Search Results for: going to

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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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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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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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Making decisions about going on a diet.

Intermediate level

In this lesson students will listen to a conversation about going on a diet. The main aim is listening in this 45 minutes lesson. Before the listening, students will talk about their eating habits and they are going to answer to some questions and have a discussion. Next step is listening for gist and scan. Finally, they are going to listen and put the sentences in order, to focus on meaning and listening comprehension. Lastly, they are going to talk about themselves in a group about how i...

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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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TP 8

Beginners level

In this lesson, the students are exposed to the use of “going to”. They will learn affirmative, negative and finally questions forms within the context of (near) future plans. Firstly they are familiarised with the context within the conversation that T will be doing during the warm up. And then they will be exposed to the target language with a small listening activity( filling the gaps and T/F) and then they are going to underline the TL(underlining "going to") in each sentence that they ...

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Dates to Remember, Time Expressions

Elementary level

In this lesson, based on my main aim (grammar) students are going to learn and practice prepositions and -wh questions with the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> tense. Initially, they are going to see a power point which is about a day of mine in Venice and hear some time expressions and prepositions along with the pictures. After that, they are going to learn how and when to use time expressions supported with a short reading text named "my sister" and matching activities about the time expressions...

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TP6

Elementary level

In this lesson, students are going to practice question words and sentence stress in questions in the context of meeting a new friend online.They are going to start the lesson with question words and move on to the exercise where they are going to use the questions to make questions in a controlled practice activity. They are going to finish the lesson with a speaking activity where they are going to ask questions and react to each other.

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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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Reading

Elementary level

In this lesson, students are going to learn about The London Eye. The lesson starts with some pictures of similar places including a picture of The London Eye. Students are going to practice reading skills in this lesson. They are going to read for specific information. They are going to find the meaning of some words. At the end of the lesson, they are going to design a guidebook for a famous place which is similar to The London Eye.
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