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What topicCoparation
What length (min)30
What age groupCollege
Class size20
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Lesson Structure

Step Title Length Details
1 Warm-up 5 min Review of previous lesson content, introduction of the concept of comparison
2 Explanation 10 min Explanation of comparative language and its application (slides, whiteboard)
3 Exercise 5 min In-class individual exercise on creating comparison sentences
4 Group Activity 5 min Students work in pairs to create comparison sentences and share with the class
5 Homework Review 2 min Review of previous lesson's homework without public presentation
6 Comparing and Contrasting 3 min Assignment of comparative writing exercise
7 Conclusion 2 min Recap of the lesson and final Q&A


Lesson script

Hello students, welcome to today's lesson on comparative language in English. Our objectives for today's lesson are to identify and use comparative language in sentences, compare and contrast two objects using comparative language, and apply comparative language in writing exercises.


Let's start with a quick review of our previous lesson on sentence structure. Can anyone tell me what we learned last time? Great job! Today, we'll be talking about a new concept - comparison.


Comparison is used to show the similarities and differences between two or more things. We use comparative language to express these comparisons. Comparative language is formed by adding '-er' to the end of an adjective or by using 'more' before the adjective. For example, if we want to compare two things in terms of size, we can say 'The elephant is bigger than the mouse' or 'The elephant is more significant than the mouse.'


Now, let's try to create some comparison sentences on our own. Please take out the handout with the comparative language exercises I've provided. You have 5 minutes to complete this exercise on your own.

Group Activity

Great job, everyone! Now, please turn to your neighbor and share the sentences you created. You have 5 minutes to work in pairs and come up with at least two comparison sentences each. After that, we'll share them with the class.

Homework Review

Let's take two minutes to review the homework I assigned last time. Can anyone share what they wrote for their essay?

Comparing and Contrasting

Now, it's time for your homework for this week. Please take out the worksheet I've provided. You'll be writing a 150-word essay, comparing and contrasting two objects of your choice using comparative language. Make sure to include at least five comparative phrases. This assignment is due next week.


Well done, everyone! Today, we learned about comparative language in English. We reviewed comparison sentences and applied our knowledge by creating our comparison sentences, working in pairs, and completing a worksheet. Remember, try to use comparative language wherever possible in your daily life and writing. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. That's all for now. See you next time!


|--------------|-------|---------------| | 1 | | Objective: Identify and use comparative language in sentences.
Warm-up: Quick review of previous lesson on sentence structure. | | 2 | | Explanation: Use comparative language to show similarities and differences between two or more things. Comparative language is formed by adding '-er' or using 'more' before adjective. | | 3 | | Exercise: Complete handout with comparative language exercises independently in 5 minutes. | | 4 | | Group Activity: Work in pairs to create at least two comparison sentences each. Share with class. | | 5 | | Homework Review: Review homework assignment from previous lesson briefly.
Comparing and Contrasting: Discuss assignment for this week writing 150-word essay using comparative language to compare and contrast two objects of choice. Five comparative phrases must be included.
Conclusion: Recap of lesson learning and encourage use of comparative language in daily life and writing. Q&A session. |


  1. What is the purpose of comparison and comparative language?
  2. Provide an example of forming comparative language using '-er'.
  3. Provide an example of forming comparative language using 'more'.
  4. What was the group activity in class for today's lesson?
  5. What is the homework assignment for next week?
  6. How many comparative phrases are required for the homework assignment?
  7. What is the word count requirement for the homework assignment?
  8. What did we learn and apply in today's lesson?