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Upper intermediate level


Lesson 2 - Vocabulary and listening

Intermediate unit 2 level



B2 level

In this lesson,students learn about amazing achievements they admire based on a listening text.The lesson will start with a listening part followed by a True/False activity.After that there is a discussion about the topic and feedback .


Present Perfect Continuous with for, since and ago

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about the Present Perfect Continuous and the different usages of for, since and ago. The lesson starts with a listening task about Sarah’s Life and it’s followed by an exercise where the Ss complete a number of sentences using the tapescript. This is followed by explaining the Present Perfect Continuous using two examples, CCQs, discriminating between ‘since’ and ‘for’ and some exercises. Afterwards, there is a brief explanation for ‘ago’. Finally, there is a co...


Productive Lesson

A2 level

In this lesson, students practice using the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense through guided discovery based on a reading text about football. The lesson starts with a short vidoe about the Champions League and a short talk about it as a warmer. This is followed by reading avtivities to prepare the Ss to the production stage. Finally, Ss write a story based on the reading passage.


Life now and then



Functional Language (Weekends)

Elementary level

Ss will be looking at some examples of peoples weekends and talking about them. They will have to guess from the image who had a busy, a great, a quiet and a terrible weekend, followed by reading a text about the image to see if their guesses were correct. They will then have an exercise on matching words with the correct phrases followed by a short speaking in pairs using the phrases. Ss will then find the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> form of the words and the T will go through them with some p...



Upper intermediate level


Holidays lesson TP7a (Marieke Steuben)

Beginner level

In this lesson, students get some practice using holiday vocabulary and expressions. First they talk about what you can do on holiday in their country. Then they listen to a dialogue about a holiday in New York and answer questions. The listening exposes them to the target language, <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> negatives and questions.


Do you know any jokes?

Elementary level

Students will review the <b>past</b> lessons of vocabulary using articles: "a, an, and the" Review: <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b>: irregular verbs
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