Fame, Third conditional sentences
Upper-intermediate, TS15, B2 level
To provide clarification of Third conditional in the context of Lucky break(fame)
To provide practice of Third conditional
Procedure (53-67 minutes)
The lesson will commence with asking 4 questions regarding being famous very quickly to contextualize the effects of being famous or popular. Following that 5 pictures which are about 5 well-known people will be depicted. Their identity will be elicited to see how much data the students have. Subsequently 3 questions will be asked and they will be put in pairs (two by two) in order to respond those aforementioned questions and share their ideas. I hasten to add before this task a couple of words about fame will be taught or reviewed as long as they are familiar with them.
There is a text which has been excerpted from the book. I will pre-teach two words (lucky break , talent contest) by sowing a short movie. Then a gist (general) question (What was his lucky break?) will be asked and they will be given ample time to respond it individually.
The pupils will be asked two questions about Robert Willson in the reading section. So the marker sentences will be highlighted and they will be shown via p.p.t. If he had continued his education, he would have done sth entirely different. If he continues his education, he could have gotten formal music training. If he hadn’t won, he might not have had the confidence to become a singer.
First and foremost the meaning will be clarified through asking three concept questions subsequently the form will be made clear via sowing the structure via power point. The procedure and every single data has been mentioned via p.p.t.
Page 106. There is a very concise part which is expected to be done on the basis of the reading(lucky break). Then there are two detailed plus amazing controlled practice which will clarify and practice the meaning plus form for the second time. The practice will be done in pairs then as a WCFB the responses will be revealed. The paper will be folded. Subsequently the other side of the paper will be covered.
10 sentences will be shown then the pupils will be put in a group each comprises 5 people. They will be asked to transform those 10 sentences in to 3rd conditional and write them down on A3 paper. Then they will check.