TP7 - Grammar
To provide clarification of Present perfect simple with just, already and yet in the context of Life events
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a Conversation in the context of Life events using just, already, and yet
Procedure (43-49 minutes)
Welcome students Share screen with TP7 Slides with question: What is one thing that you planned to do today? Tell us 1 thing that you planned to do today. Did you do it?
Continue screen share of TP7 Slides: Facebook posts Say: read the facebook posts. Say: Today we are going to learn about the present perfect simple with JUST, ALREADY, and YET. Where did we see JUST, ALREADY and YET in the Facebook posts?
Continue screen share of TP7 Slides: Questions What did you JUST do before class? What is 1 thing that you ALREADY did today? Have you learned the Present Perfect Simple YET?
Place link of TP7 MFPA quiz in chat. Say: In the chat is a link to a quiz that will help us to understand the present perfect simple and when we use JUST, ALREADY, and YET. You have 10 minutes to complete the quiz. You do NOT have to click submit at the end. Ask CCQs: What is the quiz going to help us learn? The present perfect simple and when to use just, already and yet. How much time do you have to complete the quiz? 10 min. Do you click submit at the end? NO Say: open the link and complete the quiz Bring students back and review quiz highlighting MFPA. Choral drill JUST, ALREADY, YET in sentences on quiz.
Send link of TP7 controlled practice form to chat. Say: in the chat is a link to help us use what we just learned about the present perfect simple with just, already, and yet. I'm going to send you to breakout rooms to do this practice with a partner. Click on the link, read the instructions, and complete the questions with your partner. You have 6 minutes then we will go over it together. Please do NOT click submit at the end. Ask CCQs: Do you click submit at the end? NO Can you look back at the MFPA quiz to remind you of how to make the present perfect simple and where we use just, already and yet? Yes Should each partner fill out the form? Yes Bring students back and have individual students write the answers in the chat to discuss.
Say: Now we are going to practice using the present perfect simple with just, already, and yet. I'm going to Send you to breakout rooms and put a link in the chat. Take turns asking each other the questions in the link and answering using the present perfect simple with just, already, and yet. You have 8 minutes to talk. Ask CCQs: Does each person ask each question and respond to each question? Yes Should you use the present perfect simple with just, already, and yet? Yes How long do you have to talk? 8 minutes. Send students to breakout rooms. Listen in each group for language use and any corrections. Bring students back and do a delayed feedback and correction.