A2 Lower Intermediate English Lesson (Plan) – Modals – Have to – Daily Activities

Modal Have to Lesson Plan - Daily Activities - English Lesson Plan for English Teachers


 

This English lesson is for you if:

English learners

  • Your English level is lower intermediate (A2).
  • You want to learn English at home.
  • You can learn without the help of a teacher.

ESL teachers

  • You work with lower intermediate level (A2) English learners.
  • You follow the CEFR standards of teaching.
  • You would like to introduce a different voice and pronunciation to your students.

About the lesson:

  • Lesson Goals: This English lesson presents modals (have to) – how to form it, use it and what it means.
  • English Grammar: Modals – Have to
  • Target Vocabulary: daily activities (at work, at home, outside)

Audio sample:


 

 

The package includes:

  • English lesson for lower intermediate level (A2) (.pdf) – 10 pages
  • Answer Sheet (.pdf) – 4 pages
  • audio file (.mp3) – male voice

Presentation: (pages 2, 3)

  • 1. Listen to Aaron’s story and fill in the blanks.
  • (Listening comprehension exercise. Tells Aaron’s story whose car broke, and now he has to use the bus to get to work. Aaron doesn’t like buses. Is this Aaron’s lucky day?)

  • 2. Mark the statements T for true, F for false.
  • (This exercise checks how well the information from the previous exercise was understood.)

  • 3. Connect the activities with the pictures (vocabulary exercise).

Grammar Box (pages 4, 5)

  • full grammar explanations with graphics/ pictures.
  • suitable examples for the level matching the target vocabulary for the lesson
  • Remember! section for common mistakes, and exceptions to the rule.


Practice:(pages 6, 7, 8)

  • 1. Make positive if negative or negative if positive.
  • 8 sentences – some positive, some negative. The goal is to make the positive sentences negative, and the negative sentences positive. (Grammar practice exercise.)

  • 2. Correct the mistakes in the sentences.
  • (Grammar practice exercise. For example: “I has to be there at 5p.m.”)

  • 3. Make questions.
  • (Grammar practice exercise. )

Production (page 9) – 3 assignments. Work in pairs, a to-do-list to practice focus vocabulary, and a report

Credits (page 10)


 






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