Comparatives and Superlatives Kobe Poster

By Jennifer Nishizaki, 27 July, 2016
Objective
To have students create their own superlative and comparative sentences
Resources
worksheet

Have your students imagine that they work at a travel agency.  They must make a poster that will make people want to visit Kobe.

Brainstorm famous sights in Kobe with your students.  Have your students write at least five sentences following the patterns below:

  • “–er” (Kobe’s trains are faster than Osaka’s)
  • “The most ____” (Kobe is the most beautiful city)
  • “–est” (Akashi Kaikyo has the longest central span in the world)
  • “You can see ____.”
  • “You should go to _____.”

Then, have the students use these sentences on a poster along with pictures. You can have the students present and you can display the posters for parent days etc.

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