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MKV v AJ 2015-Hodina 8 (Future tense with “will”)Stránka naposledy upravena 12:47, 4 Dub 2016 uživatelem Lenka Hessová
Autor: Kučerová, Houlíková
Rozsah přípravy: 45 min
The aim of the class: To master the future tense with “will” – to understand it and to know how to use it, to get acquainted with some European countries and their cultural features such as cuisine, typical names, capitals, historical monuments, currencies
1) Warm welcome
- To greet the students and welcome them in today´s class
2) Guessing the topic of the class – pre-activity for the whole class (5 minutes)
- The students will not be told the topic of the class, they will be supposed to guess it which might possibly motivate them to work
- The guessing will be made via the game “hangman” (http://hangman.no/, use password:hvjgddfvfmca) which will be projected on the smartboard
- “The instructions: You will try to guess the topic of today´s class. You will guess every single letter of it. Attention – there is one restriction. Every time, your letter should represent any town, city or country you know. For example – A for Abu Dabhí.”
- The students will be progressively asked to come to the smartboard and to insert any letter they want. Each time, the student will use a town or a city or a state to guess the letter of our word – topic of the class, which is “future”.
- FUTURE: (possible answers)
F for Frankfurt, Frýdek Mýstek, France
U for USA, Utah, Ukraine, Uganda
T for Turkey, Togo, Thailand, Talin
R for Romania, Rome, Riga
E for Estonia, Egypt, Ecuador
3) Explaining the grammar – future tense with WILL – isolation of a grammar structure via inductive approach (5 minutes)
- For this activity, the power point presentation projected on the smartboard will be used
- On the smartboard, there will be a short conversation between James and Petr:
“James: Do you live in České Budějovice?
Petr: Yes, I live in České budějovice now, but I will live in London next year.
James: Great! Will you live there with your mother?
Petr: No, I won´t (= will not).”
- The form of the future tense is in bold in order to highlight only the future form in the text for the students
- The students will be asked to read aloud the dialogue and then to translate it in Czech to make them perfectly understand.
- Then, the teacher will ask the questions:
“What is the difference between “now” and “next year”? (present vs. future)
How is the future tense formed? (by “will” with a verb)
How is the question in the future formed? (Reversed word order “will you…?”)
How is the negative formed? Two possibilities (“will not” or “won´t)”
- This method is used to make the students understand the grammar on their own, to find the principles of the future tense on their own
- At the end of this activity, the teacher will ask whether all the students understood or not, in order to clarify possible difficulties
4) Practising the grammar – question and answers (5 – 10 minutes)
- For this activity, the power point presentation projected on the smartboard will be used – the sequence of various photographs from all over the world
- The instructions given to the students:
“Imagine that you are lucky and you go on holiday next summer. I will show you a photo of your destination and you will answer the question: Where will you go next summer?”
- Then, the teacher will successively show the photos in the power point presentation and ask the students always the same question.
- Possible answers of the students:
Next summer, I will go to France(then, teacher will ask: And what will you visit?)
Next summer, I will go to Paris, I will visit the Eiffel Tower. (then, the teacher will ask: And where is it?)
- The right answers:
a) Colosseum – Rome – Italy
b) Castle – Bratislava – Slovakia
c) Eiffel Tower – Paris – France
d) Acropolis – Athens – Greece
e) Big Ben – London – England
f) Giza pyramids – Cairo – Egypt
g) Charles´ Bridge – Prague – The Czech Republic
h) Opera house – Sydney – Australia
i) The Leaning Tower of Pisa – Pisa – Italy
j) The statue of Jesus – Rio de Janeiro – Brazil
k) Guinness brewery - Dublin – Ireland
5) Winning a prize – matching the typical cultural features with the country (5 minutes)
- Pair work, the students should divide into pairs
- The instructions given to the students:
“Imagine that you have won a prize – a trip to somewhere, to some city, to some country. Every pair will receive their prize including the programme of their trip. Discuss in pairs what will you do during your trip. (Discuss in English!)”
- Then, the teacher will distribute “the prizes” – the envelopes with the pieces of paper to the pairs. The students will be given approximately two minutes to discuss their trips. Meanwhile, the teacher will prepare the little flags of every country that is concerned. After that, one representative of every pair will come to seize the right flag (the flag of a country that he/she will go to)
- After that, the teacher asks the questions:
“Where will you go?
Which country is it?
What will you see?
What will you eat / drink?
Which currency will you need?
What else could you visit in this country? (optional)”
group 1) London – Tower Bridge – Big Ben – Fish and Chips – Ham and eggs – black tea with milk – Pound
group 2) Prague – Charles´ bridge, Old town square, pork, dumpling and cabbage, beer, svíčková, Czech crown
group 3) Paris – croissant, cheese and baguette, red wine, Eiffel tower, Louvre museum, euro
group 4) Rome – Colosseum, Vatican, Lambrusco, pasta, pizza, euro
6) Grammar exercise – practising of word order (10 minutes)
- The students will now remain in the same pairs as for the previous activity
- Every group receives a packet of paper pieces
- The task is to arrange the pieces of paper in right order to make a right sentence in affirmative, negative or a question.
Instructions given to the students:
“Now, every pair will receive the envelope with the small pieces of paper. Every envelope contains 4 sentences in the future tense. Your task is to build the sentences in the right word order.”
- When checking the answers, the teacher can ask: “Where does she / he comes from? (probably)”
Right Answers (more possibilities):
Group number 1:
Jean will cook frog thighs next week.
Helmut will buy a bratwurst tomorrow.
Vincenzo won´t invite his friend for spaghetti dinner next week.
Will Pedro wear a sombrero next Sunday?
Group number 2:
Kate will take double-decker next weekend.
Braňo will climb Vysoké Tatry during the summer
Kangaroo Tim won´t visit Canberra in June.
Federica will go on holiday to Calabria next summer.
Group number 3:
Gertrude will work at the Octoberfest as a waitress.
Pepa Novák will go to the football match of Sparta.
Michalekos won´t cook souvlaki next weekend.
Will Marie-Claire write a test at the Sorbonne University next month?
Group number 4:
José will dance flamenco on Friday.
Charles won´t study at Oxford in three years time.
Will Zlatica meet a friend in Liptovský Mikuláš in two months?
Kateřina will drink several pints of Budwieser Budvar next week.
7) Role play (game) – grammar practice (10 – 15 minutes)
- For this activity, one small piece of paper with a tape that will be glued on the forehead of every student. On every paper, there is a different name – every name comes from different country /culture
- There will be a ball to throw among the students. Every student will throw the ball to somebody, calling him /her by his/her proper name written on his /her forehead.
- The student who catches the ball will be questioned, for example: “James, what will you do next week?” The students will understand (based on the nature of his name) that he is probably English or American and he will say any plan (by using the future tense - The students were provided with lot of inspiration earlier during the class).
- For example (James): “I will take a walk near the Buckingham Palace next week.”
- Every student should answer the question of somebody, everybody must be involved in the game at least once.
Instructions given to the students:
“Now, we will play a game. Everybody has a name on his forehead. Every name is completely different and you don´t know who you are right now. The person who has a ball will throw it to somebody, calling him by his or her proper name and he will ask the question in the future, for example: “Žigmund, what will you do next week?” Once your identity is known to you, you must think of any possible activity that Žigmund could do in his own country. For example, Žigmund will say, also talking about the future: “Next week, I will cook halušky for my family.”
Names: Žigmund (Slovak), Jiřina (Czech), Jacques (French), Sieglinde (German), James (British, American), Giovanni (Italian), Juan (Spanish, Mexican, South-American, Ahmad (any Arabic country), Chao (Chinese)
- At the end of the class, the teacher will shortly evaluate the whole class and appreciate how the students worked during the lesson, which is really important as a feedback
- The teacher will thank the students for their attention during the class and say goodbye to them
Teaching aids:Smartboard, power point presentation, small pieces of paper in and envelope for an activity “you have just won a prize”, small pieces of paper with the parts of the sentences, small pieces of paper with the surnames with a piece of tape, a ball
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