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Tuesday June 28, 2011Southside ABE - ELL 4Agenda and Goals
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Goals for tonight’s class: We will write 5 sentences about what we will do if we find twenty dollars on the ground. We will review the real conditional by discussing what we learned yesterday and by watching a video. (3-2-1) We will go over the homework together and answer any questions from our homework. We will write a chain story with our table groups using the real conditional. We will learn questions with real conditionals (p.93). We will practice speaking and writing about future plans (p.94).
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We will write 5 sentences aboutwhat we will do if we find $20 onthe ground. What will you do if you find $20 on the ground? If I find $20 on the ground, I will....
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We will review the real conditional bydiscussing what we learned yesterdayand by watching a video. (3-2-1) What do you remember about the real conditional? – Tell 3 things you learned – Give 2 examples of the real conditional – What is 1 question you still have about the real conditional? Review video: http://youtu.be/IM_l1aCxdHM
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We will goover thehomeworktogetherand answeranyquestionsfrom ourhomework.
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We will write a chain story with ourtable groups using the real conditional. One person will start with the first sentence. – Each person will add another part to the story, using real conditional. – Example: If Mario wakes up early on Saturday, he will go to Starbucks for coffee. If he goes to Starbucks for coffee, he will see his friend Anton. If he sees his friend Anton, they will talk about sports. If they talk about sports, they will decide to go to a Twins baseball game. If they decide to go to a baseball game, Mario will need to get money from the bank.
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We will learn questions with realconditionals (p.93).
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We will practice speaking andwriting about future plans (p.94). Listening activity - part 3. Part 4: What do you see in the picture? What do you think will happen?
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Grammar practice worksheet Do as much as you can in class, the rest is homework for tomorrow. Remember to practice your spelling words!
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