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Listening, what did you do on Saturday

A1 level

last Saturday


Present Simple

Elementary, a1 a2 level

In this lesson, students will learn <b>simple</b> present tense, required verb conjugations, and its Wh questions. The teaching begins and finishes with learners' speaking. Moreover, listening skill is also integrated in order to give controlled practice.



Elementary level


Pronunciation and Speaking Lesson with Past Simple

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students repeat the <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> tense regular verbs forms with a pronunciation part and a speaking part. The lesson starts with learning the differences between /t/ and /d/ in <b>past</b> forms of the verbs and continues with two speaking tasks. The first speaking task is about teachers and their students. The second task is about teachers they really liked. The lesson finishes with feedback and correction.


A1-a2 level


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.


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.


TP - 8a

Beginner level

In this lesson, the students are going to work on regular verbs of the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense through guided discovery. They are going to be introduced a picture story, elicit the tense, form and the pronunciation. Then, they are going to focus on controlled and freer speech practice.


TP5 - Present Simple Tense

Beginner level

In this lesson ss will choose nouns that go together with the verbs "like, have, live, work, study" and create sentences by using the subjects "I, You, We, They".


Simple Present + Interested in

Elementary level

In this lesson, Ss learn about the structure and usage of <b>simple</b> present tense through two gap-fill activities in the SB. The lesson starts with a gap-fill activity in which Ss identify how to use the tense in plural and also third person singular forms. This is followed by a listening to check the answers and then a separate gap-fill activity in which Ss should differentiate between plural forms and third person singular ones. Finally, there is some controlled practice through writing...
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