Lesson 24 Theme:Who is taller?


6 Form Lesson 24 Date:



The aim:




Org. moment:


Checking up h/w:

The main part:




Describing people.

Who is taller?

Формирование знаний учащихся по теме «Степени сравнения имён прилагательных».

1) Обеспечить в ходе урока усвоение учащимися данной темы.

2) Воспитывать внимательность.

3) Развивать навыки составления предложений.

Wonderful, terrible, great, awful, young, heavy, fast, safe, quiet, expensive, healthy, cheap, slow, dirty, noisy, modern, dangerous, boring.

Degrees of comparison of adjectives.

The procedure of the lesson:

T: Good morning, dear children! Sit down! Who is on duty today? What date is it today? Who is absent today?

Ex. 1 p. 68 Put these words in the correct column.

Ex.3 p. 24 (w/b), test on page 66.

Today we are going to study the new theme “Degrees of comparison of adjectives”.

Degrees of comparison of adjectives.

Сравнительная степень односложных прилагательных образуется при помощи суффикса er, а превосходная – при помощи суффикса est.

Cheap – cheaperthe cheapest.

Если в конце односложного прилагательного за одной гласной следует одна согласная, то согласная удваивается:

Big – biggerthe biggest.

Если в конце прилагательного стоит согласная + y, то y меняется на i.

Ex. 2 p. 68 Listen and practice.

Ex. 3 p. 69 Write sentences describing the girls.

Ex. 4 p. 69 Listen and practice.

Ex. 5 p. 69 Make a table for these adjectives and discuss the spelling.

Example: tall – tallerthe tallest.

Ex. 6 p. 69 Write some true sentences about your family using the words in your table.

Example: My brother is taller than me. My grandmother is the oldest in the family.

Ex. 8 p. 70 Match an adjective in A with its opposite in B. Check the meaning of new words in your dictionary.

Ex. 9 p. 70 Make sentences comparing life in the city and country.

Example: The city is noisier than the country.

Ex. 10 p. 71 Complete the chart.

Example: tall – taller – the tallest

Strong – stronger – the strongest.

Ex. 1 p. 23 (w/b) Write the adjectives.

Example: cheaper – cheap.

Ex. 2, 3 p. 25 (w/b); to learn grammar rules.

What was the theme of our lesson? Did you understand it? What was difficult for you?

The marks for the lesson are …

The lesson is over! Good-bye!