The verb to have
To provide clarification, review and practice of the verb to have in the context of family
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of family
Procedure (45-59 minutes)
T shows the woman and girl's photo. T: WHAT DO YOU SEE IN THE PHOTO?(MAYBE MOTHER AND DAUGHTER? HOW OLD IS THE GIRL? HOW OLD IS THE WOMAN?
T shows the questions for "FAMILY TREE" T: LOOK AT THE QUESTIONS READ THE DIALOG ANSWER THEM CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T reveals the key.
T writes on on the board "SHE HAS A DAUGHTER" T WHAT IS THE ROOT OF THE VERB?(TO HAVE) WHAT IS THE MEANING OF TO HAVE?(POSSESSION) T writes examples " DEVRIM HAS A PEN", "EREN HAS A BOOK" T writes on the board " SHE HAS GOT A DAUGHTER" T: ARE THE MEANINGS SAME?(YES, THEY BOTH SHOW POSSESION) T: SHE HAS GOT A DAUGHTER IS MORE COMMON IN ENGLAND. WHAT IS HAS GOT?( IT IS A UNUSUAL TO WORD VERB. THE MAIN VERB IS HAVE GOT) T writes have got: unusual two word verb, it shows possession
T writes (+) sentence for SHE HAS A DAUGHTER T underlines has for she he it. T writes the form " subject + the verb to have + object T drills the pronunciation T: WHAT IS THE (-) SENTENCE OF SHE HAS A DAUGHTER? ANY IDEA WE USE THE AUXILARY VERB " DON'T OR DOESN'T T writes (-) sentences with long and short. T writes the form " subject + auxilary verb don't/doesn't + object T drills the pronunciation. T: HOW ABOUT QUSTION SENTENCE(T points at She has a daughter.) WE USE THE AUXILARY VERB DO AND DOES. T writes (?) sentences.. T writes the form " auxilary verb do/does + main verb to have + object. T drills the pronunciation. CCQ: DOES THE QUESTION SENTENCE START WITH AUXILARY VERB OR MAIN VERB IN NEGATIVE SENTENCE WHAT COMES AFTER THE SUBJECT? MAIN VERB OR AUXILARY VERB. T writes She has got a daughter. T writes (+) sentences with long and short. T writes the form "subject + have got/has got + object" T drills the pronunciation. T writes (-) sentences with long and short. T writes the form " subject + haven't got/hasn't got + object T drills the pronunciation. T writes (?) sentence. T writes the form " have/has + subject + got + object T drill the pronunciation.
T shows the handout "WRITE HAVE/HAS. T: LOOK AT THE EXERCISE FILL THE GAPS WITH HAVE OR HAS. DO IT ON YOUR OWN. CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER. T reveals the key.
T shows the handout "MAKE THE SENTENCES NEGATIVE" T: LOOK AT THE EXERCISE. MAKE THE SENTENCES NEGATIVE DO IT ON YOUR OWN CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER. T reveals the key.
T creates a role play. T: ASK THOSE QUESTIONS TO YOUR PARTNER WRITE DOWN THE ANSWERS T demonstrates the activity with a student. T selects two or more students and asks " WHAT DID YOU LEARN ABOUT YOUR PARTNER