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A video grammar presentation 2 - Second Conditional (for ESL teachers)



EmpireOfEnglish
Russian Federation

A video grammar presentation 2 - Second Conditional (for ESL teachers)
 
Hello colleagues,
 
Upon request of one of our colleagues, there is one more grammar presentation of Second Conditional + exercise.
Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LHHLAXTxVs
 
Hope you will find it useful.
Take care! 
 
Empire of English 

22 Nov 2015      





Tapioca
United Kingdom

Hi Empire of English!
 
Another great video and wonderful drawings. I wish I could draw like that. I tried to draw a deer the other day and my students asked, What is that ball of string behind the fence?
 
One thing, I wonder how old your students are? That example about "I would buy expensive clothes". That might be an opportunity to challenge some gender stereotypes, don t you think? I d love to see teachers writing "I would train as an astronaut".
 
Two other (music) videos which are useful for teaching 2ndC:
 
 
 
You can guess which one my students prefer! :-))
 
Tap
 

22 Nov 2015     



EmpireOfEnglish
Russian Federation

Tapioca, hello :)
 
 
I teach adult people and they really don t care about all this gender stuff :) One woman is even 60 years old :)
But this is just an example of what you can say, but you can choose other sentences for your students :) it s all up to you - you can alter this grammar presentation according to your needs - you just take the idea and use it in the way which is most appropriate for your students :) 
 

And thank you very much for the link provided! 
 
Well I suppose your students like most the quick version, don t they? :) 
 
Take care :)
 
 
Empire of English 

22 Nov 2015     



Tapioca
United Kingdom

They do like the quick version! :-) It s a catchy tune, and it helps to be able to see the words of the song. I am glad you like them.
 
About your students - they may not care about this gender stuff now, because that s how they have been educated. We should respect their interests of course, but don t you think we should treat all our students equally?
 
Tap

22 Nov 2015     



EmpireOfEnglish
Russian Federation

I am a private English Teacher :) so I teach English one-to-one. I used to teach groups some time ago and of course I had different ways of explaining materials. And at CELTA course I was quite "modest" at choosing the topics and examples :)

22 Nov 2015