By the end of the lesson, the students will have reviewed different forms used for talking about the future.
By the end of the lesson, the students will have had a chance to practice with their productive skill in speaking
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
1. The teacher sets the context by drawing the students' attention to what they have been discussing in the previous lessons and also asking them about similar issues in their country. 2. The teacher has the students discuss their ideas in pairs.
1. The teacher explains to the students that they are going to match some example sentences from the listening passage that they have listened to in the prior lesson with their meaning and uses. 2. The teacher gives out the match HOs and has the students do the task individually. 3. When the students are finished with the task, the teacher has them compare and discuss their answers in pairs. 4. The teacher asks for feedback from the whole class and writes down the answers on the board.
1. The teacher starts with the items that the students have correctly done, and reviews their forms and uses by eliciting and in some cases by adding something to them. 2. When the teacher finishes reviewing the items that they students have answered correctly, she starts with the ones the students have had problems with and highlights the form pronunciation and appropriacy.
1. The teacher gives the students another handout in which the students should choose the correct form of the future within a conversation in the context of "echo-competition". 2. The teacher has the students do the task individually and then compare and discuss their answers in pairs or groups. 3. For the feedback, the teacher projects the correct answers on the board.
1. The teacher asks the whole class to prioritize environmental issues and economic development. The teacher makes two big groups depending on whether they support the former or the latter theory. 2. The teacher gives each groups a few minutes to have a meeting with the members of their own group to work out their ideas and make their case. 3. The teacher has the fans of each theory sit in two rows in front of each other and discuss the issue by predicting about the future of environmental issues as well as expressing their plans and decisions to contribute to solving the issues.