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LESSON PLAN - PET

LESSON 1
1. Present the test (parts, duration, level, marking), the classes, the book and the mocks.

2. Explain the first part of the speaking test and have students ask some questions to each other. Review the
alphabet, making sure everybody can spell their second names and surnames. Make them spell some words and
focus on the hardest letters:
AEIAIEIEAIEAEI GJJGJGJGGJ QKKQKQQKQKQK

Have the students choose pictures and describe them to one another.
This picture shows I can also see and It looks like The people/man/child seems to be happy/sad
because I believe he/she/they are

3. Introduce Reading Part 1 using the exercises in the extra book, which the students have to do in pairs. Correct
with the whole class and then have them do one complete exercise of this part individually. Correct by indicating
what they did wrong and asking them to redo these ones.

4. Grammar: Suggestions.
- Explain on the board.
- Practice orally, in pairs, using the photographs.
- Do the exercises in the Extra Book.

5. Have a listening marathon of Parts 1 and 2, using the extra book.

6. Practice Speaking Part 4. Provide feedback.

7. Explain the Writing Part 2 and give some good examples. Ask students to write their own texts and correct
individually, providing feedback. It can be assigned as homework.









PET PART 1 QUESTIONS

1) Do you think English will be useful for you in the future?
2) Do you like to study English?
3) Tell us about your job.
4) What do you usually do at weekends?
5) How did you celebrate your last birthday?
6) What did you do yesterday?
7) What are you going to do this weekend?
8) What kind of books do you like to read?
9) How often do you use the internet?
10) How much free time do you have every week?




PET PART 1 QUESTIONS

1) Do you think English will be useful for you in the future?
2) Do you like to study English?
3) Tell us about your job.
4) What do you usually do at weekends?
5) How did you celebrate your last birthday?
6) What did you do yesterday?
7) What are you going to do this weekend?
8) What kind of books do you like to read?
9) How often do you use the internet?
10) How much free time do you have every week?


LESSON 2
Correct the homework and review.
Teach conditionals.
Speaking Part 1 and 2.
Listening.
Reading Part 5.



FIND SOMEONE
1. Someone who has
been to the USA:

4. Someone who has
studied English for
more than 4 years:

7. Someone who has
driven a truck:
2. Someone who has
played volleyball:

5. Someone who has
met a famous person:
8. Someone who has
gone skiing:


3. Someone who has
lived in Toledo for all
his/her life:

6. Someone who has
ridden a horse:
9. Someone who has
played the guitar: