Comparatives Lesson at the Farmers’ Market


On Thursday Kathleen took her students to Byron Bay’s Farmers’ Market to practise comparatives, superlatives and other ways of making comparisons.

On the excursion her students had to complete some tasks and a worksheet.

One thing they had to do was to find three types of food that they could taste for free and say which were the tastiest, the blandest, the sweetest, the saltiest and the richest. They also had to write adjectives to describe the market and propose a dream market stall of their own.

From the pictures above, it looks like they had a lot of fun.

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