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will for instant decision and offers
intermediate level


in this lesson students learn about will for instant decision and making offers through text based presentation about 2 problems that leads the persons to take instant decision and to make an offer.


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Main Aims

  • To provide clarification and practice of using will for offers and instant decision in the context of conversation between 2 persons

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency in the context of different situation


Lead-in (7 minutes) • To engage the student into the lesson and active their prior knowledge.

Tell the students that they are going to a birthday party, and show them the box that includes their names. Ask them to choose a name, and since it will be his or her birthday, ask him or her to make a quick decision on what you will buy as a gift. Play with them a negotiation game.

Exposure (10 minutes) • Active their prior knowledge. Promote group work.

Ask students to match the word with its right definition, then ask them to check their answers with their partner. show the answers(open feedback) show to the students 2 pictures and let them to guess the problem then ask them to listen to the audios to know the problems and fill the gaps in ex2. Ask students to check their answers with their partner. Then open feedback

clarification (7 minutes) • students know how to use will for instant decision and how to make offers.

show students two sentences two sentences from the audios that they have listed, then ask them CCQs ask questions about the sentences such as "Did he take the decision now or in the past?" Is she offering to help her? and highlight the meaning of these sentences. use the color coding to highlight the pronunciation and sentence pattern on the board and in PowerPoint. 

controlled practice (7 minutes) • students apply the rule through practicing.

Ask students to answer these questions that exist in the handout using "will" for an instant decision and "offers."Then ask them to check their answers with their partners. open feedback,

Freer Practice (14 minutes) • Enhance their speaking skill. Promote group work

Ask students to set up in groups and give them different cards with different situations, and one will read the situation and the other will respond either with an immediate decision or an offer. Open feedback.

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