Search Results for: going to

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New Year's resolutions, future plans with be going to

Elementary, a1 level

In this lesson, students learn to talk about future plans with be going to in the context of New Year's resolutions. The lessons starts with some pictures of resolutions and students guess which resolution resolution each picture is depicting. Students check their answers with a list of resolutions and then make sentences. A focus on form sections provides more example sentences which are mixed up. Students write the sentences in a box and then work out the rules for using be going to. The ne...

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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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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...

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Tourism, "be going to" and "will"

Pre-intermediate, a2 level

In this lesson, students focus on future plans by using "be going to" and "will". First the students get engaged by answering questions about the listening that they study in previous parts. They focus on the form and meainging of the tense. Then a semi-controlled activity takes place. Students answer the problems as a hotel manager. Finally, a controlled written/spoken activity takes place and students are given a dialogue. They fill in the gaps in the dialogue with "wil"l and "be going to".

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Ibrahim Yurttas, TP, 2

Beginner, a1 level

In this lesson, the students are going to learn new words in terms of kinds of shops, such as, kiosk, shoe shop, bookshop, etc. After being introduced to these kinds of shops, the students are going to learn which things they can buy from different shops (especially things they can buy from a kiosk). Then, the students are going to listen to two different audios for a number of times for different purposes (gist listening and listening for details). Finally, the students are going to be provi...

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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...

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"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...

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Abouzar- 15/04/2016

Beginners a1 level

In this lesson the students are going to learn how to talk about the future using “be going to” through a guided discovery based on a listening audio about life changes in the future. This is followed by reading and listening about two women who are going to talk about their future plan. Finally there is some controlled practice through sentences reformulation and free practice via final role-play speaking activity.

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QUESTION TAG

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...

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Modal verb

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will be able to better understand the grammar usage of the modal verb ‘going to’. We will discuss the positive and negative form of this modal verb. I will also highlight some more examples using the personal pronouns (1st sing, 2nd, 3rd plural) for students to get a clearer picture of the verb. The lesson will start with the follow up of the dialogue which will be presented by my colleague in the previous lesson. Students will discuss some sentences using 'going to'...
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