- do a quiz practising superlatives
- watch part of a BBC Quiz show "The Kids Are All Right" to check your answers
- look at some photos to practise comparatives and superlatives
- make your own superlatives quiz
1) Do a Quiz
Can you answer these questions?
Click on the display. Time yourself. You have 10 seconds to answer each question.
Vocabulary check - alphabetically, borders, sum, southerly
Now check your answers by watching this clip form the BBC's The Kids Are All Right.
The Kids are All Right is a general knowledge quiz show where children and teenagers compete against adults to see who is the cleverest.
Who do you think will win - the kids or the adults?
Watch and find out.
Comparatives and Superlatives
Can you remember? What were the superlatives in the quiz?
- What do you know about comparatives and superlatives?
- When do we use them?
- How do we make them?
Look at the presentation below and answer the questions.
4) Make your own quiz
- Think of questions to practise superlatives. Use biggest, longest, shortest most popular etc. Have a class quiz and test each other.
- Make your own Who Wants To Be A Millionaire quiz. Download the powerpoint template from this link and write in your own questions. http://jc-schools.net/tutorials/ppt-games/
Try these posts for more practice of comparatives and superlatives
Describe a city - Superlative Southampton Comparatives and Superlatives, Describing a place, Intermediate, Reading, Southampton, Upper Intermediate, Webquest
150 Years of The Tube Advanced, CAE, Comparatives and Superlatives, FCE, History, IELTS, Life in the UK, Listening, London, Science, Tube, Upper Intermediate