★One way is to explain the rules and have students practice the rules. This is calles "deductive approach".
T: When you want to say about a singular form of the three person, you put "-s" at the ending of verbs. But there are some verbs to put "-es" and some verbs to change different forms.
① like ⇒ likes （put "~s"）
② watch ⇒ watches (put "~es")
③ have ⇒ has (different forms)
T： Let's practice !!!
1, I like baseball. ⇒ He ___ baseball.
2, I watch TV everyday. ⇒ She ____ TV everyday.
3, I have a little rabbit. ⇒ Shin ____ a little rabbit.
★The other way is to show the picture or example sentenses and have them notice the rules. This is called "inductive approach".
T: I would like you to find the rules from the following sentenses.
1,I like baseball.
2, We have a party.
3,They study English.
4,She plays the piano.
5,He likes red.
6,Mike eats breakfast every morning.
C: I think that when the subject is "I" , "we" and "they"， we don't need to do anythig. But when the subject is "he", "she" and someone's name, we put "~s" or "~es" or change into the different forms.
T: Yes, that's right.
When the subject is a singular third person, we need to put "~s" or "~es" or change it to the different words, but we don't need to change forms in others.
Which method do you use??? ｄBY SNIFFLES！ｄ