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Unit 10. Our houses in the future. Lesson 3. A closer look 2

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OUR SCHOOL WILL SHINE
Our school will shine today
Our school will shine
Our school will shine today
All down the line.
Our school will shine today
Our school will shine
When the sun goes down
When the moon goes up
Our school will shine.
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS-6A9
Good morning Everybody
Unit 10: OUR HOUSE IN THE FUTURE
Lesson 3: A CLOSER LOOK 2
Sing a song
Hello Vietnam.
GRAMMAR
* Will for the future:
- We use “will” + “V-inf” to talk about actions we think are likely to happen in the future.
Affirmative:
I/ We/ You/ They/ He/ She/ It + will + V-inf
Ex: + I will travel to the Moon by super car in the future.
+ We’ll live in a comfortable apartment on the Moon.
(’ll is the short form of will.)
Negative:
I/ We/ You/ They/ He/ She/ It + will + not + V-inf
Ex: + We won’t live in that cottage in the future.
(won’t is the short form of will not.)
Question form:
Will + I/ We/ You/ They/ He/ She/ It + V-inf?
Ex: + Will they live on the Moon?
=> Yes, they will./ No, they won’t.
Complete the conversation with will or won’t.

Tom: - Professor Lin, may I ask a question? (1) ................ the car of the future run on elictricity?

Professor Lin: - No, it (2)............ It (3) ................. probaly use water.

Tom: - Sounds great! In what other ways (4) ............. the car of the future be different?

Professor Lin: - Instead of the keys, we (5) ............. have special cards to start the engine. The cards (6) ................ open the doors. They (7) ................... control the temperature, but they (8) ................... drive the car.

Tom: - So how much (9) ................... the car cost?

Professor Lin: - I don’t know, but it (10) ................ be cheap.
1. Complete the conversation with will or won’t.

Tom: - Professor Lin, may I ask a question? (1) Will the car of the future run on elictricity?

Professor Lin: - No, it (2) won’t. It (3) will probaly use water.

Tom: - Sounds great! In what other ways (4) will the car of the future be different?

Professor Lin: - Instead of the keys, we (5) will have special cards to start the engine. The cards (6) will open the doors. They (7) will control the temperature, but they (8) won’t drive the car.

Tom: - So how much (9) will the car cost?

Professor Lin: - I don’t know, but it (10) won’t be cheap.
2. Match the verbs in A with the noun in B.
Do
Clean
Cook
Wash
water
Surf
Send and receive
Take care of
A
Do
Clean
Cook
Wash
water
Surf
Send and receive
Take care of
A
a. meals
b. the flowers
c. children
d. housework
e. e-mails
f. the floor
g. clothes
h. the Internet
B
* Phrases in 2:
Do housework
Clean the house
Cook meals
Wash clothes
Water the flowers
Surf the Internet
Send and receive e-mail
Take care of children
3. What will appliances do in the future? What won’t they do? Using the phrases in 2, tell your partner about them.
*Example: + Robots will cook meals.
+ Robots won’t take care of children.
GRAMMAR
* Might for future possibility:
- We use “might” + “V-inf” to talk about actions that are possible in the future. (we are not sure if they will happen or not).
Affirmative:
I/ We/ You/ They/ He/ She/ It + might+ V-inf

Ex: + I might have robot do our housework.
Negative:
I/ We/ You/ They/ He/ She/ It + might + not + V-inf

Ex: + They might not travel in cars.
+ He might get there in time, but I can’t be sure.
4. Listen and read the two poems. Then, decide weather the statements below are T (True) or F (Fasle).
Jenny thinks we might live with robots. T
Henry thinks we might travel to the Moon. …
Jenny thinks might not clean our house. …
Henry thinks we will stay on the Moon for a short time. …
Jenny thinks robots might help us do the housework. …
Henry thinks we might not have a great time on the Moon. …
4. Listen and read the two poems. Then, decide weather the statements below are T (True) or F (Fasle).
Jenny thinks we might live with robots. T
Henry thinks we might travel to the Moon. T
Jenny thinks might not clean our house. F
Henry thinks we will stay on the Moon for a short time. F
Jenny thinks robots might help us do the housework. T
Henry thinks we might not have a great time on the Moon. F
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B
Lucky Numbers
1. Make a sentence with “will”
2. Make a sentence with “might”
Lucky Number
Lucky Number
4.Talk about what you might do.
5.Talk about what you might have.
- Do part 5 in Student book.
Prepare Lesson 4 – Communication.
Do exercises in Workbook, page 39
HOMEWORK
THANK YOU FOR ATTENTION!
the end
GOOD BYE!
The bye bye song

Bye, bye.
See you tomorrow.
Bye, bye.
See you tomorrow.
Bye, bye.
See you tomorrow.
Bye, bye. Bye, bye.
Back to tell a story
 
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