Future flip lesson plan and resources

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Future flip lesson plan and resources

  1. 1. Future Tense Flip Lesson yr 8 Sp Activity Greens 1 Cut up sentences order cards – 3 sentences, varying in difficulty (5mins) 2 Reading Comprehension 1. Answer questions 2. Highlight the future tense verbs, highlight the time phrases (10mins) 3 Speaking: Pairs – using questions on board, speaking activity. Encourage use of opinions and time phrases (5 – 7 mins) 4 Writing: Students to write their own conversation and practise speaking aloud. Greens to be stretched through encouraged use of opinons with reasons and time phrases, verbs in other forms (not just 1st person singular). (5 mins) Reds Cut up sentences order cards – 3 sentences, varying in difficulty (5mins) Reading Comprehension 1. Answer questions 2. Highlight the future tense verbs, highlight the time phrases (10 mins) Speaking: Pairs – using questions on board, speaking activity. Encourage use of opinions and time phrases (5 – 7 mins) Writing: Students to write their own conversation and practise speaking aloud. (5 – 7 mins) When students have completed an activity – they can help another group to complete their task. Purples Laptops: Watch video & complete Google Doc (5 – 10 mins) Cut up sentences order cards – 3 sentences, varying in difficulty (5mins) Reading Comprehension 1. Answer questions 2. Highlight the future tense verbs, highlight the time phrases (10mins) Speaking: Pairs – using questions on board, speaking activity. Encourage use of opinions and time phrases (5 – 7 mins) Writing: Students to write their own conversation and practise speaking aloud.(5 – 7 mins)
  2. 2. a por la tarde a beber limonada es mala para salud
  3. 3. voy a comer patatas fritas son deliciosas porque
  4. 4. el mes que viene voy a jugar al fútbol
  5. 5. Mañanapor la mañanavoyair al parquedondevoy a jugar al tenis con mis amigos. Me gusta el tenisporqueesmuyrelajante. Sin embargo mi hermanova a practicar el ciclismoque en mi opinion esaburridísimo. El miércolespor la tarde, a la una, voy a ir al restaurant y voy a comer unaensaladaporqueesmuybuenapara la salud. Después mi familia y yovamosair a la playa y vamos a jugar al voleibol. Tambiénvamos a bebermuchaaguaporquehace mucho calor. Mañanapor la mañanavoyair al parquedondevoy a jugar al tenis con mis amigos. Me gusta el tenisporqueesmuyrelajante. Sin embargo mi hermanova a practicar el ciclismoque en mi opinion esaburridísimo. El miércolespor la tarde, a la una, voy a ir al restaurant y voy a comer unaensaladaporqueesmuybuenapara la salud. Después mi familia y yovamosair a la playa y vamos a jugar al voleibol. Tambiénvamos a bebermuchaaguaporquehace mucho calor. 1. When is he going to the park? 2. What sport is he going to play in the park? 3. Why does he like this sport? 4. What is his brother going to do? 5. When exactly is he going to the restaurant? Day and time. 6. What is he going to eat at the restaurant? 7. What sport are they going to do at the beach? 8. What are they going to drink? Now highlight the verbs in the future tense and underline the time phrases. 1. When is he going to the park? 2. What sport is he going to play in the park? 3. Why does he like this sport? 4. What is his brother going to do? 5. When exactly is he going to the restaurant? Day and time. 6. What is he going to eat at the restaurant? 7. What sport are they going to do at the beach? 8. What are they going to drink? Now highlight the verbs in the future tense and underline the time phrases.

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