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. Review demonstrative adjectives, possessive adjectives, numeral adjectives, indefinite adjectives, and interrogative adjectives to ensure retention.
3. Introduce the concept of exclamatory determining adjectives and give examples in English.
4. Get out the organizational sheet and have students fill out the exclamatory adjectives section, creating examples as you work through the concept.
5. Have students say an encouraging exclamatory term about another student in the class (i.e. ¡Qué belleza¡ or ¡Qué talentoso! etc.). Then go around the class having students create exclamatory sentence about the classroom or the world around them using “Cuánto/a" and “Cuántos/as."
6. Play exclamatory charades. Give students a small slip of paper and have them write on exclamatory adjective phrase on their piece of paper. Mix up the papers and put them into a hat. Have students act out or draw out what the phrase is saying. The team with the most points is the winning team.