Grammar_will for making decisions_TP8
To provide clarification and practice of Future Simple tense for making spontaneous decision in the context of social situations
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a of making decisions, offers, and promises in the context of social situations
Procedure (35-45 minutes)
T will show six images on Slide 2 and ask Ss if they have ever been in these situations, then will prompt Ss to discuss situations in small groups and possible reaction of their partners. T asks Ss to comment on their partners responses
T will share a link to a jamboard and announce to go to Slide 2 and find examples of the responses to each of the situations. 1 Ss will work in pairs, they read and match responses to situations; 6 situations and 6 responses. T monitors ICQs: Are you going to work alone? no, with a partner How many statements for each person? six How much time do you have? four minutes 2. T will send Ss to BOR *Ss will have two minutes to compare answers 3. OCFB: *T will show the correct answers and ask ss to compare their answers
T will share Slide 3 with TL and two different short phrases, which are meant to show the different meanings and uses of (will and going to). T will elicit in Pic 1 'I'm going to repair....' CCQs Are we talking about the future? Yes Is this a plan? Yes Did I decide now or in the past? In the past Is it an arrangement? No T will elicit in Pic 2 CCQs Did the driver planned to have an accident? No! Did he decide to repair a bike now or in the past? Now Is it a spontaneous decision? Yes ' T will focus Ss attention that these dialogues show you how to: 2 make spontaneous decisions 1 do an action, based on previous plans
T will ask Ss to go to slide 4 and tell them to focus on the meaning on 'will' for spontaneous decisions, they might be slightly different, elicit: offers for help, promises or requests. T asks Ss to work individually on the slide, matching 7 dialogues into different sections. Asks ICQs (individually, for 3 minutes) Then Ss compare answers via chat-box. After T gives OCFB. On slide 5 T will elicit the name of tense, then cover Form, using a timeline and an affirmative, a negative and a question form. Ss work together, dragging boxes to the right places. T monitor and help. T cues Ss to the word 'please', which can stay in front of the main verb in requests. On slide 6 T and Ss cover pronunciation and level of formality. Ss work individually on the jamboard. ICQs Listen to me Repeat chorally. Individually, if necessary. Where's the stress? What're the problems? T will pronounce 'will' using backchaining. T elicit the difference in usage will/'ll in written and spoken language.
T will share a link to google.form with the 5 situational dialogs to choose the right meaning (offer, decision, request). ICQs Do you work individually? yes How much time do you have? 4 min D you have to submit the answers? yes After, Ss check using chat-box and the T give OCFB.
Before setting freer practice T have a sub-stage. T will guide Ss through 3 dialogs on slide 8, showed topics ( At home. At the restaurant, etc) and asks ICQs: Are you going to repeat the same? no Are you creating your own dialogs? yes Do you need to create 3 dialogs? no, one Do you work in a group? no, with a partner Ss can use dialogs from the lesson as a model for them to create similar situations, and at the end some of them report back to the class. T gives DEC and OCFB.