Grammar- future clauses
To provide clarification of future time clauses in the context of reading for discussing future ambitions and plans
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of future ambitions and plans
Procedure (35-45 minutes)
T. shows a picture for Clare on the PPT and tries to elicit answers for the following questions: 1. What does she do? 2. Does she look happy? Elicit, concept check and drill, then write the new vocabulary items on the board (plumber, resign)
T. asks ss to read about the other two people in the extracts to find out: 1. What do they do? 2. Do they look happy? T. asks Ss to do the activity on p. 53 - language focus to match the marker sentences to the persons.
T. elicits the meanings of the sentences and check their understanding using CCQs. T. highlights the intonation pattern and the use of commas to mark the pause in the pronounced form. T. elicits the structure of the future time clauses and try to emphasize the general formula for all the marker sentences.
T. asks do Ex. 2 on p. 53 individually to make it true for themselves students A will do the first 4 sentences and the B students will do the last 4 individually then Ss will be asked to discuss their answers together for all the questions. T. asks ss. to choose one desire or plan to tell about his partner.
T. asks one student to move from one side of the class to the other to switch up pairs. T. asks Ss to discuss their desires or plans for future in pairs. T. demonstrates the activity using open- pairs interaction.