First Conditional through the Context of life problems
To provide detailed practice through exercises and production on the grammar point of the first conditional through the context of life problems.
To provide practice on writing and speaking as a production of the target language.
Procedure (28-41 minutes)
Students will receive 3 images of people having a problem and be asked to explain what is happening and write down the problem they are having. We will than elicit the word problems. Students will than listen to a recording to match what they hear to the images. Finally they will match some sentences to the images to finish the first stage and have some exposure to the TL.
Students will answer 3 questions about the TL individually and then group check their knowledge - Do the sentences talk about the present or future - Does the `if` part of the sentence, talk about things which are possible or certain? - Is the if clause always first in the sentence?
The teacher will explain the form of sentences using `if` and also explain the pronunciation. The length of this stage will depend on how the students perform on the previous stage.
Students will receive a paragraph where they need to choose the correct words to fill in the gaps in the paragraph.
Students will un-jumble the sentences individually and than peer check
Students will need to use the TL to write sentences based on 3 topic , including Holidays , Weather and a bank robbery. A demonstration will be done on the board first after which students will write, and than ask each other what they would do in these situations.