IF first conditional
To provide practice of If first conditional in the context of Travel possibilityes
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of travel
Procedure (30-41 minutes)
1- display the PPT and Ask the Ss to look and the picture and Guess What are their names? Which one is the father and which one is the son? Where are they from? What do they like doing? Which one is adventurous? Have you ever been on an adventure before?
2- ask Ss to read the conversation and think about the result., is the father going to approve the journey to the U.S. or not? then in pairs discuss why or why not?
- Examine The Sentence If I get lost, I’ll ask someone where I am. Are we talking about the past, present, or future? Are we talking about something that will definitely happen, or might happen? What tenses can you see? What connecting word can you see? What contraction can you see? What punctuation can you see? Affirmative Form (If + present simple), (future)(future) (if + present simple) Question: What will you do if you get lost? Do you ask someone where you are if you get lost? Negative FormIf I don't know where I am, I’ll ask someone. If I get lost, I will not panic.
1- Match the beginnings and ends of the sentences. 3- Online QUIZIZZ game, choose the correct answer. 4- Online game, complete the sentences.
1- Worksheet: chain of conditional. write a sentence and pass it on to your partner. 2- students will work in pairs to write more questions to the dialogue about the journey and then act the father and son dialogue together.