Here is my lesson plan :
To see my lesson more clear, I can show you some pictures which I prepared for this lesson.
These are warm-up and presentation (while teaching)stages. First, I made the students remember the pictures or define them. I asked " what do you see in the picture, what are they doing? where? which one goes faster? which one is prettier etc...". I got the answers and wrote the full sentences on the left of the pictures with the students, together. Pictures were on the center of the board. I made the students aware of "-er, -ier, more" and the topic of comparatives. Then I showed small pictures which are related to superlatives. I wrote the sentences with the students on the right of the board.
Adriana Lima is the prettiest. ( Boys loved this. :) )
The bed is the most comfortable.
Pinocchio has the longest nose.
Bugatti can go the fastest of all the other cars. ( I did not know Bugatti. I learned it while preparing my lesson, but when I asked to the students if they knew this car, boys guessed immediately.)
This is: I can solve the second problem more easily than the first one.
This problem is the most easily solved.
This is : Rihanna sings as sweetly as Beyonce.
After they learned comparatives and superlatives, I put the 3 members of "One Direction". Some girls loved, but some girls did not like them. I gave information about them on the board.
Then, I gave the students worksheets. (4-5 minutes)
After eliciting the students' answers, I divided the students into 5 groups. Each group should have 3 students. They chose their groups' names. I showed a demo of the game. For each part, they chose a member of their groups and one member from the other groups. They will compare them. If it is grammatically and really correct, they will get one point for their groups. I wanted the students to do first 4 parts, then collected one paper from each group. I read their sentences and we saw their proves and mistakes. I gave candies to the winner group.
If I had less time for my post activity, I would not apply it. Instead of this, I can give the students this one:
However, my post activity includes students interaction and they worked collaboratively. Therefore, it worked very well.
I hope, you enjoyed it.