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CEP Lesson Plan Template Teacher/s: Chuxin Guo Level: _____A1______ Date: Mar.

Goal: understand simple past tense and past progressive tense Objectives: (In a per ect !orl"# Stu"ents Will Be A$le To% 1. &no! the $asic structure o si'ple past tense an" past pro(ressive tense ). re'e'$er the irre(ular ver$ past tense *. &no! !hen to use si'ple past tense an" !hen to use past pro(ressive tense an" their "i erences +. can use these t!o tenses to 'a&e sentences in an appropriate context The'e: past experience (,xtensions: ____________________________________________________# Aim S!ill "icros!ill Review or Preview (if applicable) Activity 1: go through the reading material together and pick up simple past tense and past progressive tense Activit# Procedure Stage Linking & Transitioning to rest of lesson: $nteraction (for example: SS-T) Time

&re-Stage: 'Late time (e talke! a little #it a#out the simple past tense an! past Ss-T progressi"e$ )o you still remem#er their #asic structures* +an any#o!y tell me*, Transition to #2: When you Write !o(n the #asic structures on the are looking for the sentences #lack#oar!$ in past tense you may fin! S - .er# (past tense) that there are a lot of "er#s S - (as/(ere - !oing are not in a regular past tense$ %ou must pay )uring Stage: attention to them an! keep 0o through the (hole passage$ them in min!$ 1) Write !o(n the num#er of each paragraph$ 2) Work in groups$ 0roup one shoul! Ss-Ss take charge of 1-2 paragraphs group t(o shoul! take charge of 3-4 paragraphs an! group three shoul! take charge of 5-6 paragraphs$ 7) +ompare (ith group mem#ers an! try to fin! all of the sentences in simple

past tense an! in past progressi"e tense in the paragraphs you are in charge of$ 8 (ill gi"e you fi"e minutes to !o it$ 2) 9eport the outcome to the (hole class$ &ost-Stage: Summari:e the structures of these t(o tenses (go a little !eeper;(hen it is '#e, in the past tense it shoul! #e '(as,/,(ere,< (hen it is other "er#s in past tense (e shoul! pay attention to the irregular "er#s$) an! lea! stu!ents to think of their usage$ (Tangi#le =utcome) stu!ents are familiar (ith the structures of these t(o tenses an! ha"e a #asic un!erstan!ing of their usage$ Activity 2: irregular past tense &re-Stage: '>s (e mentione! a#o"e the "er#?s regular past tense form shoul! #e .-e!$ +an you gi"e me some examples*, '@esi!es these "er#s there are also some irregular "er#s you nee! to pay attention to$, )uring Stage: 1) 0i"e each group a #unch of "er#s an! ask them to (ork together to pick up the ones in irregular past tense form$ 8 (ill gi"e you fi"e minutes$ 2) 9eport these "er#s to the (hole class$ &ost-Stage: &ay attention to these irregular changes especially in your (riting$ Aan!outs of irregular "er#s (ill #e gi"en after(ar!s (Tangi#le =utcome)


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Transition to #7: So no( you are familiar (ith the structures of simple past tense an! past progressi"e tense$ >lso you ha"e kno(n some irregular "er# past tense$ Let?s see ho( shoul! (e use them$


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Activity : e!plain simple past and past progressive tense

/aise stu"ents0 a!areness o the irre(ular or's o ver$0s past tense. &re-Stage: Cse the timeline to ha"e a Duick re"ie( -s.T of simple present an! present progressi"e$

)uring Stage: 1) explain simple past--it is use! to -s.T !escri#e actions that (ere complete! at a specific time in the past or Transition to #2:Bo( you recurring actions in the past$ are clear a#out these t(o E$g$ Ae (ent to the C$S$>$ last year$ tenses right* They are "ery 8 (alke! to school e"ery !ay last practical (hen you !escri#e summer$ something happening in the &ay attention to the key (or!--last past$ Let?s try to use them in year last summer$$$ our con"ersation$ 2) Explain past progressi"e--it is use! to !escri#e an action that (as ongoing at a specific time$ E$g$ 8 (as cooking yester!ay afternoon$ Ae (as rea!ing in the li#rary$ 7) the !ifferences #et(een these t(o tenses--simple past !escri#es a completed action past progressi"e !escri#es an ongoing action$ Sometimes they can appear in the same sentence$ E$g$ Ae (as (atching T. (hen 8 calle! him$ Fenny (as shopping (hen he came in$ 2) When "s$ While--(hen is usually follo(e! #y the simple form of the "er#< (hile is usually follo(e! #y a -s.-s progressi"e form of the "er#$ 3) )o exercise 1 on page 1G (stu!ent #ook) share ans(ers (ith each other$ &ost-Stage: Emphasi:e the usage of simple past an! past progressi"e (Tangi#le =utcome) Stu!ents shoul! #e a#le to use these

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tenses in an appropriate (ay$ Activity ": #escribe your past e!perience &re-Stage: &oint to the structures of these t(o tenses on the #lack#oar! an! reiterate them$ 5

)uring Stage: -s.-s 1) >sk stu!ents to (ork in pairs an! say t(o things to their partners$ =ne is the happiest thing happening in last Transition to Wrap-Cp: (eek an! the other one is the sa!!est =kay to!ay (e learnt thing happening in last (eek$ Cse simple past tense an! past these t(o tenses if they can progressi"e tense$ Try to use 0i"e them a mo!el: The happiest them in your speaking an! thing--8 met my high school classmates (riting$ (hen 8 (as shopping$ The sa!!est thing--8 hear! my fa"orite +hinese restaurant (as shut !o(n$ -s.T 2) +hoose "olunteers to retell their partners? past experience$ +orrect their mistakes$ &ost-Stage: check (hether they ha"e any Duestions$ (Tangi#le =utcome) Stu!ents can use these t(o tenses to !escri#e their past experience $rap%up Lesson E"aluation &roce!ures:

Materials: -tu"ent $oo& 2)+3 214.15 Anticipate" 2ro$le's 6 -u((este" -olutions: -tu"ents 'a7 $e con use" a$out the "i erences $et!een these t!o tenses. -olutions: (ive the' 'ore sentences. Contin(enc7 2lans (!hat 7ou !ill "o i 7ou inish earl73 etc.#: 8inish practice + in !or& $oo&. 2ost.Lesson /e lections: