To introduce and practice second conditional and alternatives for “if” in the context of crime.
To provide fluency speaking practice in a debate in the context of crime
Procedure (44-44 minutes)
T will play lyric video of a song, If I had a $1000000, and ask SS to tell me what are some of the things the singer would by, IF he had a million dollars. “What would the singer of the song buy or do if he had a million dollars?” There are lots of examples in the video, including: a house, a car (K-Car), a tree-fort (with a fridge), a fur coat (not a real one), an exotic pet (llama or emu), John Merrick’s remains, crazy elephant bones, your love, expensive ketchups, art, and a monkey. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4L3ls_6UYg
Ss given a prepared worksheet exercise. I will model first question. Will work in BOR of 2-3 to fill in blanks with the correct verb form. Students will have 5 minutes. Ss will submit responses to me electronically upon completion. T will review submissions and share correct language in OCFB. https://forms.gle/vngq86MpmkyYpowh6
T will share MFP/A with Ss on Google Slides and include relevant CCQs to help students with understandign
Ss are given a prepared Google Form worksheet and will pick best alternative to the word "If" https://forms.gle/uuJvVannwWvmcrsj9 I will model first question. Ss will work independently and compare answers with their BOR. T will share correct answers and SS will discuss their own responses to the questions (using the TL) during OCFB.
Ss will be given three prompt questions using TL. Ss will write responses to each situation Ss will share responses in BORs T will monitor discussions. T will provide DEC in OCFB