This unit is meant to be used as a way to introduce a mini-lesson focusing on grammar*. The specific target of this lesson is on the verbs “have” and “has.” Students often have trouble with these verbs, frequently using one form for all subjects (e.g. “She have it.”) This mini-unit includes several activities and visuals to explicitly teach and practice correct use of the verbs HAVE/HAS. Included you will find:
Visual Cue Sheets/Mats pg. 6-7
Pre-activity Short Story pg. 8-22
Target Discrimination and Practice pg. 23-35
Wordless Pictures for Practice pg. 36-50
Rule Breaker: (Teaching use of HAVE/HAS with personal pronouns)
Visual Cue Sheets/Mats pg. 51
Sorting Activity pg. 52
I Have...Who Has Game pg. 53
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*The concept of mini-lessons is adapted from the work of Sarita L. Eisenberg.
Eisenberg, S.L. (2007). Grammar: How can I say that better? In Ukrainetz, T. A. (Ed). Contextualized language intervention: Scaffolding prek-12 literacy achievement. (145-194). Pro-Ed, Inc.: Austin, TX.
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