English A level
To provide clarification and practice of first conditional in the context of real-life situations.
To provide accuracy speaking practice of the first conditional in the context of real-life situations.
Procedure (38-13 minutes)
1. Individually, the students will name a country and one of their classmates. 2. The person you name has to say what will they do if they go to the country you named. 3. The students will take turns playing the game.
At this stage, I'll provide a brief instruction to the first conditional and draw the student's attention to its grammatical structure.
1. Give the students an example of the manifesto. 2. In pairs, the students will begin thinking about a short policy statement; they will write down a few of them first. 3. I will provide support on emerging language, ideas and accuracy while they are writing down their ideas. 4. The students will take turns sharing their statements with the class.
1. In groups of three, the students will take turns completing one of the questions. 2. After each answer, the team should ask what will happen next? 3. At this stage, I'll provide minimal support on accuracy.
1. The students will read the words/expressions in both columns in pairs. 2. The students will rearrange the ones in the second box to match the ones in the first box better. 3. In pairs, the students will begin to connect the sentences. 4. The students will share their answers with the class.
At this stage, I'll provide the students with brief feedback to fix their accuracy and fluency mistakes.
Tell us, what will you do if you have a million dollars?