Teaching Practice 2
Upper Intermediate level

Description

This is a follow up lesson making use of the same context introduced in the previous lesson in order to elicit, present and practice grammar, which is second conditionals and alternatives for IF. The lesson starts with a guided discovery to the use of second conditionals, followed by less controlled practice activities and freer speaking activities in the context of moral dilemmas. Finally there will be some feedback and correction for clarification of the TL.

Materials

Abc Stage 2 Controlled Practice
Abc Stage 3 Speaking Activity
Abc Stage 1 Guided Exercises HOs

Main Aims

  • To provide review of Second conditionals and the use of alternatives for IF in the context of Crime and law

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of moral dilemmas

Procedure

Exposure (8-10 minutes) • To provide guided discovery to review grammar through exercises.

Draw attention to the questionnaire on p.24 Pass out HO's exercise 4a and 4b and have SS answer and discuss the questions. Provide feedback by eliciting with CCQs such as " Can we use SUPPOSE as an alternative for IF?"

Controlled Practice (7-10 minutes) • To provide further clarification to the use of grammar

Student book exercises Involving all Ss in getting feedback to check understanding

Freeer Practice (10-15 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language by a speaking activity in the context of moral dilemmas

Get SS to personalize the TL by assigning each group a situation from p.25 ex.6 and ask them to discuss what they would do in that situation Once they are done they can pass their situation over to the next group and get a new one

Feedback and error correction (3-5 minutes) • To ensure correct use of TL

Make use of CCQs

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