TP #4_Ismail Noaman
To provide practice of the 2nd conditional in the context of money
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of moral dilemmas
Procedure (42-55 minutes)
set the context of "money/ Becoming a millionaire" Ask Ss "how much money do you want to have? What do you want to do with it?" Ss work in pairs or groups and discuss.
T Stick a picture of a person on the board. Elicit ideas from Ss about what he is thinking about (money) and write them (draw a thinking bubble). Ss discuss together about what he would do with it. Write Ss ideas on the board.
T Elicits or introduces a model of the TL on the board. "If I found a million dollars, you would ................" Elicit ideas from the Ss and write them.
Ask Ss CCQs about the model sentences. "Is it a real situation or unreal situation?", Do you have a million dollar?, Does he have a million dollar? Is it possible or impossible?, Is it about now or the past?, Is the tense in the if clause present or past? elicit form from Ss by using a sub-table. (positive, negative and interrogative) Draw Ss attention to the pronunciation of "I would- I'd, He would- He'd" Drill the short form. Elicit that if I/ he/ she WERE is more formal than if I/ he/ she WAS set ex.1 Pg, 104, Ss work in pairs and answer the questions. Ss peer peer check and T gets feedback.
Set Ex,2 Pg 104. Ss replace "animal" with other words or their own ideas. Ss interview their partners in a WC mingle activity. T monitors and give help when needed. T record mistakes and clarify any problems on the board.
Set Ex3, Pg 104. T models a sentence and then Ss complete individually. Ss compare answers together. T monitors closely and gives help when necessary. T encourages good use of language and deal with any errors on the board. Set Ex4 Pg 104. Explain "moral dilemma" to the Ss. T points out that Ss have to use the correct form of the verbs between brackets. T models a sentence. Ss correct the verbs and check together before the discussion then Ss work in groups and start their discussion. Ss report back with their decisions.
T sets a consequences chain game. T asks a student to choose any sentence from the exercises and provides a model of the game. for example: S: If I spoke English fluently, I'd travel every where. T: If I traveled everywhere, I'd be very happy. and so on Ss take it in turns and do the chain game and give more consequences. T monitors closely and let the Ss play the game. T records errors and deals with them on the board.