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Present Simple Tense (+)

Elementary level

In this lesson, students learn about the present <b>simple</b> (+) in the context of personal information. The lesson starts with a controlled practice about their profiles that was written in the previous lesson. The aim is to elicit the present <b>simple</b> from this. This is followed by an exercise where students have to match correct nouns to correct verbs. Finally they work in small groups and practice more about verb-noun collocations.


Assessed TP 1

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson students will be focussing on grammar. They will be practising the present continuous and the future (form of the verb 'be' + going to + the infinitive of the verb). Students will firstly complete an exercise which involves rearranging words which are in the wrong order into interrogatives. Then they will be asking each other those questions in pairs. This is then followed by an exercise in which they imagine they are the mayor and can change things about their town to make it ...


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.


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.


Grammar Past Perfect Lesson

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students will learn about "<b>past</b> perfect tense" through guided discovery. Students will practice '<b>past</b> perfect' and '<b>past</b> <b>simple</b>.' The lesson starts with an anecdote to create the context. Then it is followed by an activity to elicit the meaning and form of the target language. Pronunciation is focused on and then it is followed a matching activity and a gap-fill activity. At the end of the lesson, students practice speaking with some colourful card...


Listening Past Simple Lesson

A2 elelmentary level

In this lesson students will have the opportunity to develop their receptive skills by listening for gist and specific information. They will be listening to a relatively complicated text three times, initially for the gist and the following two for the information they need to extract from the text. This will be followed by an exercise of writing the missing letters to make the present and <b>past</b> forms of the verbs. Finally, they will have the opportunity for a semi controlled speaki...



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 ...


Ahmad sharifi, Past simple (Regular, Irregular affirmative sentences)

Beginner level

In this lesson, Ss learn about <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> (regular and irregular) through a guided discovery approach. After the context has been set, Ss will read a text about an amazing and extraordinary journey that two friends had. Ss will be guided through the text to explore and discover the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense. Having learned about the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, they will have a controlled, semi controlled, and free practice to apply what they've learned.
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