First and second conditionals.
What do I do?
1 Divide students into groups of 3 or 4. 2 Give each player a counter and each group a dice. 3 Students placetheir counters on START and throw the dice to decide who starts. 4 Student A throws the dice and moves forward that number of squares. 5 Student B asks Student A the question on that square. IfStudent A answers with the correct conditional form, and the rest of the group agree that the answer is correct, Student A's counter remains where it is. If the answer is incorrect, the counter returns toits original square. To develop fluency, encourage the group to develop a short conversation after each answer with follow up questions. 6 Students take it in turns, repeating step 5 and moving aroundthe board until one student reaches FINISH. This student is the winner!
To practise first and second conditional structures.
Students ask and answer questions using the first andsecond conditionals in order to move along the board and reach the end.
Make a copy of the board game for each group of three or four students. Each playerneeds a counter and each group needs a dice.
What will you do / What would you do...
1 ... if you met the American President ? 8
... If you go out tonight?
... ifit rains tonight?
6 ... if you are sick tomorrow ? 13 ... if you saw your teacher in a police car? 16 ... if you get a lot of homework ? 23
Miss a turn!
... if you could speak perfectEnglish?
... if you saw Tom Cruise walk by the classroom?
Go back 2 spaces
... if you broke y our frie nd’s favo urite DV D?
... if you can’t sleep tonight?
... if youfound $100 on the street?
... if this building caught fire?
... if you needed a lot of money very quickly?
Move forward 2 spaces
... if you hit a cat with your car?