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Read the sentences. Change them to make them true for you.

Example: I'm going to go on holiday in June. No, I'm not. I'm going to
go on holiday in August.

1. I'm going to have pizza for dinner tonight.

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2. I'm going to school tomorrow.

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3. I'm going to have English class tomorrow.

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4. I'm going to go shopping for clothes this weekend.

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5. I'm going to be 8 years old this year.

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6. I'm going to a restaurant this weekend.

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7. I'm going to get new toys for Christmas this year.

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8. I'm going to live in a new house soon.

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9. I'm going to hang out with my friends this weekend.

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10. I'm going to play sport next week.

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11. I'm not going to come to the next class.

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Activity Instructions
Language Focus: Be going to for future plans
Vocabulary Focus: Unspecific
Level: Kids
Skill: Writing
Time: 20 minutes
Organisation: Students work individually
Stage: Controlled grammar writing practice
Suggested Method:

1. Copy one handout for each individual young learner and distribute them.

2. Focus students' attention on the instructions. Students read the sentences and
write a correction to make the grammar true for them. Refer the learners to the
example and demonstrate with other examples of your own.

3. Monitor the students, and when appropriate provide any necessary individual
language or vocabulary input.

4. Give the learners a warning when their time limit is about to expire and then
insist on pens down and heads up.

5. For feedback, options include the learners writing some/all of the answers on
the board or having them contribute their answers out loud.

6. Draw your learners' attention to any specific mistakes which seem prevalent
through the work and offer language input.

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