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Suggestions Teaching Nce


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...this is just some of the suggestions on how to teach New Concept English in our training school.

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Suggestions Teaching Nce

  1. 1. 1. Present Simple Tense HangmanMay apply to lessons with Present Simple Tense.
  2. 2. 2. Snakes and Ladders - Present Simple vs. Present ProgressiveMay apply to lessons with Present Simple Tense and Present Progressive.
  3. 3. Making a slogan Lesson 143, page 289• Divide students in groups to make a SLOGAN.• Have them brainstorm on what they have observed in our environment nowadays.• After students have decided their slogan, ask them to write it down on the big paper provided for them.• Ask the students to be creative. Post their slogans on board.• Materials: - pens, papers, sticky tape or magnet Slogan - a word or phrase used to express a characteristic position or stand or a goal to be achieved Creative – more imaginative
  4. 4. Lesson Plan Title : Thank You Mr. RestaurantAge Range: Grade 3 through Grade 5 (Elementary Level)Duration: 45 minutesDescription: Letter writing is an important task for students to learn to master. This lesson helps students begin this process.Goals:To write a letter to a local restaurant.Objectives: 1. Students will learn the letter writing process. 2. Students will write letters to their favorite restaurant. Materials: » Paper » Pens » Addresses
  5. 5. Activities:• Have students brainstorm their favorite restaurants and record those restaurants on the board.• Show the students how to write a letter including Dear... and Sincerely,• After students have decided on their favorite restaurants, have them write down why they like to eat at the restaurant, and what they like to eat.• Have them use this information to write the letter and thank the manager for their service.• Check these for errors and have the students edit and rewrite them. Send them off to the restaurants. Assessment: Check for spelling, grammar, and complete sentence structure.