Arrangements, Plans, Predictions and Spontaneous Decisions- Future Forms

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Future Forms
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 1st Jun 2015

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Arrangements, Plans, Predictions and Spontaneous Decisions- Future Forms Game

Tell your partner one of your real plans or arrangements, e.g. “I’m going to move house 
soon” or “I’m seeing the new Godzilla movie tonight”. They should think of a negative 
prediction that means it isn’t a good idea, e.g. 
“(If you move house soon,) you’ll miss the 
chance to buy cheaper next year” or “(If you see the new Godzilla movie tonight,) you’ll be 
really scared”. You should then decide on a solution such as “In that case, I’ll fast forward 
the scariest bits”. Continue with negative predictions and spontaneous decisions until one 
of you gives up, then choose another topic and do the same thing.

Possible topics
Work
Free time
Travel
Family
Spending/ Shopping
Holidays (= vacations)
Eating out
Arts and media

Possible times
Tonight
Later today
In a week
In a couple of days
Tomorrow
The day after tomorrow
Next week
On Saturday
Next month
In two or three months
Later this year
At the beginning of next year
By the time I retire
When I retire
After I retire
When I’m (much) older

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015

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