Search Results for: past simple and past continuous

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Teaching Practice 2

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> Tense, <b>Past</b> Continuous Tense and adjectives ending in -ing used for people& things, adjectives ending in -ed used for feelings. The lesson starts with the teacher’s presentation to generate interest in the topic and it will be followed by a reading text and it is followed by various tasks getting students involved.

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J2 Sem 1 Wk10

Grade 8 level

Students read a story about a boy who helps animals, and then focus on the grammar of the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> vs <b>past</b> continuous.

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TP 3 (14 Jan 2019)

Intermediate level

In this session, students will practice speaking skill in the context of a game. They will be using different combinations of <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> and <b>Past</b> Continuous.

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TP #6 Serli Musosoglu ITI CELTA

Pre-intermediate level

Ss will practice the target language that was learned in the previous lesson. They will practice <b>past</b> perfect through controlled and freer activities within the context of short stories.

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TP4

Pre-intermediate level

To practice and understand the difference between <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and <b>past</b> continuous

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3A Stages of Life and Past Tenses

Level 4:08 level

S's learn vocabulary relating to generational differences and practise <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, <b>past</b> continuous and 'used to'

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Hamed Ashraf TP7

Intermediate level

This lesson starts by asking the Ss about their favourite childhood activity. then, they will be exposed to an anecdote through reading and listening about a childhood activity, in which some language will be clarified in order for Ss to tell an anecdote about their own childhood activity in a speaking for fluency task. the lesson ends with correction and feedback.

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TP 3: Narrative tenses

Upper-intermediate level

In this lesson, Ss are going to learn narrative tenses based on <b>past</b> tense (<b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, <b>past</b> continuous, <b>past</b> perfect and <b>past</b> perfect continuous) which they have learned before. The main aim is reading a text about a strange narration (news) and then speaking about the story. The sub-aim is to have a review on Wh-questions and having a pair-work discussion about the story by making Wh-questions and then answering them.

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Writing to narrate a story, TP 3

Pre-int level

In this lesson, the students will complete a reading exercise to identify time phrases (e.g. One day, two weeks later). They will practice using these phrases in a gap fill exercise to check meaning and form. Finally, the students will write their own story. This will give the students an opportunity to practice <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> and <b>Past</b> Continuous
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