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simple past

Intermediate level

in this lessson , students learn...

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Reading In the right place....but at the wrong time

Pre-intermediate level

Reading to "The Holiday Magazine" article

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Donia, Teaching Practice 5

Elementary (a1) level

In this lesson, students learn about how to use <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> when they want to talk about the news. The lesson starts with a listening activity which has a gist and a detail listening activity. Then, the teacher highlight the functional language and the students have some controlled and freer practices about what they've just learned.

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Writing Lesson

Elementary level

In this lesson, students will work on their writing skills along with a vocabulary support. They will be given diverse activities involving physical movement to wake them up but there should be a logical link between them. So all of the writings will be based on making up stories,trues and lies. The context will be set by teacher with writing trues and lies about herself on a piece of paper and make students guess which one is true and which one is false.

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TP8 Grammar - Present Perfect

Elementary level

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Reading

A2 level

The topic of this lesson is New Year’s Eve. Three blogs about memorable New Year’s Eves (good and bad!) provide the context for the introduction of <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> irregular verbs.

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First Lessson, Level A2- Evergreen

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Teaching Practice 5

A2 level

In this lesson, students will learn the use of present perfect with for and since. They will also contrast with the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> thorugh a controlled practice of grammar.This will be followed by a semi-controlled speaking practice and finally a freer speaking practice.

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TP 5 Writing

Elementary level

In this lesson, ss are provided of a sample reading about a holiday report, in order to write about their own holiday using <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense. The lesson will start with a lead in about holiday spots, followed by reading to match questions to paragraphs. At the end they will write using Padlet.com.
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