For the Ss to revise and practice "will" in the context of having a party.
Ss will learn vocabulary and they will practice target language in writing.
Procedure (45-60 minutes)
I will draw a timeline on the WB, stick Sue's picture in the middle of it and mark that point as now. I will elicit the verb "to decide" by saying that I decided to talk about Sue. Also I will probably explaine the meanings of the verbs "to offer" and "to agree". I will explain she got bored, she doesn't have any plan, she doesn't know what to do and she sees Helen. I will stick Helen's picture on the WB.
To give the meaning of "will" as a decision made while talking, I will stick Sue and Helen's dialogue on the WB and ask CCQs: 1. What do they decide to do? 2. When do they decide to have a party? if necessary --> 3. Did they decide to it yesterday? (show on the time line). I will write the second part of the dialogue on WB to give the "agreement" meaning: Sue: Can you call and invite Hıdır and Özden? Helen: Sure, I'll call them. CCQs: 1. What does Helen do? 2. Was it Helen's idea? if necessary --> 3. Whose idea is this? 4. Did Helen accept it? I will write the third part of the dialogue on WB to give the "promise" meaning: Sue: Can I borrow your dress? I'll bring it back, I promise. CCQs: 1. What does Sue want? 2. Does she brings it back? 3. How do we know? I will write the fourth part of the dialogue on WB to give the "offer" meaning: Sue: We need to clean the house, I'll help you. CCQs: 1. What does Sue do? 2. Did Helen ask for her help? 3. Whose idea is to help? I will write one more sentence on WB to give the "prediction" meaning: Hıdır: Özden, let's go to Sue and Helen's party. It'll be fun. CCQs: 1. Why Hıdır wants to go to the party? 2. How does he know it'll be fun? if necessary --> 3. Is he sure it'll be fun? Ater giving the meaning I will revise the structure on the sentence "I'll help you" in affirmative, contracted affirmative, negative and question forms. (Subject + will ('ll) + Verb 1st form) Lastly I'll drill Ss for pronounciation.
There are 16 pieces of paper with sentences bearing offer, decision, prediction and promise meanings of the verb "will". I will write these four titles on the WB and Ss will stick the correct sentences under the titles. Then we will check the results as WC.
In the handouts given Ss will write what they think they will be doing on a given point in the future. Than they will do PW and ask eachother what they will be doing.
That's a fill-in the blanks exercise where Ss will form the verbs given with the model verb "will".
If we have any time left over, I want to mention some points I noticed during monitoring.