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past simple positive regular and irregular verbs

Beginner a1 level

in this lesson, students are going to learn the differences between regular and irregular verbs and using them to make <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> sentences and I will elicit the meaning from a reading.


Hossein Zakeri, 3rd conditional

Upper-intermediate level

In this lesson, students are going to learn about the 3rd conditionals and also the inverted form. The context is the <b>past</b> events and regrets and since they have already studied wish sentences using <b>past</b> perfect they are well familiar with the subject.


Fame & Fortune - Speaking/functional Language for summarizing

Upper-intermediate level

In this lesson, the students are going to do speaking about the famous people and they will summarise the articles by using the phrases in useful language.


Cappucino and chips: present simple

Beginners level

In this lesson students will get to know the present <b>simple</b> tense through reading a text about famous facts and habits of the British people. Students will use the tense to express the facts and routines of a speacific nation such as the British or the Egyptians. Then they're going to talk about their personal habits.



Beginner level

In this lesson,the students are going to learn and practise saying the months of the year in order.They will also practise their receptive skills(listening) in the context of national holidays.The students will do various activities in pairs and as whole class to practise speaking using the TL.



Intermediate (b1+) level

This lesson's focus will be on the receptive skill of reading (including the sub skills of gist and specific information reading, as well as inferring meaning) in the context of selfies. The lesson will begin with a discussion about social media (pros and cons). Students will share their experiences and opinions with their classmates and the whole class. Then students will do a pre-reading activity, by looking at photos related to the article and predicting what they are going to be reading a...


Present Simple

Face2face - starter level level

In this lesson, Ss learn how to talk about daily routines using the present <b>simple</b> tense. They are exposed to the affirmative and negative forms of the third person. Vocabulary related to daily routines is presented and prCTICED.



Upper intermediate level

The Ss already know these verb forms and have seen present <b>simple</b> and continuous with future use, but they have had little practise bringing all 4 forms together and choosing between them. The listening provides the source for the language samples and maintains the context from the previous lesson. If the CD hasn’t arrived you can either decide to 1) record the listenings from the tapescript and play them like that, 2) read the listening texts aloud for a live listening or 3) copy th...


Lesson on Polite Requests

Intermediate level

This lesson will introduce the functional language of polite requests. A warm up activity will give the sts a chance to mingle with each other in a game of matching requests with answers. Once sts have a context they shall see how polite requests are used in a variety of ways through listening to conversations. While listening sts will be asked to complete tasks from the handouts. E.g. gap-fills, rewriting a conversation using polite requests. Towards the end of the lesson sts will create the...



Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson students are going to learn about articles through a reading about an old grandfather. They practice the subject through grammar spot and some exercises in the book
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