. T. gives each P. a piece of paper with a
emoticon on it that expresses different feelings and
moods. Ps. are asked to come in front of the class
and show them what his emoticon represents. The
T. is asking the question out loud and the Ps have
to answer using the superlatives theyve learned.