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I need to write how I would teach(going to+verb) 150-200words.I have just started a new course,and Im a little frustrated because I cant seem to get started on this,if I had students in front of me,I feel confident I could teach it.Can someone please give me examples of how I would write this....
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hey i have done what module is it and question?
Thanks Chris,it is checkpoint 3,Teaching the Language,no.11 I really appreciate,your help,just need a kick start,so to speak.
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Hi,

You can use 'going to + verb' in the following situations.

1. An action in the near future that has already been planned or prepared .

2. A conclusion regarding the immediate future .

Thanks.
Thanks Tom.
Toms MathewHi,

You can use 'going to + verb' in the following situations.

1. An action in the near future that has already been planned or prepared .

2. A conclusion regarding the immediate future .

Thanks.

Hi

I am also really stuck on this question,
it says you have to write 150-200 words and outline your lesson plan using the following headlines as a guideline

Warmer / Lead in

Presentation (in a suitable context) and drilling 
Controlled practice activity 
Production (a personalised communicative activity). 


I am absolutely and completely lost off, i don't have a clue where to start, it's just not sinking in for me.

I would really really love some help!!!

THANK YOU!!!!
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Anon:
The first thing you want to do is to pick a subject that you will be teaching. If your teacher didn't give you a list of topics, then you have to imagine something for yourself.
Think about the classes you have taken in the past. In which class did you learn the most? What is your favorite subject?

How would you teach this subject to a group of people?
got the same problem... Emotion: sad
hi how did you get on with your request for help re Prepare Lesson Plan? I'm stuck on this one now!
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