would, prefer to
To provide clarification of would and prefer to in the context of travel
To provide review of present perfect, ever, since, for, yet, already in the context of travel and experiences
Procedure (58-74 minutes)
the teacher introduces himself and writes his name on the board. He then asks students to write down a couple of sentences about themselves. Papers are shuffled and students are asked to guess who the person is.
teachers gives the students an imaginary situation and students are asked to work in pairs and talk about their reactions to the situation.
Teacher then ask students to mention their reactions to the class while the teacher indirectly mentions the target language, would and prefer to
the teacher then writes the target language on the board and highlights it in sentences.
meaning, form, functions and pronunciation is covered by the teacher
Teacher gives examples of his own preferences and then asks students to do the same.