Will vs going to 2

Age: 11-16
Level: 6th grade
Language: English (en)
ID: 845366
22/03/2021
Country code: MX
Country: Mexico
School subject: Grammar (1061914)
Main content: Future (1995779)
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Worksheet to practice the use of will and going to

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will vs going to
Worksheet description:
Objective Explanation:
The educational objective of this worksheet is to help students differentiate between the uses of "will" and "be going to" when talking about the future. By the end of the worksheet, students should be able to apply these two future forms accurately in various contexts.

Content Overview:
This worksheet focuses on the topic of the future, specifically exploring the differences in usage between "will" and "be going to". Students will practice using these future forms for making decisions, promises, predictions based on beliefs or evidence, as well as expressing hopes, guesses, and possibilities.

Language and Educational Level Context:
This worksheet is designed for students learning English as a second language. It is suitable for intermediate-level students who already have a basic understanding of grammar concepts. The content has been structured in a way that is accessible to this educational level, providing clear explanations and examples to support their learning journey.

Subject Relevance:
Within the broader context of Grammar, this worksheet specifically targets the Future tense. By focusing on the nuances between "will" and "be going to", students are able to deepen their understanding of how to express future actions, events, and intentions accurately in English. This knowledge is essential for effective communication in both spoken and written contexts.

Instructions:
The instructions on this worksheet guide students on the various uses of "will" and "be going to" in different contexts related to the future. Students are prompted to fill in the blanks with the appropriate future form based on the given criteria. For example, they are asked to use "will" for making decisions or promises, while "be going to" is used for future events that have already been planned or predicted based on evidence. By practicing these distinctions through examples and exercises, students can develop a solid grasp of how to use these future forms effectively in their own communication.

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