Family words- Possessive 's
To provide clarification and practice of family lexis in the context of family
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about Family lexis in the context of Family
Procedure (41-53 minutes)
part 1 the students are shown three pictures and then they are asked to come up with as many adjectives as they could for the pictures part 2 each student will be given 7 pictures and they will ask each other to make sentences based on the pictures. example: A: what is this? B: this is an old car
student will be given pictures. They will read and listen to cooper family.
The teacher will show a set of pictures about his own family members and will ask the students to guess the relationship. Each family word is illustrated via one picture.
The students will be given an exercise to work on. then they will be asked to check their answers in pair. The answer key will be revealed through a listening activity
The teacher gives feedback with respect to the exercise
The teacher walks and accidentally drops his wallet. the students, presumably, will shout 'your wallet'.
After the students shout 'your wallet', the teacher writes down the below sentences on the board and drills them: This wallet is for Ali = This is Ali's wallet
The teacher then goes on asking questions to elicit the form and the meaning. the teacher helps the students defines the form of the target language. for instance, the students will come up with the fact that we always have a noun after possessive 's not an adjective.
The teacher gives students an exercise to practice the target language.They do the exercise alone and then are asked to check the answers in pairs
The teacher gives students feedback with respect to the exercise