This lesson contains 43 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 2 videos.
Lesson duration is: 60 min
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Welcome to Unit 6: lesson 2!
Slide 1 - Slide
Questions about the text about Prince Philip?
Reading text "How we met..." (Think p. 60)
Reading exercises 1 + 2 (Think p. 60)
Recap Past Simple affirmative and negatives
Explanation questions in the Past Simple
Grammar exercise 1 & 3 (Think p. 61)
Extra practice with questions in the Past Simple
Check your knowledge
Slide 2 - Slide
Read "How we met..." on page 60 of your Think book quickly.
Slide 3 - Slide
Reading exercise 1 (page 60):
Complete the sentences on the next two slides.
Slide 4 - Slide
1. Richard and Sharon met for the first time on ....
Slide 5 - Open question
2. The second time they met, they went ....
Slide 6 - Open question
Reading exercise 2 (page 60):
Read the article again. Put the events in the order they happened. Write down your answers on the next slide.
Slide 7 - Slide
Write the numbers before the letters. Note it down as follows: number-a number-b, etc.
Slide 8 - Open question
Nog een keer in het kort: Past Simple in bevestigende zinnen
Om aan te geven dat iets in het verleden is gebeurd.
Met -ed OF een onregelmatigevorm.
Yesterday, last week, last month, two days ago, four days ago, months ago, etc.
He walked her home last night.
I talked to him on the phone yesterday. She swam a lot in her spare time.
The math teacher taught us a lot.
Slide 9 - Slide
Past Simple in ontkennende zinnen
Past simple negatives
I didn't likedogs.
The teacher didn't talk all day.
The woman didn'tscream very loudly.
Look! Sorry, I didn't see it.
She didn't swima lot in her spare time.
The math teacher didn't teach us much.
Slide 10 - Slide
Past Simple in vraagzinnen
Het allerbelangrijkste om te weten over vragen in de Past Simple is dat een vraag begint met “did” (of een wh-vraagwoord gevolgd door “did”), dan volgt het onderwerp en hierna volgt het hele werkwoord:
Did - onderwerp - hele werkwoord
Slide 11 - Slide
Omdat het hulpwerkwoord (“do” --> "did") al in de verleden tijd staat hoeft/mag het werkwoord NIET meer in de verleden tijd staan!
Je zegt dus: Did I work yesterday?
en NIET Did I worked yesterday?
Slide 12 - Slide
Het werkwoord “to be” heeft in de verleden tijd 2 vormen: was & were. Wanneer “was” of “were” in de zin staat kun je hier de vraag mee beginnen en heb je geen “did” nodig.
Bv. She was ill yesterday.
Was she ill yesterday?
En dus NIET: Did she is ill yesterday?
Slide 13 - Slide
Examples Past Simple in vraagzinnen
Past simple questions
Did you like dogs?
Did the teacher talk all day?
Did the woman scream very loudly?
Did you see that seagull stealing my fries?
Did she swim a lot in her spare time?
Did the math teacher teach us much?
Slide 14 - Slide
Need extra explanation?
If you think questions in the Past Simple are still a bit difficult, watch the explanation in the video in the next slide.
Slide 15 - Slide
Slide 16 - Video
Grammar exercise 1
Past Simple questions
Think page 61
Make the exercise on the next slides.
Slide 17 - Slide
Put the words in order to make a question: 1. do / did / what / you / ?
Slide 18 - Open question
Put the words in order to make a question: 2. did / you / meet / how / ?
Slide 19 - Open question
Put the words in order to make a question: 3. friend / show / take / you / a / to / did / the / ?
Slide 20 - Open question
Grammar exercise 3
Past Simple questions
Think page 61
Note down your answers on the next slide.
Slide 21 - Slide
Match the questions and answers of exercise 3. Note it down as follows: 1-letter 2-letter, etc
Slide 22 - Open question
More practice with Past Simple questions
Turn the sentences on the following slides into Past Simple questions. Good luck!
Example: She played handball. > Did she play handball?
Slide 23 - Slide
Form the question: 1. He brought his friend.
Slide 24 - Open question
Form the question: 2. She was sick.
Slide 25 - Open question
Form the question: 3. They lived in Boston.
Slide 26 - Open question
Form the question: 4. He ate his toast.
Slide 27 - Open question
Form the question: 5. We were at the beach.
Slide 28 - Open question
Form the question: 6. Susan bought a new car.
Slide 29 - Open question
Form the question: 7. We got up early.
Slide 30 - Open question
Form the question: 8. Sam slept well last night.
Slide 31 - Open question
Form the question: 9. Jack was at home this morning.
Slide 32 - Open question
Form the question: 10. Peter stayed out late.
Slide 33 - Open question
Now test yourself on questions in the Past Simple
To see how well you master questions the Past Simple, click here for an online test. Ready? Make a print screen of your results and send them in in the next 2 slides.
Slide 34 - Slide
Send in the picture of the first half of your answers.
Slide 35 - Open question
Send in the picture of the second half of your answers.
Slide 36 - Open question
Questionsabout your test?
If you have questions about your test, take a picture of your incorrect answer and come and ask your question in the Teams class or in class if you are at school.
Slide 37 - Slide
Well done you!
If your time is up, you may stop here. If you still have time left and feel like doing a creative assignment: go to the next slides.
Or, if you have just a little time left, only watch the video. I think it has a beautiful message.
Slide 38 - Slide
Watching and listening assignment
Watch the video on the next slide. - Write down as many Past Simple forms as you can. - You may stop the video as often as you like.
- Now pick (kies) two colours.
- Colour all the regular verbs one colour and the irregular verbs another colour.
Slide 39 - Slide
Slide 40 - Video
Send in a photo of all the past simple forms you found in the video.
Slide 41 - Open question
If you would like an answer sheet for this listening assignment, please send me a personal message.
Slide 42 - Slide
Homework Monday the 19th of April
- Make sure you have chosen a book and handed in your title at opdrachten in Magister.
- Finish this lesson up to and including slide 38.
- Study the word list of unit 6: see "studiewijzers" in Magister.