Upper Intermediate level
To provide clarification, review and practice of have/get in the context of a rich person
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of things that make them happy or they would have done by others for themselves
Procedure (8-44 minutes)
1) Draw a man on the board or paste a picture (stick man or picture of a man in a suit) 2) Ask/tell them this man has lots of money and power
As they look at the picture ask the students to suggest: 1) Elicit a local name for the man 2) Write it next to the picture 3) What part of town he lives in ( a local wealthy neighborhood) 4)) Ask them where his children go to school 5) Where he buys clothes 6) The kind of car he buys 7) Where he goes on holiday etc
1) Ask students to read the sentences in ex 1 2) Ask different students to read the sentences aloud and check if they understand using CCqs a) Does he get his breakfast himself? (No) b) Does someone else do it for him? (Yes) c) Does he iron his clothes himself (No) d) Does he get his other meals cooked for him? (Yes) e) Doe he get his house cleaned from someone else? (Yes)
1)Then ask the students to answer the two questions in pairs a) How would you describe a person like this? (Affluent, privileged, entitled) b) Do you know anyone like this? 2) Draw students attention to the info in the grammar box 3) Tell them /elicit that we use have/get to talk about when someone else does something for is or to us For e.g. I have my car washed everyday OR I get my car washed everyday contrast with I haven't gotten my car washed today Have and got are used for I, we, you, they What will the case be with he she , it...what will you use? SS wil answer has He has his car washed everyday. I
1) Ss has to change the sentences so they have the same meaning 2) Stronger students can continue making more sentences about the man 3) Circulate/monitor and help weaker students.
Tell students to ask each other the following questions: 1) Which of these things would you like to have done for you? 2) What other things would you like to have done for you? 3) Would this make you happy? Do WC feedback by asking students to report back in pairs.