Presentation on theme: "INSTRUCTIONS Have students memorize the picture displayed on slide 3. Then provide sts with the example on slide 4 and have them in pairs, ask and answer."— Presentation transcript:
INSTRUCTIONS Have students memorize the picture displayed on slide 3. Then provide sts with the example on slide 4 and have them in pairs, ask and answer questions about the picture they memorized using the pictures on slide 5. Play hot potato with two balls. One student asks and the other answers questions to correct the exercise on slide 5. On slide 6, have sts copy the sentences on their notebooks. Click on the slide to start the animation and see the answer. On slides 7 to 13, give students some minutes to memorize the pictures. Click on the picture and it will disappear. Some words are behind it. Students have to say “there is” or “there isn’t” relating the picture and the words. Click on the slide to see the answer. By Lilian Marchesoni
COMPLETE THE SENTENCES _________________________ A HAMBURGER. _________________________ WATER. _________________________ AN APPLE. _________________________ A PIZZA. _________________________ A HOT DOG. _________________________ A CHOCOLATE BAR. _________________________ A PEAR. _________________________ A CAKE. _________________________ A SALAD. _________________________ AN ORANGE. THERE IS THERE ISN’T
hamburger There isn’t a hamburger. banana There is a banana.
pizza tomato cake There is a pizza. There isn’t a cake. There is a tomato.
egg There is an egg. apple There is an apple. ice cream cone There isn’t an ice cream cone.
pizza There is a pizza. salad There isn’t a salad. cake There is a cake.
hamburger There isn’t a hamburger. orange There is an orange.
pizza There isn’t a pizza. salad There is a salad. cake There isn’t a cake.
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