Lesson Plan Tp6
Grammar: Students will learn the difference between the present simple and present continuous through listening contexts.
Listening: To expose students to grammar tasks through listening.
Procedure (35-45 minutes)
-Teacher will show the students 2 pictures of Egypt's attraction places -Students will discuss in pairs -Teacher will elicit ideas -Teacher will then hand out 4 pictures of London's attraction places -Students will discuss in two big groups -Teacher will elicit answers -Teacher will write down the name of the 4 places (show them on a power point)
-Teacher will discuss the hard words in the listening task (guidebook, battle, castle) -Teacher will play the listening for the first time -Students should number the pictures in order -Students discuss answers in pairs -Teachers feedback and Answer keys Teacher will play the listening one more time -Students will fill the gaps in ex 1 C -Students discuss answers in pairs -Teachers feedback and Answer keys
-Teacher will elicit the name of the tense by giving an example -Teacher will write the form for both tenses on the board (Main form, Question form and the negative form) -Teacher will elicit ideas from students regarding the difference between the present simple and present continuous - Teacher will drill several times -Teacher will also elicit ideas regarding the uses of the present simple (Difference between the two tenses) *We use the present simple tense when we want to talk about fixed habits or routines – things that don’t change. *We use the present continuous to talk about actions which are happening at the present moment, but will soon finish.
-Students will be given a task to make sure they understood the clarification part 6D (a) -Students will discuss answers in pairs -Teachers feedback and answer keys
-Students will be grouped in pairs (One student will be the tour guide and the other will be the tourist) -The tour guide should suggest places in Egypt for the tourist to visit. -Teachers feedback and error-correction