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Present perfect

Elementary3 level

In this lesson, students are introduced to the present perfect tense. The topic of films based on books is the context used to introduce this topic. The focus of the lesson is on sentence structure using common irregular <b>past</b> participle verbs to form the present perfect tense. The pronunciation focus is on sentence stress.


TP2 CELTA Istanbul 2016.09.23

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will listen to a text between a patient and a doctor. They will listen for gist, detail, and fill the gap by using the present perfect and present perfect continuous tense in verbs. They will share with other students what they have been doing when not feeling well. In addition, they will talk about what they have been doing to keep a healthy life. They will discuss these through controlled exercise SOLO, discuss and compare answers through PW and WC. In the end, the...


Murder in a country house. (Reading)

Elementary level

In this lesson students will practise two reading skills: reading for gist and reading for specific information. They will also gain some new vocabulary items concerning the lesson topic, have pair and whole class speaking activities and practise grammar (<b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> tense; irregular verbs).


To Be (Present Tense / Questions and Short Answers)

True beginnerns level

In this lesson, Ss learn how to form yes/no question forms as well as WH questions with verb TO BE in the present <b>simple</b> tense. The task is to be accomplished through a gap-filling task that follows an email serving as the context. Having exposed to the context, Ss are supposed to be able to fill in the blanks with ARE for the pronouns of WE, YOU and THEY. They are also expected to learn how to correctly give a short answer to yes/no questions with verb TO BE. The pronunciation of yes/...


Teaching practice 7

Elementary level

In this Lesson, Students will first learn about celebrations and they are going to read about celebrations. Also, they will learn more about <b>past</b> tense irregular verbs and they will talk more about celebrations. Furthermore, they will also talk about verbs and celebrations.


Simple Past irregular verbs

A2 level


TV Star Oprah, Past Simple Lesson, TP5

Elementary level

In this lesson, the students will practise the <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> tense, regular verbs through a TV Star Oprah reading. As well as learning about the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> form of verbs and practising them, the students will be able to practise their reading and listening skills. At the end of the lesson, the students will have chance to practice their speaking skills.


Jobs- 1st lesson

Elementary-a2 level

This lesson will be based on giving students grammatical information on Present Tense he/she/it verb conjugations both in positive, negative and question forms of sentences. The lesson will revolve around 'Jobs', listening parts are expected to take a large part, and some new vocabulary will be provided.


Conversing about jobs/learning verb "to be" in present simple

Beginner level

In this lesson, students will learn to ask and answer questions about various jobs, increasing their conversation skills and vocabulary. They will also learn the verb "to be"in <b>simple</b> present tense, which will help them feel more comfortable in creating new sentences.


TP4 - Grammar (Today and Yesterday)

Elementary, a1 level

In this lesson, SS will have practiced the <b>past</b> form of ‘verb to be’ and ‘can’ through comparing them with their present forms in a listening exercise and via Guided Discovery. After controlled practises, they will have practiced using <b>past</b> form of ‘verb to be’ and ‘can’ in a real life context.
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