Upper Intermediate level
To provide student to understand and practice if-clauses in the context of story of Tanya
To provide students to be able to distinguish between the zero, first, and second conditional and be able to produce
Procedure (30-41 minutes)
T starts by exposing the students to the text and then asks them which do you think is Tanya's real situation.
T starts with asking the Ss if they know what situation is real and what situation is hypothetical. Then give them 5 sentences and ask Ss to tell which are real and which are hypothetical.
Give the same 5 sentences to Ss and ask them in groups to find "if" and underline the verbs. T does the first sentence as an example fir the students, Then T asks Ss to tell the tense of each verb and write them in order
Before correcting the Ss or giving them the answers, T starts by defining what is an if-clause and what it is trying to convey in meaning. The explains the zero type conditional.
T will ask Ss each to produce 1 or 2 sentences according to the format of the zero type conditional.
Again T explains the first condition of the if-clauses and tries to make its definition and usage clear.
T asks Ss each to produce 1-2 sentences based on the type-1 conditional.
T explains type-2 condition and make student help to comprehend the type-2 if-clause and its meaning.
T asks each Ss to produce 1-2 sentences in the format of the TL and writes them on the WB