A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
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Who in this class- superlatives practice
Ask a question about who is number one in the class in some way with questions like
those below. Wait until everyone has guessed who by saying “Me”, “Juan”, etc, then ask
each person a question to check, e.g. “How tall are you?” or “Stand up” to check who is
tallest. Each person who guesses correctly gets one point.
has climbed the highest mountain
has the best high school in Splatoon/ in…
has the biggest bedroom/ bookcase/ shoes/…
has the cheapest pen/ …
has the earliest waking up time/ dinner/…
has the heaviest bag/ wallet/ purse/… (today)
has the latest bedtime/ breakfast/…
has the longest arms/ day/ little finger/ hair/…
has the most expensive pencil case/ watch/…
has the newest…
has the oldest mobile phone/ shoes/…
has the shortest arms/ hair/ thumbs/ fingers/…
has the smallest feet/ desk/…
is the busiest/ is the most hardworking
is the hungriest
is the laziest
is the most studious
is the shortest
is the sportiest
is the strongest
is the tallest
is wearing the newest T-shirt
is wearing the oldest…
lives in the closest place to here
lives in the furthest place from here
lives on the highest floor
(including the teacher)?
(not including the teacher)?
Without looking above, make the most…, -est or -iest form of each adjective below.
Use those examples to make rules for when to use -est, -iest and most.
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