Search Results for: past simple and past continuous


Present and Past Habits

B2 level

In this lesson students learn telling about their present and <b>past</b> habits using S.Present, Will Future,P. Continuous,S. <b>Past</b>,Used to and Would.The teacher elicits the topic setting a context by talking about her daily breakfast habits.Then students are give a survey about healthy food to activate their schemata.After that students are shown phptos of Ted and Cassy and try to guess which sentences are told by whom both to let them get familiar with TL and check what they know.Th...


Celebrities lesson, Past Progressive Tense

Intermediate level

In this lesson, sts learn about <b>past</b> continuous tense through short texts about some celebrities. In the beginning of the lesson, I will place the pictures of those celebrities on the WB. After having short conversations about them, in the second exercise, sts will read the texts and see if they are right. Through the following exercises, sts will be shown the form and the uses of <b>past</b> continuous. Also, to clarify the meaning, I will explain <b>past</b> continuous by comparing i...


Grammar lesson

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students are going to be introduced to grammar, specifically, to the difference between the <b>past</b> perfect <b>simple</b> and continuous through a text then some examples. After that, they are going to do some pronunciation practices focusing on irregular verb forms.


narrative tenses

Intermediate level

the students learn the difference between <b>past</b> and <b>past</b> continuous tenses through a reading about comic accidents and misunderstandings


Assessed TP 4

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson students are learning how to use tenses in narrative, where they will get to distinguish between the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, <b>past</b> perfect and <b>past</b> continuous tense. Firstly, by telling of a story the context will be set, and then use CCQ to ensure the students are led into the context of narrative of the <b>past</b>, so that they can understand the difference between periods, points and duration of time in the <b>past</b>. To ensure that context is set, I wil...


TP4 - Kanta Tateno

Intermediate level


Lesson 2

Pre-intermediate level

This lesson is a continuation in the <b>past</b> continuous and the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> with a focus on writing. Ss will practice writing a blog about a favourite photo.


The tenses of storytelling -- Don't Forget Language Analysis

Intermediate level

A review of the most common verb tenses that are used when telling stories in English.



Intermediate, grade 4 level

In this lesson students will listen to three interviews about <b>past</b> experiences.They will connect key information from each person's story.Then they decide which tenses used to give the background and main events.They learn the difference between the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and the <b>past</b> continuous by completing two activities and by giving details through answering some questions. This is done individually and in pairs.


TP8 - Text-Based Framework, Grammar

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will review and practice the passive voice in the <b>past</b> tenses. They will read headlines that include the three <b>past</b> tense passive forms - the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> passive, the <b>past</b> continuous passive, and the <b>past</b> perfect passive. After reading the text, they will identify the passive voice language used. Then, they will analyze the meaning, form, and pronunciation each tense. Next, the students will use their knowledge in a controlled...
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