I might, I want to

mintacia 2019-02-27 02:07:39
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This worksheet is aimed at refreshing students (through a class conversation) at two grammar points: I might and I want to. Students can practice reading the "sight phrases" with the teacher. Then, students can make some of their own sentences and even draw two little pictures of "what they want to eat."

After completing the front of the worksheet and reviewing these concepts, they can do the back. The teacher can start by reading these new Japan-related words with the students. Then, the teacher can encourage the kids to use "I want to" and "I might" while writing an mini-essay about what they'd like to do in Japan. The students are informed - in both English and Korean on the worksheet - that the provided words are to help them, and they do not need to use all of the words.

Also - there are two excellent discussion opportunities here. First, you can discuss the Nara deer park. It is a great chance to use the term "feed the deer" and "pet the deer." Also, you can talk about the Inari shrine and talk about how there is lots of fox souvenirs you can buy.

This downloadable printable was created for at Intermediate (B1) and Pre-intermediate (A2) level. It is a useful material for consolidating MAY or MIGHT in English, and was designed for enhancing your students' Writing skills. It features the topic and words of Tourism.
Copyright License: This file is licensed by mintacia under the iSLCollective Copyright License

Upload date: 2019-02-27 02:07:39

Author: mintacia

from South Korea

mintacia is from/lives in South Korea and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2018-08-14 10:56:29. mintacia last logged in on 2019-04-03 11:30:37, and has shared 2 resources on iSLCollective so far.

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