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Vocabulary Lesson 10
|Mikro Lesson 10||Learning Outcomes||Method/Steps|
|-Learn to pronounce the word correctly|
-Learn what the word means, the definition
-Learn how to use the word in sentences.
-Learn the words ‘good’ and ‘bad’ and ‘happy’ are ‘adjectives’
-Learn ‘adjective’ is a describing word
|- t shows st the adjective lists from the previous lesson.
-t reviews with st “What does ‘good’ mean?”
-t elicits “wonderful, great, awesome, excellent, super, splendid, etc” from st.
-t reviews with st “What does ‘bad’ mean?”
-t elicits “horrible, terrible, unpleasant etc” from st.
-t reviews with st “What does ‘happy’ mean?”
-t elicits “pleased, delighted, content, elated, ecstatic, etc” from st.
-t reviews with st “What does ‘sad’ mean?”
-t elicits “down, blue, low, depressed, gloomy, glum, dejected etc” from st.
- t tells st “We will make sentences. We are not allowed to use the adjectives [good] or [bad] or [happy] or [sad] today.”
-t shows st a picture from (Fuller House Season 1: Episode 8)
- t asks st to describe things or things that are happening with the adjectives that adjectives good, bad, happy or sad but they are not allowed to use the adjectives [good] or [bad] or [happy] or [sad].
- t models examples “Chief Mulrooney” is “glum”, “Grandpa” is “gloomy”, “the boy” are “delighted”
- t guides st by pointing to things in the picture to elicit [good]or [bad] or [happy] or [sad] things/situations.
- t asks st to describe (orally) with these things/situations with adjectives that mean [good] and [bad] and [happy] or [sad].
- t checks answers with st
- t asks st to write these sentences into their books.