Using Degree of Comparison of Irregular Adjectives
This resource will help your students identify the degree of irregular adjectives, form the degree of comparison of irregular adjectives, kindness to animals, and discuss how kindness to animals is made humane
A. Preparatory Activities
Are you familiar with animals? Name some domesticated animals. Describe each animal. Use the semantic web below as your guide.
2. Unlocking of Difficulties
Matching words based on context clues given.
a. Liza and Marie are both pretty and kind. They are liked by everyone in the class. (favorites)
b. They choose to eat fruits rather than meat. (prefer)
c. We eat in order to live. (survive)
d. Plants and animals are parts of this world. (components)