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TP 1 Jobs and the verb 'to be'

Beginner level

In this lesson the students will practice the functional language of asking and answering about jobs and focus on forms/use of the verb 'to be' in present tense. They will review the previous lesson's vocabulary and practice using functional language by asking each other about jobs. They will complete a hand out exercise on use/form of the verb 'to be'.They will also do a mingling activity where they ask each other about jobs using flashcards with pictures of people from different professions.


shrouk shabara

Intermediate level

in this lesson, students learn more about the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, continuous and perfect tenses through the context of cheating. They already know the three tenses, but they will know more about the slight differences between them through seeing their uses at the same time and differentiating between them. the class will start with a slight general talk between me and the students so that I can break the ice. After that, i will let them watch a two-minute video which represents a footb...



Pre- int level

Last session, negative, affirmative, and interrogative <b>past</b> tense was introduced and practiced. In this lesson ed endings in the <b>past</b> tense form of regular verbs is going to be introduced and practiced. The Ss are also going to practice speaking about events in the <b>past</b> in relation to their schooling. Next session, they are going to learn some vocabulary related to schooling and practice the new words through a reading exercise.



Intermediate b2 level

In this lesson students will get to practice <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and <b>past</b> continuous verbs and deepen their knowledge of these two tenses by understanding when speakers of English use these tenses. The lesson will start with pair work activity where Ss get to decide when we use each tense while referring to 2 sentences written on the board stressing meaning. After eliciting from Ss the correct uses of the tenses, we'll move to timeline display of their use, as well as affirmative...


Irregular Verbs

Beginner level

In this lesson, students will learn about irregular verbs. The lesson starts with a photo of a man (teacher's relative) and a story about him which was told in <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense. This is followed by an exercise that students try to find the verbs in the story which it was told in the beginning of the lesson. After the language clarification, students match the present and the <b>past</b> forms of some verbs.Finally there will be some controlled practice (gap-fill) and freer pra...



A2 level

In this lesson, students will learn regular and irregular verbs in <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense through guided discovery based on a reading text about the inventor of World Wide Web (www). The lesson will start with reading for gist and specific information where students will find the marker sentences for guided discovery. This will be followed by clarification of the language and controlled practice. Finally, students will be able to practice target language through some freer practice


TP 7 Hollywood Remakes.

Beginner level

In this lesson, the sts will be provided reading practice of the Hollywood remakes. T will clarify the meaning, form and pronunciation of the TL. (The <b>past</b> tense of to be is was/were.) The sts will practice how to say years. T will read a story about herself. T will ask the sts to write this kind of story about their partners.They will check the stories by asking questions if the story is correct or not about their partners.


Present Simple S Es Ies

Beginner a1 level

In this lesson Ss will have the opportunity to Learns about how to use the present <b>simple</b> tense and how to conjugate verbs in this tense. We use the present <b>simple</b> to describe what you (or others) do every day.


Teaching Practice 8a - FILM AND TELEVISION

Beginner level

In this lesson, students will learn how to use the 'be' verb in the <b>past</b> tense to describe their <b>past</b> experiences with film and television (and how they may differ from their current experiences). They will be able to comment on popular TV programmes and movies from the <b>past</b>.


Where do you live/work ?

Beginner 1 level

In this lesson, students will learn and practise new vocabularies about the places they work and live in. They will listen to recordings about different places and job titles, talk about where they live and what are their jobs? and practise listening and speaking skills.Then, students will be introduced to the form of regular verb present tense and practise how to write a <b>simple</b> sentence.
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