Future Meaning
Today:
• Analyse the ways in which we talk about the
future in English
• Identify one key approach to teaching
grammar
What’s wrong?
What can I do?
How am I going to get there?
How am I going to get there?
So I look out of the window, and…
How do form the future in English?
• Structures
– will + base form
– am/is/are going to + base form
– present continuous (...
How could you practice this language?
• Spoken Practice –
– choral, individual, mill drill
– Simple role play
– discussion...
Situational Presentation - PPP
• Presentation
– Set a context
– elicit a target sentence
– elicit meaning of sentence
– el...
Situational Presentation - PPP
• Practice
– controlled practice
• drilling – individual, choral, “mill drill”
• formal wri...
Situational Presentation - PPP
• Production (free practice)
– Opportunity for the students to use the language
in a natura...
Can you:
• Describe the difference between will and
going to when talking about future plans
• Identify what the first “P”...
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  1. 1. Future Meaning
  2. 2. Today: • Analyse the ways in which we talk about the future in English • Identify one key approach to teaching grammar
  3. 3. What’s wrong? What can I do?
  4. 4. How am I going to get there?
  5. 5. How am I going to get there?
  6. 6. So I look out of the window, and…
  7. 7. How do form the future in English? • Structures – will + base form – am/is/are going to + base form – present continuous (am/is/are + verb-ing – present simple – Also: – will + be + verb-ing (future continuous) – will + have + past participle (future perfect)
  8. 8. How could you practice this language? • Spoken Practice – – choral, individual, mill drill – Simple role play – discussion • Written practice – – gap fill, – reordering words – sentence writing in response to prompts gap fill insert word into a sentence (no gaps) rewrite sentences interviews (pairs talking) role play,
  9. 9. Situational Presentation - PPP • Presentation – Set a context – elicit a target sentence – elicit meaning of sentence – elicit form of sentence – elicit pronunciation of sentence • How did we do it in this session?
  10. 10. Situational Presentation - PPP • Practice – controlled practice • drilling – individual, choral, “mill drill” • formal written practice (e.g. gap fill) – freer practice • Controlled pairwork activity where learners have more control over what they are saying, but with a heavy focus on accuracy still
  11. 11. Situational Presentation - PPP • Production (free practice) – Opportunity for the students to use the language in a natural way. – Little or no teacher control over the language being produced. – For example: discussions, role play, information gap activities.
  12. 12. Can you: • Describe the difference between will and going to when talking about future plans • Identify what the first “P” in PPP stands for? • Identify one activity which would be identified as controlled practice? • Name a free practice activity?
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