Search Results for: going to


Child Prodigies

Elementary level

In this lesson; the students are going to learn about child prodigies on page 41. I am going to do the listening. After listening the students are going to learn the pre-teach blocking vocabulary that I am going to give. Finally they are going to learn the grammar which includes `could` with its <b>past</b> form.


"What's the plan, Stan?"

Pre-intermediate (b1) level

In this lesson students will practice new grammar: using "going to" and the present continuous for future arrangements. As a subskill, students will practice speaking for fluency in the context of plans. After a brief lead-in, stdents will search the text from the previous lesson for examples of plans. I will then walk students through the meaning of these phrases. Next, students will be presented parts of a sentence. They will organize it into a plan using both "going to" and the presen...



Intermediate level

In this lesson, the learners are going to learn "question tags" through guided discovery (mostly). Although first 5 minutes of the lesson students will practice "question tags" based on the information they remember from the previous lesson,guided discovery will be implemented during the class.After they get some knowledge about what they will learn,they will find a similarity between the first sentence implemented in lead in and the sentences they listened and filled in the blanks. Later on...


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...


No more exams!

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about ‘’No more exam’’ related vocabulary. First, ask Ss to work on their own and make notes on the future plans of their family and friends. Put the Ss into groups. Ss take turns telling their parents about the future plans of their family and friends. This activity reviews future plans with be going to. Give Ss a few moments to think of three things they are going to do tomorrow evening and three things they aren’t going to do. Ss do the activity in pairs. Ask...


Ismail Noaman TP#2

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, I'm going to review the use of (going to) for future intentions. I will start the lesson by a memory activity to try and remember the plans of the person in the previous lesson. Then I'm going to ask some CCQs to the students to explain meaning. Then molding some examples and writing them on the board and checking the students answers in the FB. This is followed by a semi-controlled activity to practice the language in context. Then at the end there's a group work activity for...



Elementary level

In this lesson, students are going to practice question words and sentence stress in questions in the context of meeting a new friend online.They are going to start the lesson with question words and move on to the exercise where they are going to use the questions to make questions in a controlled practice activity. They are going to finish the lesson with a speaking activity where they are going to ask questions and react to each other.


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...


Ibrahim Yurttas, TP, 3

Beginner, a1 level

In this lesson, the students are going to learn about present <b>simple</b> tense in the context of daily routines. To this end, the students are going to be introduced to daily routines (wake up, get up, have a shower, have a breakfast, go to work, etc.). The students are going to learn the two different spellings of third singular person ending -s in the present <b>simple</b> tense: -s and -es. The students are going to learn the three different pronunciation of third singular person ...


Collocations have, go & get Lesson

A+1 (elementary). level

In this lesson, students learn collocations with the verbs have, go and get. First they look at common collocations with these three words that are often used in describing daily routines. Then,There we will be a focus on the difference between very similar sounding collocations. Afterwards the students listen to and practice pronunciation. Finally, the students will practice speaking activities using have, go, and get.
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