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    Unhappy Help written assignment needed in tomorrow and i am blank?

    I have to write a lesson on How I would teach the future form ĎGOING TO + VERBí to a pre-intermediate class? I have to describe my actions step-by-step. i have to set an appropriate context, to drill the structure, to check student understanding and to let them use the structure. I donít want you to write it for me (but if you want I wonít stop you) I just need some ideas so I can come up with 150-200 words.

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    Ann1977 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Help written assignment needed in tomorrow and i am blank?

    Quote Originally Posted by tonyheaney View Post
    I have to write a lesson on How I would teach the future form ĎGOING TO + VERBí to a pre-intermediate class? I have to describe my actions step-by-step. i have to set an appropriate context, to drill the structure, to check student understanding and to let them use the structure. I donít want you to write it for me (but if you want I wonít stop you) I just need some ideas so I can come up with 150-200 words.

    You can see if there's anything you can use here
    ELC Study Zone: Future: “Be Going To”
    (there's a link to exercises at the bottom of the page)

    Or you can browse these Google hits to see if there's anything that will spark your own thinking or organize your thoughts
    going to future tense - Google Search

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    john karren is offline Newbie
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    Smile Re: Help written assignment needed in tomorrow and i am blank?

    Hey

    I was just wondering how you got on with your assignment?

    I have the same assignment and I am just blank.

    I was wondering if you could share any ideas that you came up with.

    How did you find the course? It is a lot harder that I thought it would be.

    Cheers

    John

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