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Пертникова Юлия Олеговна

преподаватель ЧУ “Учебный Центр”

ü  Basic  (pre-intermediate)   Intermediate    Advanced

 

 

Lesson Plan

 

 

Business/Materials

 

Lesson Objectives

 

For warm-up

 

●       10 slides with pictures for warm-up (future predictions) (PPP)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NEPk_9PI80GNzW2t8BJxHuCyMLAjyYMx/view?usp=sharing

●       Markers

●       Pieces of cloth

●       Laminated piece of paper

●       Slide with pictures from the textbook

●       Slide with “shall” sentences

●       Worksheet: Guess my sentence

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iqh18LdsjWFeNohhiqo6kGgnVyUiCZLu/view?usp=sharing

●       Sentences to make offer, decision or promise

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fT6jT56HfR4JHuN7wXStnWZlJhwqOZmR/view?usp=sharing

●       cards with situations

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qgwLclh5XaVh_JrtcrKpeS4CiSB1j-nO/view?usp=sharing

 

 

 

Learners will be able to use Simple Future in written and oral form, (affirmative, negative and question form)

 

 

Learners will demonstrate orally their knowledge in specific use of Simple Future form, which is to make on-spot-decisions, offers and promises about the future.

 

Learners will create a dialogue using Simple Future (decisions, offers and promises and predictions)

 

 

Learners will be able to demonstrate their comprehension of Simple Future (decisions, offers and promises and predictions) while acting out the dialogue

 

 

 

 

Warm-up and Objective Discussion

 

Prepare 10 pictures. Students work in pairs. Each pair gets a marker, piece of cloth and laminated piece of paper, where they can write and erase their sentences easily. The teacher shows a picture. Students need to write a predication to the picture using Simple Future according in 5 seconds. The first pair who write sentence correctly, gets a point. The winner is a pair with the most points. It will take about 8 minutes.

 

Objective Discussion

Ask students in what tense they have written sentences and ask about the meaning. (predication).

Show them more sentences

●       I won’t stay for dinner. I think I’ll go home early.

●       I’ll help you with your homework.

●       I’ll always love you. I won’t tell anybody

Ask students if these sentences prediction?

Explain students that today they will continue talking about Simple Future but for making promises, offers and decisions. Ask students how often promise, offer and decide something. Explain that it is important to know who to do it correctly. Tell students that by the end of the lesson students are to create a dialogue using Simple Future (promises, offers, predication and decisions).

 

 

Instruct and Model

 

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Prepare a slide with three pictures from the textbook. Ask students:

●       Where are the people?

●       What are they doing?

●       What are they talking about?

Students open their textbooks. In the textbook they will find three dialogues with gaps. Students work in pairs and try to guess missing information.

 

Play the audio. Students listen and check their answers.

 

Ask Students if somebody remembers lesson objectives. If they don’t, you need to remind them.

 

Students work in pairs and discuss in which dialogue people

●       promise to do something

●       decide to have something

●       offer to do something

Explain students that if we want to promise, decide or offer something we need to use Simple Future.

 

Ask students to give an example for a promise, decision, and offer. Write students’ sentences on the board.

 

Show students the sentences “Shall I open the window?”, “Shall I buy you a sandwich?”, “Shall I turn the music down?”

Ask students

·         In what tense are these sentences written? (Simple Future)

·         What type of sentence is it? (Question)

·         Is it a promise, a decision or an offer? (Offer)

Elicit the rule

 

Ask students to give 2 or 3 examples with “Shall”

 

Guided Practice

 

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1)      Divide students into 2 groups: A and B. Each group gets a worksheet. Some sentences are with gaps. Students work individually and try to guess the missing phrase, which is a verb or a verb phrase with ‘ll.

After all students have finished, put students in pairs A and B. Students mustn’t look at partners’ sheet. Students read their sentences to check their answers. If their guess is not the same as you have on their piece of paper, students need to say ‘Try again’ until they say the right sentence.

 

2)      Students work in pairs and get pile of cards with sentences and a dice. Students take a card and roll a dice. If the dice lands on numbers 1 and 4, students need to make an offer, if the numbers are 2 and 5 – promise and if it is 3 and 6 — decision.

Demonstrate the activity.

 

Independent Practice

 

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Students work individually. Each student gets a card with situation. Students need to write a dialogue between two people using Simple Future to make 2 predictions, 1 offer, 3 decision and 5 promises. In this situation students have a problem to solve. Students have 5 minutes to do that.

 

On the corner of each card there is a letter. Students need to find a person with the same letter. These people have the same situation.  Students work in pairs and compare their dialogues. Students look at their ideas and notice the good parts of each other’s dialogues. Students have 5 minutes to finish it.

 

 

Assessment

 

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Students need to make a video while they’re acting out the written dialogue. Then they need to upload it in WhatsApp group. Others need to watch it and give review at least 2 dialogues. While  review students need to follow the rubric:

1.      Did the presenters made

·         two predictions

·         one offer

·         three decision

·         five promises?

2.      Was the dialogue logical?

3.      Did the presenters solve the problem?

4.      What grammar mistakes did you notice?