Lesson Plan Theme: Comparatives and Superlatives

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Target Language: Superlatives.
Description: A review of comparatives is followed by a short reading, a summary of the rules for forming superlatives and finishes on a speaking activity.
Duration: 50 minutes. Lesson Plan Code: 1G3
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Easy, Easier

Target Language: Comparatives.
Description: Talking about both houses and hotels to learn about comparative adjectives. "Favorites" speaking activity to end the lesson.
Duration: 75 minutes. Lesson Plan Code: 1G4


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Possibility Of A Study

Target Language: Discussing positive/negative points of a property, comparative adjective forms.
Description: At the start of the lesson, there is some focus on real estate advertising and property vocabulary in general. The listening is a couple being shown around a house by a real estate agent and the grammatical focus is on comparative and superlative structures. To finish with, students work on selling their own hypothetical house!
Duration: 60 minutes. Lesson Plan Code: 2L17
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Animal World.

Target Language: Animal vocabulary, comparatives.
Description: Students talk about different types of animals, learn vocabulary (adjectives) to describe animals and use comparatives to compare different animals.
Duration: 55 minutes. Lesson Plan Code: 2V2
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Animal World Wordsearch.

Target Language: Animal vocabulary.
Description: This can be used as a follow up to lesson 2V2 and consists of a wordsearch containing all the animals from the final speaking activity in 2V2.
Duration: 25 minutes. Lesson Plan Code: 2V3
Tags: Animals


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Trains Across America

Target Language: Present Simple, Superlatives
Description: Revision of superlatives, reading a travel ad, travel vocabulary, use of Present Simple for future events.
Duration: 50 minutes. Lesson Plan Code: 3G1
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The Flying Dutchman

Target Language: Comparative and superlative structures.
Description: The warmer gets students to rank modes of transport according to speed. The reading text focuses on a Dutch cyclist and uses many comparative and superlative forms. After some grammar focus on these structures, the lesson ends with a grammar auction game.
Duration: 75 minutes. Lesson Plan Code: 3G14


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Target Language: Comparative adjectives, computer vocabulary.
Description: Students compare two different models of computers, learning how to form comparative adjectives and also gaining some useful computer vocabulary. Lesson finished with students using comparatives to compare other aspects of the Information Technology world.
Duration: 60 minutes. Lesson Plan Code: B1G1

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