Majid kaveh Majid kaveh

TP 8
pre-intermediate B1 level

Description

In this lesson, Ss are going to be introduced to the "conditional type 2". To begin with, the T will start the class with a film to set the context. Then the T will ask a couple of questions to highlight the model sentences. The T intends to use GD to clarify the MFP of the structure. Afterward, the T provides Ss with some controlled and semi-controlled practices. Last but not least, the T will have a freer practice. Finally, the T will work on the Ss' errors.

Materials

Abc power point
Abc HO 3
Abc HO 2
Abc HO 1

Main Aims

  • • To provide clarification and practice of the Conditional Type 2 in the context of "a perfect day".

Subsidiary Aims

  • • Listening for the specific information to highlight the model sentences in the context of "a perfect day"

Procedure

Warmer (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

* The T starts the class with a brief greeting and quickly asks Ss to watch a film about his granny. * The T asks Ss to talk about their perfect days in three minutes. * The T has WCFB

Exposure (7-10 minutes) • To provide a model of production expected in coming tasks through listening

* The T grabs Ss' attention and asks them to watch the film again and answer the Qs - HO 1- INS.: I want you to watch the film again and answer the Qs individually. ICQ: Are you going to do it alone or with your partners? Alone * The T asks Ss to check their answers together. * The T has WCFB.

Clarification (12-15 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the Target Lg.

* The T grabs the Ss' attention and highlights the marker sentence by putting it on the board. * The T intends to have the Guided Discovery approach. * The T provides Ss with the HO2 and asks them to answer the Qs in pairs. INS: With your partners, I want you to answer the Qs. ICQ.: Are you going to do it alone or with your partners? Partners If she had the chance of a perfect day, she would walk next to the sea. 1. Are we talking about the past, present or future? Present, Future 2. Does she have a chance of a perfect day? NO 3. Is she walking next to the sea? NO 4. How certain is "she would walk next to the sea"? 100 % 5. Is it a real or imaginary situation? Imaginary * The T provides the Ss with the Qs for the form of the TL and asks Ss to do them in pairs. INS: With your partners, I want you to answer the Qs. ICQ.: Are you going to do it alone or with your partners? Partners CCQs.:1. How many clauses are there? 2. Which is the "if clause"? 3. Which is the main clause? 4. Which word introduces a condition? 5. Which is the verb in the "if clause"? 6. Which tense is the verb? 7. Which is the verb in the main clause? 8. Which tense is the verb? 9. Is the comma (,) necessary? * The T works on the pronunciation of the marker sentence. * The T moves on the substitution drill. If she had the chance of a perfect day, she would walk next to the sea. I / They / We / She go on a trip / stay at a hotel / visit her friends enought time / enough money * The T provides WCFB for every single tast. * The T monitors Ss in every task.

Productive Task(s) (9-12 minutes) • To provide an opportunity to practice target productive skills

Controlled Practice * The T provides the Ss with a controlled Practice - HO3 - and asks Ss to answer them in pairs. INS.: With your partners, I want you to answer the Qs * The T starts monitoring. * The T has WCFB Freer Practice The T provides Ss with a couple of Qs and asks Ss to talk them over. INS.: I want you to talk them over in your groups. * The T starts monitoring while they are practicing.

Feedback and Error Correction • To provide feedback on students' production and use of language

* The T collects Ss errors while they are speaking in their groups. * The T writes the errors on the board. * The T elicits the correct forms from the Ss.

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