Adjectives 'What does it look like' (Teacher Activity)
Week 2 IT 4 Describing the What Week 2 IT4 Describing the What This teacher led activity aims to introduce how adjectives describe
nouns. This activity is addressing the What from the Who Does What, and focuses on how to describe the What with more details. Sentences illustrating how to describe the What more fully are displayed in the presentation and the children have an answer sheet containing the sentences with the choice of 3 adjectives for each sentence, which they either tick or cross depending if they think the word does or does not describe the what in the picture. The teacher discusses the first 4 slides with the children e.g. Red
apple, where Red (describes) the apple (what) If the child likes a red apple but only asks for an apple, they may get a green apple instead, so it is important to describe the what carefully with more detail about colour, or size, shape or texture etc. The same with the next example concerning a hat (big/small). The children are shown that the word before the What (noun) describes the What in more detail. The next 2 slides are an answer sheet for each child, to go alongside the
IT presentation, and should be printed and distributed to the children before starting. During each slide, a pencil appears which is the cue for the children to tick or cross the word on the sheet, and then to discuss it with the teacher and class, prompted by the why? which appears on screen. After this they receive feedback on the screen. The childs task is to tick or cross each word as it appears on screen, according to its suitability to describe the what in the picture.
Week 2 IT4 Describing the what Answer sheet for IT 4 Page 1 or
X Name Date 1. My dad has a
blue / small /cooks car. 2. Amy has a small / chair / friendly dog. 3. Ella plays with a ball. 4. Pete wants a
sleep / red / big red / pen / fast 5. Anna found a flower. bag / beautiful / pink
6. Dad has tree / big / black bicycle. shoes.
Answer sheet for IT 4 Page 2 Week 2 IT4 Describing the what or
X 7. Layla wears a yellow / long / table 8. Emma has a face.
book / bird / sad 9. Lucas has a letter. bus / long / bear
10.Grandma has a umbrella. purple / pretty/ horse 11.Josh has a hat.
box/ colourful / stripy 12. Nick likes cakes. bottle / big / house Name
Date dress. Describing the What
Are you ready? (To be viewed as slide show) Who does Jack
cooks what soup Who
doe s Jack cooks a what
lovely _____ soup green Jack likes _________ apples.
Why? red Jack likes _________apples. X Why?
big Aziz has a _________ hat. Why? small Aziz has a _________ hat.
X Why? Lets do some examples of What does it look like
blue My dad has a ________ car. Why? My dad has a small
________ car. Why? My dad has a cooks ________ car. Why?
Amy has a small _____ dog. Why? Amy has a chair _____ dog.
Why? Amy has afriendly _____ dog. Why?
sleep ball. Ella plays with a ________ Why? red Ella plays with a ________ ball.
Why? big Ella plays with a ________ ball. Why?
red Pete wants a ________ bicycle. Why? Pete wants a pen
_________ bicycle. Why? Pete wants a fast _________ bicycle. Why?
bag Anna found a _________ flower. Why? Anna found a beautiful
_________ flower. Why? pink Anna found a _________ flower.
Why? tree Dad has ___________ shoes. Why?
big Dad has ___________ shoes. Why? Dad has ___________ shoes.
black Why? Layla wears a yellow _______ dress. Why?
Layla wears a long _______ dress. Why? table dress. Layla wears a _______
Why? book Emma has a _________ face. Why?
bird Emma has a _________ face. Why? Emma has a _________
sad face. Why? bus Lucas has a _________ letter.
Why? long Lucas has a _________ letter. Why?
bear Lucas has a _________ letter. Why? purple umbrella.
Grandma has a _______ Why? pretty umbrella. Grandma has a _______ Why?
horse umbrella. Grandma has a _______ Why? box Josh has a _________
hat. Why? Josh has a colourful _________ hat. Why?
stripy Josh has a _________ hat. Why? bottle cakes.
Nick likes ______ Why? big cakes. Nick likes ______ Why?
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