G: Possessive’s, Whose...? V: Family
To provide To present and practise possessive s to talk about their families or someone's property. Furthermore, they will be able to distinguish the difference between possessive s or is.
To speak in the context of families.
Procedure (48-73 minutes)
Ask students to introduce and talk about themselves. Ask a student to come to the board and write three words that describe something in their life, and then ask other students to guess what that can be. Exp: Student A writes “pizza” Students B asks “Is your favorite food pizza?” The game goes on till everyone come to the board.
Doing the first exercise in the lesson
Pair up the students and ask them to discuss the next exercise (exercise 1b)
Focus students on one of the sentences and look at possessive 's and try to get some ideas from the students regarding the meaning of it and depending on the answers explain it's meaning. Also mention that they had lessons about the possesions. Explain that "We use the possessive 's to show that something belongs to someone or something." Then ask students to complete the rule according to the examples on the board. Then explain about all the rules and exceptions in Possessives (Singular and plurals, Names ect...)
Give students the Work sheet and ask them to do it individually and then discuss it in pairs.
Tell the students that the apostrophe s can be seen in the same form but with different meanings. Write on the board three sentences "Lisa's beautiful" "Lisa's got two children” and underline the 's in the sentences. They look same but are they same? Ask their ideas and explain the differences
If time allows, students will then be asked to draw their own family tree. They then tell their partner about their family and that student has to draw the other person's family tree. Students can do the exercise with other partners when finished. Teacher will monitor for any errors and conduct delayed error correction on board if necessary.