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Past Simple (Was-Were) Lesson

Beginner level


Lesson: The Power of Nature

Intermediate level

Students will begin with an introduction to vocabulary related to natural events. They will match words to their corresponding images. They will discuss whether any of these events occur in their country. They will then listen to an audio of two people talking about their experience during two different natural events and respond to questions. Then we will move onto grammar, specifically, narrative verb forms. They will use marker sentences from the audio to identify the use and tense of spec...



Elementary level

In this lesson, students will learn <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense irregular verbs in the context of celebrations. Students will realize regular and irregular verbs through guided discovery and then practice the irregular verbs with controlled and semi-controlled (game) tasks. At the end of the lesson, the students will produce the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense using regular/irregular verbs.


Teaching Practice 5

Beginner- a1 level

In this lesson, Teacher will start with a quick review of time.After that, students learn about <b>simple</b> present tense with the verbs we use in our daily routines. Teacher will mime the daily routine verbs and try to help them making sentences with <b>simple</b> present tense. Then, they will practice the verbs and the tense with the following exercises.


TP #: 3 | Dynamic & Stative Verbs

B1 (pre-intermediate) level

In this lesson, students will review the fact that some verbs can be in the progressive (dynamic), and some verbs can't (stative). First, I will review action (dynamic) vs. stative verbs by eliciting from the class & writing on the WB. Then, I will link to the previous lesson by eliciting information about the people who were interviewed at the protest. Next I will have them work in groups to review extracts from the interview and identify verb type (dynamic) and tense (present progressive). ...


Verb "have" in the present simple tense.

Beginners level

In this lesson, sts will discuss and practice the use of the verb have in the present <b>simple</b> tense through the use of different technology vocabs. Students will have 2 listening tasks about the verb have, do a matching activity, and will complete a technology and you survey.


Famous People

Elementary level

In this lesson, students will learn and practise the <b>past</b> tense of the verb be, was / were. Students will listen a quiz and then answer the questions. The TL is presented through a text. Following this, students will work through inductive analysis of meaning and form of the <b>past</b> tense of the verb be. Next, students will practise the pronunciation of the TL. The sub-aim of the lesson is to practise the TL in relation to the topic by the productive skill of speaking


Past simple irregular verbs

Beginner level

In this lesson SS learn <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> of irregular verbs (saw, went, bought, paid, ate, drank, met, had, came, slept) to make statements in the context of last holiday (weekend). Following the exposure of context and teaching the verbs, SS do controlled and semi-controlled practice. Finally, they practice a short speaking skill, making some <b>past</b> sentences with the verb tags.



Elementary level


Past simple tense lesson

Beginners' level

In this lesson, students learn the rule to convert the main verb to regular <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> verbs and practice irregular verbs. Students will start off with a warmer talking about what they did yesterday, then they would skim a text to find the <b>past</b> tense of a given verbs (reg/irreg) then they will read a short story and fill the blanks using verbs in the <b>past</b> tense. They will also listen to the audio to learn the verb syllables in the <b>past</b> form. At the end, the...
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