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simple past vs present perfect

B2 level

In this lesson, students will learn about the differences between Present Perfect <b>Simple</b> and Present Perfect Continuous through guided discovery based on listening . The lesson starts with a brief discussion about the movie gladiator. This is followed by the analysis of the model sentences found in the text. Finally there is some controlled (gap-fill exercises) and freer practice (a final writing activity).


TP8 LP_Mailys Rouleau

Elementary level

In this lesson, students will practice writing a complaint email in the context of online shopping. They will be presented a model. They will realize 3 tasks based on the model regarding structure, appropriacy and useful language. After that, students will brainstorm together different ideas so they can start planning their writing. Finally, they will share their work with class and I will conduct OCFB.


TP number 2

B2 level

In this lesson, firstly, Ss are supposed to be freshened up by matching some sentences based on the target language on the board from the previous slot. Then, they will do some controlled activity to check their concept. After that, they are going to deal with some Semi-controlled activities to be checked on their production and pronunciation.


Grammar: Language Focus: simple past, present perfect and present perfect continuous

Upper-intermediate class level

This lesson will be a practice related class to the previous lesson (Mr Ahmed Jama); students are required to distinguish between <b>simple</b> <b>past</b>, present perfect and present perfect continous throughout a variety of activities: listening task, fill-in exercices and speaking circle practice. The lesson is aimed to help students to integrate the use of both functional and usage grammar skills.


present continuous lesson

Beginner level

By the end of this lesson the students will learn the formation of the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> and the will be able o accurately use the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> and talk about <b>past</b> action and events. I will start my warm up by showing them pictures about Christmas and ask them questions about your last Christmas then I will hand them a short text on Christmas and questions on the story itself to answer it. The next step I will clarify the form and function of the <b>simple</b> <b>p...


Present perfect simple & continuous TP 1

B2 level

In this lesson, students will learn more about the present perfect <b>simple</b> and continuous in the affirmative forms. The lesson starts with a lead-in that introduces two songs that include the target language of the lesson. Then, the students will be exposed to two texts that have the target language and in groups, they will try to answer some questions about the text. After that, the students will be shown some examples and the teacher elicits the target language of the lesson. Next, th...


Change - Continued

Intermediate 1 level

This lesson presents <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and present perfect verb tenses in the context of changes in Vietnam. It also presents expressions that are commonly used with these verb tenses.


Ambitions and Dreams , present perfect vs past simple

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson ss learn about the difference between Present Perfect and <b>Past</b> Simple.The ss learn that Present perfect is an action started in the <b>past</b> and continued to the present, and the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> is an action started and finished in the <b>past</b>. they also learn time expressions with the <b>past</b> and the present perfect.By the end of the lesson they will be able to use the tow different tenses correctly.


Lesson 1 Sept 4th

B1 level

Lesson a-b Highlights: By the end of the session, you Will be able to use different <b>past</b> tenses to talk about stories from your life


TP3 Lesson_Silvano

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will explore narrative verbs; more particularly the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b>, the <b>past</b> perfect, and the <b>past</b> continuous.
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