Was and were
To provide clarification and practice of the simple past of the verb "to be" in the context of past events
To provide clarification and practice of some adjectives and their antonyms in the context of general knowledge
Procedure (42-49 minutes)
- T shows students some pictures. - T tells students to say what they think off each picture.
- Sts try to guess the difference in the pictures. - Sts say what they think - T shows the all pictures. - Sts give their opinion about all pictures. - T writes on the board the words that relate to each picture.
- T explain the meaning of the words. - T writes each word on the board. - T drill the pronunciation chorally and individually. - Sts repeat after the teacher. - T gives handouts to practise the use of the those adjectives and their antonyms. - Sts anwser the exercise. - T asks sts when they finish to compare their answers with their partner.
- T talks about past experineces and events using the simple past. - T asks sts what they did last week. - Sts share their opinion using TL. - T explains the simple past of the verb "to be" and its positive and negative form. - T also explains when to use "was" and when to use "were".
- T gives Instructions and then give the handouts. - T tells sts to answer exercise 3. - Sts then answer compare their answers with their partners. - Correct the mistakes with the answers written on the board.
- T gives instructions and tells ststo answer exercise 5. - Sts take some time to answer. - Sts compare their answers witheach other. - Correct the answers from the answers written on the board.
- T divides sts into 2 groups. - T gives instructions for the activity. - Sts will practice what they have learnt during the session. -Sts will share their sentences with the whole class. - Last minute, T asks sts what they have learnt during the lesson. - Sts share what they've learnt.