Search Results for: Present Perfect

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Present Perfect & Present Perfect Continuous WR SP Practice

Intermediate level level

Students will practice the Present Perfect & Present Perfect Continuous through speaking and writing activities. I will start the class with a time line activity to introduce the topic followed by one brief presentation, and finish the class with a writing task. After each stage there will be some sort of questions asked to make sure students understood the grammar and to give them more time to practice their English .

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TP 5b

B2 level

In this lesson, students will practice using the present perfect and the present perfect continuous . they will learn how they are formed . When we use them and what is the difference between present perfect and the present perfect continuous . Students will be given many activities about both verbs . These activities include , scanning the previous reading text, arranging adverbs of time for present perfect and <b>simple</b> <b>past</b>, filling gaps with the correct form of these verb.

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Present Perfect Simple vs Present Perfect Continuous

Intermediate (b1) level

In this lesson students will focus on difference between Present Perfect <b>Simple</b> and Present Perfect Continuous tenses. Students will work on the text that they studied on in the previous class. After that they will test their knowledge about Present Perfect <b>Simple</b> and Present Perfect Continuous. They will finish the class with a writing practice that they haven't had for a long time.

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Relationships

Intermediate level

This lesson, students will practice using the present perfect and the present perfect continuous. They will learn how they are formed. When we use them and what is the difference between present perfect and the present perfect continuous. Students will be given many activities about both verbs. These activities include, scanning the previous reading text. Students will work on the text that they studied on in the previous class.

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Present perfect simple and present perfect continuous

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students will be introduced to the difference between present perfect continuous and present perfect <b>simple</b> through different activities in the context of their reading and listening exercises about relationships.After the exposure stage, providing context for the TL,they will start by doing a matching exercise, followed by a short explanation/clarification by the TA of the differences in the construction and use of these two tenses. They will review and think about the...

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Present Perfect Simple VS Present Perfect Continuous

Intermediate, b1 level

In this lesson, students will learn about the differences between Present Perfect <b>Simple</b> and Present Perfect Continuous through guided discovery based on a text used during the previous lesson. The lesson starts with a brief discussion about classmates. This is followed by the analysis of the model sentences found in the text. Finally there is some controlled (gap-fill exercises) and freer practice (a final speaking activity).

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Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about the Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive by reading about the couple who started the Lonely Planet travel books, Tony and Maureen Wheeler. They will also be provided worksheets, which I have created, and these will help them work out the rules for each of these verb tenses. Finally, a few concept questions will be given to make sure that understanding and full comprehension has taken place.

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Assessed TP 6

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will review and practice the present perfect and present perfect continuous tenses in a test-teach-test model in the context of the ocean. The students will begin with a quick review of present perfect and present perfect continuous.

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The grammar of present perfect continuous with the use of for and since

Intermediate level

Throughout this lesson, the focal point will be the functional use of present perfect continuous. The lesson will also highlight the use of for and since with time expressions. Moreover, the students will be able to identify certain stative verbs and understand that they must not be utilized in the present perfect continuous.

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Present Perfect Continuous and Present Perfect Simple

Intermediate level

In this lesson, the students will be able to differentiate between the present perfect continuous and the present perfect <b>simple</b> in usage. They will have a gab-fill exercise, they will discover the differences in the meanings, and then they will use those forms in speaking about their life changes.
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