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Unit 6 I’m more outgoing than

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Unit 6 I’m more outgoing than my sister.
Part 1: Teaching Design
Functions
Talk about personal traits Compare people
Structures  
Comparatives with ?er, ?ier, more and both
Target language
—Is that Sam?
—No, that’s Tom. He has shorter hair than Sam. He’s calmer than Sam.
Vocabulary

more, than, taller, shorter, thinner, longer, calmer, wilder, quieter, funnier, heavier, smarter, more athletic, more popular, twin, both, be good at
Learning strategies
Classifying, Listening for specific information
Period 1: Matching, Listening and Speaking (Page 31)
(Sam has longer hair than Tom.)
Objectives 
● To learn to talk about personal traits and compare people
● To learn to use comparatives with ?er, ?ier, more and both
Procedures
■Warming up by learning adjective and its comparatives
Hello, class. Look at the title: I’m more outgoing than my sister. In the sentence outgoing is an adjective, and more outgoing is its comparative.
  An adjective is a describing word. When we compare two nouns we use a comparative adjective. An example of this is the use of the endings: -er ?est.
  If you look at these sentences, we are using comparative adjectives to describe size: A pony is small. A cat is smaller. A mouse is smallest.
1a Looking and matching                   
Look at the picture on page 31 in your book. What can you see in the picture? That’s right, the twins. Look at these two boys. They are Pedro and Paul. They are brothers. Who is taller, Pedro or Paul? Yes, Pedro is taller. Now repeat after me: Pedro is taller. OK, please look at the blackboard and read these sentences:
Tina is wilder than Tara.
Tara is calmer than Tina.
Sam is wilder than Tom.
Tom is calmer than Sam.
Sam has longer hair than Tom.
Tom has shorter hair than Sam.
Pedro is heavier than Paul.
Paul is thinner than Pedro.
Please pay more attention to structure of “…er...than...”This structure is used in comparisons. Now look at the words in the box in your book and match each word with the opposite. Please draw lines between the words of the opposite meanings. Now let’s check the answers.
all—short,long hair—short hair,thin—heavy, calm — wild
2b Listening and numbering
Look at the picture again. The people in the picture are all twins. Twins are children born at the same time to the same parents. Sometimes they look exactly alike, but not always. The twins in this picture do not look exactly alike. Please listen to these three conversations and number the twins. You write the number 1 to 3 in the blanks beside the twins. OK, now, let’s check the answers.
Sam and Tom: 1. Tara and Tina: 2. Pedro and Paul: 3
All right now, you are supposed to read the tapescript on page 87. While reading try to find all the sentences with comparatives with ?er, ?ier, more and both. Try to also cut/ the sentence into thought groups, study all the predicates, circle all the linking words and underline all the expressions. That’s grammar study, indeed.         
Useful expressions from the conversation
have longer hair than …, be calmer than …, be taller than …, be also wilder, be heavier than …, be shorter than …
Read the conversations again to rewrite them as you like.
1c Pairing and speaking
Now practice the conversation in the picture. And then make your own conversations about the twins with your partner.
A: Is that Tom?
B: No, that’s Sam. Sam has longer hair than Tom.
A: Yes, and he’s wilder than Tom.
A: Is that Pedro?
B: No, that’s Paul. Paul’s thinner than Pedro. And Pedro’s taller than Paul.
A: Is that Tina?
B: No, it isn’t. It’s Tara. Tara is shouter than Tina, and she is calmer than Tina.
I’ll ask some pairs to say their conversations to the class.

 

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