Second conditional

manderjones 2020-05-13 11:34:34
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This PowerPoint presentation (PPT) is aimed at A2-B2.1 level students. It provides some consolidation on the second conditional structure and encourages learners to produce full sentences. Students should have been exposed to the language point earlier in the lesson (or in previous study).

Alternatively, you can use these slides as a springboard for self-discovery of the target language. Thus the series of six practise slides prompt student(s) to select a logical answer to the questions. Student(s) are then encouraged to explain the reason for their choice to their peers or teacher.

The PPT can also be used competitively by splitting a class into teams and have them call out the correct answer in the fastest time. Therefore, this could also be used as a cooler after ample exposure of second conditional.

This downloadable teaching material is a great resource for at Pre-intermediate (A2) and Intermediate (B1) level. It is aimed at revising Conditional 2 (second conditional) - would in English, and can be used for working on your pupils' Speaking skills. It is focused on the vocabulary topic of Jobs, work.
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Upload date: 2020-05-13 11:34:34

Author: manderjones

from United Kingdom

I am a dedicated, professional EFL Teacher with almost 15 years experience, whose primary purpose is to drive students towards a higher level of proficiency in the English language. I have taught a plethoria of pedagogical approaches paying particular focus on the communicative method; a common practise in language schools globally.


Having lived, taught and volunteered across three continents in over half a dozen countries I am able to draw on these experiences as a tool for understanding students individual learning needs. As each nationality experience problems with L2; it is my job to iron out these flaws and alert them to common pitfalls when communicating.


In addition I lead teacher training sessions & workshops, mentor, create syllabi and design exams & materials for schools.


In my spare time I review attractions and eating/drinking establishments for a number of online travel sites. I also contribute to advice forums and set up travel blogs.


Both in and out of work, teaching, learning and sharing are of great importance to me.

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