What we’ve got here is a lesson on using the would rather construction. The emphasis is on allowing students to learn the form through structured exploration. Well, you’ll see. Read or print the lesson plan if you like, available here as an MS Word doc. That will explain all. You’ll find two other handouts for activities as well.
Would Rather Lesson Plan / Guide to Activities
Would Rather Pair Interview Questions There are 3 Question Cards per page here. So if you have 18 students you only need to print 6 pages.
Pictures for the Would You Rather Song
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This looks like a brilliant idea. My wife is an English teach (and Geography teacher actually), and she is always complaining about not being able to find new lesson ideas for her classes.
I’ve downloaded the lesson plan and the pictures for her, and I’ve bookmared your site for her to browse through later when she is home.
Thanks in advance. I know she will be very happy with this.
All the best
Hi, thanks for sharing these documents. Its a really interesting idea and something that I am sure will work very well. Maybe you can post some of your experiences with using this and maybe give some additional comments? * Danika
Thank you for the valuable lesson plan. It is very important that we teach our children well so that they are productive citizens in the future.
It´s a great lesson plan. I agree it’s better the estudents work explring the language rather than teacher’s explanation. I´d prefer students practice, actually not many students are logic, many are impulsive intead. thanks
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Thanks a lot for this amazing lesson plan. I found it very interesting and my students enjoyed the activities.
Mary, thank you for doing some activities from EnglishTeachersEverywhere. We’re glad to hear that you and your students liked them. Try something else!
Fabulous! My students were enjoying it to the very last moment. I would like to think of a post-activity to fit my leson that last 45 minutes only. Thank you. Lenka