Grammar Lesson 6
|Mikro Lesson 6||Learning Outcomes||Method/Steps|
|Have/has||-Recognize the correct usage for the words 'has' and 'have'|
-Demonstrate the ability to correctly use the verbs 'has' and 'have'
-Explain the terms root verb and -s form
|-t shows st a picture (Scene from Netflix: Fuller House Season 1 Episode 4)
-t writes “Jackson has a volcano.” T asks st, “How many volcanoes does Jackson have?”
- T elicits “one” from st.
- t writes “The boys have lunch bags.” T asks st “How many lunch bags do the boys have?”
-t elicits “three” from st.
- t shows St in a drawing “1S and 2S”
- t explains to st that if there is only 1 subject then the verb has “s”. If the subject is 2 or more, then the verb has no “s”. In this case, if there is only 1 subject, the subject takes “has” an if there is more than 1 subject, the subject takes “have”.
-t shows st a picture (Scene from Netflix: Fuller House Season 1 Episode 4)
-t asks st “How many students are there?”
- t elicits “many” from st.
-t asks st to choose the best word “The students has/have many volcanoes.”
- t elicits “The students have many volcanoes.”
-t asks st “How many classrooms are there?”
- t elicits “one” from st.
-t asks st to choose the best word “The classroom has/have many students.”
- t elicits “The classroom has many students.”
- T asks st to choose a subject and make a sentence form. “xxx have/has xxx.”
-St share their answers with class.
- T asks st to write down/type their answers
- T checks st answers.