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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.


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.



Beginners a1 level

In this lesson, Students will learn about the regular and irregular verbs of <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense (Affirmative forms). The lesson will start with a discussion about what did they do yesterday.Then we will reflect on this discussion afterwards. Students will get to learn about the different pronunciation patterns of the (--ed) endings for <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> regular verbs.


Past Simple vs Present Simple/wh questions

Elementary a1/a2 level

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


Past Simple Lesson

Pre- intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> tense through a text about McDonald's and they fill in the blanks by using their grammar knowledge. The lesson starts with a discussion about fast food in general, and followed by a text about KFC, then followed by the grammar part where the students get to practice their awareness about the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> tense. Also students work on word pronounciations of regular and irregular words via a colorful paper activity.


TP 6: Grammar Past Simple regular verbs

Elementary level

In this lesson, we will focus on <b>Past</b> <b>simple</b> regular verbs, and how to form and use them. We will also practice pronunciation and speaking with a student-centered communicative activity.


Module 8 Language focus 2 Questions in the past simple tense

Elementary a2 level

In this lesson, SS will learn how to make questions in the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense using Did, Didn't and WH questions and also they will be able to ask and answer each other some questions about something which happened in the <b>past</b> and at the end of the lesson they will speak together in the free practice stage .


past simple lesson

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense through guided discovery based on a listening about last weekend. This lesson starts with a discussion about weekend routine.It is followed by talking about last weekend. This followed by how to form the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense and types of verbs(regular/irregular). Then we are going to make questions and negate sentences. finally, we are going to discuss -ed pronunciation.


Famous figures, Past Simple

A1, a2, elementary level

In this lesson the students are going to study about some famous people from all around the world and use <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense to describe them.They will try to make a some <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> wh questions and give answers.


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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