I love technology! Gadget vocab & "I have/ don't have, She has/doesn't have"
To provide clarification and practice of the present simple of the verb "to have" in the context of technology/gadgets.
To provide clarification of gadget words in the context of technology.
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of gadgets.
Procedure (38-52 minutes)
Show pictures of new vocabulary (7-8 words) one by one. Elicit. Drill one by one. Show the pictures again. Elicit.
Chest HO "Match pictures with the words" Distribute Work individually, check in pairs. ((as students work, post up pictures in two columns, ones I have and ones I don't have.)) Write words on the board///distribute labels, have students come up and label the pictures. SHOULD I DO "AT WORK" AND "AT HOME"??? They know "work" from Nurten's lesson. Highlighting: "I have a cell phone (show my cellphone, and point to picture). I don't ave an iPad" Elicit the others from students. Put two sentences on WB Drill + mark stress
Show Meghan's picture: This is my friend. Her name is Meghan. Show Yasmin's picture: This is another friend. Her name is Yasmin. They both have technology. Read and fill in the blanks with Meghan/Yasmin or They. ---- Check with your partner. Put Meghan and Yasmin on the WB. Students can write answers on the WB. What kinds of technology
Elicit the grammar rule: They have mobile phones.They don't have fax machines. I/you/we/they + have + object + don't have + object She has a printer. She doesn't have a digital camera. She/he/it + has + object + doesn't have + object
These sentences are about the teachers. Fill in the blanks. Show an example on the board: We have mobile phones. We have printers at school.
Model the question form: "do you have" to prep students for the game. Ask students "do you have?" ; have two students model the game "do you have....." and "Yes I do/No I don't"
Students will play a mini-board game in pairs, asking one another about the kinds of technology they have/don't have. If time, students talk in groups to tell about their partners ie. "she has a mobile phone" etc.