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  • Colours 5 Cambridge University Press and Grupo SM, 2007

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    Comparatives jigsaw reading 3

    1 Pupil A You know about Charlie and Pupil B knows about Alex.

    Theres a river next to the house, and Charlie likes to go fishing in summer. But Charlie doesnt like the summer holidays because there are no friends in the country to play with. School is more fun!

    Charlies house is in the country. Its very big. There are six bedrooms inside the house. Theres a garden with a lot of trees and a swimming pool.

    Charlies eleven years and has got two brothers and a sister; its very noisy in the house! Charlies mum and dad are farmers. Theyve got many animals: horses, sheep and dogs.

    Near Charlies house there are lots of mountains. Its very cold in winter and when it snows Charlie can go skiing.

    1 Pupil B You know about Alex and Pupil A knows about Charlie.

    Alex likes school but the holidays are more interesting. The family goes to exciting places, like China and India. Alex likes the summer holidays more than going to school!

    Alexs twelve years old. Alex lives in the city in a flat. There are three bedrooms and theres a very small garden.

    Alex hasnt got any brothers or sisters. Alexs mother and granddad live in the flat. Hes got a pet dog and two goldfish.

    Alex is very happy in the city because there are restaurants, a cinema and a park next to the flat. There are always friends to play with. In winter, Alex plays basketball in the park.

  • Colours 5 Cambridge University Press and Grupo SM, 2007

    Name:

    3Comparatives jigsaw reading

    2 Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)?

    3 What do you think?

    Which is more beautiful, the city or the country?

    Whats more exciting, going to Disneyland or going to China?

    3 Whats more interesting, learning English or learning Science?

    4 Whats better, riding a bike or riding a horse?

    Charlies house is bigger than Alexs.

    Alex is older than Charlie.

    3 Alexs house has got more bedrooms than Charlies.

    4 Charlies garden is bigger than Alexs.

    5 More people live in Charlies house than in Alexs.

    6 Charlies house is quieter than Alexs.

    7 Alex has got more animals than Charlie.

    8 Where Charlie lives is colder in winter than where Alex lives.

    9 Charlie thinks winter is better than summer in the country.

    0 Alexs summer holidays are more interesting than Charlies.

    Alexs winter sport is more exciting than Charlies.

    Charlie thinks the summer holidays are more boring than going to school.

    3 Alex is happier at school than Charlie.

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  • 3Colours 5 Cambridge University Press and Grupo SM, 2007

    3Vocabulary adjetivos, comparativos

    Instrucciones para realizar la actividad en pareja. Haz una

    fotocopia de la pgina 1 para cada pareja y una fotocopia de la pgina

    2 para cada alumno. Corta la pgina 1 por la lnea de puntos. Entrega

    a los Alumnos A la lectura sobre Charlie y a el compaero, Alumno B,

    la lectura sobre Alex. Ellos leen los textos y te preguntan las dudas que

    tengan. Para que presten atencin en la actividad pdeles que subrayen

    todos los adjectivos que encuentren en los textos.

    Entrega a cada alumno una copia de la pgina 2. Trabajan juntos para averiguar

    si las frases son verdaderas o falsas. Para tomar esta decicisin, tendrn que

    leer al compaero, en voz alta, la parte de su texto que haga referencia a

    la preguntan que estn considerando. Puedes hacer una competicin y ver

    quin consigue ms preguntas correctas en menos tiempo.

    Corrige en voz alta con toda la clase. Los alumnos corrigen las frases

    que eran falsas para hacerlas verdaderas.

    Instrucciones para realizar la actividad de forma individual. Haz una

    fotocopia de las dos pginas para cada alumno. Leen los dos textos

    y escriben si las oraciones son verdaderas o falsas. Antes de corregir

    en voz alta para toda la clase, djales que comparen sus respuestas en

    parejas o grupos.

    2 Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? Los alumnos contestan de forma individual o en pareja si las frases son verdaderas o falsas. Corrige en

    voz alta con toda la clase.

    Respuestas: 1 True 2 True 3 False 4 True 5 True 6 False 7 False

    8 True 9 True 10 True 11 False 12 True 13 False

    3 What do you think? Los alumnos deciden de forma individual qu prefieren. nimales a escribir frases dando razones de sus preferencias.

    Puedes corregir pidiendo que levanten la mano y preguntando las

    razones de su eleccin. Si quieres, puedes ampliar la actividad y hacer

    una encuesta, representando mediante un grfico en la pizarra las

    respuestas de toda la clase.

    Vocabulary adjectives, comparatives

    Preparing the activity for pairwork. Make one photocopy of

    page 1 per pair and a photocopy of page 2 per pupil. Cut page 1 along

    the dotted line.

    Give Pupil A the reading about Charlie and their friend, Pupil B, the

    reading about Alex. The pupils read and ask you any questions they

    have about the texts. To focus their attention on the task, ask them to

    underline the adjectives they find.

    Give each pupil a copy of page 2. They work together to tick the boxes

    by reading out parts of their texts and deciding if the sentences are true

    or false. You could have a competition to see who gets the most right.

    Go over the answers with the class and pupils correct the false

    sentences.

    Individual grammar practice activity. Make a copy of both pages for

    each pupil. They look at the two texts and tick the boxes. It may be

    helpful if the pupils work in groups or pairs to check their answers

    before correcting as a class.

    2 Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? The pupils work individually or in pairs to decide whether the sentences are true or false. Go over

    the answers with the class.

    Answers: 1 True 2 True 3 False 4 True 5 True 6 False 7 False 8 True

    9 True 10 True 11 False 12 True 13 False

    3 What do you think? Pupils decide individually which they prefer.

    Encourage pupils to write sentences giving reasons for their

    preferences. Feed back as a group through a show of hands for each

    question and asking for reasons. Extend the activity by turning it into

    a survey and making a class graph of the answers.

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