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Презентация по английскому языку на тему Future tenses



Lesson plan

LESSON: Future tenses

School:

Date:

Teacher name:

CLASSES: 11- A, B

Number present:

absent:

Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to

11.L2

understand specific information in a range of talk situations on a wide range of general and curricular topics, including unfamiliar topics

11.W3

write accurately using a growing range of more complex structures on a range of general and curricular topics

11.S3 explain and justify own and others’ point of view on a range of general and curricular topics, including some unfamiliar topics

11.S7 use appropriate subject-specific vocabulary and syntax to talk about a range of general and curricular topics, including some unfamiliar topics




Lesson objectives

By the end of the lesson all Ss will be able to:

  • To complete the text using the most appropriate words in each gap

By the end of the lesson most Ss will be able to:

  • To recognize new vocabulary in different structures

By the end of the lesson some Ss will be able to:

  • To talk about language development of the earliest times


Previous learning


Previous information about differences between pages with information 2. Writing passive

Plan

Planned timings

Planned activities

Resources

Beginning

5’

Teacher offers a kind of warm up activity to give a start to a lesson.

Active Board

Middle

35’










The future can be expressed in several ways in English. Here are the different possibilities:

  1. Future Simple: will + base form of the verb

  2. Be Going To: am, is, are + going to + base form of the verb

  3. Shall: Shall + subject + base form of the verb?

  4. Future Progressive: will be + verbing

  5. Present Simple and Present Progressive with Future Meaning

Time expressions in the Future Tense

There are several time expressions that are used in all of the different forms of the future tense. They are generally used at the end of the sentence or question. The most common are: tomorrow, next week (Sunday/month/year), in two days (weeks, months years), the day after tomorrow.

Future Simple: Will + Base Form of the Verb

This form is used to:

Describe a simple action in the future:

  1. She‘ll write the e-mail after lunch.

  2. Alice won’t help us decorate for the party.

Make a prediction or give a warning:

  1. Don’t lift that. You‘ll hurt yourself

  2. If you don’t finish the bid, the boss won’t give you a raise.

Make a spontaneous decision:

  1. You dropped your purse. I‘ll get it.

Subject

will or won’t +verb

rest of sentence

Positive

Negative


I / You / We / They
He / She / It

will see

won’t see

you tomorrow night

Contractions

In general, use the contracted forms of the pronoun + will:
I will >
 I’ll / he will > he’ll / she will > she’ll / you will > you’ll / we will > we’ll /they will > they’ll
Ex. I’ll see you tomorrow. / You’ll get the answer by post.
Try to use the short form won’t instead of will not
Ex. I
 won’t see you tomorrow.
Save the long forms for when you want to create emphasis in spoken Englsih or when writing formal texts.
Ex. You
 will not do that again! / His hypothesis will not stand up to their criticism.

Yes/No Questions in the Future Simple

To create a question that will be answered with a yes or no, use Will (or Won’t) + subject + base form of the verb.

Will

subject

base form of the verb

rest of sentence

Will (Won’t)

I / You / We / They
He / She / It

send

that fax for me

  1. Will Dave burn the CD for you?

  2. Won’t the girls be late for the party?

Wh- Questions in the Future Simple

Wh- questions are questions that require more information in their answers. Typical wh- words are what, where, when, why, who, how, how many, how much.

To form a Wh-question use: Wh-word + will (or won’t) + subject + base

FCE practice tests

Planned timings

Planned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)

Resources

End

5’

Reflection.



Additional information

Differentiation – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners?

Assessment – how are you planning to check students’ learning?

Cross-curricular links
Health and safety check
ICT links
Values links

Differentiation by support and by

Formative assessment.











Презентация по английскому языку на тему Future tenses
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The future can be expressed in several ways in English. Here are the different possibilities:

1.      Future Simple: will + base form of the verb

2.      Be Going To: am, is, are + going to + base form of the verb

3.      Shall: Shall + subject + base form of the verb?

4.      Future Progressive: will be + verbing

5.      Present Simple and Present Progressive with Future Meaning

Time expressions in the Future Tense

There are several time expressions that are used in all of the different forms of the future tense. They are generally used at the end of the sentence or question. The most common are: tomorrow, next week (Sunday/month/year), in two days (weeks, months years), the day after tomorrow.

Future Simple: Will + Base Form of the Verb

This form is used to:

Describe a simple action in the future:

1.      She‘ll write the e-mail after lunch.

2.      Alice won’t help us decorate for the party.

Make a prediction or give a warning:

1.      Don’t lift that. You‘ll hurt yourself

2.      If you don’t finish the bid, the boss won’t give you a raise.

Make a spontaneous decision:

1.      You dropped your purse. I‘ll get it.

Subject

will or won’t +verb

rest of sentence

Positive

Negative

I / You / We / They
He / She / It

will see

won’t see

you tomorrow night

Contractions

In general, use the contracted forms of the pronoun + will:
I will > I’ll / he will > he’ll / she will > she’ll / you will > you’ll / we will > we’ll /they will > they’ll
Ex. I’ll see you tomorrow. / You’ll get the answer by post.
Try to use the short form won’t instead of will not
Ex. I won’t see you tomorrow.
Save the long forms for when you want to create emphasis in spoken Englsih or when writing formal texts.
Ex. You will not do that again! / His hypothesis will not stand up to their criticism.

Yes/No Questions in the Future Simple

To create a question that will be answered with a yes or no, use Will (or Won’t) + subject + base form of the verb.

Will

subject

base form of the verb

rest of sentence

Will (Won’t)

I / You / We / They
He / She / It

send

that fax for me

1.      Will Dave burn the CD for you?

2.      Won’t the girls be late for the party?

Wh- Questions in the Future Simple

Wh- questions are questions that require more information in their answers. Typical wh- words are what, where, when, why, who, how, how many, how much.

To form a Wh-question use: Wh-word + will (or won’t) + subject + base

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