To provide practice of second conditional in the context of animals
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of imaginary situations
Procedure (37-51 minutes)
As the context is already set, T asks questions about the previous lesson. "What's your favourite animal?" "Do you have a pet?" "Now I want you to imagine yourself as an animal. Why did you choose this animal?"
T reminds them of the listening track that they listened in the previous lesson. "Do you remember what animal Gus chose to describe himself?" If they don't remember, T plays the recording again. ( Please listen to the questions carefully)
Ss discuss in pairs and T tries to elicit the question "If you were an animal, what animal would you like to be?" After eliciting, T writes both the question and the answer on the board. If I were an animal, I would be a giraffe.
T asks CCQs: If I were an animal, I'd be a lion. "Is it a real or imaginary situation?" "Is he talking about past or present?" T uses backchaining technique and drills the sentence. T elicits the form of the sentence from students and writes it on WB. T sticks different words on the board and wants Ss to repeat the sentence with these nouns.
T shows a chart on WB and gives instructions. "If you had 1 million $, what would you do? Please discuss with your partner." T ask questions. "What can you tell me about your partner?" If they have mistakes, T elicits the correct answers. T chests the HO and gives instructions. " There are 8 questions and 2 options. Please circle the correct option. You have 3 minutes." ICQ: "How much time?" "Pair check please." T let them circle the answers on the WB.
T divides the class into two groups and gives instructions. "I will give you sentences but they are not in the correct order. You'll put them in the correct order and stick it on the WB." "You have 5 minutes." ICQs: "How much time?" " Are the sentences in the right order?"
T writes some sentences which are incomplete and asks Ss to complete them by working in pairs. "Please complete these sentences by yourselves. Then share your answers with your partner."