Teaching Practice 1
To provide students controlled practice of family vocab, the specific use of possessive 's and basic understanding of "have/has got" in sentence formulation.
To provide practice vocabulary by giving students the gist and specific information of Molly and Steve's family tree. To give students practice on their productive skills of listening and speaking.
Procedure (16-45 minutes)
- Introduce self - Know students and get comfortable - Ask questions on what topic they have learned on previous lessons emphasizing on possessive nouns
- To form two groups of red and blue team. - To analyze the activity and explain on what to do - To pair students in each team and ask to fill- in the family tree - Ask ICQ's to avoid confusion - Give them time to answer and analyze the question - Monitor each pair to make sure they know what to do
- Direct students to analyze the family grid that they only have filled up half of the family tree. - Elicit vocabulary and ask questions matching it to the family grid, e.g. Who's Molly's sister? Who's Pam's mother - Illustrate on WB to differentiate contracted and possessive nouns with the use of apostrophe s. - Ask students to formulate questions targeting their integrated skills
- Regroup students by pair of blue and red team. - Clear instruction to fill up the remaining grid by asking questions and trying not to look at each other's work. - Ask ICQ's - Give students time to analyze the family tree through asking concept questions with their partner and correctly filling up the missing family name. - Monitor their progress by giving support on each team
- Give out the answers by: a. Ask comprehensive questions with the use of have/has got? e.g. Have Bob and Sally got three children? Has Pam got children? b. Differentiate possessive and contracted noun/pronoun.e.g Steve’s got two sons, Peter, and Billy? Is that correct? - Explain using WB - Ask students to give an example
- Regroup the students by two's or three's. - Give out activity paper - Explain the activity by formulating one question of possessive noun and "has/have got" in a sentence. - Ask ICQ's - Monitor on their progress
- Ask students to share their answers - Give feedback - Focus on their integrated skills: reading, speaking and listening