Sunday, April 13, 2014

3 Sentence Guessing Game for "Will" and "Might"

(TESOL Worksheet
Google Docs Version Here
[Students write down 3 sentences for each question.  2 sentences must use "will" and one sentence must use "might".  Then, the students are put into small groups.  They read their 3 main verbs (but not the full sentences) to their group, and the group members guess which plan is not definite (uses "might").  Each correct guess is one point.  I also created a different version of this worksheet for a different class in which the textbook was using "may" versus "going to".  That version on google docs here.]

Write 3 sentences for each question.  Write 2 sentences using "will" and one sentence using "might".  Use "will"  for actions you are sure about, and "might'" for sentences you are not sure about.  Try to mix up the order. 
1. What will you do tonight?
I
will/might
V1










2.  What will you do tomorrow?
I
will/might
V1










3. What will you do this weekend?
I
will/might
V1










4. What will you do at the end of the term?
I
will/might
V1










5. What will you do when you graduate from school?
I
will/might
V1











Now, read the verbs to your classmates.  Read the base verbs only, not the "might" or "will".  Don't tell them which sentences use "will" or "might".  Instead, make your classmates guess which sentences you are sure about, and which ones you are unsure about.



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