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UNIDAD EDUCATIVA FISCAL “LUIS FELIPE BORJA DEL ALCAZAR”

San Luis de Chillogallo – Quito
Mail clfba1984@hotmail.com

Telefax 2620968 2846617

LESSON PLAN
Group:

Date:

Time: 2 hours

No. students:

Recent topic worked: rules to
apply -ing in regular and
irregular verbs.

Recent Language work: Ss will have elaborated sentences using the present continuous and
regular and irregular verbs.

Aims: At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to Identify the main rules in present continuous to do sentences in a
good way.
Objective: Students will be able to use the present progressive to describe what they're doing at a specific moment in time.
Assessment: write a short conversation using present continuous.
Materials:
 Books
 Notebooks
 Sheets of paper
Anticipate problems: Ss can’t use the main rules used in the present continuous.

Elaborating sentences with the main rules applied in present continuous.

TIMING

TEACHER ACTIVITY

STUDENT ACTIVITY

SUCCESS INDICATOR

 Cover the dialogue and
listen
 Cross out the wrong
information in each
sentence
 Match the expressions
with similar meaning
 Listening and repeat
the next words
 Look at the grammar

 Students practice
elaborating examples of the
present progressive in
something they read or hear.
Note them down in two
sentences and bring them in
to the next class.

 Getting start
 10
minutes

 Take the roll
 Tongue twister
 Class activity

 20
minutes

 Explain that we'll introduce a new verb form called
the present progressive tense, made with am/are/is +
-ing. Write up the form on the board.

Note them down in two sentences and bring them in to the next class. Each group has a set of cards. Telefax 2620968 2846617 and complete the rules  As a class. face down. Additional possibilities: Ss talk activities that they realize right now.  They are fighting.UNIDAD EDUCATIVA FISCAL “LUIS FELIPE BORJA DEL ALCAZAR” San Luis de Chillogallo – Quito Mail clfba1984@hotmail. by the participants. in the game. Homework/further work: do on page number 95 from the workbook. This process is repeated. .com  The present progressive is not the normal tense for narrative (story-telling). in turn. The first participant turns over any two cards and describes the pictures revealed in brief present progressive sentences.  10 minutes  Activity to practice: Students work in small groups of not more than four participants. She is eating. which are randomly distributed before them. In present-tense stories and commentaries. we usually use the present simple to talk about the things that happen. The winner is the one who has the most pairs at the end. like "He is running. talk briefly about some of the more interesting things that students said they were doing. the aim being to remember where the different cards were located and to turn up a matching pair-which then becomes the property of the one who found them." Then the student replaces them face down.  Wrap up  Assign students to find two examples of the present progressive in something they read or hear.