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Nr.

Stages

1.

2.

3.

4.

Organization

Warm-up

Checking
homework
Teaching
grammar
a)Presentation

Time

1 min

2 min

7 min

7 min

Subcompetences

Teachers actions

Learners actions

-To organize
the class for the
lesson.

-Good morning pupils!


- How are you today?
-I am fine, too. Thank you. Sit
down.
Please answer my questions:
-What date is it today?
-What day is it today?
-What season is it?
-How is the weather today?
Thank you.
Now lets check your
homework and then we will
pass to our new activities. So,
tell me please, what was your
homework for today?
Now we are going to work
with Longer adjectives.
In this lesson, we will learn the
rules to make an adjective into
a comparative or superlative
adjective.
Adjectives of three or more
syllables form the
comparative with more/less
and the superlative
with most/least:
E.g:
-The second lecture was more
interesting than the first.
- This programme

-Good morning teacher.


-We are fine. And you?

-To involve
pupils into the
English lesson.

-To check
pupils
knowledge
-To get
acquainted with
the use of
Comprisons
of Adjectiveslong
adjectives.

Pupils answer at the


teachers questions.

Pupils answer their


homework.

Pupils are attentive to


what teacher explained.

Patterns of
classroom
interaction
Choral responses.

Methods and
techniques
Conversation.

Full class
interaction.

Questions and
answers.

Collaboration.

Conversation.

Teachers talk.

Explanation.

is less interesting than I


thought"
-London is the most
popular tourist destination in
England.
-She bought the least
expensive shampoo.
-When you want to say
something is similar, use 'as
as'.
E.g: "She's as tall as her
brother" or "It's as nice
today as it was yesterday."
- When you want to say one
thing is less than another, you
can use 'not as as'.
E.g: "This programme
is less interesting than I thought"
or "This programme is
not as interesting as I thought."

(Appendix 1)
b)Practice

c)Testing or
production

5 min

5 min

-To consolidate
their knowledge
concerning the
grammar topic.

- To test pupils
grammar
knowledge .

To practice the use of the


Comparison of Adjectiveslong adjectives I have here
some worksheets with
exercises. So lets do them.
(Appendix 2)
If you have finished please
look at the exercise 7 from
page 27.Open your copybooks,
write the date and put down
the exercise.

Pupils practice new


grammar topic filling the
worksheets.

Individual work.

Gap- filling.

Pupils do the exercise.

Individual work.

Discussion.

(Appendix 3)
5.

Choral activity.

Teaching
reading
3 min
a)Pre-reading

-To prepare the Well, pupils tell me please,


pupils for
what do you like about school?
reading the text.
Why?

Pupils answer the


questions.

Teacher-pupil.

Pupils start reading the


text and asking the
unknown words for
them.

Reading.

Pupils do the exercise.

Individual work.

-Whats your favourite


subject? Why do you like it?
-What time do you get up on a
school day? Who wakes you
up?
-Which is your best day of the
week? Why?
b)While-writing

5 min

- To be able to
understand the
meaning of
dialogue and
read it using
the correct
pronunciation
and intonation.

Now open the books on the


page 27, Here we have a
dialogue about subjects . Lets

Discussion.

read it and if you have any


unknown words during
reading well explain them.
Each of you will read a
sentence because its a small
dialogue.

c)Revision

5 min

-To be able to
do exercises
based on the
dialogue and
grammar topic.

Now, lets continue our lesson


with another exercise, look on
the exercise 8 from page 27,
you have to use the adjectives

Discussion.

in the right form.


6.

7.

Homework

2 min

-To explain
clearly what
pupils have to
do at home.

Evaluation

3 min

To appreciate
the lesson and
the learners
activity.

Thank you very much for your


active participation. Each of
you did a good work and
receives marks. The lesson is
over. If there are no questions,
you are free. See you next
time. Good bye!

Pupils write down the


task they have to do at
home. And ask questions
if something is unclear.

Teachers talk

Frontal activity.

Pupils listen to the


teachers evaluation of
the lesson and of their
activities.

Full class
interaction

Discussion