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Hello ,

I am studying ELT at the university.
And as you can imagine we teach and arrange lessons from time to time.
And I feel like I'm stuck.


Here is my question..
How can I teach my students the "zero conditional"


The only part I might have trouble with is the beginning phase (the part when teachers set "context" or warmup)


How can I start an interesting lesson and engage students ?

Thanks
 
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emsr2d2

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Hello.

How can I teach my/other students the "zero conditional"? [STRIKE]zero"[/STRIKE]

The only part I might have trouble with is the beginning phase (the part when teachers set "context" or warmup).

How can I start an interesting lesson and engage students?

Thanks.

Welcome to the forum. :hi:

Please clarify why you need to teach anyone anything. Your profile says you are a student/learner, not a teacher. Are you an English teacher? Note my corrections to your post above.
 

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As Aaaaabbbbb says, she/he is an ELT student, training to be a teacher one day. Part of the course is planning and delivering lessons.

Moderators might want to move this thread to the Teaching English forum.
 

emsr2d2

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As Aaaaabbbbb says, she/he is an ELT student, training to be a teacher one day. Part of the course is planning and delivering lessons.

Moderators might want to move this thread to the Teaching English forum.

Post #1 says that now, but that information wasn't there when I replied.

Aaaaabbbbb, unless you are explicitly asked to, please don't edit a post after someone has responded. The part in quotes in post #2 now looks very odd!
 

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Yeah , sorry
 

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Yeah, sorry.
This post was unnecessary. Just click 'Thank' or 'Like' in the bottom left-hand corner of any post you find helpful.
 
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