Osman Osman

FIRST CONDITIONAL
A2 level

Description

IN THIS LESSON, THE STUDENTS WILL LEARN FIRST CONDITIONAL THROUGH GUIDED DISCOVERY BASED ON A READING A TEXT ABOUT CAMPING.

Materials

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Main Aims

  • To provide clarification, review and practice of first conditional in the context of out and about

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide gist and scan reading practice using a text about camping in the context of out and about
  • To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of out and about

Procedure

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

T displays the image "Camping man" T: WHAT IS THE MAN DOING IN THE PICTURE? WHAT DO YOU THINK HE IS FEELING? YOU WANT TO GO CAMPING WHAT SHOULD TO TAKE WITH YOU? (TENT, SLEEPING BAG, CAMPING STOVE, CAMPING FUEL, COMPASS, MAP ,FIRST AID KIT, BANDAGE, COOLER, THERMOS, STOVE, MATCHES, LIGHTER, BIN BAGS, FOOD STORAGE CONTAINERS, CHAIRS, LANTERN, HEAD LAMP, TOURCH, PAD.)

Exposure (8-10 minutes) • To provide context for the target language through a text or situation

T: LOOK AT 6.4, PART 2 MATCH THE WORDS WITH THE IMAGES DO IT ALONE ICQ: WHAT DO YOU DO? T: CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T REVEALS THE KEY. T: LOOK AT 6.4, PART 3 READ THE QUESTIONS IN PART A AT THE BOTTOM READ THE TEXT AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS DO IT ALONE ICQ: WHAT DO YOU DO? T: CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T REVEALS THE KEY.

Highlighting (2-4 minutes) • To draw students' attention to the target language

T writes the marker sentences: "If you are afraid of spiders, we will leave you at home. We will leave you at home if you are afraid of spiders. If you look after your brother, I'll buy you a guitar. If you see a bear, climb a tree." T: ARE AFRAID OF, LOOK AFTER, SEE. WHICH TENSES ARE THEY?(SIMPLE PRESENT) WHAT ABOUT WILL?(FUTERE) WHICH ONE IS THE MAIN CLAUSE? WHICH ONE IS THE IF CLAUSE? CLIMB A TREE, WHAT TYPE OF SENTENCE IS IT?(IMPERATIVE)

Clarification (8-10 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the target language

T drawsa picture of a thinking man and draws a speech buble saying "If I get a good job" T asks the students T; WHAT WILL YOU DO IF YOU GET A GOOD JOB? T writes the answers. T ask the students repeat the sentences. T: IS IT POSSIBLE YOU WILL GO TO PARIS IF YOU GET A GOOD JOB ?(YES) WHAT IS THE PERSANTAGE OF GOING CAMPING?(50%-70%) WE USE FIRST CONDITIONAL TO TALK ABOUT THINGS THAT ARE NORMAL, POSSIBLE AND QUITE LIKELY TO HAPPEN IN THE FUTURE T writes "first conditional is used" " to talk about things that are normal and quite likely to happen. T: LOOK AT THE IF CLAUSE. WHAT TENSE IS IT?(SIMPLE PRESENT) T writes (+) sentences: If I/you/we/they go to Paris, I/you/we/they will visit Eiffel Tower If he/she/it goes to Paris, he/she/it will visit Eiffel Tower. T writes the form when the if clause is simple present tense: " If + subject + verb in present simple + ......, subject + will + verb in base form + ....... T: CAN WE USE DIFFERENT SUBJECTS IN THE IF CLAUSE AND MAIN CLAUSE?(YES) T writes an example: If he comes late, we will miss the bus" T: CAN VE USE A NEGATIVE SENTENCE IN THE IF CLAUSE?(YES) T writes example: "If he does't come now, I will miss the bus." T: DO YOU KNOW ANY OTHER WAY TO WRITE NEGATIVE IF CLAUSE? WE USE "UNLESS". THE SENTENCE IS POSITIVE, BUT HAS A NEGATIVE MEANING. T writes the sample sentence: "You won’t get into a good university unless you study." T: CAN VE USE A NEGATIVE SENTENCE IN THE MAIN CLAUSE?(YES) T writes example: "If my friend comes now, I won't play computer games. T: CAN VE USE NEGATIVE SENTENCE FOR BOTH SENTENCES?(YES) T writes an example: If he doesn't come. I won't go to the cinema. T: CAN WE USE "TO BE GOING TO IN THE MAIN CLAUSE?(YES) T writes example: If you give money, I’m going to buy ice cream.. T: CAN WE USE CAN IN THE MAIN CLAUSE?(YES) CAN WE USE CAN IN THE IF CLAUSE?(YES) T writes example: If he can finish his homework, we will watch a movie. If the lesson finishes early, we can catch the early bus. T: CAN WE USE HAVE TO, MIGHT, MUST, SHOULD, MAY IN THE MAIN CLAUSE?(YES) T writes the sample sentence: "If you get a new job, you should really buy nicer clothes. If we hurry, we might catch the early train." T: WHAT OTHER PRESENT TENSES DO YOU KNOW?(CONTINUOUS AND PERFECT) CAN WE USE THEM IN THE IF CLAUSE?(YES) T writes the sample sentences: "If you’re going shopping today, I’ll come with you. If I have finished my homework by tonight, I will go out with my friends." T: LOOK AT THE THIRD SENTENCE. WHAT KIND OF SENTENCE IS IT IN THE MAIN CLAUSE?(IMPERATIVE) WE CAN USE IMPERATIVES IN THE MAIN CLAUSE. T writes example: "If you see a bear, climb a tree

Controlled Practice (8-10 minutes) • To concept check and prepare students for more meaningful practice

T gives the handout "Control Practice I" T: FILL THE GAPS WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN THE BRACKETS DO IT ALONE ICQ: WHAT DO YOU DO? T: CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T reveals the key. T gives the handout "Control Practice II" T: CHOOSE THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN THE BRACKETS DO IT ALONE ICQ: WHAT DO YOU DO? T: CHECK WITH YOUR PARTNER T reveals the key.

Semi-Controlled Practice (8-10 minutes) • To concept check further and prepare students for free practice

T gives the handout "Semi Controlled Practice" T: COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN WORDS DO IT ALONE ICQ: WHAT DO YOU DO? T asks them to read the sample sentences.

Free Practice (8-10 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language

T: YOU ARE GOING CAMPING WITH YOUR FRIEND WRITE DOWN THE ITEMS YOU NEED TO TAKE TALK TO YOUR PARTNER ABOUT WHO WILL BRING WHAT USE THE USEFUL LANGUAGE BOX IN PART 5 FOR IDEAS. T monitors and notes the errors. T:LOOK AT PART 7 ASK THE QUESTIONS TO EACH OTHER AND ANSWER THEM. T monitors and notes the errors. T starts the sentence with: If I study hard, I will finnish the university. T: I WILL START WITH A SENTENCE NEXT PERSON WILL USE THE MAIN CLAUSE IN THE IF SENTENCE MAKE UP A MAIN CLAUSE T writes the errors on the table. T: LOOK AT PART 8 READ THE QUESTIONS AT THE BOTTOM READ THE TEXT AND ANSWER THEM

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