Search Results for: past simple and past continuous

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TP 2 October 13th, 2018 Ela Funda Yegen Koumpos

Pre-intermediate level

This lesson continues with a similar context (holidays) to the previous lesson and continues the story started in the reading, but changes the focus to grammar.

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Teaching Plan 3 simple past tense

Elemantary level

in this lesson sts revise and practice <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> with integrated skills listening and speaking. the lesson will start by asking some questions to warm sts up to the topic.Then,it will continue with pre teaching vocabulary. after that they are going to listen a talk and then read it. Sts will also talk about an important event in their life. i will distribute questions HO to help sts to think each life event questions and answer them. after that, in groups they will tell each o...

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EBRAHIM TP7

Beginner level

In this lesson, Students will learn the negative form of the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and how to negate an action in the <b>past</b>. S will be practicing the target language throughout the lesson and using it in their speech.

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Utku Gürel - TP#2 - Thursday 27/03/2014

B1 - intermediate level

This lesson continues with the context from the previous lesson. It reviews present perfect <b>simple</b>, which the Students already know, and helps them to think about time expressions they can use with it.

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TP 5b

B2 level

In this lesson, students will practice using the present perfect and the present perfect continuous . they will learn how they are formed . When we use them and what is the difference between present perfect and the present perfect continuous . Students will be given many activities about both verbs . These activities include , scanning the previous reading text, arranging adverbs of time for present perfect and <b>simple</b> <b>past</b>, filling gaps with the correct form of these verb.

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Get Reacquainted with some one/The Present perfect

Intermediate./grade 1 level

In this session students will learn a conversation about how to introduce themselves.Actually there is a grammar part ,too.The grammar is present perfect .The lesson will start with a listening of the conversation.Then it will continue with practice on the conversation.The students try to memorize it.After that will start the grammar.The grammar will start with some examples about some events that happened in the past.The students should try to understand the difference between <b>past</b> <b...

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Teaching Practice 1

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, the <b>past</b> continuous tense will be introduced to the students. It will be in the context of meeting someone, which will be set and introduced by pictures of people meeting. They will do matching exercises, <b>simple</b> fill in the blanks, pronunciation, and a short listening task for gist and specific information. This will follow up with a speaking activity, sharing their people meeting experiences.

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Pronunciation and Speaking Lesson with Past Simple

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students repeat the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> tense regular verbs forms with a pronunciation part and a speaking part. The lesson starts with learning the differences between /t/ and /d/ in <b>past</b> forms of the verbs and continues with two speaking tasks. The first speaking task is about teachers and their students. The second task is about teachers they really liked. The lesson finishes with feedback and correction.

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Past simple (Negative)

Elemantary level

In this lesson students learn about negative form of <b>past</b> tense based on the context of my last weekend. The lesson starts with making links to the previous lesson and continues in the same context. This is followed by a practice part which includes a listening task, The lesson ends with a speaking activity called "you did it" which will give them an opportunity to practice what they have learnt and produce their own sentences.

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present perfect simple and continues

5 level

Ss learn about the present perfect in both forms the <b>simple</b> and the continues
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