– These are short lessons on:
• ‘Introduction Icebreaker’ and Subject and Predicate.
• Simple Past Tense (adding -d or -ed to regular verbs)
• Simple Past Tense (double the consonant and add ‘-ed’ to verbs ending with a short vowel then a consonant; replace the ‘y’ with ‘i’ and add ‘-ed’ for verbs that end with a consonant then a -y)
• Simple Past Tense (irregular verbs)
• Simple Past Tense (verb be – was/were)
• Simple Present Tense (When to use the forms basic verb)
• Simple Present Tense (When to use verb + s/es)
• Simple Future Tense (When to use will + verb)
• Simple Future Tense (When to use be going to + verb)
• +BONUS Simple Tenses Review (Simple Past, Simple Present, & Simple Future)
• Prepositions of time, place, & direction
• Prepositional Phrases
• Articles (when to use ‘a’, ‘an’, and ‘the’)
– This lesson is designed to be taught to a young learner to a teen online who is learning English as a second language. The Lesson is designed to last 30 mins but can be made into a 60 min lesson with an extension.
– This lesson comes in PPT, PPTX, PDF, and Google Slide format
– This lesson is part of a 6 Unit series by ‘Easy English by Alexis’, it may be used as a standalone lesson or as part of a course
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