Search Results for: going to

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Looking Good, Appearance

Elementary level

In this lesson students will practice their listening skills in the context of describing film start. Initially, they are going to be asked to talk about their favorite actor/actress and movie as a lead in. Later on, teacher is going to pre-teach some vocabulary related to the listening audio tracks. Next, students are going to talk about some film stars and their appearances using the words they will have learned. In the listening part, they are going to listen for gist to get the main idea ...

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What's on? - Reading Lesson (TP6)

Beginner - a1 level

In this lesson, the students will prepare to read a text about things to do when going out in the form of a 'What's on?' section of a magazine/newspaper. In order to prepare, they will discuss some possible activities/places, how often they go to those places, and things/people they've seen in those places. While reading, they will scan for specific information and then answer detailed questions. After reading, they will rank the activities/places from most fun to least fun (1 to 9) as a group.

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Listening

Intermediate level

In this lesson, the students are going to practice their listening in the context of a compromise ( fare solution, a solution all agrees with ).First, i am going to brainstorm about the topic with a short story of mine as warmer, Then I am going to listen one and discuss. Then I going to more specific listening while the Ss are listening. Finally, i am going to ask them questions to speak about.

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Reading

Elementary level

In this lesson, students are going to learn about The London Eye. The lesson starts with some pictures of similar places including a picture of The London Eye. Students are going to practice reading skills in this lesson. They are going to read for specific information. They are going to find the meaning of some words. At the end of the lesson, they are going to design a guidebook for a famous place which is similar to The London Eye.

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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.

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Teaching practice 3b

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson the students are going to practice the productive skills (speaking). The vocabulary needed for the reading part will be provided. The students are going to read 4 quotations about names and the importance of names in people's life. After that the students are going to match each quotation with the question it answers. The students are going to work in pairs and discuss their answers. After that the students will be divided into 3 groups and each group will discuss different que...

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"Going To Question Forms and Shoet Answers" Lesson

Beginner level

In this lesson, the students will practice the wh- and yes/no question forms and short answers of "going to". They will be introduced to question forms and shorts answers through a listening task. They will do a gist listening and listening for specific information task. Then, they will do a guided discovery exercise to clarify the meaning and form. After this, they will do a controlled speaking practice to improve their accuracy of question forms and short answers.

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Plans and Predictions :"be going to"

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students will learn and practice the future form "be going to" for plans and predictions in the context of three traveler's interviews about their travels at the airport through a listening activity. In the beginning of the lesson during the Lead-In stage through personalizing, the students will plan a party using "will" and "be going to" to be enabled to see the difference in both tenses' meanings.The lesson will continue through the listening activities, then working on the ...

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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...

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be going to lsson

Intermediate level

Students should pay attention to the examples I give at the beginning of the lesson to understand the structure of the new grammar and use this grammar in their speech.
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