Throughout our English course we’ve always tried to do things differently. Bearing in mind the importance of putting things into a real context as a means to internalize and acquire language efficiently, we thought that maybe our students could use their ingenuity and think up theatrical situations to put grammatical structures into use.
Therefore, our students were told to create situations in which it had to be crystal clear the difference between WILL and GOING TO auxiliaries. Since students sometimes experience certain doubts on when to use which, by making it visual and real maybe the doubts could be reduced. So here you have some samples of grammar practice fuelled by the imagination, sense of humour as well as theatrical talent of our students!! Check out how both grammatical structures are alluded implicitly.
Hope you enjoy it!!