This simple future resource covers using "will" and "be going to" to express the future. Beginning level adult ESL students need practice with this, but they will respond better when there is no cutesy clipart and the sentences are not written to engage children. If you teach secondary to adult students, this is what you need. Are you a little tired of writing on the board and then having your students write on worksheets (which you then need to check)?
I think you're going to love this!
This PDF is set up to run like a powerpoint presentation. It uses the SAME information from the grammar guide portion of my ⭐Simple Future Grammar Guide and Worksheets
resource and SOME of the worksheets have been adapted so that you can have the whole class working together (or individually if that's what you want). If paper and ink are a concern, this is the answer!
(in order of appearance):
✔ 20 slide introduction to the simple future
✔ 12 answers for students to use to create yes/no questions
✔ 11 answers for students to use to create information questions
✔ 10 statements for students to add question tags to
What this doesn't include:
This includes the MUCH OF THE SAME material as ⭐Simple Future Grammar Guide and Worksheets
. Consider purchasing this if you want more ways to present the material. Do not purchase if you are looking for entirely different content.
This could come in handy: ⭐View a PDF Like a PowerPoint!
This resource is INCLUDED
in the following:
⚡⚡MEGA Grammar BUNDLE for ESL and Secondary
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