The future continuous can refer to actions that will be in progress at some specific time in the future; i.e. actions that have already started but have not yet be finished.
In example (1) you will start dinner before nine and finish dinner after nine.
In example (2) You will start sitting on the beach Read more
The following ESL resources are available for Future continuous:
Concept questions for future continuous and future perfect; pair work for future perfect
Ss complete sentences about themselves and their partners using future perfect and future continous.
General English course books (adults)
Lindsay Clandfield Rebecca Robb Benne
Peter Moore Sarah Cunningham
Module 3 Adventures and mishap Page 37 Language focus Pictures with multiple-choice captions / speech bubbles. Analysis of examples.
Follow up multiple-choice exercise.
Listening - students guess the questions and then ask partner
Unit 4 Challenge Page 41 Grammar: future continuous and future perfect Find examples of these tenses in previous text + practice book exercises.
Photocopiable resource books
Will Forsyth Sue Lavender
Grammar books with exercises
Mark Nettle Diana Hopkins
General English adult course resource packs
18a & b Tomorrow's world Page 18 (18a) Multiple-choice quiz about life in the future.
(18b) Six short texts in which the answers can be found.
18c Ten years from now Page 18 Students complete sentences making predictions about each other and read them out.
Marked as pair work but could be done in small groups or even as a whole class if they know each other sufficiently well.