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Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about the Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive by reading about the couple who started the Lonely Planet travel books, Tony and Maureen Wheeler. They will also be provided worksheets, which I have created, and these will help them work out the rules for each of these verb tenses. Finally, a few concept questions will be given to make sure that understanding and full comprehension has taken place.


TP 2 (10 Jan 2019)

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students will learn about <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> and <b>Past</b> Continuous. They will also lean how to link <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> and <b>Past</b> Continuous. They will practice how to pronounce regular <b>past</b> forms of verbs.


Chapter 4 Has exercise always been important?

A2 - reading 2 level

Students learn the <b>Past</b> tense /d/, /t/, and /ıd/ sounds through the text (Has exercise always been important?) Students will learn pre-teaching vocabulary through pictures; Ss will also learn descriptive adjectives, identify the cause and effect and irregular <b>past</b> tense verbs.



Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about the <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense and the phonological features of <b>past</b> tense verbs in the context of school days and school memories in the <b>past</b>. The students will practice pronunciation in pairs as well as in choral drilling as an entire class.


Change - Continued

Intermediate 1 level

This lesson presents <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> and present perfect verb tenses in the context of changes in Vietnam. It also presents expressions that are commonly used with these verb tenses.


Talking about yesterday

A2 level

In this lesson, students learn about how to talk about a day using <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> irregular verbs. In the previous lesson, the students will learn useful irregular verbs for daily life events. In my lesson, they will reuse and recycle the words from the previous lesson, and they will learn additional vocabulary to use in daily life.


Grammar/ Present Simple Verb to Be

A1 level

In this lesson, the students are going to review the use of present <b>simple</b> tense/ verb to 'be' with personal pronouns /affirmative. The lesson will start with picture show to present the context of jobs. This will be followed by highlighting and clarification to the grammatical aspect involved and 2 controlled practice to reinforce the use of the target language. The last part of the lesson will be dedicated to practicing speaking for accuracy.



Elementary level

In this lesson Ss will learn about the <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> tense. As a secondary aim Ss will be practicing their Listening and Pronunciation Skills. The context of the lesson will be life of Oprah. <b>Past</b> <b>Simple</b> tense verbs will be used to analyze her <b>past</b> accomplishments.


Simple Past Tense Irregular Verbs, Celebrations

Elementary level

In this lesson, SS learn about the irregular verb usage in <b>Simple</b> <b>Past</b> Tense through guided discovery based on a reading text about a trip to Barcelona.The lesson starts with the reminding points of the previous blog texts on celebrations. After that, some clarification is done for irregular verb forms in <b>Simple</b> <b>Past</b> Tense. This is followed by a Bingo game on irregular verbs to enhance learning. Pronunciation is practiced through some repetition drills done chorall...


Simple Past (Regular & Irregular Verbs)

Elementary level

In this lesson, the main is for stds to understand the difference between regular (verb+ed) and irregular verbs in their <b>past</b> tense. The lesson will start with a short review of the <b>simple</b> present in the context of what a person does everyday to what the person did the day before. There will be a WC practice session where the students will learn some regular and irregular verb in their <b>past</b> tense forms. The last section will be a roleplaying game in which the stds will cr...
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