Teaching adverbs of time to ESL students is actually really fun! The primary objective of this lesson plan is to introduce time adverbs that describe points and relationships in time. This lesson plan introduces four important adverbs - just, already, yet, and still. Your students will enjoy learning about this concept, as it will increase their fluency and understanding right away.
Adverbs of time at a glance
This pre-intermediate lesson plan starts with a review of some already familiar vocabulary like yesterday, tomorrow, and next year. Then, it continues by introducing the featured adverbs of time. Then, students will have ample opportunity to practice the target vocabulary by completing various activities. By the end of the lesson, your students will have a clearer understanding of these adverbs.
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As well, you can assign your students homework so they can review time adverbs after class.
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
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