TP7 - Grammar & Speaking
By the end of this lesson students will have practiced the third conditional in the context of regrets.
To provide accuracy practice in speaking related to the topic.
Procedure (32-47 minutes)
T will quickly draw a story about being late to work on the board.
T will elicit the target language. T will ask SS to give an example of the third conditional. T: Work in pairs. Think and give an example of the third conditional.
Focus on meaning. CCQs: Did smth happen in the past? Can we change it? imaginary situation (which didn't happen) in the past. Focus on pron. 'Work in pairs. Pick up an example. Tell one another. Pay attention to pronunciation.' + past perfect contract forms, + would have past participle - past perfect, - wouldn't have + past participle T will drill some examples highlighting pron. Focus on stress. Remind SS: the stressed words in the sentences are information words negative auxiliaries are always stressed would, have been and the contracted form of had(‘d) have a weak pronunciation. T will drill some examples highlighting sentence stress. Ex3a. Quick practice. T: Ill give you HOs. Quickly have a look at them. Listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm. T will distribute HO1.
T will demonstrate the form in the board. if + past perfect, would have + past participle. Would have + past participle if + past perfect. T will drill several examples. T will set up task. T: HOs. Read the sentences. Write the verbs in brackets in the correct form. Check in pairs. Choose the person you haven't work with. ICQs. T will observe ss to collect errors and help if necessary.
T will provide HOs. T: Read the sentences. Write the sentences with the same meaning. Use the third conditional. You have 3 minutes Check in pairs. T will observe ss and help if necessary. Feedback.
T: Now walk around. Ask one another about your regrets. Describe the situation. Then build the sentence using the third conditional. Ask at least 3 people. You can write. ICQs. T will observe SS and help if necessary.
T will nominate SS to tell about S they asked. SS are expected to describe someones situation and build a sentence using the third conditional.
T will provide HOs. T: Read the clauses. Match A-K to 1-11.