past simple lesson
To provide clarification of the spelling rules of regular verbs which end in (-ed) in the simple past.
To provide practice of on the 3 different ways of pronouncing the (-ed) at the end of regular verbs in the simple past. in the context of I walked away. It smelled bad. I visited New York.
To provide practice of on the 3 different ways of pronouncing the (-ed) at the end of regular verbs in the simple past. in the context of I walked away. \wakt\
Procedure (31-40 minutes)
Students discuss the explorers they know including the ones they've read about in the previous lesson on page 18 in the course book.
Students read the texts on explorers and complete the grid on page 18.
Exercise 4.a : Students find 6 examples of regular past simple verbs from exercise 2.a Examples : carried - stopped - looked ..etc
Exercise 7 : Students complete the facts using the past simple of the verbs in the box.
Exercise 8 : Students write down dates or years of six important events in their lives. They give the list to their partner and ask questions to each other to find out what the dates represent. They can ask follow up questions once they find out what the dates represents.