Mehti Mehti

Present simple + (I/ you/ we/ they)
L1, Elementary level


In this lesson, students will learn about 'present simple' tense and Wh- questions. Additionally, integrated skills will be used.


Abc Chris Redston & Gillie Cunningham
Abc Liz and John Soars
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Main Aims

  • LF - Present simple + (I/ you/ we/ they)

Subsidiary Aims

  • Integraded skills


Warmer/Lead-in (10 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

Student will be given some vocabulary and pictures on daily routines. They will be working in pairs to match the pictures and phrases. Then depending on the amount of the students, in each pair one or both students will read one phrase out loud for feedback and proper pronunciation.

Grammar practice/LF (15 minutes) • To provide a model of production expected in coming tasks through reading

Student will write about their own daily routines and will work in pairs then with others by talking about it. Grammar rules on 'present simple + I/ you/ we/ they' will be explained.

Exposure/Productive skills (5 minutes) • Introducing a text

In pairs students going to read some more facts about character's life that they were exposed in previous lesson and circle the correct answer.

Receptive skills (5 minutes) • To provide an opportunity to practice target listening skills

In order to check the facts from previous stage and increasing Ss listening skills they will listen to character's daily routine and check their answers.

Productive skills (15 minutes) • Letting them learn/practice Wh- questions (present simple)

Student will divided in to two groups, separated sheets of papers with different words (noun, personal pronoun, phrases, preposition etc) will be given to them and they will be asked to put them into the right order and stick them to the wall/WB. Grammar/word order will be explained. Then as a WC they will walk around, find a partner and talk about (ask questions, answer) those facts each time encountering a new partner and practising more. Teacher will be involved too, in order to get feedback, monitor and maintain the TL.

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