Difference between revisions of "DIY find someone who"

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| '''1''' || BE THINKING OF + -ING 
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| '''2''' || WILL DEFINITELY + INFINITIVE
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| '''3''' || BE GOING TO + INFINITIVE
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| '''4''' || BE + -ING + TIME PHRASE
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| '''5''' || BE PLANNING TO + INFINITIVE
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| '''6''' || WILL DEFINITELY + INFINITIVE
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next year
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when I retire
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on New Year`s Eve
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before I die
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on my next Birthday
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after class
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this weekend
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tomorrow

Revision as of 20:16, 1 November 2012

A DIY find someone who activity can be used to practice and activate almost any grammatical structure in both affirmative, negative and question forms. It is a variation of a find someone who activity which is student-centered and which provides controlled and free practice in two separate stages of the same activity. The following example illustrates how it can be used to practice future forms:

Preparation

  • The teacher may want to prepare a handout or projection with the following list of items:
Future form
1 BE THINKING OF + -ING
2 WILL DEFINITELY + INFINITIVE
3 BE GOING TO + INFINITIVE
4 BE + -ING + TIME PHRASE
5 BE PLANNING TO + INFINITIVE
6 WILL DEFINITELY + INFINITIVE

next year when I retire on New Year`s Eve before I die on my next Birthday after class this weekend tomorrow