1. Topic-
Simple Future Tense - Parties and Presents
 
2. Content-
Vocabulary and review of basic clothes
 
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Students will be able to use the future tense in simple sentences.
2.Students will be able to give several important details.
 
4. Objectives-
1.By the end of the lesson, students will be able
- to use the future tense of the verb with going to and will + verb.
- to tell what they will wear to various functions using the future tense (partner activity).
- to guess with the future tense what their classmates will do.
2.Students will practice writing sentences on dry erase boards in the future tense.
 
5. Materials and Aids-
Worksheets
Board
Textbook
 
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Warm up:
Motivational Activity
Ask the pupils, when is your birthday? What are your plans? What do you think will your mom prepare on your birthday?
How do you plan your work? What do you notice when work is an activity is well planned?
 

B. Development-

Students will do a partner activity where they tell each other what they would wear to several events.
 

C. Practice-

Pair activity and share back
 

D. Independent Practice-

This is a simple speaking game for my students to practice talking about future arrangements using going to.
You will need a bag to play this game.
Procedure
Have the students sit in a circle.
Tell the class that they have to pass a bag around from student to student. The student who receives the bag has to look in it and invent something that could be in the bag.
The student who has just passed the bag asks the person with the bag.
"Why have you got a ... in your bag?"
This student then has to think of an appropriate reply with I'm going to.
For example:
Student 1: passes the bag to Student 2
Student 2: looks in the bag "Why have you got a monkey in your bag?"
Student 1: "I'm going to take it to the zoo."
Student 2: then he/she passes the bag to Student 3, and so on, around the class.
Emphasize that the students should try to think of something unusual or bizarre inside the bag. This will make it harder for the other students to think of a reason for having it in their bag.
Students are out of the game if they can't think of an appropriate reason or they take too long to reply. General formulas such as I'm going to sell it or I'm going to throw it away are not allowed.
Play a trial round first to give everybody a chance to get used to the game.
 

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Printed worksheets
2.A variety of methods and materials
 

F. Checking for understanding-

Assessment of students' oral and written performance, homework is also graded.
 

G. Closure-

Write a short paragraph about your plan for the next holiday using future tense of the verb will and going to.

 
7. Evaluation-
Give the future tense form of the verb in the parenthesis. Use the expressions will or going to.

1. Mauro (begin) working Mrs. Lucas on Saturday.
2. I am (help) mother cook dinner.
3. We (harvest) petchay from the garden tomorrow.
4. Allan (talk) to my teacher next week.
5. She (be) back from Canada in four months.

 

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