1. Review determining adjectives. Revisit that there are many types of determining adjectives, but that they all have many things in common:
a. They always possess a gender and identify a quantity.
b. They always agree with the gender and number of the noun or name that they accompany.
c. They may be placed either before or after the noun or name that they accompany.
2. Do a quick review of demonstrative adjectives, possessive adjectives, numeral adjectives, and indefinite adjectives to ensure retention.
3. Introduce the concept of interrogative determining adjectives and give examples in English.
4. Fill out the chart in the Organization sheet and create examples.
5. Have students ask popcorn questions around the room. Have one student ask another student a question using the proper grammar. The next student will answer and then ask a similar but different question to another student. Continue around the room until all have participated.
6. Have students get into partners or small groups and have them write a dialogue that includes at least five examples of interrogative adjectives.
7. Have students read their dialogues in front of the class.