Category: Grammar-lesson ideas

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Countable and uncountable nouns with ‘a’, ‘an’, ‘some’, ‘any’, ‘much’, ‘many’ for A1+ students

My recent articles here are mostly aimed at helping our eighth-grade students prepare for the end-of-school exam. However, meanwhile, between one exam preparation idea and another, I’ve been thinking about creating something suitable for our...

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Past Simple – lesson ideas for A1/A2 learners

Every new group of learners is a challenge for every teacher. While teaching, the first thing I feel I need to do is to take advantage of the best ideas I have already brought...

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Present Simple – lesson ideas for A1/A2 students

I’m sure you know the feeling when you are lost in the amount of teaching materials you have created so far, and as a consequence, you create more and more because you’ve already forgotten...

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Present Perfect – lesson ideas for A1/A2 students

A few months ago I posted some lesson ideas for teaching the present perfect tense to B1 students (click the link if you are interested: Present Perfect – lesson ideas for B1 students ). Today...

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Adjectives and numbers – a video lesson plan for A2 students

Today I feel quite excited as I am finally able to share with you my first video lesson plan. The other day, while browsing on youtube, I came across an interesting film footage which,...

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‘Was’ and ‘were’ – past simple of ‘be’ for A1/A2 students

Teaching and learning the past simple of ‘be’ in affirmative and negative sentences is rather easy. However, the same verb in questions and in the structure ‘there was / there were‘ seems to be much more challenging for...