To review the target language, the use of have/has got, from the video.
Use a projector to do the task as a whole class activity OR
Provide tablets for groups of learners to do the task in groups.
Use a computer to share the task online – by clicking the link Activity 2
Pre-teach any vocabulary if relevant to learners.
Words used in the activity: a tent, a parrot, a smart watch, a blue bike, a brown dog, a football, a red schoolbag, a blue skateboard, a TV, a cat, a green car, a guitar.
Encourage the learners to use adjectives with the nouns in the pictures. (e.g. blue, beautiful)
As a follow-up activity ask the learners whether they have or haven’t got the things in the pictures.
Note that it is possible to switch templates using the same content by clicking one of the templates (e.g. Random cards, Random wheel, Open the box) on the right of the screen.
Dave has got a blue bike/a brown dog/ a football/ a skateboard.
Dave hasn’t got a smart watch / a red schoolbag.
Ben and Betty have got a (beautiful) cat/ a parrot/ a (brown) guitar.
Ben a Betty haven’t got a TV/ a green car/ a tent.