To provide clarification of third conditional in the context of a true story
To provide detailed reading practice using a text about The ticket inspector in the context of a true story
Procedure (88-114 minutes)
Students will predict what could have happened to the man from the picture shown. Students will be send to BORs to discuss in groups the exercise 1.a from the book. Students will share their ideas with the whole class.
Students will have to do a matching activity in groups to clarify the meaning of some new vocabulary from the story. Teacher will quickly review with the class. (5 minutes) Students will have to read the story 'The ticket inspector' individually for 3 minutes and decide what they think happened next. We will discuss with the whole class. (5 minutes) Students will be divide in two groups to read either stories A or B. Students will have to answer the questions from letter 'f' from the book and choose one member to share their answers. (8 minutes) Teacher will ask students which of the three stories were more surprising and most moving and why. (3 minutes) Teacher will explain and model activities.
Students based on the reading will have to do exercise 2.a for 3 minutes. Individually. Teacher will use a PowerPoint presentation to clarify the structure. Teacher will use two sentences in order to clarify the difference of third conditional. Teacher with CCQs will elicit from students what happened, how the situation could be different, and if is imaginary or real? Also, will elicit parts of speech and tenses.
Students will have to do Pg. 148 exercise a. individually for 8 minutes. Teacher will send students to BORs for 10 minutes to do exercise c. Teacher will explain and model the exercises in order to be clear with instructions.
Teacher will ask students: "Have you ever helped a stranger, or been helped by a stranger? What happened?" Teacher will explain and model the exercise. Teacher will send students to BORs to work in pairs and discuss the questions. Teacher will nominate students to share their stories with the whole class.