Clasroom: 5th
Number of pupils: 20
Time allocated: 1x40

Part 1
Unit: The dinosaur (Part B), pages 82 – 83.
Teaching aids: English book, blackboard, flash cards, picture with dinosaur.
General objective: They should be able to use adjectives in superlative form.
Specific objectives
  1. Structural: There are adjectives in superlative form.
  2. Skills: Reading, writing, speaking and listening.
  3. Phonological: There aren’t any.
  4. Lexical: Scariest, adventure, vegetables, frightened, cutest, escape

Procedures:
Warm – up: I ask students ifthey rememberthe previous lesson in which we learned about the comparative form. Then I ask to tell me some adjectives in comparative form. (For example: high, cute, happy, good, bad and popular). After, I announce to the pupils that we will learn about the superlative form. (time: 5 minutes).
  • The teacher reads the text and the pupils are listening. After, students reading the text for practice.
The purpose of this activity is to understand the students the text. It’s also a motivating way to improve their reading and listening skills. (time: 5 minutes).
  • The teacher explain the vocabulary to the students and define the unknown words.
The purpose of this activity is to encourage the pupils to know new words and also to understand the text. It’s also a motivating way to improve their speaking skills. (time: 5 minutes).

Activities:

1. You must convert the aboveadjectivesyou wrote downinbrainstorming in superlative form.
I. Big – biggest
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The purpose of this activity is to encourage the pupils to practice in superlative form and to use more adjectives in their speech. It’s also a motivating way to improve their speaking and writing skills. (time: 10 minutes).

  1. There are flash cards with some objectives from the classroom and the pupils must describe these objectives with adjectives in superlative or comparative form. The purpose of this activity is to use pupils more vocabulary, also, to practice in describing things using adjectives in superlative form. The aim of this activity is to improve pupils speaking and listening skills. (Time: 10 minutes).


2. The teacher brings a picture with a dinosaur and describes it to pupils, who are expected to draw what they hear. Also, the teacher use adjectives and adjectives in superlative form. The purpose of this activity is to practice the pupils with listening and with adjectives in superlative form. Also, with this activity pupils improve their listening skills. (time: 5 minutes).



Evaluation
Evaluation is all going throughout the lesson.

Part 2
  • I believe that there aren’t difficulties in this unit for the pupils.
  • Extra activity: (in case I finish earlier the lesson)
Convert the adjectives below in comparative and in superlative form.
  • Happy happier happiest
  • Easy …………… ………………...
  • Popular ……………. …………………
  • Cute ……………. ………………..
  • Big …………….. ……………….
  • Small ……………. ………………..
The purpose of this activity is to do on repetition in this lesson and also it’s a motivating way to improve their writing skills. (time: 5 minutes)
  • The extra activity if not done in the lesson, will be given to the pupils for homework.
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