6 judy waited before the departure time a ninety

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6. Judy waited ______ before the departure time a. Ninety minutes b. Seventeen minutes c. Sixty minutes d. Thirty minutes
7. The word”tax” refers to
8. In the store the things are
b. Cheap c. Normal prize d. Destroyed 9. The word “got off” means The student must submit, to the tutor, a written work with the answers to the workshops presented here. work must have cover and APA standards The student must design the previous test in the application
, answer it and send evidence to the tutor and invite two of his classmates to view it Practice Time Frame 10 minutes Procedu res After seeing the presentation activities. The teacher will tell the students that it is time for practice. so that students can reinforce the knowledge acquired and get used to the structure and use of this. Stage Aims Achieve the appropriation of the use of comparatives and superlatives correctly Aids and materials Students will complete 6 sentences using the word search created on the educaplay website. These are the sentences to complete - She is the _________ girl in the class - He is the __________ boy in the class - Motorbikes are ______ than bikes - Paula is ______ than me
- Lions are ______ than cats - Guns are more __________ than knifes - Hiking is ______ than jogging - Antarctica is the _______ place on earth Students will find the words to complete the sentences by completing the word search in groups of 3 people. Interacti on pattern After Founding the words in the word searcher, each group will complete the sentences and will explain why they considered that the word they chose was the correct one. Production Time Frame For this activity of the comparatives and superlatives in grade 6, it will be developed during 2 hour for class, in which the subject will be explained, an example will be given and the exercises proposed for said topic will be carried out Procedu res The teacher will make a clear explanation of what superlatives and comparatives mean; what is the difference between each one and the applicability that it has in the English language, how this topic is planned for 2 classes will start with the theme of superlatives through images and examples of how they should be used and the exceptions that it has depending on whatever the sentence is or what you want to express. In the next class the subject will be retaken with the comparatives and
will show how they should be used within a paragraph or a sentence To achieve a better understanding of the subject, different activities have been prepared inside and outside the classroom (interactive) so that students are related to the topic and understand its usefulness Stage Aims Know the difference between a superlative and a comparative Prepare short sentences with the different superlatives explained during the class. Determine when a comparative or a superlative should be used within a sentence. Carry out dynamics and workshops that contain the superlatives and comparatives seen in class.

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