Teaching Practice 1
to introduce and give practice in "have/has got" in the positive and negative to describe personal possessions
vocabulary of personal possesssions, listening and speaking
Procedure (59-83 minutes)
putting some items from the listening reading about Sally and Bill from the previous lesson on the w/b (Cd player, mobile phone, digital camera, DVD player, DVDs) and ask them "what's this?" before putting each on the w/b,then get the students to remember if they were Sally's, Bill's or both by asking them (whilst pointing to each picture) "is this for sally or Bill?",then put the pictures under their names on the board.
students will use TL to describe items on the board. I will write one positive and one negative sentence under each name.
students will repeat different forms after me with the focus on contractions
I will put a picture of an old car on the board, then elicit the TL; "I've got an old car",and continue the same process for (you, we, they, he, she) as well.
Show Ss the rest of the pictures and elicit the vocabulary, then put them on the w/b. practice the pronunciation after each.
I will demo the task by by putting a de-vowelled word on the w/b and elicit the spelling and the word. Ss in pairs complete the vocabulary HO by filling in the vowels in the words. i will get an early finisher to come to he w/b to write up the words as an answer key.
I will give the Ss HO2 (folded) from the workbook.Elicit a couple of sentences to describe what the people in the pictures have got. I will get Ss in pairs to talk about what each person has got using the TL and referring to the chart.
Ss unfold the HO2 and fill in the gaps with the correct form of TL.
I will ask the answers and focus on accuracy of form and good pronunciation including contractions.
shoe the pictures and get elicit where they are to set the context that they are in a shop answering questions for a survey.
Give Ss HO3 and get them to work in pairs to say if they think each person has got or has not got the items in the list.
ask w/c for feedback
Ss listen to track R2.3 and fill in the chart with the correct answers.Then Ss check in pairs.
Take w/c feedback and find out if the Ss were right or wrong and if they are surprised by anything.