The students in this class are non-native English speakers living in Bogotá, Colombia where Spanish is their first language. They have had 2 to 3 years of English experience, but they have only learned in the classroom environment. They are low to moderately low ability levels and are only 12- 14 years old, or 6th and 7th graders. There is a mix of boys and girls in each class with about 25 students each period, so it is important to maintain attention and keep them engaged in the content. The intended outcome of this lesson is for students to recognize irregular past tense verbs when they are written in sentence and also begin to use them in their own sentence construction. In order to keep them engaged, the lesson will be taught using a lot of student involvement. The lesson will require volunteers to participate in verb conjugation on the board and then they will work in groups to analyze a song from American culture, trying to locate all of the irregular verbs.