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Isik University Demo Lesson - Simple Past, Past Continuous, & Past Perfect

A2 and b1 level

This lesson is considered as a whole review of <b>Past</b> Tenses (<b>Simple</b> <b>Past</b>, <b>Past</b> Continuous, and <b>Past</b> Perfect), therefore, the lesson starts with a semi-controlled practice after a short video and some feedbacks. This practice helps students to review the functions of the tenses, while they should match some examples related to them in pairs. After they match the functions of the tenses, they match some examples too. As a feedback, the teacher chooses some stud...



Intermediate b2 level

In this lesson students will get to practice <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and <b>past</b> continuous verbs and deepen their knowledge of these two tenses by understanding when speakers of English use these tenses. The lesson will start with pair work activity where Ss get to decide when we use each tense while referring to 2 sentences written on the board stressing meaning. After eliciting from Ss the correct uses of the tenses, we'll move to timeline display of their use, as well as affirmative...


'take care' lesson, past continuous lesson

Pre-intermediate b1 level

In this lesson students will learn <b>past</b> continuous, and practice it through some activities. The lesson starts will a lead in activity that show the usage of <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and <b>past</b> continuous. Then the students will do a listening activity, after that I will teach them the (meaning, form and phonology) of the <b>past</b> continuous tense. Then the students will practice the grammar. At the end of the lesson, the students will listen to an audio and notice the pronunc...


simple past and past continues

A2 level

in this lesson the students learn to talk about <b>past</b> actions and the differences between <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> and <b>past</b> continues tense. the lesson starts with a story of someone talking about his last vacation and uses <b>past</b> form of the verbs and also adverbs indicating <b>past</b> actions


Past Continuous

Elementary level

In This Lesson, Student are going to learn about <b>past</b> continuous tense by talking about what they were doing during the when Iran national team won the match versus morraco at world cup 2018


'I was swimming in the sea when I saw him.' What was your magical moment?

Pre-intermediate/intermediate level

The lesson is a continuation of the previous one devoted to the <b>Past</b> Continuous tense. This time the students will be exposed to two <b>past</b> tenses, <b>Past</b> Continuous and <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b>, and they will get more practice in the usage of the tenses.


TP 5

Pre -intermediate level

In this lesson Ss learn the <b>past</b> continuous tense.The lesson is based on grammar..Ss learn the meaning and the form of the <b>past</b> continuous tense and use it in speaking activity with their partners.They also work on pronounciation <b>past</b> continuous tense.


Past continuous

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn how to use <b>Past</b> Continuous based on a text about the 44th United States election. The lesson starts with the teacher's terrible experience on a flight. then the teacher teaches how and when we use <b>past</b> continuous(mfp). Student read a text from American English File 2 lesson 2B and find <b>past</b> continuous in the text and do some exercises . Finally, students share a memory of a special day or moment in their life.


Past Simple and Past Continuous & Syllables

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students will learn about <b>past</b> <b>simple</b>, <b>past</b> continuous tenses and syllables. The context is memory. The students will start underlining <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> verbs, continue with circling <b>past</b> continuous tense. Last two parts of the lesson will focus on reading a text and filling in the correct form to the verbs, listening to voice files and naming the number of syllables.


Day events, past continuous

Intermediate, grade 5 level

In this lesson, students learn the <b>past</b> continuous tense through guided discovery based on creating a situational context, the lesson starts with a discussion about one of their friends. This is followed by providing a context for the TL by writing their examples on the board in order to discover the meaning, form, and practice pronunciation. Finally, there is some controlled practice through the fill-in-the-gap sheet and free practice via group presentations.
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