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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....



Intermediate level

This is a reading lesson . It is a receptive one in which Sts read about three different activities people practice them in their free time: going for pizza, going dancing and going for Karaoke. Ss are going to end the lesson by a speaking activity about their popular local activities, favourite food and the effect of international influence on their country.


FUTURE TENSE (be going to)

Elementary level

In this lesson,students will learn about future tense (be going to) through the context of ONE WORLD.The Ss will talk about the future plan and things people plan to do in the future .At the end of this lesson students will learn how to form and when to use future Tense (be going to). They will be able to talk about plans they have for the future and also, students will learn important English vocabulary through the reading part.


TP: 7b Life Changes . Grammar / be going to

Beginner, a1 level

In this lesson, students learn about 'be going to' for future arrangements, plans through guided discovery based on some pictures. The lesson will start with a discussion about our future plans. This is followed by presentation, meaning, pronunciation and form. Finally, there is some controlled practice through sentence reformulation and practice via a final 'what are my plans?' speaking activity.


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...


Writing an email - Inviting someone to go out

Beginners level

In this lesson students will write an email. As they are beginners, they will write the email in pair. Together, they will invite another pair to go out with them. The students will first do controlled practice, a fill the gap exercise, where they have to select the right word from the box. After checking and correcting, clarifying the essential vocabulary, they will have to write an email to invite/accept/decline another pair to go out with them. I have chosen to do the controlled practice...


Ahmed Nouri TP 8

Elementry level

In his lesson, the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> of regular verbs in affirmative, negative and question forms, will be presented to the Ss through a dialogue text in the context of going on holiday. This is followed by controlled practice through putting the verbs in <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> in (EX1,page 57), and then a semi-controlled activity where the Ss make questions form of the regular verbs in (EX3). Finally a freer practice of speaking skills by making questions in the <b>past</b> <b>sim...


TP7 - Grammar (Future Tense)

Upper intermediate, b2 level

In this lesson students will review and practice grammar of the tense forms going to, will, present continuous and present <b>simple</b> in the context of making plans and decisions in the future. The lesson will use the discovery approach to teaching grammar and the topic is about making plans to go see a football match. Students will distinguish between different forms of the future tense and their use and they will practice through speaking tasks.


Tourism- "be going to" and Present Continuous Lesson

Pre- intermediate level

In this lesson, students focus on future plans by using "be going to" and "Present Continuous". First, the students get engaged by answering the questions about the paragraph that they study in previous parts. With this paragraph, they focus on the form and meaning of target tense. Then a couple of controlled- practice activities take place through rearranging questions and answering them. Finally, the students talk on an imaginary situation by using the target tense.


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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