Future continuous / Future Perfect
To reinforce speaking and writing skills using future tenses.
To provide process and product
Explain the task, Ss will complete a text about Toby. Background: Toby is a young boy who has had a problem but now things are looking better and by next month his problem will be over. Exercise will activate creative writing skills using various tenses to create a story. Using one sheet of paper start a text with the words “By next month Toby’s dilemma will have finally finished...”, instruct the students to write 1-2 words at a time until a paragraph has been completed. Text can be as incoherent and silly as they want.
Using a timeline to show the difference between the Future Continuous and Future Perfect.
Gap fill of" How we will be living in 20 years..." display extracts, drill pronunciation of TL in extracts, Ss complete the text using extracts. Ss will work alone and then in pairs to compare answers. Then WCF, with Ss reading out loud with correct answers so they can check their answers.
Ss will write sentences in Future Cont and Future perfect using Holy Week as a future time marker.