Present Perfect- Yet, just, already.
To provide clarification of the present perfect(Yet, already, just) and both negative and question forms, in the context of Family issues.
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of present perfect.
Procedure (46-50 minutes)
.I will start the lesson with the statement that " I have lost my passport"
I will ask the students more about the tense with CCQ questions. -when did I lose my passport? (past) - Did I find the passport? (no)
-I will ask the students to repeat the sentence and then write it on the board. and finally, I will draw a timeline to show them how the action started and when it finished.
I will draw a table with different forms of the present perfect (negative and question). and have some examples and ask the students to add more examples.
the students will be prepared for the first listening activity with the instructions and they listen for twice. the first time to understand the task and the second time to answer and say what each dialogue was about. they will work in pairs and check their answers in pairs.
They will complete the dialogue they heard earlier.
in the exercise, they have to underline (Yet, just, already), can you guess what they mean? I will give them more information about these three words through examples * Have you finished yet? (Until now) and that yet only comes at the end of the sentence and with negative and question forms. *I have just cleared the floor. (is to say that something had recently happened). * I have already done my homework. (something happened before now and it happened earlier than the question). p. 132
they will listen to the audio provided by the book and try to change all the positive forms to negative, and they will check their answers in pairs. 2,18
I will show them a picture for one minute they will have to memorize it, They will work individually and will have to check the list and decide whether to has already done the action or hasn't done the action yet. *He has already made the bed. *He hasn't made the bed yet.
Find someone who has eaten a frog! THE QUESTION - Have you eaten a frog? THE ANSWER: - Selma has eaten a frog. - No one in the class has eaten a frog.