If second conditional lesson
To provide clarification and practice of second conditional form in the context of imaginary situations
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of imaginary situations
Procedure (29-46 minutes)
Ss watch the first minute of the "If I were a rich man" song. T asks Ss if they know the song. T keeps on asking on the topic of the video guiding for TL "Is he a rich man?" "What would you do if you were rich?" etc.
T hand outs a short dialogue on dreaming about winning a lottery. T asks Ss to read in pairs. T asks CCQ. At the end Ss needs to ask "what would you do, if you won the lottery?" to each other. T writes an interesting idea on the board, taking the attention for the structure. Drill.
T gives different sentences (from the dialogue if 1,2 and extra if 0), asks to discuss in pairs to find the differences. By CCQ, T elicits and highlights the differences of the forms on WB.
T gives some handouts written the verbs to different students. T projects/writes three examples on WB (if, 0,1,2), Ss need to come up and need to fill in the blanks with the verb they are given. They need to place it to the right gap. This whole class activity is used to check the clarification. T corrects if there is an error by eliciting. CCQ.
T gives handouts. T gives instructions for filling the blanks exercise. Ss answers. T projects the answers. Feedback for the mistakes.
Ss do GW. T gives instructions for the game. It is a dice game where . T models. ICQ. T monitors silently.
After monitoring, T writes mistakes on WB, elicits for the right answers. Also shares the new vocabulary by eliciting.