Search Results for: past continuous

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Past simple and past continuous

Intermediate level

In this lesson I will be practicing grammar "<b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and <b>past</b> continuous" in the context of <b>past</b> actions. I will use interesting materials in the various books of intermediate, such as English Result, Grammar in use, Teaching English grammar. The lesson ends with a free practice which is related to the context. I hope the learners will enjoy and learn a lot.

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7th Teaching Practice

Intermediate level

In this lesson students will learn about <b>past</b> tenses (<b>simple</b>, continuous, perfect). First they will have discussion on cheating in sports. Then they will read a text about a lady who cheated in a marathon. At detailed reading part they will determine the type of verbs in the text. Then they will work on a text with gaps. They will fill the gaps with the verbs in right tenses. In the last section students will talk about their memories. (A time they have cheated, exciting sports ...

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Past Tenses Comparison - Global

Upper-intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn and practice how to use the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b>, the <b>past</b> perfect and the <b>past</b> perfect continuous tenses. At the first stage, Ss read the first paragraph of the story that they had covered at the previous lesson and identify the tenses used. T clarifies the meaning, form and pronunciation of the tenses via small pair / group discussions and eliciting answers from the students. After a written controlled practice for concept check, the Ss wri...

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TP3a

Pre-intermediate level

The students will learn about the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and the <b>past</b> continuous tenses . The lesson starts with a speaking activity where they discuss some pictures and write on the board their answers, which leads to the grammatical aspect before they practice exercises.

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Reading and Grammar

Pre-intermediate level

This lesson sets a general context for both lessons through reading and language focus. The Ss will learn new grammar (<b>Past</b> continuous) through reading, controlled and semi-controlled practice. They will also improve their reading and speaking skills by doing group and pair works

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Tp5

B2 level

In this lesson students will be exposed to <b>Past</b> perfect continuous through a text taken from the novel Girl with a Pearl Earring. Students will underline <b>past</b> perfect continuous sentences in the text

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accidens happen

Pi level

in this lesson SS are going to learn body parts and some expressions for describing accidents. SS will work on the difference between <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> and <b>past</b> continuous and reflexive pronouns. finally SS will have some controlled practice and some speaking task.

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TP 5

Intermediate. level

This lesson focuses on the use of <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and <b>past</b> continuous tense. It starts with the lead-in to access Ss ability of the target language. Through guided discovery Ss can complete the grammar exercise 1 and 2. Followed by a speaking activity for Ss to produce the target language and develop speaking fluency. Delayed error correction will be the last stage to show Ss certain mistakes and how to improve their skills.

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TP 1b

Intermediate level

In the lesson, students will be introduced to the meaning and form of <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and <b>past</b> continuous through a guided discovery based on a listening about 3 people discussing their <b>past</b> experiences with an interviewer. The lesson starts with 3 pictures sticking to WB. These are the 3 people who will talk in the listening. There is some controlled practice followed by semi-controlled practice.

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LANGUAGE FOCUS 1-PAST SIMPLE AND PAST CONTINUOUS

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about the <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> and <b>Past</b> Continuous Tenses through guided discovery based on questions about their memories. The lesson begins with a discussion how well your memory is. This is followed by snappy questions, where students read and relate questions about their memories and listening activities to back up the tenses. In the end, there is some controlled through sentence reformulation and free practice via workbook.
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