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    CCQ- Have got


    I have started the CELTA course and for my first TP I have been asked to introduce "have got". My tutor has helped me with the lesson plan, but the tutor said I don't need to do the CCQ as it is difficult. I am not one of those that gives up easily. I have been thinking and thought about setting the students a CCQ at the end of the lesson. I have thought of hiding an object (pen, stapler, etc) in my hands and asking the students to guess and hopefully they will come up with the sentence "you have got......". As this is my first TP, I would kindly appreciate some guidance from this forum.



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    Re: CCQ- Have got

    I understand your enthusiasm but are you sure you want to go against your tutor's specific advice not to incorporate a CCQ?

    In any case, we make it clear in the rules of the forum that we cannot help with any sort of homework or assignment, whether that is for learners of English or trainee teachers. Your tutor wants to see what you can do.

    Good luck with your first lesson.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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