English Lesson - I wish/If only


In this lesson Iban teaches the meanings and differences of ‘I wish’ and ‘if only’. He starts the lesson with a warm up activity before covering the lesson point. He ends the lesson with activities to give the students practice using the language point he has taught.

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I learnt the importance of selecting the correct vocabulary to teach and when to teach it. There were some good ideas about different ways to teach vocabulary which I found very helpful. The unit also taught me about the different types of lessons I will face when teaching grammar, it also taught me about what is important when starting to teach grammar to students in the future.In this unit, we can see other grammar articles, now it is about Conditionals and reported speech. Conditions are the sentences containing \"if\" or \"when\". There are five types: zero, first, second, third and mixed.There are a direct and reported speeches. The point is if you transfer direct speech into reported one or vice versa, you should now about changes, which appear.