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Collocations - work+for/in, Live+in/with/alone, go+on/by

A1 - beginners level

In this lessons the Ss will learn how to use the collocations "work for", "work in", "live in", "live with", "go to work/school by", "go to work/school on foot". Ss will develop their productive skills with pair work and mingling activities.



Elementary level

In this lesson students are going to learn how to use "this/that" and "these/those" and they are also going to learn some names of the objects in daily life..


Going out Lesson,Reading Lesson

Elementary level

In this lesson, students will have practiced reading in the context of going out, they will learn how to use some verbs to express the action they are doing, also they will practice speaking activities.


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...


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.



Beginner level



Intermediate level

In this lesson, the Ss will study zero and first conditionals in the context of going green. They will also learn conjunctions such as when, whenever and unless. We will also study a lexis related to going green.


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.



Elementary level

This session's aim is to improve the Ss' skill of listening, as well as to provide them with words and collocations associated with evening, weekend and basically free-time activities. The lesson contains a pre-teach of the vocabulary items, a series of listening practices, and a freer practice in order to give the Ss the chance to use the provided language in a more real-life situation.


Teaching Practice 7

Elementary level

In this lesson, ss review and extend their use of "going to" to talk about plans for the future, in the context of 16 Before 60 (16 things you should do before turning 60 years old). The lesson starts with a lead in, and then the teacher will elicit the students' knowledge of the target language, and its meaning, function/use and form. The teacher will then focus on the pronunciation of the target language through the use of choral drilling and backchaining. The ss will then practice the t...
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