Future: Will+inf vs be going to+inf Stage Warm-up/ Pre-reading T 4 Procedure/Methods 1- Write the word “jealousy”

on the c/b. 2- Ask Qs to Ss: “How many of you have felt jealous before?”, “From whom?”, “Why?” 3- Tell Ss that this is the title of the reading text they will read. 4- Encourage Ss to make predictions about the subject of the text by asking: “What do you think will happen in this story?” 1- Ask Ss to skim the text and: a) Check their predictions. b) Underline all the occurrences of the future (will/be going to). 1- Check answers of the during-reading 2- Ask Ss to say their sentences and write the sentences on the c/b. 3- Elicit rule and use from Ss comparing both forms of the future. Exercises in worksheet. The Island/balloon: Ss get into groups of 4/5 (give them nos and say all the 1s..). Tell Ss: “Imagine u’re in a hot air balloon heading towards an unknown land to start a new civi. There are 4/5 people inside the balloon. On your way, the balloon gets heavy & u have to get rid of 1 person. Make ur 1st decision: Who are u going to sacrifice & why?” 2nd : Make 3 predictions about: The weather, natural resources, people.. 3rd: Set ur plan. 3 things u r going to do to start a civi. 4th: Problem: There is no water on island. How r u going to solve this problem? W.B. Ex 1,2 & 3. for next day. Materials c/b Interaction Whole class discussion

Presentation/during- 5 reading

Handout (reading)

Pair work

Isolation/ postreading


Whole class discussion Handout (explanation) Worksheet Pair work Group work

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