《Unit 4 A charity show Grammar 2》
(Passive voice in simple future tense)
● To revise passive voice with modal verbs
● To help students understand and use passive voice in the future tense ● To help students understand and use passive voice in the present perfect tense
Step 1 Having a revision and presenting Hi, attention to the two sentences on the blackboard:
The host is called Ricky.
Ricky was chosen to be the host.
They are passive voice in the simple present tense and the simple past tense. Today we’ll learn passive voice in the future tense and the present perfect tense. Questions about Reading: What does Ricky hope after the charity show?
He hopes that more events like this will be organized to raise money for charity. We use the passive voice in the future tense to talk about the action which hasn’t taken place yet.
Step 2 Practicing
Questions about the charity show:
The Class 1, Grade 8 students are going to organize a charity show. Daniel is asking Sandy about the detail. Help Sandy answer Daniel’s questions using the passive voice. When is the charity show going to be held?
Where is the charity show going to be held?
Who will be invited to the show?
Who will be chosen to be the host of the charity show?
How much money will be raised in the show?
What will the money be used for?
Step 3 Discussing Suppose your class is also going to organize a charity show. Talk about what will be done before the show/in the show/after the show.
Step 4 Presenting
(Show Picture1 in Comic Strip to students again) Why is Hobo holding a microphone? Because he has been chosen to be the host of a charity show.
We use the passive voice in the present perfect tense when the action took place in the past and continues to the present or still has connection
Step 5 Practicing
Daniel wants to know more about the charity show hosted by Ricky. He is asking Kitty about the detail. You are to complete the dialogue between them using the passive voice in the past or the present perfect tense. Then I will give you the answers. Step 6 Doing additional exercises
Correct mistakes in the following sentences. 1. My homework has finished already. 2. The novel has been borrowed for more than a week.
3. Computer has been teached in this school for a long time.
4. I don’t know he has been left from home since he was 15.
(Keys: 1.My homework has been finished already. 2. The novel was borrowed more than a week ago. 3. Computer has been taught in this school for a long time. 4. I didn’t know that he left home when he was 15. )
Step 7 Working out the rules Ask students to work out the rules of these three kinds of passive voice Step 8 Finishing off Part C2
Kitty is writing to Ricky about the charity show her class is organizing. Help her complete her e-mail using the correct passive voice.
I shall give your the answers later on.
Step 9 Homework
a. Go over what we have learnt.
b. Finish off the exercises in the Evaluation Handbook