Montaser Ahmed Elhag Suliman Montaser Ahmed Elhag Suliman

Grammar-"will" for offers and instant decisions
Intermediate level


In this lesson, students practice grammar (using "will" for offers and instant decisions) through text-based presentation


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Abc handout
Abc White board

Main Aims

  • By the end of this lesson, students will have been introduced to use "will" for offers and instant decision appropriately and correctly. Students will also have introduced to new vocabularies, a listening activity, plenty of drills for the TL and will have been given opportunities for a controlled written and freer oral practice.

Subsidiary Aims

  • • By the end of this lesson, students will have developed their ability to use "will" for offers and instant decisions correctly.


Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

Show pictures and invite students to guess what is going on in each.

Pre-teach (4-5 minutes) • To prepare students for the task.

* Elicit. * Concept check. * drill * Write the following vocabulary: 1. Pick someone up. 2. Give someone a lift.

Focus on language from text (8-10 minutes) • Clarify and check meaning of target language using the context, pronunciation, drill, highlight form and aspects of pronunciation on the board).

1. Students will do a listening task for specific information (fill in the gaps). 2. Clarify MFP of TL (will), and I will do plenty of drills for the contracted form.

Controlled Practice (8-10 minutes) • To provide the students with some practice of the forms and prepare them for the freer practice later.

1. Students write full answers using I"ll for offering and adding any necessary extra words. 2. Listen and check. 3. Listen and repeat the offers.

Freer Practice (8-10 minutes) • To provide students with personalized practice of the target language.

1. Students will be divided into two groups. 2. I will share some cards with the divided groups. 3. The cards contain some problems and complaints. 4. One group reads the problem and the other responds. 5. Then they shift in taking turn.

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