Search Results for: going to

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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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Adverbs of manner

Elemenetary level

In this lesson, ss are going to learn about the adverbs of manners. Ss will review (can/can't) through the warm-up and the first exercise. The adverbs are going to be presented through TTT lesson. Ss are going to answer a task about adverbs. Then, clarification stage will be presented through CCQs about the meaning and the form of these adverbs. Then, ss are going to answer the second task.

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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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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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Nihan Kywall. Plans and Dreams.

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about 'going to' through guided listening about passengers plans and dreams at the airport. The lesson starts with a warm up activity. Before we do the listening activity learners will focus on the words that they might not know. The students are going to find out about the words with the correct definitions. Then the teacher will introduce them the meaning and form of going to. Then students will practice the new grammar with some exercises. Finally the student...

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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.

32.

This/that,these/those

Elementary level

In this lesson students are going to learn how to use "this/that" and "these/those" and they are also going to learn some names of the objects in daily life..

33.

TP 4

B2 level

This lesson is focused on listening skills. I am going to have some reviewing and examples about the word ‘obsession’ which they’ve been working on it during their <b>past</b> classes and works on speaking skills, and then I will work on some new vocabularies in the context of listening. This will lead them into the meaning, form, pronunciation of the new words and usage of them in daily speaking. In the end I’m going to have more free practice on the topic in the context of speaking.

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TP# 8

Intermediate level

In this lesson, ss are going to learn some new vocabulary related to food, cities and people. At the beginning, they are going to discuss adjectives in by watching a video and describe many things. During the lesson, ss are going to practice the new vocabulary throughout many tasks, such as, listening to a conversation using adjectives. At the end, ss are going to listen to a recording talking about healthy food and junk food and then ss will have the chance to debate about this topic.

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Ibrahim Yurttas, TP, 1

Beginner, a1 level

In this lesson, the students are going to learn how to introduce themselves in terms of information with regards to where live and work. To this end, the students are going to read short paragraphs and listen to short introductions where people introduce themselves briefly by indicating where they live and work. Meanwhile, they are going to review and practice language form (the third person singular -s). Lastly, the students are going to work on distinguishing between voiced (lives) and unvo...
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