In this lesson, the student learns and practices vocabulary related to Halloween while learning about the differences between the auxiliary have and have as a main verb.
The student reveals the hints in a mind map and guesses what holiday the lesson is about (Halloween).
Video: History of Halloween
Before watching the video, the student learns new vocabulary related to Halloween by matching it with the meanings (bobbing for apples, medieval, immigrant, etc.). They also match the new words with their synonyms and images. Next, they practice using the new words by completing the sentences.
They watch a video about the history of Halloween and complete the video comprehension practice.
Grammar: have as a main or auxiliary verb
The student learns to distinguish between the auxiliary have and have as a main verb. Then, they practice using and identifying these two types of have.
Finally, the student completes the wrap-up part by discussing the Halloween tradition and revising grammar.
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