The use of the Passive Structures in the News – A grammar lesson (90′)

To break the past lessons' standard, I have decided to post a grammar lesson on the use of the Passive Structures. I do not know exactly why, but the Passive Structures are near and dear to my heart.  Materials used: PPT File: The use of the Passive Voice in the News [Slide 1] 1. Introducing the … Continue reading The use of the Passive Structures in the News – A grammar lesson (90′)

Living in the Future (A Grammar Lesson)

After a loooong winter ... I'm back! (for GoT fans).  This lesson was based on a Holiday Course - CI SP - Grammar Workout "Future Aspects" lesson. I had the pleasure of teaching this to an amazing advanced group. Age of the group: Adults (18 on). Level: C1 (CEFR) - Advanced. Syllabus: Originally, this was … Continue reading Living in the Future (A Grammar Lesson)

Irreversible word pairs – oral peer correction

Yesterday I was able to teach this lesson to my adult advanced group (C1 CEFR) and the outcome was great. The objective of this lesson is to present Irreversible word pairs, and use them in a meaningful context. The topic of the lesson is linked to their business project that is currently in motion: Recommending … Continue reading Irreversible word pairs – oral peer correction

Grammar Lesson – Present Perfect

In today's lesson, I will work with 'Present Perfect', which is one of the grammar points students most have problems with. It will involve your personal and your students' experiences. I chose to work with B2-C1 levels since I will also work with present perfect continuous and passive with present perfect. If you want to … Continue reading Grammar Lesson – Present Perfect