The goal of this lesson is to introduce the use of the future perfect when describing past events in future time. Students will learn language about the environment, sustainability and our future circumstances.
The lesson starts with a matching exercise where the student matches environmental problems with their solutions and discusses them with the teacher.
Reading: The future of our planet
The student reads a brief prediction of our life on Earth in 30 years, paying special attention to verbs used in the text.
Grammar: Future Perfect
The student learns about the structure and use of Future Perfect and puts their knowledge into practice by filling in the gaps. Then, they practice using it in speech by answering questions referring to completed actions in the future.
Reading: Presentation about environment
The student reads a presentation about environmental problems and then completes reading comprehension practice. New words are extracted from the text (vegetation, regulation, alternative, etc.) for the student to match them with their synonyms.
Video: This tool will help us get to zero emissions
The student watches a video in which Bill Gates explains how we could reach 0% carbon emissions. They discuss questions about the green premium.
The student watches the video and learns about biofuels, how they are made and their advantages/disadvantages.
To revise the vocabulary, the student matches eco-friendly inventions with the correct eco-industry.
Reading: The downsides of electric vehicle production
The student reads about the downsides of electric vehicle production and answers the questions that follow.
Finally, the student completes predictions for 2050.
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