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Lesson Plan N°:

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Book: Date:

Aim/Lesson Topic:
Warm up:
(First 15’)

32-1Present Simple and Continuous /


2Present Perfect Simple and Continuous
3Past Simple – Past Continuous – Past Perfect
4Time clauses with: when / while / as / as soon as / before / after
5Future with will / won’t / may / might / going to or Present Continuous
6State and Activity Verbs https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/stative-verbs.html
7used to
8Modifiers: quite – not very – very – a bit – really
9Modals in the Past
must / can’t // must have / might have / can't have for drawing conclusions
https://mikeastbury.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/past-modals-of-deduction-cards.pdf
10should / shouldn't
11Obligation and Prohibition:
Class must - have (got) to - needn't
development 12Comparison of adjectives and adverbs https://busyteacher.org/22529-emotional-
reported-speech.html
Comparatives with a lot, (not) as ... as
13First Conditional: If + clause → will / won't
14Second Conditional: if + clause → would + V
15Time Clauses in the future with when / as soon as
16Defining and non-defining relative clauses with who, which, that, where, whose
17Adjective formation with prefixes:
im- , in- , il- , ir- , dis- , un-
Noun formation with endings
-ion, -ment, -ness
19Passive Voice (Present Simple - Present Continuous - Past Simple - Past Continuous -
20Present Perfect - Past Perfect - will )
21would rather + V
I wish / If only + Past tense
I wish / If only + would
22 let / be allowed to
used to
23Third Conditional:
If + P.P. → would / might / could have + PP
-ed / -ing adjectives
24Reflexive Pronouns
25Question Tags
26Indefinite Pronouns: some – any – no
27The Passive
28Causative use of have (have something done)
29What does X like? / What does X look like? / What is X like?
30Verbs followed by -ing : can't stand – avoid – not mind – suggest – enjoy – love – hate –
like – dislike – recommend – Phrasal Verbs – fancy – feel like – can't help – can't face –
imagine – spend (time)
Verbs followed by Infinitive: promise – expect – refuse – decide – afford – want – fail –
manage – agree – ask – tell – arrange – want – hope – mean – pretend – seem
31 Phrasal Verbs Solutions Intermediate

Material/Resources: DVD, CD, i tools, IWB software, etc.


Use of photocopies:
St’s book pages: Exercise N°:

Ending up
activity

Homework:
Tch’s aims
Aim/Lesson Topic:
Warm up:
(First 15’)

Comparatives and superlatives


https://jeopardylabs.com/play/adjectives-and-adverbs-review2
word formation https://jeopardylabs.com/play/word-formation3
2Defining and non-defining relative clauses with who, which, that, where, whose
https://jeopardylabs.com/play/relative-clauses
3 Indefinite Pronouns: some – any – no
Class https://jeopardylabs.com/play/present-perfect-vs-simple-past
development ed- ing adjectives
https://jeopardylabs.com/play/enter-title48890
have something done
https://jeopardylabs.com/play/passive-and-causative-trivia

Material/Resources: DVD, CD, i tools, IWB software, etc.


Use of photocopies:
St’s book pages: Exercise N°:

Ending up
activity

Homework:
Tch’s aims