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Adverbs of Frequency and Time Expressions

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, ss practice adverbs of frequency and time expressions through reading, listening and speaking. The lesson starts with my personal story about “The Six Degrees of Separation Theory” to warm-up ss for the listening part. In pairs, ss will try to guess the connection between the names written on the WB. Then, the correct connections will be told. In the first stage, ss will listen for gist. They will draw links between the people who are connected. In the second stage, ss wi...


Grammar lesson

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students are going to be introduced to grammar, specifically, to the difference between the <b>past</b> perfect <b>simple</b> and continuous through a text then some examples. After that, they are going to do some pronunciation practices focusing on irregular verb forms.


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.


4.07 Future Continuous and Future perfect

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students will speak about possible future farming, explore some verbs and nouns related to future farming. They will listen to the text “Growing up” and find out what skyscraper farms are. Then they will read the text (2nd reading) and do a gap filling exercise ( the missing sentences). Afterwards they will listen to two sentences from the text which contain two future tenses.



A2 b1 pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, types of adverbs will be examined. The focus of the lesson is adverbial vocabulary. In the beginning, a short story will be read and the students will decide a title for it. Following the story sets of questions will be answered from the Ss text book relating to the focus point understanding adverbs. Finally, Ss will write their own short story about a personal account of a stressful or difficult situation they had experienced before, using adverbs, and <b>past</b> simple/past...


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.


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.


Past Simple & present simple perfect tense

B1 intermediate level

This material rounds off the lesson. In this lesson, students learn about the difference between <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and present perfect through guided discovery based on a reading text about Narina Klein's travel weblog. The main aim of the lesson will be grammar where students will be taught via MFP. The sub-aim of the lesson is for the students to be able to speak for fluency using the present perfect tense to answer some questions based on an exercise from the book 'face2face Interm...


Teaching Practice 1

Upper-intermediate, b2 level

In this lesson, students will continue with the context set in the previous lessons. They will practice the time phrases with a semi-controlled practice in a personalised way. Then they will practice the verb forms with a controlled practice. In the final part of the lesson, they will be provided a free speaking practice in which they will be able to exchange their ideas in pairs.



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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