Search Results for: simple past

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Past simple of regular verbs

Elementary level

This is a grammar lesson about the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> of regular verbs. The lesson will start with highlighting the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> verbs in a text they have been exposed to in the previous lesson. The clarification of MFP will occur through a guided discovery handout, after which Ss will have some controlled practice. The lesson will finish with a freer speaking practice and some language feedback about the students' output.

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past simple: was/were/wasn't weren't

Elementary level

In this lesson the students will focus on grammar structure of the verb "be" in <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, it's meaning/form/ pronunciation. The students are going to drill was/were/wasnt weren't in different writing tasks such as fill the gaps and choose the corect form of the verb. They will listened to the text and analyse the gramar structure. Moreover, the learners will write their own story about the party they were and practice it by speaking.

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Used to vs Past Simple

B2 level

In this lesson, students will learn about the verb forms used to , would and the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> .

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TP4

A1 level

In this lesson, the students will read a card about a boy's holiday and fill in the gaps using <b>Simple</b> <b>Past</b> Tense. Then they will write a card about their holiday using the same grammar point.

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People who changed the world, Past simple regular and irregular verbs lesson

Elementary level

In this lesson, students learn about the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> regular and irregular verbs. Ss will be guided to understand and figure out the grammar patterns, meanings, pronunciation and forms through the Guided Discovery model. The lesson will start with a Lead-in in which I elicit an example from students about people who changed Turkey and then ask students to discuss in pairs who Nelson Mandela is by posting his picture on the WB. The main aim of the lesson is grammar. The sub-ai...

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wh questions in Past Simple vs Pressent Simple

Elementary level

In this lesson, the students are qoing to review (yes/no) question structure in <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> and Present <b>Simple</b> and learn to build up WH qustions in both grammar tmes in the context of their music preferences. Some vocabulary words related with the topic will be also oerviwed and drilled to provide accuracy in pronuonciation.

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Teaching Practice 2

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, sts will be introduced to grammatical constructions involving the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> verb form. They will learn the difference between the infinitive and the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, and learn the proper <b>past</b> participle for both regular and irregular verbs. They will also learn the correct structure of verbs in the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> that include an element of negativity or a question word. Then, they will fill in the blanks while reading a short conve...

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Teaching Practice 4- Grammar (Past Simple Affirmative regular & irregular verbs)

A1 level

In this lesson, Ss will get familiar and practice the <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b>. The context will be set by a transcript from a listening track about the things three people did last weekend and then it will move to highlighting and clarification and finally to some speaking practice stages moving from controlled to free practice.

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TP 8 Past Simple

A1/a2 level

In this lesson, the students will look at the <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> Tense practice it through written exercises and speaking activities. They will look at irregular verbs and their <b>past</b> form, also they will have a look at affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences in <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>.

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Past Simple Irregular Verbs

B1 level

In this lesson, the students will be able to understand <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> Irregular Verbs in the context of films and books. They will first focus on the verbs and their <b>past</b> forms in a controlled activity, then they will do a semi-controlled activity (filling the gaps) and after dwelling on pronunciation, they will finally do a freer activity (speaking) about the context.
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