Target Language: English Language Level : pre- intermediate
Target Students: ELF Classroom: 15/Turkish Ss
Subject: Used to –past- Time: 1 lessons 40 minutes
Materials: Video, Blackboard, Pdf worksheet/s
Introduction story by TT.
Check understanding of SS, by asking Q’s
Write the form and phonemic on the board
Ask Ss to get into pairs and without writing just speak
about there (Past) “Used to habits”
TT will go around checking groups.
Get Ss to now write 2-3 “Used to” examples of their lives
and then go around class sharing.
This part is over now for practice.
The TT starts off the lesson with an ice-breaker to capture the
interest of the Ss, hence, arousing their interest to know what and
where this will go is an extra bonus when introducing a new topic.
TT will check Ss understanding by asking “Yes”, ”No” questions,
Do we use it to talk about the past habits?
Do we still do it?
Does that mean the habit has stopped or changed?
Do we use this to talk about the future?
B. Also ask Ss how long they have to do the next step
Write form and phonetics on the board 30sec
Pair work begins, Ss do not write anything down but can use
the written form and phonetics which is on the board to
convey their message to their peers. This a practical approach
to learning, Ss have to come up with 3-5 if o not more if
examples or words if they choose so.
Tt will get Ss to now write down their sentences which is well
Tt, now goes through the class asking for their sentences
Ss, will now have to match a worksheet (picture to writing)
We will check the answer as a group, but swapping papers
with other peers 3-4mins
We will go through a gap –fill sheet with 4 short examples
now that students have completed the first sheet and now are
used to the concept. 5mins
She_______(have) long hair but now it is short.
He________(ran) every morning but now he cycles.
Jack_______(have) a car but now he has a helicopter.
I _______be a good student but now_____(laze)
They ______be friends but now they are ______(no)
Tt, will get feed back at the end of the lesson to see
what students have enjoyed or would have like to have
happen even ask for negative parts of the lesson.