What have you got?
To present the grammar for have / has got and a / an + some.
To provide the students with the oppurtunity to do a short writing task using the grammar.
To provide the students with the oppurtunity to practise speaking the grammar in a short chain game (if there is time).
Procedure (40 minutes)
The students will each receive half a sentence and mingle searching for their partner with the other half.of the sentence.S -
The teacher writes a list of the personal pronouns (I you he she we they) on the board. She then prduces a bag containing realia relating to the vocabulary lesson before this one. The students guess some of the items in the bag and the items are pulled out and put on the students' tables. The table on the board is then completed with the students providing the answers where possible. Check whether SS know that I've = I have, You've = You have etc. The grammar sheets are handed out and the students try to work out the rule for a / an + some.
Three signs a, an + some are hung up on the classroom walls (front wall and two side walls). Each student gets a gapped sentence and they need to go to the sign with the missing word for their sentence. Students read their sentence out aloud.
Give each student a card. Eiter a picture or a word. They mingle to find their partner with the matching card. In pairs the students write 3 gapped sentences each. eg. I've got .... pencil. I've got ...... apple. The partner needs to decide whether the missing word is a / an or some. Students can write the sentences on the back of the grammar sheet. They should put their names on the sheet which will be collected by the teacher.
(If there is time) We will play a chain game where the students each choose a card and each one tells the class what they've got. T demonstrates briefly with larger cards. T: I've got an apple in my bag. S1: I've got football and an apple in my bag. S2: I've got a football, an apple and a ...etc