T shows Ss the poster and elicits the words they know.
T shows Ss the flashcards, if Ss don’t know the word, T pronounces it, Ss repeat chorally, then individually, then T presents the written form.
We see with the .. eyes
We listen with the … ears.
We smell with the … nose.
T names the part of the body and Ss show. (Touch your nose, touch your hair…). One student may name the parts and the other Ss show.
T asks Ss to describe her.
My hair is short. So I… (have got) short hair. My eyes are green. So I.. (have got) blue eyes.
T shows a flashcard and asks to describe the character. T tries to elicit the construction have got in 3d person singular. Her hair is dark. So she … (has got) dark hair.
CCQ: What form of have do we use in 3d person singular?
With what pronounces do we use have/has?
Where do we put have/has in a question?
T revises the way of making a question.
T writes a rule on the board.
I, you, we, they have got fair hair.
He, she it has got fair hair.
Have you (we, they) got fair hair?
Has she (he, it) got fair hair?
Drilling. Describe your neighbor on the right. Describe any person from the group and we will guess.
T has a picture, Ss should ask yes/no questions one by one using construction have got and guess the picture. Who guesses the first – shouts «Stop the bus» and he is a winner and gets a sticker.
ICQs: Can you ask me «Is it a dog or a mouse?» No
What answers can I give you? Yes/No
Who can shout «Stop the bus»?
T controls the construction of questions.
Ss are going to work in pairs. T gives one card for a pair, they have 15 sec to think about a description, one pair starts to describe a picture, using the vocabulary, the other pairs should guess and shout «House». The pair, who guessed the first, is a winner for that team and they get a sticker. Now the next pair describes a picture and the other should guess.
ICQs: Can we show the picture? (No)
How can we describe a picture? (Using voc. And construction have got)
Which pair is a winner? (Who shouts “House” the first)
T gives stickers for correct answers.
T tells Ss a story about a robbery in the shop (show a picture to explain the meaning).
They'll have to identify the thief (explain the meaning of the word, show the picture).
Divide them into pairs (give sheets with the written role). One of them will be a policeman (show a picture to explain the meaning), the other one is a witness (explain the meaning of the word).
Work in pairs.
The policeman'll ask questions about the appearance of the thief, using grammar construction (have got/has got) and active vocabulary (appearance) and try to draw the portrait.
At the end we'll have the photofit
of the thief. Whose photofit will be closer to the portrait of the real thief that pair wins.
ICQs: Who asks questions?
Who answers questions?
The winner gets stickers.
At the end we count all stickers for the lesson and name the winner.
To make a riddle about your favourite cartoon character.