Search Results for: going to

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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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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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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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The world's most amazing hotels

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, sts are going to read about two unusual hotels in the world. The lesson starts with a matching activity in which sts are going to match the words with their definitions.Next, the teacher is going to divide the class into two groups. Each group is going to read about one hotel and answer the questions. Then, students are going to pair up with someone from the other group, ask the questions in ex 3 to find out about his/her partner's hotel. If time allows, sts are going to compa...

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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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Future plan "going to be" and present continuous. TP4

Pre -internediate level

In this lesson, T will be elicit future plan "going to" and present continuous. .T will show SS some NGO's (Non Governmental Organisation's) photos to set the context. Then T will elicit future plan " going to" and present continuous .T will give SS the meaning, form future plan “going to” and present continuous. Then T will pronounce "gonna" . SS will practice about it. T will give SS a reading text . SS will guess, what photo is , what she is doing, what is inside of the bo...

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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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Going to for future plans

Elementary level

In this lesson, Students will be introduced to the form of "going to" for future plans. Students will listen to a dialogue and try to find out what is the focus of the lesson of today.Then, they will have two controlled practices in which they should complete some sentences with the positive and the negative form of "be going to". Next, students will practice making sentences for future plans using some specific verbs. Afterwards, Ss will complete an exercise which involves rearranging words ...

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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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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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