Grammar Point Comparatives
Aims: To practice the comparative form
Materials: Copied money: enough for each group and a bank. A box w
Make a worksheet with questions using the comparative (see below), give each student
(group) their money (50$ or 100$). Ask questions and have students write their answers
on the line provided and place a bet The students write the amount of the bet in the box
on the sheet and give the teacher the money. As the students give in their money ask
them which is -er? The teacher reads the answer. If their answers are correct the students
are paid double the amount they bet. If their answers are wrong then they lose their
money and it is kept by the teacher. Play for 10 or 12 rounds. On the last question they are
allowed to bet all their money.
Rules: Except for the last question students can only bet half of the money they possess
(or else students will run out of money.) The group must decide on one answer only and
go with it as a group.
Compare things they might be used to; local mountains, teachers, etc
LET'S MAKE A BET
1. Which is faster, the Shinkansen or France's TGV?
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2.Which is bigger, the state of Montana or Japan?
Which is further from Tokyo: New York or Paris?
Which is higher, Mt. Fuji or Mt Everest?
Who is taller or