TP7 LP_Jin Won
To provide clarification and practice of the second conditional in the context of hypothetical situations.
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of hypothetical situations.
Procedure (38-45 minutes)
T. will ask the students if they know who the richest person in the world is. Answer: Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX. T. will also ask the students if they know who the richest person in Mexico is. Answer: Carlos Slim, CEO of Telmex, América Móvil and Grupo Carso. T. will then ask the students the following questions. "Imagine this situation: you are a millionaire.What would you buy? Why?" Ss. will briefly discuss in pairs for two minutes in breakout rooms. OCFB.
T. will show a video of a song called "Fiddler on the roof".
T. will send the link to Google Slides that contain the lyrics of the song to the Ss. T. will ask the Ss. to highlight all the sentences that contain the phrase "If I were". Ss. will work in pairs in breakout rooms. Check answers in OCFB.
T. will refer back to some of the sentences from the song to clarify MFP of second conditional.
T. will send a link to Google Sites that contain a dialogue called "The Ant and the Grasshopper." Ss. will read the text in silence and fill in the blanks individually for 3 minutes. Then Ss. will read the dialogue aloud in pairs in breakout rooms. After they finish reading the dialogue, they need to switch roles and read the dialogue for the second time. Check answers in OCFB.
Ss. will answer the following questions in groups of three in breakout rooms. This will be done in two parts, each followed by OCFB. Part 1 1. If you could be an animal, what animal would you like to be? Why? 2. If today were the last day of the pandemic, what would you do? Why? Part 2 3. If you were a dictator, what would be banned? Why? 4. If you could be invisible, what would you do? Why?
T. will write down incorrect sentences and elicit the errors from the Ss.