1) Word to Sentence ~ go/went/will or going to go


Use three basic forms of words to write three sentences: present, past, and future.


1) present ~ used for habits and routines

    2) past ~ used for events beginning and ending in the past

       3) future ~ used for events that have not yet happened


Note: In casual speech and writing, will and going to are often interchanged. In formal writing,

they are different. Will is used when referring to the future with certainty. Going to is used to refer to planned events.


Example 1) I go to the gym every other day.


Example 2) I went to my friend's restaurant last weekend.


Example 3) I will try hard to lose one kilogram this coming week.


Practice these ideas of time using English structures and accurate communication.


2) Correct the Sentences ~

Correct the sentences and rewrite them. Discuss. Correct answers are on the next page.

Example 1) I know my teacher good.


Example 2) I was getting my haircut yesterday.


Example 3) I had a three shots of the vaccine.


2) Corrections ~

Example 1) I know my teacher well.


Example 2) I got my haircut yesterday.


Example 3) I had three shots of the vaccine.


3) Brainstorming Words ~ Who You Want to Meet

From one student to the next, think of a word and tell the class then the teacher will


write the list on the board. Next, students make sentences using words as they like.


Take a few minutes and share. The teacher will provide edits and conversation.


4) Dictation Questions ~ 


Write the questions dictated by the teacher then discuss the questions. (Appendix One).


5) Diary ~


Write a memory from your past (any time in your past). It could be about your family,

friends, a song, a meal, a movie, a painful experience, a fun event, a book, internet content,

or anything else.


6) Describe the Picture ~


Write about the picture, then make corrections together, and discuss with the class.


~ Writing ~ Topic 1~01 ~ Introducing Myself ~

~ How to Make a Lesson ~ Procedures ~

 1) To begin with, as a class, in groups, in pairs, or by yourself, talk about, and practice the vocabulary.

2) Then, make a sentence (or sentences) relating to the topic (assisted by the teacher).

3) Next, as a class, edit your text to identify questions/errors ~

     (The teacher will snap a photo and present your text on the screen.)

4) Finally, read your revised text to the class. Give and receive feedback and talk about the text as a class.

1) introduce

2) members (family)

3) born

1) Vocabulary: Look up, translate, and talk about the words. Add your own words to the list.

4) raised

5) hobby

6) relatives/relations

7) house vs. home

8) apartment

9) attend (school)

10) play (music)

11) play (sports)

12) future (plans)

2) Writing: Write a sentence or sentences regarding the topic.

3) Speaking: Edit mistakes together. Talk about your efforts. Make conversation.

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