Search Results for: going to

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Asking & Answering Questions (TP1)

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about open-ended and close-ended questions through receptive and productive skills. The lesson starts with a lead-in through a <b>simple</b> discussion about meeting new people. In addition to this lead-in, students also are going to answer a matching activity and then produce some questions based on that activity. This is followed by an exposure to the content focus through a listening activity. As for the highlighting part, students are going to rearrange som...

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going out

Starter a1 level

In this lesson students learn about making arrangements to go out with friends. The lesson starts with a short conversation about whether they are free this evening and then they listen to a recording in which 5 people make short conversations to go out with their friends. After listening for gist and details finally students mingle and make arrangements to go out in the evening with at least one classmate

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Verbs (have/ go/ live/ like) and the possessive s

Elementary level

Learners are going to learn how to use the verbs (have, go, live, and like) to talk about themselves. They will use 'have' to talk about possessiveness, 'go' to talk about visiting places, 'live' to talk about where they stay, and 'like' to talk about what they like. Learners also are going to learn how to use the possessive s in case of having a singular or a plural owner.

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The difference between 'will' and 'going to'

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn the difference between 'will' and 'going to' through semi-controlled and controlled written/spoken practices. The lesson starts with getting sts to remind what happened in the previous listening by asking questions. This is followed by a powerpoint presentation which includes an example dialogue enabling sts to elicit the difference in meaning between 'will' and 'going to'. Pronunciation study is done afterwards. Then semi-controlled exercises are given to get s...

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7 - Places to go out

Beginners level

In this lesson, the students will review week days and learn places to go out. They are supposed to read (skim) the text about going out in London. Then the students will watch the video about planning the date in order to develop listening for gist and specific information. This will be followed by developing productive skills (speaking) in the way of inviting each other to go out.

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Assessed TP 5

Beginner level

In this lesson, students learn about how to say years and practise using <b>past</b> form of ‘to be’ through a text on teacher’s childhood. The lesson starts with a listening on saying years and it is followed by a ppt which includes some famous people and when they were born so sts are going to learn and practise how to say when they or other people were born. After that, sts are going to be shown a text about teacher’s childhood and they are going to be asked to write a text similiar to th...

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Ask The Experts, Question Tags

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students are going to learn "question tags" through guided discovery (mostly). While first 5 minutes of the lesson could be considered as test teach test approach, students will practice "question tags" based on the information they remember from the previous lesson. Later on, guided discovery process is going to take place as the students are going the read the rules of the grammar and decide how the form is used. Then, the teacher is going to emphasize the importance of int...

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Abouzar- 15/04/2016

Beginners a1 level

In this lesson the students are going to learn how to talk about the future using “be going to” through a guided discovery based on a listening audio about life changes in the future. This is followed by reading and listening about two women who are going to talk about their future plan. Finally there is some controlled practice through sentences reformulation and free practice via final role-play speaking activity.

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be going to lsson

Intermediate level

Students should pay attention to the examples I give at the beginning of the lesson to understand the structure of the new grammar and use this grammar in their speech.

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Assessed TP8 - Plans for learning English! - be (not) going to

Beginners, a1 level

In this lesson, students review the positive form of "be going to" and learn about the negative form through the context of their plans for the time when their course has finished and they practise skimming and scanning a reading text about the "do's and dont's" of learning English. The lesson starts with a discussion about what the learners might want to do after the course. Then TL is elicited using a board drawing of a person thinking about his plans of things he's going to do and things h...
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