This flipped lesson plan is based on a video about the most expensive coffee in the world, Kopi Luwak. Students will first learn how to use wish structures and then practise using them during the lesson. Again, this flipped lesson plan can also be done in a traditional way, that is the whole worksheet during the classes (the video is short).
This is a Flipped Classroom lesson plan. In a nutshell, it means that first part of the lesson needs to be done by students at home. Learn more about flipped classroom and how we implement it in those lesson plans in our post.
At home students should do three grammar activities. First of all, they need to study a short table showing different sentences with wish structures to learn how it can be used. Then, they need to read a few sentences, and find and correct mistakes in them. All these mistakes are connected with the use of wish structures. In the next task, they get a list of sentences and they need to rewrite them using wish structures to talk about the past, present and future.
The in-class worksheet starts with a short activity where students read the definition of a bucket list and write down 5 things that they would include on their own bucket lists. Next, they need to share what they have on their bucket list with each other using wish structures. After that, they move to a short discussion about coffee which is an intro to the video. Then, they need to watch the video and answer a few comprehension questions. The next video-based exercise requires students to match halves to create phrases used in the video. Next, students need to add three more wish sentences connected to the video to the list given, compare their sentences with another student. The last task is a pair work activity. In the provided boxes, students write different things in random order. For example, an activity they wish they had tried on their last holiday or a talent they wish they had. After filling in all boxes, students exchange cards with their partner and guess what the other student meant. For example:
A: I think you wish you weren’t scared of dogs.
B: Nope, I wish I had had a dog when I was a kid.
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