Students will be able to use new vocabulary and comparative/ superlative adjectives expressing their opinion about way of travelling.
The teacher prepares flashcards the ABC letters, a presentation with new words “Means of transport”, students read the articles on the websites:
|1.||The teacher introduce the topic and the objective.
|2.||A warm up activity
The teacher prepares the flashcards and asks students to spell the word “Transport”. The teacher claps, the students spell the word.
|2 min||The students are given the ABC flashcards; the student who has a proper letter stands up and spells it.|
|3.||Introduction of new vocabulary.
The teacher presents the new words on the interactive board.
|10 min||Students guess the words, which are hidden behind the pictures. Students learn the new words or repeat the old ones.|
|4.||Revision. Comparison of adjectives.
The teacher writes the adjectives: slow, fast/quick, expensive, cheap, safe, dangerous, comfortable, convenient, attractive, interesting, good and bad.
|7 min||Students make comparative and superlative adjectives.|
The teacher divides the students in two groups (one group is proposition, another is opposition) and asks to give their opinions about “Travelling by air is better than travelling by land”.
The teacher warn that the students’ opinions will be used later.
|15 min||Students express their opinions using the comparative adjectives and the new words.
Students say: “I agree with you that travelling by air is better than travelling by land because … but….”
The teacher evaluates two groups.
|2 min||Students have to write from 5 to 7 sentences using the ideas from their debates.|
|8.||Notes and suggestions.
The teacher asks to complete the sentences.
The most interesting opinion was…
The most serious opinion was …
The funniest opinion was …
|2 min||Students complete the sentences on separate sheets and give them to the teacher.|