A powerpoint presentation complete with pictures, graphs, and custom animation that teaches students the comparative and superlative forms. Student examples and guided practice include highly interesting topics for pre-teens and teenagers. Students will learn how to identify and use the comparative and superlative forms in writing. In addition, students will learn the other forms for adjectives and adverbs (good, bad, much, well, little). A review at the end serves as a good closure to the lesson. This grammar lesson was used in a 7th grade English Language Arts class. Created by Kimberly Gallo.