Reem Al-hawary Reem Al-hawary

Future time clauses
Intermediate level


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Main Aims

  • To provide clarification of First conditional and future time clauses in the context of Education

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide listening practice using a text about Olivia is waiting for her exam results in the context of Exam results


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

Students are asked to discuss the following questions in pairs 1 When was the last time you took an exam? Did you pass or fail? 2 What’s the next exam you are going to take? How do you feel about it? 3 How do you usually feel before you take an exam? 4 What do you usually do the night before an exam? 5 Have you ever failed an important exam you thought you had passed (or vice versa)?

Exposure (5-10 minutes) • To provide context for the target language through a text or situation

First, Students are asked to read the following questions : 1-Does she think she's passed ? 2-When and how will she get her exam results? 3-How will she celebrate if she gets good results? 4-What does she want to do if she gets good results? 5-What will she do if she doesn't get the results that she needs? Second, Students are asked to listen to recording 7.10 to answer the questions

Highlighting (3-5 minutes) • To draw students' attention to the target language

Students are asked to read the following examples and then teacher will ask students CCQs to elicit from them the target language 1- If you work hard, you’ll pass your exams. -The boss won’t be very happy if we’re late for the meeting. 2- Come and see us next week if you have time. 3 -Alison won’t get into college unless she gets good grades. I won’t go unless you go, too. - Teacher's CCQs to the students will be as follows: 1- Do the examples use the first conditional or the second one? 2-Does the first conditional talk about possible future situation or imaginary one? 3-Is if-clause in present tense? 4-Is main clause in future tense? 5-Does the word (unless) mean (IF not)? 6-Does the word (won't) mean (will not) ?

Clarification (8-10 minutes) • To clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the target language

First, students are asked to read the following examples focusing on the words in bold. 1-As soon as you get your test scores, call me. 2-We’ll have dinner when your father gets home. 3-I won’t go to bed until you come home. 4-I’ll have a quick lunch before I leave. 5-After I graduate from college, I’ll probably take a year off and travel. Second, teacher will ask students the following questions to elicit from them the target language. 1-Do we use the present tense or the future one after (when-as soon as-until-before-after) to talk about the future? 2-Does (as soon as) mean (at the same time)? 3-Dose (until) mean (not before)?

Controlled Practice (8-10 minutes) • To concept check and prepare students for more meaningful practice

First, Students are asked to listen to recording 7.11 to answer the following questions about Olivia: 1-What grades did she get? 2-What's she going to do? Second, Students are asked to remember what Olivia said to complete the sentences in Ex .d, then they are asked to listen to recording 7.12 to check their answers.

Free Practice (8-10 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the target language

First, Students are asked to complete the following sentences using their own words. 1-Unless we hurry.......... 2-I’ll leave home when............ 3-I won’t get married until................ 4-I’ll give you the money as soon as.................. 5-If I see him.................. 6-When I can speak English fluently.......................... 7-As soon as he gets here..................... 8-You’ll never be rich unless............... Second, Students are asked to check their answers together.

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