TP3 - Grammar - Esther Diaz
Students will learn MFP of has to/ have to/ had to
Procedure (33-46 minutes)
I will ask about their rutine, in their houses, jobs, university. 1. Think about two mandatory tasks that you must accomplish in your job / studies / home / daily life. 2. Think about the things you did (for example) to gradauate from your carreer or to get a job. I will start with my own experience and then I will take some notes on the zoom board from the students experiences.
I will show pictures ABC from SB P 22-23 and ask Ss this question: Look at photos A-C. Who is: a paramedic? an interpreter?a football referee?
After the students match the professions with the pictures, we will make the listening about things they had to do to get that job or activities they have to do when they are in their jobs. Then students will match this statements with the professions shown in the pictures. 1. I had to study a lot and do on-the-job training for three years. But I didn’t have to pay for it - the government did. 2. You don’t have to go to college, but you have to do a special course. 3. You usually have to have a degree in languages.
Meaning I would ask this CCQs, according to the sentences Sentence: You have to do a special course CCQ: Is it mandatory to do the course? Sentence: You usually have to have a degree in languages. CCQ: Is it necessary to have a degree in languages? Sentence: I had to study a lot and do on-the-job training for three years CCQ: Is this sentence talking about the past or the present? Sentence: You don’t have to go to college CCQ: Is this sentence in a negative or positive form? Sentence: But I didn’t have to pay for it. CCQ: what do you think about this one, is in present, negative.....? Have to / Has to : Something is necessary, you have no choice. Had to : Something was necessary to do at that specific moment in the past. Form Present subject/pronoun + has/have to + present verb + complement (Affirmative) subject/pronoun + does not / do not + have to + present verb + complement (Negative) Form Past subject/pronoun + had to + present verb + complement (Affirmative) subject/pronoun + did not + have to + present verb + complement (Negative) To explain the form I will use sentences from the previous task: You have to do a special course You don’t have to go to college I had to study a lot and do on-the-job training for three years But I didn’t have to pay for it Pronunciation Show the IPA for have to, has to, had to. Contractions don’t, doesn’t, didn’t. Stress in sentences
I will show them a gap-fill practice and make the first two with them as a model. The will firts work individually (I will put the activity link in the chat) Then I will send them into BORs to work in pairs to complete and compare their tasks. You don’t have to (not) go to college, but you have to do a special course. The good thing is you_______ (not) pay very much for the course. But it's a lot of work. A referee knows everything about the laws of the game. That means you __________ learn 130 pages of rules. When I did my course eight years ago, we __________ do practical and written exams. I’ll never forget my first practical exam. I ___________ (not) referee for 90 minutes, only the first half of a match. I was terrified because I ____________give a player a red card after only five minutes. He wasn't happy about it! But dealing with angry footballers is something a referee ___________ learn very quickly. A referee_________ (not) be super fit like a footballer but he _________ practice running backwards. That's difficult! I love my job, but people never remember the good decisions I make, only the bad ones. For the Open Class Feedback I will use an answer key.
For the free practice, I will place a task where they have to tick the activities the do on the week and the weekend (Activity 11, Page 106). Then with this information the will write 2 sentences using has/have to or had to in possitive and affirmative forms (acording with the activities the tick). They will be working in BORs and then we make the OCFB.