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Grammar Have / has got
Elementary level

Description

In this lesson students learn about using "have / has got" to talk about possessions. This will be achieved through a listening and reading activity in which Sally and her grand father talk about the things they've got. Students will elicit the structure through CCQ. This will be followed by controlled practice and finally a freer activity.

Materials

Abc Computer
Abc Pictures
Abc white board
Abc Projector
Abc Handouts
Abc Answer Keys

Main Aims

  • To practise have / has got to talk about possessions.

Subsidiary Aims

  • To listen for details.

Procedure

Stage 1 (5-8 minutes) • To ensure that I know the Ss' names to nominate. To set the context. To further develop the context

Ensure the Ss name cards are ready. Ss look at a picture showing the important things I've got. Ask to the Ss to think of their own.

Stage 2 (10-12 minutes) • To set the context and prepare the students to the structure

Ss will listen to Sally and her grandfather talking about the things they've got and haven't got. Ss answer True / False questions and answer key is on the projector. Asking CCQ questions to elicit the structure.

Stage 3 (5-10 minutes) • To help the Ss notice the TL

Highlighting the structure. Subject + have/has got + a/an + noun Subject +haven't '/hasn't got + a/an + noun Contraction Form I/we/they/you' ve got - She/He/it's got Forming questions: Have/ has + Subject + a/an + noun Highlighting the stress, model and drill. Ss practise.

Stage 4 (10-15 minutes) • To practice listening for specific information and provide controlled practice

A listening activity in which the Ss try to compare their guesses with what they've heard in the conversation. Ss practice controlled practice of the TL. Ss practice freer practice.

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