1. Topic-
2. Content-
teach the students about comparatives but only about the once they should add '-er' to end of the adjective (Note: double the final consonant if preceded by a vowel) remove the 'y' from the adjective and add 'ier'. I will tell them about the exaptions but won't teach them that today.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. The students will learn the difference between the comparatives
2. The students will learn about the exaptions.
3. the students will learn the comparatives: cheap - cheaper / hot - hotter / high - higher/happy - happier / funny - funnier/ pretty - prettier/ big - bigger.
4. Materials and Aids-
Flash cards with the words and pictures that will demonstrate the difference between the comparatives. I'll also hand out a work sheet they can practice .
5. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. A students writes the date on the board.
2. I will write the title on the borad and tell the students: today we are going to learn about compartives, does anybody know what compartives is?
3. I will put few of the flash cards on the borad: big, hot, pretty, cheap, high, funny and happy.

B. Development-

1. I will ask the students if they know what it says on the flash card.
2. I'll repeat the adjectives on the flash cards and then ask the students what do they all have in common.
3. I will put the othe flash cards (with the er and est) on the borad under the original once. Then I'll explain them how the comparative develops.

C. Practice-

1. Memory game on the borad - I'll turn over the flash cards and put them randomly on the borad. Then each time I'll call out for one student to turn the cards over and find matching pairs.
2. I'll ask tham to give me examples of compartives.

D. Independent Practice-

The students will work on a work sheet I will hand them and I will go around the class to see if there are problems.

E. Checking for understanding-

We will check some exersizes of their work sheep in class and if there is more time left we'll play the memory game again.

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