Category: Lesson Plan

Help our planet! | English Lesson

Help our planet! | English Lesson Before we further proceed, please watch the video here to see the actual class discussion about Help our planet! | English Lesson. A. Listen, point and repeat B. Read, listen and match. A                                                                              B …

Modal “can” indicating ability and its negative

Modal “can” indicating ability and its negative This lesson focuses only on how we use a modal can indicating ability and also it’s negative. a. The modal “can” is used with a main verb when we wish to show that …

Animal Expressions -English vocabulary lesson

Animal Expressions -English vocabulary lesson In this lesson, you will learn 8 expressions related to animals. The first one is; Paul: Are you ready to propose Amy? Tom: I’m worried that she’ll say no. Paul: Just ask her! Don’t be …

Reading Comprehension for Children – Exercise 4

Reading Comprehension for Children – Exercise 4 This reading comprehension for children practice exercise 4 is designed for grade one students to helped them grasped ideas on what they have read and backed up with five comprehension questions for them …

Question form: English grammar rules

Question form: English grammar rules This tutorial for beginners learners are going to learn the following: The difference between statements and questions. The punctuation rules for statements and questions, including the use of full stops (periods) and question marks. The …

Simple Present Tense – Timeless Action for Universal Truths

Simple Present Tense – Timeless Action for Universal Truths In this session of tutorial for beginners, learners will be learn how to describe present truths. The present simple is used to describe something which is currently true (something that is …

SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE Quiz

SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE Quiz This is a practice exercise is all about “Simple Present Tense Quiz“. There are 2 exercises for you to answer, and the answer key is provided below. A. Underline the correct answers. A bat (fly, flies) …

Possessive s’- Family Members Practice exercise 1

Possessive s’- Family Members Practice exercise 1 This is a practice exercise about the previous lesson that we had discussed earlier on about “Possessive s’- Family Members”. There are 2 exercises for you to answer, and the answer key is …

Possessive Nouns (singular and plural)

Possessive Nouns (singular and plural) In this phase of tutorial for beginners, learners are expected to learn Possessive Nouns explains and demonstrates apostrophe usage in the English language to show possession. a. We use the apostrophe (‘) to show that …

VERBS – “HAS”, “HAVE” AND “HAD”

VERBS – “HAS”, “HAVE” AND “HAD” In this starter pack tutorial for beginners, learners will be able to learn the concept of “ VERBS – “HAS”, “HAVE” AND “HAD”. How to formally used the “VERBS – “HAS”, “HAVE” AND “HAD” …