Picture Search (Be/ Have)
- To solve the exercice. - To activate previous knowledge. - To assure the information procesing of the whole classroom. - To summarize and synthesize. - To solve doubts, make corrections and contrast answers.
Procedure: 1. Divide the class into groups of three or four. Give each group several catalogs or magazines. (You may want to ask each student the previous day to bring in a magazine or catalog) 2. Have each group make ten sentences, using a form of to be or to have. Examples: The man has a hat. The man is tall 3. Have the groups read their sentences aloud while showing the class the pictures the sentences describe. Variation: - To make it a competition, the first group that shows you 20 corrects sentences wins. For a higher group, you may want to asssign more sentences.