Relationships, Possessive Adjectives
To present and practice possessive adjectives to talk about relationships
To review and practice vocabulary to describe relationships. e.g brother/husband; listening and speaking
Procedure (29-39 minutes)
T will present a glass of water Ask 'whose coke is this?' T will put one straw in it to show 'my' cola. T will place drink infront of Ss to show 'his, hers, your'.
T puts picture of The Simpsons family on WB. Writes family next to picture. T asks, 'Is this my family?' (CCQ) T puts individual pictures of each member of the family on the board, focusing on one member at a time. Showing the relationships between the different members. He is his son. They are father and son. She is his daughter. They are father and daughter.
T gives Ss vocab list (mother, father,husband, wife brother, sister, son, daughter, my, your, mine, yours,she, he, his, hers, our, their) and a sheet split into three columns (female, male, neutral) ; show the class an example of sorting these words into columns. Count 1-4, sorting students into groups, making them move to different desks. Ss sort words into list. T runs through list with all Ss.
Give Ss HO with images of family and relationships - in pairs they will discuss the relationships depicted.