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UNIVERSIDAD MARIANO GALVEZ

FACULTAD DE HUMANIDADES
ESCUELA DE IDIOMAS
Microteaching Lesson Plan 2014
Instructor: Jaime Emmanuel Gmez Vliz

Date: 23/08/14

Course Title: English I

Grade 7th

Unit: Adjectives

Specific Topic: Superlative Adjectives

Competence:

Identifies and uses superlative adjectives in written and oral communication.


Rationale:
Adjectives are very important part of speech in English, the correct identification and use
of the superlatives adjectives will lead the student into acquiring the language and use it
in a meaningful way.
Lesson Content:
How to identify superlative adjectives.
How to write an adjective into superlative form by using -est ending.
TIME
Instructional Procedures
a.

Warm-up
Students are engaged into solving a hangman puzzle. Secret Word: Adjectives.

3 min

b. Teaching procedures

Presentation:
1. Teacher explains superlative adjectives using small posters with adjectives and pictures.
2. Teacher explains how to identify a superlative adjective by noticing their ending -est.

7 min.

Controlled practice:
1. Teacher circles the superlative adjectives in the sentences written on the poster.
2. Teacher hands over a worksheet with 10 sentences. Ss must circle the superlative adjectives
in each sentence.

4 min.

Semi controlled practice:


1. Teacher shows students cue cards with a picture and an adjective written down upon the
cue card.
2. Students must write down one sentence on a sheet of paper, that uses the noun and the
superlative of the adjective written on the cue card.

7 min.

Free practice:
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6.

15 min

Ss engage in the fun game called. Superlative Olympics.


Teacher splits the class into two or three big teams.
Each team will enter their best competitor in each event.
A different competitor must be chosen for each event.
The teams will receive one point for each event won.
All team members must write the correct superlative sentence after each event. The first
team to do this wins an extra point.

c.

Closure:
Teacher summarizes what superlatives adjectives are and how they are used.
d. Feedback:
Teacher addresses any difficulty the students had in completing the tasks. The Teacher ask the
students what is their opinion of the activities carried out in this lesson.
e. Formative/Summative check:
Formative check for the worksheet and the written sentences using rubrics.
f. Student Participation:
Teacher asks each group to read out loud one of the sentences written the other groups give their
opinion if the sentence is correct. The teacher also gives his opinion if needed.
g. Homework:
Students write 5 sentences using superlatives adjectives and illustrate them through pictures.

3 min
3 min

3 min

Evaluation Procedures:
Formative. Worksheets.

Materials and Aids:


Posters, Cue cards, 10 Worksheets #1 written sentences, 10 blank sheets of paper, 3 Superlative Olympics
worksheet. Markers, blank manila paper sheets to write upon for examples if needed.

WORKSHEET #1
SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES.
Instructions: Circle the superlative adjective of the following sentences.

1. My house is the nicest looking on the block.

2. Your cat has the nastiest of attitudes.

3. Samson was the strongest man that ever lived.

4. This time I waited for you the longest.

5. Your mom is the smartest woman I have met.

6. My English teacher is the tallest in his family.


7. The snail is the slowest animal.

8. There is a world record for the fastest man alive.

9. Did you hear about the ugliest dog contest?

10. That baby is the cutest.

SUPERLATIVE OLYMPICS
Superlative Olympic Events
1. The longest hair
____________________________________________________
2. The best dancer
____________________________________________________
3. The largest thumb
__________________________________________________
4. The highest jumper
_________________________________________________
5. The widest arm span
________________________________________________
6. The fastest reader
__________________________________________________
7. The tallest student
__________________________________________________
8. The nicest smile
_____________________________________________________
9. The smartest looking student
___________________________________________________
10. The student who can hold their breath the longest
_____________________________________________________

Rubric: Superlative Adjectives Part 1


Teachers Name: Jaime Gomez
Course: English I - Grammar
Student Name: ____________________________________
Grade: __________ Section: __________
Date: ___________Total Score: _______

Superlative
Sentence

Poor

Fair

Good

Exceed

The sentence is written


incorrectly under the wrong
heading. The superlative
adjective is incorrect and
is/or not underlined. No
mechanics are correct.
Superlative
Identification

Student
Behavior

The sentence is written


incorrectly under the
proper heading. The
superlative adjective is
correct, but not
underlined. A few of the
mechanics are correct.

The sentence is written


correctly under the proper
heading. The superlative
adjective is correct, but not
underlined. Most of the
mechanics are correct.

The sentence is written


correctly under the
proper heading. The
superlative adjective is
correct and underlined.
All mechanics are
correct.

Poor

Fair

Good

Exceed

Incorrectly identifies the


superlative adjective in the
sentence structure. Does
not understand why the
superlative is placed in that
part of the sentence
structure.

Incorrectly identifies the


superlative in some
sentence structures. Does
not understand why the
superlative is placed in
that part of the sentence
structure.

Correctly identifies the


superlative. Does not show
understanding why the
superlative is placed in that
part of the sentence
structure.

Correctly identifies the


superlative. Understands
why the superlative is
placed in that part of the
sentence structure.

Poor

Fair

Good

Exceed

Does not follow instructions.


Respects others students
points of view.
Respect teacher and peers.

Follows instructions.
Respects Others students
points of view.
Respect teacher and
peers.

Does not follow


instructions.
Does not respect other
students points of view.
Disrespectful to the teacher
or peers.

Does not follow


instructions.
Does not respects other
students points of view.
Respects teacher and
peers.