Comparative Adjectives- Pick and Draw

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

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Topic: General
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Published: 3rd Jan 2019

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Comparative Adjectives- Pick and Draw

Instructions for teachers
Decide if you want to use the adverbs cards or not. Photocopy and cut up one set of cards
per class, or one set per group of two to four students if you want to do the activity in 
groups. Ask students to spread the cards face up across the table. Students arrange the 
cards into sentences that they want to draw and/ or they want their partner to draw. 

After students finish the game, get them to put the adjectives into three categories 
depending on what their comparative adjective forms are. They can then say and/ or write 
similar sentences to draw whatever they like, and/ or test each other on the comparative 
forms.  

Cards to cut up

The the is

ant

apple

bag

boy

chair

cockroach

elephant

horse

house

mountain

newspaper

ruler

snake

teacher

tie

whiteboard

pencil

tree

much

quite a lot

slightly/ a little

a tiny bit

more

-ier

-er

-_er

_______er

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2019

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cheap

high/ tall

long

narrow

near

old

short

small

strange

wide

expensive high-tech

big

fat

sad

thin

angry

dirty

scary

ugly

far

good

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2019

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