Search Results for: going to

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Suggestions

Beginner level

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Nihan Kywall.17 March 2018.Upper intermediate

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson students are going to start with a true news story. As a lead in activity I will show La Guardia Aırtport's picture and ask questions about it. Then the learners are going to listen the story. After listening the story students are going to put the story in the correct order. Then the learners will watch the video. After that they will retell the story. The learners will discuss some questions with their friends. After this activity they are going to do pronunciation with their...

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TP 4b

Intermediate level

In this lesson, SS are going to learn and practice new vocabulary (you're looking well,you haven't changed a bit, you were going to, that didn't work out, the last time I saw you, did you ever, I remember you..) in the context of catching up. SS will be shown pictures to set lesson context and will be given questions from ex.1to discuss in order to create ss interest for listening. They will do listening for main idea and for details and practice fluency speaking in the context of catching up.

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Free time lesson

Intermediate, face2face, page 8 level

In this lesson,students learn about vowels with using them in some activities. Then students learn for which activities we can use do, play, go, go to. After that students learn about using (Do you ever....) in their sentences. Then they can learn about free time activities in Britain and at the end they can write about their own free time activities.

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Speaking Lesson

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students are going to be introduced to some adverbs (Definitely, probably, likely and unlikely) used to talk about the future, especially when making predictions. They are going to practice these words through the exercise 2e. Then, they will be given an exercise in which they are going to choose the correct tense between the future perfect or the future continuous. Finally, they will have an oral activity in which they are going to discuss and talk about some future predicti...

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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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Listening - Going Out

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson students will do two listening activities based on a recording about "going out". The first activity will be listening for gist and in the second one students will listen for specific information. As a post-listening activity students will discuss in small groups about asking someone out to practice speaking for fluency.

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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.

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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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TP2 / Teaching Grammar (Future will vs going to)

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, Ss are going to be presented with new grammar "wil" contrasted with "going to" and learn the meaning of these structures through the context of the previous lesson. Ss will predict the difference in the usage of these structures and then practice the form and pronunciation. They will follow this activity with speaking and develop their writing skills related to the topic of the lesson.
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