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101.

Life's beach

Upper- intermediate, b2 level

In this lesson, SS will be engaged in R focused in the comprehension of an online magazine article about the top three beaches in the world. In the beginning of the lesson, SS will get the context from pictures showed in the OHP and from a short listening. As a pre-reading they write ideas about the topic as a brainstorm. This is followed by a receptive sub-skill development work of skimming for an overall idea. And in a second part, scanning for specific information related to the article in...

102.

Sending/replying to invitations

Intermediate level

103.

Email to ask for time off

Beginner - low-intermediate level

In this lesson students will be introduced to email format. They will experiment with future tense when they practice composing a email to hypothetical employers asking for time off.

104.

Question forms

Intermediate level

In this session students revise question forms in the context of talking about their family in the present and <b>past</b>. They also practice writing formal and informal emails.

105.

Expressing purpose with to and for

A2 level

In yhis lessons, the students will learn expressing purpose using to and for through guided diccovery

106.

Using simple past and adjectives for your first day in the job

A2 level

In this lesson, the students will practice <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> using adjectives to desribe their firs day in a job

107.

Ibrahim Yurttas, TP, 6

Pre-intermediate, a2 level

In this lesson, the students are going to be introduced to the future plans/arrangements use of the present continuous tense. They are going to practice using this tense for the future plans through controlled, less controlled, and freer practices. In addition, the students are going to be asked to interact/communicate with their classmates (in pairs) by using the present continuous tense within the context of future arrangements.

108.

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109.

Teaching Practice 8

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn to write a formal letter (or email) of complaint. The lesson starts with a reading about an unsatisfactory meal Joseph Clements and his family had at a Cafe Royale restaurant and complete his letter with more formal alternatives. Then students will be taken through various stages that will enable them to write a letter of complaint. This includes the layout, sequence and common set phrases. Finally students write their own letter about hotel accommodation.

110.

Hotel reservation

Elementary level

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