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Pre-intermidiate level


In this lesson, students practice the second conditional through speaking and variety of activities in the context of facing a difficult situation.The class starts with a discussion about animal and facing some difficult situation and this is followed by group discussion.The teacher will give then a practice as a test if the student won`t be able to use the grammar she will clarify the grammar and then give them more practices


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Main Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in the second conditional in the context of facing difficult situation

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide practice of second conditional in the context of facing difficult situation


Lead in (4-5 minutes) • To generate interest in the topic of the lesson

T will show the Ss pictures of some animals and ask them to tell her about them or get them to answer some questions e.g What do you know about them? Have you ever seen them?Then she draws a person next to the animals and tell the Ss this person is you, with the help of the student teacher will elicit an if clause

preparing to speak (5-7 minutes) • To generate ideas to speak

T gives each group some cut up cards they are going to put them in order to make a question and stick them on the wall.They will check each other then WC. Each group will discuss one question in their group and then the next question.T is monitoring them.Finally, she will ask each group to tell her something interesting about their discussions.

Test (8-10 minutes) • To test learners `ability to use the second conditional

T will give the Ss a HO including some questions to each group.They will discuss them.T will monitor them to see if there is a problem with the second conditional, she will clarify it in the next stage. She will ask each group to tell interesting odd

Teach (4-5 minutes) • To clarify issues with form or meaning

T writes a sentence as her marker sentence on the board e.g If I saw a mouse, I would shout. Then CCQs.For example for the form: Is the if clause present or past ? past for meaning: Is there a mouse ?No Will you see a mouse? We don`t know but probably not

Test (Controlled Practice) (12-15 minutes) • To provide oral practice and use the language productively

T will give the students some questions.They should talk about them in their groups.In this stage, they should guess about each other e.g I think Mona would cry If she saw a mouse. Then they will tell the class whose guesses were true

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