Lesson Plan of Simple Future Tense
Students` Learning Outcomes
Illustrate the use of tenses, (simple present and continuous, simple past and continuous and simple future tense) previously learnt in their speech and writing.
Information for Teachers
- Rules for formation of the Simple Future tense
Subject + will/shall +1st form of the verb + object
He, she, it, they
- This tense tells the intentions of people what they are planning for future.
- To clarify the concept of the future tense, add the future time in the sentence for example, tomorrow, next day, next week, next month, next year.
Material / Resources
Writing board, chalk/marker, duster, flash cards of words
- Write the heading “Simple Future Tense” on the board and ask the students:
- What do you know about it?
- Which helping verbs are used in it?
- Which form of verb is used?
- Record the responses of the students on the board. Giving and asking examples.
- Tell the students the use of shall and will by giving examples.
|He, she, it, they||Will|
‘I shall not waste my time’.
‘Ahmed will fly to Karachi’
The formation of the negative sentences in the Simple Future Tense is:
Subject + will/shall not +1st form of the verb + object
Ahmed will not fly to Karachi,
The formation of the interrogative sentences in the Simple Future Tense is:
Will/Shall + Subject +1st form of the verb + object
Will Ahmed fly to Karachi?
- Divide the class in pairs.
- Each pair will write a paragraph with the following paragraph starter:
I will be going to Karachi today….
- After the students have finished their work, ask them to check their work by following the rules of simple future tense.
- Take the oral feedback of paragraphs from students and appreciate their effort.
Sum up / Conclusion
Repeat the usage of will and shall
Change the following sentences into negative and interrogative simple future tense.
- I shall go to school tomorrow.
- Ahmed will eat the cake.
- They will come to the party.
- You will cook the dinner,
- We shall meet at the park.
- Give them a paragraph of simple present tense to write from the text book and instruct them to change it into simple future tense.