22

Age: Older Teens and Adults

For the song “22”, you can first engage students into talking about their future by using “will” for predictions. Then, they will listen to the song and read the lyrics and, based on those lyrics, they will guess the meaning of a few words and phrases provided. After that, they will predict what will happen to the character in the song and share their predictions with a peer.

 

All Night

Age: Teens

Will for predictions and promises can be practiced with the help of the song “ALL NIGHT”. First, students guess the name of the band by reading a quote from the song. Then, They are introduced to the vocabulary necessary to understand the song. After that, they listen to the song and read its lyrics to find examples of WILL for prediction and promises. Finally, they write sentences about themselves using the structure suggested.

You´ll See

Age: Adults

We can practice WILL for Predictions and Promises with the song “YOU´LL SEE”. First, students guess who the singer is. Then, they predict what the singer will do after breaking up with her boyfriend. After that, they listen to the song and check. Finally, they pretend they have broken up with their significant other and write a letter telling them how they feel, using the structure suggested.