Students can master the usage of comparative adjectives
After this lesson, students can use the sentence structure: “Rose is smarter than Ruth”.
After this lesson, students can use this grammar to describe the things in their daily life
Students are able to get the confidence of learning English
Key and difficult point:
master the usage of the comparative form of an adjective
use this grammar to describe the things in their daily life.
Step 1: Warming-up
2.Free talk:The teacher talks about the experience in zoo.Let students describe the features of animals in the zoo.
3.Then write one sentence and ask students to fill it using the right words. Then lead in the topic of today:Rose is smarter
Squirrel is _____(big/small)
Step 2: Presentation
1.play a tap and ask them some question
Q1:what’s the feature of Rose and Ruth?
Rose is smarter than Ruth.
Q2:what’s the characteristic of Ruth and Rose ?
Ruth is more outgoing than Rose.
And then underline the adjective, ask a question :what are the similarities between the sentences and the adjectives.
After that conclude the usage of the comparative degree.
Step 3: Practice
1.Do the guessing game. Ask students to guess the words that the teacher is acting.
2.Write some sentences on the blackboard and ask students to fill in the blank using the comparative degree form of adjective.
Show two similar pictures for students and then ask them to describe the differences of the two pictures, when they describe the pictures they should use the comparative degree.5 minutes for them to discuss with their desk mates and later ask some of them to share their ideas.
Step 5: Summary and Homework
Summary: ask a student to conclude the content of the lesson and summarize the class.
Homework: ask students make more sentences using the grammar they learn today.