Just a quick post today about an activity to practice the comparative and superlative (I have some longer posts planned but no time as of yet to write them out!). I have students bring in pictures or magazines as a homework assignment. In class we discuss various current movies, books, tv shows, celebrities, etc. using the comparative. I then have them create their own image pages to express their opinions.
The rules: they need 6 pictures, 3 examples of the comparative and 2 of the superlative.
It's a really simple activity - though finding pictures and cutting them up will take up some time - that's a practical use of a skill they're learning. It's also pretty easy to check and give feedback on. As an extension, I think I'll divy them up and have them write ways they disagree with the statements there.
This is leading us into our upcoming Class Superlatives Activity, which we'll be doing this Friday. If you're interested in more Comparative and Superlative activites for German, check out my bundle on TPT by clicking here.
- Frau Leonard