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1 Imagining Level: 1º de Bachillerato. Grammar: Conditions type I, II and III. Phrasal verb to come Functions: Talking about imaginary situations and concepts. Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to human behaviour, leisure, sports and other activities. Phonetics: Pronunciation of the contracted forms 'd and 'll. The lesson is divided into four parts: 1. Possible events: Revision of the first condition. Activities: listening, matching sentences, order sentences and recording. Additional information with grammar explanations and glossary. 2. Imagining the present: Practice of the second condition. Activities: listen and match, listen and match pictures, write sentences, dictation, writing, match phrasal verbs with meanings. Additional information with grammar explanations and glossary. 3. Imagining the past: Practice of the third condition. Activities: listen and decide true or false, match sentences, match sentences with situations, write sentences. Additional information with grammar explanations and glossary. 4. Consolidation: Revision of all types of conditional sentences. Activities: match beginnings with endings, choose the right sentence according to situations, listen and complete the sentences, listen and record the answers with short forms, complete gaps, play a memory game. How to use it: Tell the students to follow the order of the activities. In some activities they will have to repeat the exercise if they don't score well enough. To check your students' recordings, go to the activity and listen to it before another student uses the same lesson PART 1 Possible events 1. A trip : In this exercise students must listen to the dialogue. They can click on the text if they don t want to see it or run all the cards. 2. Choose endings: Next, students must drag and drop the correct endings into each square. 3. Order sentences: In this exercise students must arrange the words in the sentences by dragging each one to the correct place. 4. Record plans: This is a role-play activity. Students play the questions and record their answers. Then, run their dialogue. As a help they may click on the key to see the text.

2 PART 2 Imagining the present 1. If I won the lottery: In this exercise, students must listen to these people talking about what they would do if they won the lottery then drag the pictures to the right bubble. 2. Who said that?: Next, students must click on the photos to watch the video and drag the name under each sentence. Next, they will have to write an ending for each of the sentences using the prompts given. 3. Listen and match: In this exercise, students must click on the pictures, watch the video and then write one sentence per gap using contractions, (would='d), if they need them. They can use commas if necessary, but not at the end of each sentence. Then, they must verify their answers and repeat the exercise if they don't score well enough.. 4. Write an This is a free writing activity. Students must write a text using the information given and then it to their teacher. 5. Match meanings: Here, students must first read some information on the use and meaning of phrasal verbs with come by clicking on the grammar button; then they will drag each meaning of the phrasal verb come to the correct sentence on the left. PART 3 Imagining the past 1. True / false: In this exercise students must listen to the dialogue and then click on true or false under the text. 2. Association: In this exercise students must click and drag the correct endings under each sentence. 3. Situations: Next, students must drag the sentences under the situations next to the corresponding one. 4. Headlines: In this exercise students will write sentences in the third conditional as in the example given. PART 4 Consolidation 1. First and second conditionals: Here, students must drag the endings into the correct beginning of the sentences, revising the first and second conditionals. 2. What do other people say?: Next, students must double click on the gaps to choose a suitable sentence; a screen will open with various possibilities to choose one. 3. Phonetics, listen and complete: In this exercise, students must listen to the first part of the sentences and complete them with short forms, they may read the correct answers by clicking on the keys.

3 4. Phonetics, listen and record: This is a recording exercise where students must first listen to complete sentences and then record them as short ones. 5. Phrasal verbs; fill in the gaps: Here, students will revise phrasal verbs by filling the gaps with the missing prepositions. 6. Memory game: British superstitions: This is a typical memory game, students must match parts of sentences by clicking on the two windows; if they match a pair, the chart will show a picture.

4 PART 1 Possible events Imagining - Answer key 2. Choose endings: they ll go to a shop, they ll get wet, if it doesn t rain, they can see the clouds, they may buy something, unless it gets better 3. Order sentences: What will we do if it rains? If it rains, we ll go to a shop If there isn t a shop, we ll go swimming. We ll go to a café in town. We won t play if it rains heavily. I ll give you a present if you study. If it is sunny tomorrow, we ll sunbathe. PART 2 Imagining the present 2. Who said that?: 1. (from left to right, top to bottom) Tamsen / Sean / Derek / Vicki / Sean / Vicki / Derek / Louisa / Louisa 2. if I won the contest she'd give some money to charity He'd apply for the job. If he had the qualifications required he would be the Prime Minister if I took some aspirine I'd visit the Eiffel Tower 3. Listen and match: If I won the national lottery, I'd buy a lot of cars I can't drive, so I'd have to learn to drive first but I would buy lots of sports cars, big red ones If I won the lottery, the first thing I'd do is go and live somewhere else somewhere where the sun shines all the time I'd probably buy a house by the sea and spend my days lying by the pool drinking exotic cocktails. PART 3 Imagining the past 1. True / false: False / False / True / True / False 3. Situations: If I'd been tired, I would have gone to bed If I hadn't been late, I'd have caught the bus If she hadn't been there, she wouldn't have met him If I had been invited I'd have gone If she hadn't gone she wouldn't have enjoyed it. If she had stayed at home, she wouldn't have been ill If it hadn't been flooded, we could have played

5 4. Headlines: The cashier wouldn't have called the police if the woman hadn't paid with a false cheque The boat wouldn't have sunk if it hadn't hit an iceberg The man wouldn't have been killed if he hadn't tried to save a child The boy wouldn't have got burnt if he hadn't been making a fire The man wouldn't have bought a castle if he hadn't won the football pools PART 4 Consolidation 1. First and second conditionals If it doesn t rain we'll go to the beach If she played well we could win the Cup. You ll miss your flight unless you hurry If I knew more people I wouldn't feel so lonely If you need the drinks I'll go and buy them If you took more exercise you'd feel healthier I d buy a yacht if I had a lot of money If I had the key I'd open the case I d write him a letter if I knew his address I ll tell your mother if you don't behave properly 2. What do other people say? If you hadn't gone you wouldn't have broken it. If you don't eat your vegetables you won't have any You could win if you trained harder If you eat so many you won't be fit. We wouldn't have left if it hadn't been so awful. You won't get better unless you take it. He'd have bought it if he'd had it If it hadn't been late he'd have driven to work. 5. Phrasal verbs; fill in the gaps: out / into / up / out / up / along / off / out

6 PART 1 Possible events 1. A trip: Imagining - Audio Scripts - We are going to have a great time this afternoon. I can't wait to get to the beach and start sunbathing! - Yes, but look at the clouds. What will we do if it rains? - If it rains, we'll go to a café. - But, what will we do if there isn't a café on the beach? - Well, if there isn't a café, we'll go to a shop. - OK. But what will we do if there isn't a shop? - Look, don't worry! If there isn't a shop, we'll swim in the sea. - Swim in the sea! - Yes, if we are in the sea, the rain won't be a problem. Will it?. 4. Record plans: Derek: What will we do if it rains? Louisa: If it rains, we ll go to a café. Derek: But, what will we do if there isn t a café on the beach? Louisa: Well, if there isn t a café, we ll go to a shop. Derek: Ok. But what will we do if there isn t a shop? Louisa: If there isn t a shop we ll swim in the sea! Derek: But, what will we do if we can't swim in the sea? Louisa: If we can't swim in the sea, we'll go to a café in town. PART 2 Imagining the present 1. If I won the lottery: Tamsen: If I won the national lottery, I d buy lots of cars, I can t drive, so I d have to learn to drive first, but I would buy lots of sports cars. Big red ones. Sean: If I won the lottery, the first thing I d do is go somewhere else, go where the sun shines all the time, I d probably buy a nice house by the sea, and spend my days lying by the pool, drinking exotic cocktails. Derek: If I won the lottery I d probably spend two weeks on some distant islands, enjoying myself, laughing at the waves, and then I d probably come back, and then I'd spend it all, so I'd have to go out and find a job. Louisa: If I won the national lottery, I wouldn t be one of those people who said it didn t change me, I d invest a certain amount, but I d certainly enjoy a lot and spend most of it. Vicki: If I won the national lottery, I d give some money to my family, to my mum, dad, spend some, I might give some money to charity. like the cancer fund.

7 PART 3 Imagining the past 1. True / false: Mark: Oh no! NO! Nooo! That s it! They ve won! Bill: We could have won! Mark: If we had attacked more, we would have scored two goals at least! Bill: We were so defensive! Mark: We should have been more adventurous! Bill: If Hammond hadn t fouled their defender, he wouldn t have been sent off! Mark: Yeah, he would have scored, if he hadn t been sent off! PART 4 Consolidation 3. Phonetics, listen and complete: If you go to the match, I'll see you there If he d given her a present, they wouldn t have quarrelled If he d studied, he'd have passed his exams If I had a big house, I'd have a swimming pool If I won the lottery, I'd buy lots of presents Unless we run, we won't catch the bus If we d attacked more, we'd have scored two goals If they had holidays, they'd go to France

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