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Plans for the Weekend

by Kimberly Park | 15 Feb 2018
Resource Description: A grammar lesson on when and how to use "going to" versus "will" to describe future plans.
Audience: Adult, Secondary, University
Audience Language Proficiency: Intermediate
Duration: 60 minutes
Language Skill: Grammar
Content Area: Grammar
Objective(s): By the end of the lesson, students will be able to 1) discuss their weekend plans by using “be + going to” and “will”, and 2) differentiate between when they should use each sentence pattern.
Procedure: See attached lesson plan for more information.

Azar, B.(2011) Chapter 3: Future Time. Azar Grammar Series: Fundamentals of English Grammar, 4th edition. Retrieved from

Perfect English Grammar. (n.d.) Retrieved February 14, 2017, from

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