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  • Lesson Plan
    • Subject: English Language/Grammar
    • Driving Question: Descriptive words
    • Pedagogical Method: 5 E Instructional Method
    • Grade Level: 1
    • Duration: 1 period
    • Delivery Method: Synchronous
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      Lesson Plan  Test-Descriptive Words     Test-AK-Descriptive Words

    • Identify descriptive words and use them to describe people, places or things.

    Keywords: descriptive words- adjectives
  •  Ask students to describe their mothers. Record students’ descriptive words on Google Jamboard.

  • Inform students that the words recorded are descriptive words that describe not only people, but also places and things.

    Then, invite students to identify the adjectives in the following sentences written on Google Jamboard.

    • The sky is blue.
    • The ball is round.
    • The cake is yummy.
    • The music is loud.
    • The pillow is soft.
    • The boot is stinky.

    Divide students into miscellaneous groups to work together to explore the features of each adjective by observing the questions written on Google Jamboard.

    • What is the color of the sky?
    • What is the shape of the ball?
    • How does the cake taste?
    • How does the music sound?
    • How does the pillow feel?
    • How does the boot smell? 
  • Choose representatives to share the groups’ answers and explain them to their classmates.

    Have students identify the describing word/ adjective, the noun it describes, and its feature (how the noun looks, smells, sounds, feels, or tastes).

    Then, explain that describing words/ adjectives describe nouns. They describe how a noun looks like, how it feels, how it tastes, how it smells, and how it sounds.     
  • Invite students to play a Noun Showdown game. Divide the class into teams. Then, display the pictures of an apple (link 1) and an elephant (link 2). The teams have 5 minutes to write down as many adjectives as they can. The winning teams get a point for every adjective that is appropriate.

  • Prepare students for individual evaluation. Provide students with a sample test. It is recommended that the test be digitized on a digital platform, such as Google forms.