Present Progressive Lesson Plan Using Authentic Material

This TESOL lesson plan uses a newspaper article to discuss current events and teach the Present Progressive

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Present Progressive Lesson Plan using the newspaperLevel: Low Intermediate and above

Lesson Aims:

–   To review the use and structure of the Present Continuous / Progressive Tense through reading comprehension using authentic material.

–   To review the different functions of the Present Continuous / Progressive Tense: describing an action happening at the moment of speaking vs. describing current ongoing events and processes.

–   To review vocabulary connected to the ocean, the beach and sea-creatures.

–   To provide practice of the structure and function of the Present Continuous / Progressive Tense

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Simple Past Lesson Plan Using the Communicative Approach

120-houradvancedSimple past ESL lesson plan by Robert Huth – TESOL Certificate graduate

Level of students: High Beginner
Total class time: 90 min.

Aims:
·         To introduce new vocabulary about leisure activities
·         To introduce the past simple with its function to talk about the past (comparing it to the present simple and present progressive)
·         To introduce the affirmative and negative form of the past simple and the forms of regular and irregular verbs
·         To review adverbials of time concerning weekdays (on Monday, on Saturday, on the weekend), here used with the past tense.
·         To practice the pronunciation of the “-ed” ending in the past simple and the stress of the personal pronoun when using the same question to talk about another person
·         To provide Ss with controlled and semi-controlled practice in speaking, listening and freer practice in writing in the context of reporting about past events using the past simple

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Phrasal Verbs and Integrated Skills TESOL Lesson Plan Using a TV Show (Friends)

Phrasal Verbs ESL lesson plan using a TV show

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Level: High Intermediate

Lesson Aims:
• To give students practice with developing their speaking and listening skills.
• Revision of phrasal verbs, by scanning the video for the verbs, and using them in sentences.
• Guessing the meaning of vocabulary through synonyms, answering questions, gap filling activities.

By the end of the lesson, students should have improved their speaking and listening skills, and feel confident using the phrasal verbs introduced in the video episode.

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Comparatives and Superlatives: Grammar Lesson Plan Using Storytelling

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Comparatives and superlatives lesson plan - grammar lesson planType of Lesson: Grammar using storytelling- Task-based lesson based on the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

Level: Low Intermediate, 10-11 years

Time: Approx. 90 minutes

Aims: To introduce the students to the vocabulary used to describe emotions; to review the concept of the comparative (-er) and present the superlative (-est);to give students an opportunity to practice listening for specific information; to give students an opportunity to practice speaking and writing using the comparative and superlative.

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TESOL Lesson: Perfect Modals – Using a Song To Review Grammar

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Grammar TESOL lesson plan - Modals lesson planType of lesson: Listening comprehension using a song to review a grammar topic.

Aims:
To review the use of perfect modals (must have + past participle) to speculate about past events, i.e., guess what happened.
To practice pronunciation of past participles and simple past regular verbs (-ed) /t/ or /d/ and the weak forms of ´must´ and ´have´.
To integrate listening comprehension to speaking, reading and writing skills.

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Vocabulary and Grammar Lesson Using The TBL Approach

Task Based Learning Lesson Plan by OnTESOL Graduate

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Learn to create lesson plans with TESOL certificationLevel: Intermediate
Aims:
➢ to teach adjectives referring to being “easygoing” or “strict”
➢ to present the function of talking about permission and prohibition using the structure: Make sb do sth; let sb to sth; allow sb to do sth
➢ to provide practice in speaking, reading and writing skills

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Grammar Lesson Plan: Present Perfect Tense

This TESOL lesson plan integrates a grammar lesson with speaking and writing skills.

Present perfect TESOL lesson planLevel: Low intermediate
Aims: To present the present perfect tense (have + past participle) with the function of talking about past actions that relate to the present time; to present some time expressions used with the present perfect ( since, for, always, so far); to provide controlled and semi-controlled spoken and written practice of the present perfect tense.

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Lesson Plan Using a Movie (The King’s Speech)

Authentic Material Lesson Plan Using a Movie

ESL lesson plan using a movie Video: “The King’s Speech”
Level: High-Intermediate

Aims: To teach descriptive adjectives (haughty, nervous, impatient, magnificent, fancy, elegant, poised, frantic); to practice predicting; to practice imagining and guessing; presentation of new language (see vocab list below); listening comprehension; note-taking skills

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