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TP 8

A1 level

In this lesson we are going to have a review of times. times of the day, days of the week etc. Ss will have a speaking task to talk about their favorite times. Then I preteach the new voc. and we move on to the gist read. Here Ss read the first part of the text and answer 2 questions. In the detailed reading, there are some phrases that Ss must put in the text. Finally we have our post reading stage which includes 2 activities. In the first one Ss must read some phrases from the text on the w...

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Speaking L P (Azza Mostafa)

Intermediate(grade-8) level

In this lesson plan students will Learn to describe feelings and practice the language quickly and confidently.

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TP3

Upper int. b2 module 7 level

In this lesson Ss will learn to describe memorable evens through listening and using useful language in their speaking. The class starts with some signs on the board and T will perform pantomime in order to elicit the topic. Related pictures will be shown by projector in order to review some Voc( pre listening ). In listening part Ss are provided with some Pre ( Voc and some Qs T to WC) , while (unscramble sentences ) and post listening ( prepare a brief summary ) activities. After listeni...

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Jokes about restaurants - Listening Lesson (TP8)

Beginner - a1 level

In this lesson, the students will be listening for the gist and intensively/for detailed information. Prior to that, they will discuss the jokes/the photos and be introduced to some vocabulary in order to prepare. Finally, they will do a gap-fill text and practise speaking for accuracy while role-playing as waiters/customers in order to give them practise telling jokes.

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TP2 FOODS AND DRINKS

Beginner (a1) level

In this lesson, students will learn about, vocabulary related basic food and drink items via presentation and vocabulary practice. The lesson starts with showing the students a couple of food and drink pictures on the white board. This is followed by a choral form to work on the vocabulary and pronunciation followed by an individual matching practice in the form of a white board game .Then the sentence frames are introduced followed by a pair work. Finally a full class mingle is prepared via ...

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week 1 have and has got

Elementary level

In this lesson, students enrich their knowledge on the use of "have / has got" in the positive and negative to describe personal possessions. Students follow up on the previously provided text for better understanding of its different forms. Prepared exercises and practices for the learners enable them to constantly check on the proper use of "have/ has got". Students form groups and deal with their peers as they work on the use of the new concepts learned.

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Young Learners - TP5 - Daily Routines Project

A1 level

In this lesson students will focus on revision from the previous day along with integrated 3rd person singular. The warm up will begin with the game "simon says" to activate their schemata and prepare their background knowledge. They will then play "bingo" to go over the actions and routines they have learned. After that, they will recycle what they have learned and apply it on the 3rd person singular. A task will be given to them where they will have to look at some pictures regarding daily ...

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Eliana (1st class)

Elementary, assessing level

Review basic concepts of <b>Simple</b> Present and Present Continuous.

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Speaking Lesson

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students will have a chance to practice on giving a presentation about a new magazine release. The lesson will start with a little conversation about students' interests about magazines. (What kind of magazine they'd like to read etc) Following this conversation, the students will watch a very short video about a presentation which was given by Tim Cook about new Apple watch. After eliciting some useful language from the video (and some from outside of the video) the students ...

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Careers Past Simple

Pre intermediate level

In this lesson, the students further their practice of the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> via a listening task about careers. The lesson starts with a presentation of a fictional character. Students are required to put his working life into sequential order by date prompts. This is followed by a discussion of jobs and careers and a short drilling of new vocabulary pertinent to the topic. This is designed to prepare the class for the listening section. A True/False activity checks their comprehensi...
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