Future Intentions - going to, would like to and want to
Upper Secondary 2 level
To provide clarification and practice of going to , would like to and want to in the context of weekend plans
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about weekend plans in the context of future intentions
Procedure (56-73 minutes)
S discuss the following in pairs: What do you do on weekends? S then share their answers with the class. A few pictures are displayed on the IWB and S are asked to match pictures with the phrases.
S are given HOs and are asked listen to a recording based on weekend plans and complete the table. The recording is played twice. Once S complete the task, peer checking and whole class feedback is done.
Please refer to Grammar Analysis sheet
A handout with pictures are given to the S. S are to write sentences about what the people in the pictures are doing. Differentiation: Some S are given word clues. Some S are asked to write the sentences in the positive, negative and interrogative forms.
Tr monitors S and check for common errors made by S. Once the written task is completed, peer checking and whole class feed back are done. Delayed error correction is done. Incorrect sentences are written on the IWB and S are asked to correct them.
Pictures of people winning the Mashreq Millionaire are displayed on the IWB. Ss discuss the following questions in pairs. Have you ever won a lottery or a cash prize? How would you feel if you ever won a lottery or a cash prize? S then share their answers with the class. Another question is displayed on the IWB and S discuss it in pairs - Imagine you've won a million dirhams. List ten things you would do with the money you won. Tr monitors and notes down errors made by S. Once the task is completed, S share their answers with the class. Delayed error correction is done. Tr writes the incorrect sentence on the board and S are asked to correct it.
A game- Who do you think..... is played. S are given a HO with statements based on future plans. S work individually and try to guess a sentence for each S in the class. S then find the people whose names they have written and ask a question to find out if their prediction is true. A few answers are elicited from S. S then work in small groups to discuss which of the sentences are true for themselves.