By the end of the lesson, learners will have practiced talking about present and past habits in the context of life styles
Learners will have also clarified the differences between used to vs would and the present simple for habits.
Learners will have also read to discover the language related to present and past habits.
Procedure (32-40 minutes)
Instructions: Look at the questions, talk about them! You have 1 minute! T-S interaction: the teacher shows a Jamboard to students and sends them to Breakout Rooms to discuss! PW interaction: students discuss the topics in Breakout Rooms. T-S interaction: in OCFB, students talk about some of their ideas related to the topic.
Instructions: Look at the pictures, what is the text about? T-S interaction: the teacher shows a set of pictures and students predict. Then students get the link to read! PW interaction: learners check if their predictions were correct. T-S interaction: in OCFB, T elicits the right answer and check if predictions were correct.
Instructions: Look at the text again and answer the questions! T-S interaction: the teacher shows the Google Doc file to work on and shares the link with learners. PW interaction: students work on their own and then check their answers in Breakout Rooms. T-S interaction: in OCFB, the teacher shares the answer key and asks some CCQ's to clarify MFP.
Instructions: Look at the statements and select the correct option! T-S interaction: the teacher shows the activity in Google Forms and gives some time for students to work on it. PW interaction: students go to Breakout Rooms to compare their answers. T-S interaction: in OCFB the teacher checks problems with some of the learners' answers.
Instructions: Talk about these questions with a partner. T-S interaction: T shows the link to Jamboard and elicits some useful language to be used to complete the task. T demos the task with one learner. ICQs: Do you have to write or speak? Discuss, and take notes. PW interaction: learners work in pairs and discuss in breakout rooms. Learners switch pairs as many times as possible as time allows.
T-S interaction: T conducts OCFB and asks learners to talk about the last question of the task: Do you think you have more free time now than in the past? Then T writes on the screen samples of learners’ production and asks learners to identify the correct and incorrect sentences and correct the latter ones. T conducts OCFB