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Getting together

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about how do people get together using new ways, through a guided discovery based on a reading task. The lesson starts with a warmer to set a context (of getting together) via the use of some pictures. This is followed by an activity where students should discuses some questions related to the topic. Later there will be a skim reading activity, followed by a short speaking one.Match the definitions will be placed also in order to prepare the students for the nex...

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Teaching Practise 8

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson students will review most of the tenses they have covered during the course. Then they will follow this up with a short speaking activity. Actually, this lesson will be planned according to the students' understanding of the previous grammar lessons. I will prepare extra activities in case students could remember and do the exercise very well and quickly.

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Listening and Speaking

Advanced level

This lesson focuses on listening and speaking. The listening is about globalization, what people think about it and each speaker refers to an aspect of day to day life to express his/her views on the topic. In the pre-listening activity I will ask them questions related to how globalization and English language are related, if they are. Then, students will listen to an interview with a linguist about the English language and globalization. While listening, they will do some exercises. The pur...

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How are we different?

A1 beginner level

In this lesson, Ss will learn some new basic adjectives, and will use them to describe similarities and differences with people they know, and other Ss. We will first do a mingle to review adjectives the have already learned in other lessons, then during the clarification stage the T will elicit the meaning of the new vocabulary through visuals. For controlled practice, Ss will play adjective Bingo to revise old vocabulary and test their knowledge of the new by choosing the correct antonym. T...

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Teaching Practice 4 (TP4)

Beginner level

In this lesson, we are going to learn and practice use of possessive forms in positive statements, negative ones, and in questions. We will also be talking about possessions (objects) and getting the class prepared to move into lessons concerning possessions in prepositional phrases

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The Anglo - Business Suite 1 - Saturday 13 February 2021 - 9:45-11:30am - Lesson 4b

Intermediate level

In this lesson students continue working on the theme of exchanging contact details, working on vocabulary and speaking exercises to prepare for the Unit 2 speaking test.

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Speaking

Uper-intermediate level

In this lesson, students develop their speaking skills in the context of writing a letter to their younger selves. The lesson starts with a discussion about if it is a good idea to give advice to your younger self. This is followed by content and language preparation. Finally there is a speaking task in pairs and in group and error correction.

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Superlatives A Wedding Ceremony

Pre-intermediate b1 level

In this lesson, students practise superlative adjectives through a context.. The lesson starts with a wedding ceremony context told by teacher using PPT for focusing on the grammar point.This is followed by controlled,semi-controlled activities.Finally,there is some freer practice for accuracy and fluency via some some cards prepared by the T .

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2b Lives and Legends

Intermediate level

Topic: Lives and Legends In the second teaching lesson students will cover their skills in terms of speaking and listening. As a pre reading task they will learn some key words related to required vocabulary for the lesson in order to assist them to be able to read and listen to the provided text successfully and provide their answers for class discussion to practice their speaking skills.

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Teaching Practice 8

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students practice fluency speaking in the context of a job interview. This lesson starts with a lead-in to set the context and then exposure to the target language through a questions/answers matching exercise. This is followed by highlighting and clarifying of the vocabulary and language used in job interviews to prepare students for the freer practice activity. Finally there is a role play exercise in which students practice speaking for fluency.
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