Step 1: Initially the teacher explains to identify opposites by drawing or showing pictures. (Pre-lesson).
Step 2: The teacher calls one child to come and pick up a card from the first set.
Step 3: The child comes and picks up a card from the first set. (E.g. card having a picture of an elephant). The teacher asks how the elephant is big or small.
Step 4: The child answers her question (other children clap) and the teacher writes the word on the board.
Step 5: The teacher calls another student to pick up a card from the second set having a card with the opposite picture (ant).
Step 6: The child comes and picks up the card (E.g. card having a picture of an ant). The teacher asks how the ant is big or small.
Step 7: The child answers her question and the teacher writes the opposite word on the board.
The above steps are repeated till all the cards are completed.
Step 8: Then the teacher takes a card from the third set having both the pictures (elephant and ant) with words written (big and small). She says aloud both the words ...Show more