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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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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Teaching practice 7

Elementary level

The students will start the lesson with a warmer. The warmer will be a board rush during which both teams will have to write all the adjectives they know. After the board rush, the students are going to discuss in pairs about the four people of the four pictures. The adjectives written on the board will serve as scaffolding for the students during this short speaking activity. After the lead-in, I am not going to provide feedback and not tell the students who these people are. Instead of te...

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present simple vs. present progressive

A1 level

In this lesson, The ss learn the difference between the <b>simple</b> present and present progressive tenses. The teacher designs the lesson according to PPP method in which he is going to present the language first and then practice by doing some pair and group work and lastly,the ss are going to do some productive activities with some controlled and less controlled practices.

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Teaching Practice 1b

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson students will practice the use of impersonal passives( distancing ). They are going to talk about magical places they have been to or know of. The new vocabulary on that topic will be provided.They will work in pairs. After that they are going to practice writing skills, They will plan and write a text about a place with magical powers using new grammar and vocabulary. They are going to swap paper for peer error correction.I'm going to put their writing on the walls and after ...

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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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Collocations - work+for/in, Live+in/with/alone, go+on/by

A1 - beginners level

In this lessons the Ss will learn how to use the collocations "work for", "work in", "live in", "live with", "go to work/school by", "go to work/school on foot". Ss will develop their productive skills with pair work and mingling activities.

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nationalities vocabulary, To be-negative forms

A1 level

In this lesson, students are going to learn nationalities vocabulary and focus on them by doing a receptive skill (listening). They are also going to learn negative forms of To be verbs. This is going to be done by modeling examples and building on what they already know. More productive practice is going to be considered by doing some matching exercises and possibly speaking time.

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TP 8

Elementary, a2 level

In this lesson the students listens to seven short tracks. Firstly; they listen for gist. During the first listening they see pictures of the speakers. After the first listening the teacher asks them; ‘’How many people are speaking? Where are they going? Are they there now? What are they there? Why are they going there? There are some words that students need to learn before listening. The teacher elicits the vocabulary by the help of visuals. If students can’t answer, the teacher explains....

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No More Exam!(going to yes/no questions)

A2 level

This lesson continues with the same context as the previous lesson about future plan with 'going to', though the lesson becomes more personalized at the end. It extends work on the grammar covered in the last two lesson and provides controlled and freer practice. The listening provides source for the grammar focus.
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