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Find out how many people...

Find out how many people... v can save money. v could walk before they were one year old. v can work better in the evening than in the morning. Find out how many people... v can wake up on time without an alarm clock. v can eat a big breakfast before 8 a.m. in the morning. v can fall asleep in a chair.  
Find out how many people... v can eat a lot without putting on weight. v could ride a bicycle before they were ten. v can see three things made of wood in ten seconds. Find out how many people... v can name three Australian cities in five seconds. v could swim before they were ten. v can see three things beginning with ‘s’ in ten seconds.
Find out how many people... v can spell the word ‘extreme'. v can see the same film twice without getting bored. v can remember what they did on their last birthday. Find out how many people... v can remember what they ate for lunch yesterday. v can spell the word ‘deceitful’. v can remember the name of the first teacher they ever had.
Find out how many people... v can type without looking at their fingers. v can write neatly with their left hand. v can concentrate on their homework with the TV on. Find out how many people... v can remember the last present they received. v can remember what they dreamt last night. v can remember what they were doing at 8 o'clock last night.
Find out how many people... v can spell the word 'generosity'. v can say ‘hello’ in four languages. v can read the same novel twice without getting bored. Find out how many people... v can name five vegetables in ten seconds. v can name four types of music in five seconds. v can name three verbs beginning with Y' in ten seconds.

You mustn’t… - necessity cards

 

 

I must I must I must I must
I mustn't I mustn't I mustn't I mustn't
You must You must You must You mustn't
You mustn't You mustn't I needn't I needn't
I needn't You needn't You needn't You needn't
I mustn't You must You mustn't I needn't

 

You mustn’t… - action cards

 

 

lose the keys go to the bank eat more be late again
wash my hair do homework get up early go to the doctor
drive fast have a holiday study English hurry
do the shopping do more exercise clean the house sleep in class
stop smoking go to the dentist have a shower cut the grass
pay the bills eat healthily go on a diet get a haircut

 

Unit 11

Conditionals

 

11.1. What will happen?.. (Boardgame with a dice, 1st conditional) (GW)

Material: worksheet for every group of 3-4 students, dice

Students throw the dice and continue the sentence with the phrase in the square: If you eat too much chocolate you will get fat. If there is just If, they can make any sentence. If the group is unsure about a sentence, they can reject it. If a player can’t finish off the sentence appropriately, they miss a go. The winner is the one who finishes first.

11.2. Chain-game (Second conditional) (GW)

The students are given the beginning of the story, e. g. If Tony took a holiday… The 1st student repeats the if clause and gives the conclusion: If Tony took a holiday, he would go to London. The next student takes the last part, makes it an if clause and add a new conclusion: If Tony went to London, he would visit the London eye. If Tony visited the London eye, he would take a photograph.

If Tony could make himself invisible, ...

 

11.3. If I had a million dollars (GW)

The idea is taken from 5-min activities by Penny Ur and Andrew Wright

A million dollars is to be won by the person who can think of the most original thing to do with the money. Students share their ideas, then vote for the best decision.

11.4. Conditional Thoughts (PW)

Material: a worksheet for each student

The material has been taken from Teach-This.com

 

Students work individually and answer the questions about real and unreal conditional situations. Make sure they write their answers in random order. They should write single words or short phrases, not complete sentences.

When everyone has finished, students work in pairs and swap worksheets with their partner. Students then have to try to guess why their partner has written the words/phrases in the squares.

 

 

For example:

Student A writes Lamborghini.

Student B asks, "Would you buy a Lamborghini if you won a lot of money?"

Student B writes beach.

Student A asks, "Will you go to the beach if the weather’s good this weekend?"

Students must ask at least one follow-up question on each topic.

Examples:

What other things would you buy?

Where do you usually go at the weekend?



At the end of the activity, students report back to the class on the most interesting things they found out about their partner.

 

 


What will happen?.. (First Conditional)

 

Oh, no! Go back :(
IF…  
visit my country
buy me a drink
work hard
don’t have enough money
Move back 2 spaces  
eat too much chocolate
You are lucky today!
go to bed late tonight
You can say nothing, just relax :)
forget my birthday
give me some money

 

 

 

 


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