Search Results for: past simple and past continuous

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MV3 Angela

Movers level

37.

Telling Stories

Upper-intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about the use of 'narrative tenses' in written stories. First, students read a fictional story about a crime in order to get exposed to the target language. The three forms - <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, <b>past</b> continuous, and <b>past</b> perfect - are highlighted through some guided questioning and elicitation, along with the meaning of each one and their relationship to one another. Finally, students get the chance to write their own story in small groups.

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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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The truth About Air Travel - Grammar

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about four narrative tenses through guided discovery based on a reading text about an air travel incident. This will be followed by controlled practice through finding the correct form then a more free practice via a sentence completion task. They will work in a group to practice speaking.

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Anfisa Milchakova 18.10.2018. The story behind the photo

Pre-intermidiate level

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Narrative Tenses

Upper-intermediate, b2 level

In this lesson students revise <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, <b>past</b> continuous, <b>past</b> perfect tenses and learn about their narrative function. The language introduction is based on the text they read previously (some sentences with the target language are taken from the text). After that there is a controlled practice exercise and a freer practice in listening and writing with the target language.

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Active vs Passive

Intermediate level

In this lesson, SS will check passive voices in <b>SÄ°mple</b> Present tense, Present Continuous Tense, <b>Simple</b> <b>Past</b> Tense, <b>Past</b> Continuous Tense, Present Perfect Tense and future time "will".

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level

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3

Upper level

In this lesson the students will practice reading. To start the students will discuss two pictures, then read for gist followed by detail. In the latter part of the lesson students will focus be reminded of narrative tenses from their readings and then practice them with with writing their own narratives. and in the second part practice speaking through prepared discussion topic cards.

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Relationships

A2/b1 level

In this lesson, students will practice conveying their ideas about relationship with accuracy and fluency.
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