Introducing have/have got
To practice the have/has got verb and introduce short yes/no answers through the context of talking about personal possessions.
Improve speaking fluency
Procedure (35-50 minutes)
In groups of 3-4 give students HO of personal possession pictures. Together ask them to write the words they know next to the objects. As w/c get the students to FB to me, one group at a time, the words they know.
Give out photocopy of question 10a, ask students to fill in the gaps. Do 1st question together. Remind students you/they/we/(names) uses "have" & he/she uses "has got". Give then 5 minutes.
w/c feed back; Ask each group in turn their answers, write correct answers on the board. Repeat with the entire class the sentences. Ask different students questions.
give student different colour cut outs of muddled up sentences get them to re-arrange them. Do the 1st question on the WB.
I will answer my example question on the WB. I will them hand out the answers for them to check & ask them to look at the table and answer the questions in pairs. All re-sight as a class the entire questions and answers.
Competition between 3 groups, I will ask questions like; has harry got a dog? - yes he has. has she got a mobile phone? have they got tv's? first students from each group to answer gets the point.