Grammar, Second Conditional
To provide practice of second conditional sentences in the context of dangerous animals
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of dangerous animals
Procedure (29-43 minutes)
Teacher will provide a short anecdote to set up the question being used to introduce the second conditional format.
Students will answer the warm-up/lead-in question and discuss their answers in groups/partners using Zoom breakout rooms. Teacher will monitor breakout rooms.
Teacher will elicit responses from the students regarding the warm-up question and finish the story.
Students will complete a multiple choice quiz based on exercise 1A to answer questions that utilize the second conditional. Students will be asked to read the questions and answer individually.
Students will share their answers with partners using the Zoom chatbox feature.
Teacher will quickly review the answers to the gist task, eliciting answers from the students to assure understanding.
Teacher will provide CCQs to elicit answers regarding meaning and form.
A short task for students to identify form of second conditional in groups. An example question will be completed with the class before students are placed into Zoom breakout rooms to complete the task in groups.
Teacher will elicit answers regarding the form task with the students, before going over pronunciation of target language.
Teacher will complete one question with the students as an example. Students complete an fill-in-the-blank type that utilizes Exercise 2C as a task to practice second conditional in individually.
Students review their answers with each other in Zoom breakout rooms. Teacher will monitor to check understanding.
Students are asked to imagine the animal that frightens them the most, and then describe what they would do if they ran into that animal in real life. Students will move into Zoom breakout rooms to discuss in small groups.
Students discuss some of their answers with the class. Teacher may call on certain students to elicit answers.
Teacher reviews meaning, form, and pronunciation errors noticed while monitoring earlier break out room. Teacher will elicit students to correct the errors and reinforce MFP.