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TESOL Videos - How to Pronounce 'PROPENSITY' - English Pronunciation
In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word propensity. This word is a noun and refers to a natural tendency to behave in a particular way. Synonyms for propensity include tendency, inclination or proneness. The word comes from Latin 'propensus' meaning ‘inclined'.
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In this unit, I learned all about future tenses and how they are used. I also learned a great deal about ways to teach each tense. While I did learn about future simple, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous, be going + infinitive, present simple, and continuous, I made a lesson plan for the first tense. Target students: Intermediate Boomerang lesson Plan Goal of lesson: At the end of the lesson, the students will understand how to use future simple tense. Engage: Students will be engaged by saying what they will do on holiday. For example, \"subject\" + will + be + verb+ing or \"I will be surfing\", \"We will probably be fishing\", \"This time next week I'll be laying by the pool.\" Make sure to take note of any mistakes being made, but do not correct. Activate 1: Have students split in pairs and let them draw what they will do on their holiday in 3 to 5 pictures. Finally have them first, present what they will do over holiday to their partner, and then have their partner present in the front of the class on what their partner will be doing over holiday. For example, \"Evan will be swimming,\" \"He will be playing vollyball,\" etc. Study: Write down any mistakes on the board while students are present to their partner. Leave room for any additional mistakes while presenting in front of the class. Then, have the students correct the mistakes and provide explanations. Activate 2: Take all of the pictures drawn from all of the students and mix them up. give about four pictures to each student and have them make up a story board of what time imaginary person is going to do for holiday.