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How to present Conditional Type 0 in a way that is fun?



carinita
Argentina

How to present Conditional Type 0 in a way that is fun?
 
I īm not feeling well and I īve run out ideas.
Help will be appreciated.
Thanks. Heart

24 Sep 2012      



papadeli
Greece

Here you are!
 
Greetings from Greece,

24 Sep 2012     



ueslteacher
Ukraine

http://busyteacher.org/3190-zero-conditionals-lesson-plan.html

Sophia

24 Sep 2012     



anitarobi
Croatia

Comparing laws and customs of different nations is fun and educational here - what is normal in one country, and strange in another.... food customs, traditions of behaviour and address, holidays, etc. It is rather prejudiced at times, but that can be an additional topic to deal with. E.g. If you are 18 in Croatia, you can vote. If you are in he USA, you can vote when you īre 21. etc. There are funny texts on the internet about unusual customs and laws in countries, you will probably have no problems finding them.
Correcting student bloopers about the laws of physics can also be fun. My teenage students used the zero to write about their parents rules. e. g.  In my house, if you come home with an F, you get grounded for a week.

24 Sep 2012     



carinita
Argentina

Thank you Thumbs Up

24 Sep 2012