Search Results for: simple past



Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about how to use The Present Perfect <b>Simple</b> ans Present Perfect Continuous to talk about their experiences. The context is set in connection with the previous lesson and the students are exposed to the target language through personal questions about their experiences. The language is clarified on the board and controlled written practice and semi-controlled speaking practice steps are followed.



Upper-intermediate level



Upper intermediate level


Teacher Goes on Holiday

Intermediate to upper-intermediate, prep speaking level

In this lesson Ss will discuss various topics related to travel, focusing on common complaints about travel and what to bring while traveling in both normal and extreme circumstances. A running dictation exercise will introduce the WC to some slang terms, related to irritating people and situations encountered while traveling.


Celta TP 1

Elementary level

Students are going to study 'telling the time'


Speaking: anecdote

Intermediate level

In this lesson students are going to listen about a man (Jake) who was in a dangerous situation, revise present perfect <b>simple</b>, learn the stages of telling a story and are going to practice speaking telling a story.


TP5 - Productive Skills

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students will learn how to tell and respond to a story using <b>simple</b> lexis with speaking practice.



Beginners level

In this lesson, students will review <b>past</b> vocabulary of family and common household objects, prepositions , contractions, and age collocations. Exercises will focus on listening for specific details and speaking.


TP7 Grammar: Present perfect/past simple yet/already/just

Pre-intermediate level

The context of receiving communication in an office will have been set by Charmaine's earlier lesson. Present perfect/simple <b>past</b> structures using yet/already/just will be exposed to students. Use of the verb forms in sentences similar to: He’s just come back I’ve already seen the note. He doesn’t know yet. will be clarified and drilled. Students will have controlled practice with sentences involving these structures within the context of office communication. The freedom of thes...


Describing Your Home , Grammar

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson students will review the 'unfinished <b>past</b>' function of the present perfect tense through the use of time expressions "for and since". The SS extract the target language from reading text after they review , and learn about the meaning, form and pronunciation. They will also do a semi-controlled practice to consolidate the meaning and form of the target language.Finally , they do a free practice exercise to use the TL they have learnt.
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