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TP - 8 Great India

Beginner level

In this lesson, the sts will learn about the auxiliary verb "did" to make questions in the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> in the context of holiday in India. The sts will practice Yes/No questions and Wh- questions. T will show photos and elicit the questions in the <b>past</b> from the sts. In the speaking stage , The sts will interview about their last holiday and T will finish the lesson by giving error correction.


TP 1

Upper-intermediate level

This material rounds off the lesson. The students already know the verb forms and some of the time phrases, so this lesson aims to extend this. It also gives them the opportunity to practice the verb forms in a personalized way that maintains the overall context of the lesson.


The truth about air travel

Upper-intermediate level

In this lesson , students will practice and review narrative tenses through a context related to air travel and airplanes . The lesson will start with a text from which students will extract the TL and see how it is used before they do a controlled practice exercise.Then , students will have pronunciation practice focused on the <b>past</b> participles of verbs and students will get to see different phonetic symbols in this pronunciation exercise.


Teacher Practice 2

Elementary level

In this lesson the students will learn affirmative form of <b>simple</b> present. The lesson starts with a WC quick warmer. T follow this up with a pre teaching grammar activity in which she presents the meaning of verb. Later grammar teaching comes. Ss will study V1 and Vs in pairs with the help of Teacher's Vs demonstration. Pronounciation of different verbs with -s will come after grammar teaching and spoken practice will be the follow up activity and here they will practice how to use V...


Teaching Practice 6b - Past Simple Time Expressions

Elementary level

This lesson will build upon the Ss' knowledge of the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> verb aspect, introducing them to the functional language of time expressions that are commonly used with the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>.


Simple past tense for negative,affirmative and interrogative sentences

Pre-intermediate level

The lesson starts with identfying students abour their knowledge about school life.After that,they will do listening activity which will be followed with the matching exercise.Ss will be asked to analyse the verb forms with a guided-discovery approach .It will continue with the grammar part where they will write the <b>past</b> forms of the verbs and play a game about <b>past</b> forms of the verbs.After,they will complete the dialogue.


Introducing Family Members

Linc 0/1 level

In this lesson students will learn the names of the different members of their families and introduce them to others.


School memories - Past Simple Tense

Pre-int level

In this lesson , students learn about the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense through guided discovery based on a listening text about school days. The lesson starts by playing a listening track and eliciting that the people were talking about their school days using the <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b>, this is followed by a guided discovery approach through reading the tape script of the listening tasks and asking students to analyse the TL forms by themselves. Finally there's a controlled practice ...


Daily Routines (2)

A1 level

In this lesson SS will practice what they learned in the previous slot orally. The main context is about time and daily routine language. SS will practice "does he/she" questions and correct prepositions in PW. They will practice the same questions with new verbs and vocabulary with new pairs. In this session SS are going to practice grammar through speaking and writing exercises.



Beginner level

T will show some visuals and try to elicit as much info as possible from the sts regarding the present cont. tense. Sentences uttered by the sts will be written on the board to create a scaffold for the next stage which is language focus. Through sts' own sentences (in present cont.) T will highlight the MFP. As there are no "I" and "You" pronouns related to the visuals T will elicit sentences with these pronouns as well. Via the sentences on the board T will highlight the negative form with ...
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