What's important to you?
To provide practice of have/has got positive and negative in the context of family, possessions (in the 3rd person)
To provide detailed reading practice using a text about What's important in the context of Fa
Procedure (33-46 minutes)
Write on the board: a digital camera / a mobile phone / a television /a CD player /a red dress / an old car / an old bike / a dog / DVD player / Draw two columns and label them Sally and Bill. Ss will update the table with the items. Compare with your partner. w/c FB
Ask Ss what is this (reading text they used in Lisa's lesson) Good, please take it out. Tell me about Bill. Bill has got an old car. Great, now look for similar examples and underline it. (has got and have got). Compare with your partner. Ss look at the reading text and underline the target language: I've got, have got, haven't got, 's got, hasn't got, 've got, Elicit all forms – positive & negative & drill, focusing on the contractions.
Write on the board: Bill has + got + an old car Sally has + got + a new mobile phone What about the television? Bill hasn't + got + a television Have got (have/has + got) is used to talk mainly about possessions or personal elements. I have got a mobile phone. I've got He / she/ it has got a mobile phone he / she/ it's got
Ss will work in pairs and complete the ws. FB - copies on the wall Ss check
Give Ss WkBk ex 4 (fold it in half before the lesson) so that Ss can only see the chart. Get Ss in pairs to talk about what each person has got using the TL & referring to the chart. Tell Ss to unfold the HO – in pairs they fill in the gaps with the correct form of the TL. Take w/c FB
Show a picture of Sally and Bill. Ask who they are? (Sally and Bill) Ask where are they? Shop. Put Ss in pairs. Work together. Show worksheet. Tell Ss they are in a shop and the assistant is asking them questions on what they have. Ss guess and tick the box. Take FB Ss listen to track R2.3. Ss check in pairs. Take w/c FB & find out if they are surprised by anything.