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Go: JHS GrammarWho's This Woman?

SUBMITTED BY: Norm Cook

BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: Original

EDITED BY: C_M

GRAMMAR: Question, 'Who' / Pronouns

EXAMPLE: Who's this woman? That's Sara.

DATE ADDED: March 27, 2014

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15-25 min.

 

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BRIEF OUTLINE: Students create names for characters on the worksheet and then ask classmates, 'Who's this ~?'  Then, students practice writing questions and answers.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. Practice the grammar using, "Who's this woman / man / boy / girl?" and "She's ~." or "That's ~."
  2. Practice reading the prepared names from the list on the left of page 1.
  3. Have the students fill out 5 names on the worksheet.  This can be done by gender or by seat.  For example, all boys will write 5 girls names, all boys will write 5 boys names, or the left side of the class must write 5 boys names. 
  4. Students then walk around and ask each other, "Who's this ~?" and write their partners answer.
  5. When the student has written all of the names, they can sit down and begin to write the question and answer portion on page 2. 

 

VARIATIONS:

  • Instead of using the name list on page one, try having the students create their own names for each character. 


TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

  • Adjust the grammar to fit your textbook if needed.

 


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