If Clause Type 2
Pre - Int level
To provide students speaking about their imagines with unreal conditionals of the course book. By the end of the lesson students will have developed their skills.
To provide speaking practice in conversation in the context of unreal conditionals using if-clauses type 2
Procedure (40-53 minutes)
Divide the board into 3 with the blue marker. Write animal categories on the board as each group will have 2 titles. 1st group : Birds - sea animals 2nd group : insects - reptiles 3rd groups : farm animals - wild animals Divide the students groups of 5-5-4 (14) or 5 - 4 - 4 (13) or 4-4-4 (12) Set the time for 1 min. they should write as many animals' name as they can. After a minute. Students sit down with their groups and check other categories. They can add more. Clean the board. Open the smart board.
Course Book pg. 68 1. Reading & Speaking Part a: Read the quiz questions. Fill in the blanks with animals. Do not solve the test. ICQ 1: Are you reading the questions or answers? Asnwer: Questions. ICQ : Are you answering the quiz questions or just writing the names of the animals in the blanks? Answer: Writing the names of the animals in the blanks. Set the time for 30 seconds. Pair check. Give the answers. Part b. Draw the attention to the highlighted phrases in the text. Set 2 min. Students will try to understand the meanings of the phrases and talk in their groups. Study whole class (Check Lexis Analysis Sheet for the verbs and verb phrases' meanings) Part c. Read the quiz questions and aswers and circle your answers. Set 2 min. Do not tell the answers yet. Part d. Communication. Each student read a section. St A. pg 104 (in the city category) St B. pg 108 (in the country category) St. C pg. 110 (in the water category) Set 1 min. Students tell their team mates what they've learnt from their own category. Part e. Have you ever been in any of these situations? what did you do? Whole class. Share ideas.
Pg. 68 2. Grammar Part a. Look at questions 1-6 again. Are they about a past situation or an imagined future situation? Answer: Imagined future situation. What tense is the verb after 'if' ? Answer: past simple Check White board plan and intructions.
Check white board plan sheet.
Course Book pg. 143. 9A - Activities a and b. ICQ : Are you using the first conditional or second conditional ? 2nd Conditional. Set the time limit 6 min.
Course Book Pg. 68 2 Grammar Part c Tell the students to complete the sentences so that they are true for them.
New English File - Teachers' Book 9A - Communiative activity