Grammar Lesson/ will, won't
Pre-Intermediate A2/B1 level
To provide review, clarification and practice of will and won't through listening a conversation between two friends in the context of describing holidays
To provide controlled written practice focused on using the language accurately through listening a conversation between two friends in the context of describing holidays.
Procedure (30-45 minutes)
Students will seea 41 seconds video from https://www.newzealand.com/int/backpacking/ https://youtu.be/gOJpvX1QqdA What do you think about this video? Do you know about different kinds of holidays? Can you name some of them? Safari holidays adventure holidays
Students will listen a conversation between two colleagues. You have seen different kinds of holidays. Now listen to two friends Luke and Donna. Luke is planning to go on holiday. Listen to his conversation. What kind of holiday is it? A motorbiking holiday in New Zealand.
Now we know that Luke is going on a motorbiking holiday in New Zealand. Now focus: 1. When is the best month to go to New Zealand? December to January 2. What does Donna tell Luke to take with him? Warm clothes 3. What does Donna tell Luke about getting a visa? He doesn’t need a visa as he has a British passport. Now listen again and answer the questions. If you see that students are confident about their answers then dont open BORs to save time for practice. option: Or if students are few then ask them to check their answers as a group quickly in the main room. Instruction: 1.--Discuss your answers 2.—in groups 3.--2 minutes (Open BORs--2 minutes) Monitor: whether students are doing the right task. Get feedback. Confirm answers.
Students will be given a guided discovery work sheet. Activity 3a-b and activity 4 which is a teacher-made handout. Now we know that Luke is planning to go on holiday may be in December or January. Look at these sentences. Which of the following do they describe? 1. You’ll need some warm clothes. b 2. It’ll be nice to have some sunshine. c A Things you’re planning to do B Things you expect to happen C things you would like to happen What does ‘ll mean? And you will do Activity 4 as well. Read the dialogue and try to complete the activity. Prediction: a statement that says what you think will happen; the act of making such a statement. Context: Donna says to Luke: You’ll need some warm clothes. CCQs: Does Luke needs warm clothes in the past or future? Future. Is Donna sure that Luke needs warm clothes? No Does Donna think that Luke will need warm clothes? Yes Instruction: 1.--Discuss 2.—in pairs 3.--5 minutes Check: 1. ICQ ...hand gestures 2. How many minutes? (5) Pair (Open BORs--5 minutes) Monitor: whether students are doing the right task. Get feedback. Clarify where students need. Meaning, Form, Pronunciation CCQs Luke’ll need some warm clothes. Does Luke need warm clothes in the past or future? Future Luke needs warm clothes ---Is that 100% definite? No Is it a fact or a prediction? (A prediction.) Is it likely to happen? (We don’t know. But Donna thinks that Luke will need warm clothes because he will be on motor bike.) Did Luke decide to go now or sometime before now? (Sometime before now) Did Luke decide to take some warm clothes now or sometime before now? (Now)
Now we know how to use will and won't. Let's do some practice. Make the sentences refer to the future by using the correct form of will or won’t. 1. It’s difficult to find a parking place. It will be difficult to find a parking place. 2. She isn’t at home on Tuesday. She won’t be at home on Tuesday. 3. Is your cousin at home? Will your cousin be at home? 4. Can you find your way without a map? Will you find your way without a map? 5. The last bus has gone so we must walk. The last bus will have gone so we must walk. Instruction: 1.--Do it here 2.—individually 3.--2 minutes Peer check: Pair (Open BORs--2 minutes) Get feedback. Confirm answers.
Well done guys. Lets do some more practice. Please have a look for a minute. Model how to do. 2 Put the words in the correct order to make questions. 1. will / long / the/ take/ How / bus? How long will the bus take? 2. I / be/ able/ online/ Will/ to / book? Will I be able to book online? 3. will / flight / How/ the /cost / much? How much will the flight cost? 4. expensive / accommodation / be / Will / Tokyo / in? Will accommodation in Tokyo be expensive? 5. need / Will / I bring / to / suncream? Will I need to bring suncream? 6. Will / busy / beaches / be / the / in / March ? Will the beaches be busy in March? 7. flight / be / Will / it / a / direct ? Will it be a direct flight? 8. the / be / Will / exam / difficult ? Will the exam be difficult? 9. the / be / the / open / in/ museums / Will / summer / holidays ? Will the museums be open in the summer holidays? 10. Madrid / the / like / food / in / Will / I ? Will I like the food in Madrid? Instruction: 1.—in pairs 3.--3 minutes Check: 1. What you have to do? Pair (Open BORs--3 minutes) Monitor: whether students are doing the right task. Get feedback. Ask them to annotate on the screen. Confirm answers.
Very well. you have prepared the questions. Now match these questions 1-10 with answers a-j below. 3. How much will the flight cost? a) I think it’ll be about $2,400. 5. Will I need to bring suncream? b) Yes, it’ll be very sunny. 4.Will accommodation in Tokyo be expensive? c) Yes-it won’t be cheap in the city centre. 1. How long will the bus take? d) I think the journey will be about four hours. 2.Will I be able to book online? e) Yes, you will. You can also book by phone. 6.Will the beaches be busy in March? f) No, they won’t. Everyone will be at school or work. 10.Will I like the food in Madrid? g) Yes, you’ll love it – it’s delicious. 9.Will the museums be open in the summer holidays? h) Yes, they will, but some might be closed on Mondays. 8.Will the exam be difficult? i) No, it won’t – you have studied very hard. 7.Will it be a direct flight? j) No, you’ll probably stop in Bangkok on the way. Instruction: 1.Work in groups 2.--3 minutes Check: What will you do? Group (Open BORs--3 minutes) Monitor: whether students are doing the right task. Get feedback. Confirm answers.
Ok so far we have discussed about Luke's holiday now imagine your friend is coming to stay in your town or city in August. Or lets say I am coming, so which of the sentences are true for that time? Rewrite the false sentences to make them true for your town/city. 1. It’ll be really hot. 2. A lot of places will be closed. 3. There won’t be many tourists. 4. There’ll be a lot of insects. 5. You won’t need a warm coat. 6. It’ll be easy to find accommodation. 7. You won’t need a visa. 8. You’ll have a wonderful time. You have 4 minutes. When you are done give me a thumbs up. Get feedback. Praise students. Make corrections.
Earlier your friend was coming now you are visiting your friend’s city in August. Let's suppose Ezgi is coming to Adana so Ezgi you will prepare questions and Mohammad you will prepare answers about the things below. Weather Crowded Clothes Visa Accommodation Activities Instruction: 1—in pairs 2.--5 minutes Pair (Open BORs--5 minutes) Monitor: note mistakes Get feedback. Praise students. Corrections.