The present perfect tense
To provide practice of The present perfect in the context of films , TV and books experiences.
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation , debate in the context of films,TV, books experiences .
Procedure (40-55 minutes)
T. shows a video of batman film then a picture and asks SS. the following questions : What do you see? Who is this ? Is it a film? Have you seen this film? Have you read the story ?
T. presents some sentences in present perfect tense and asks SS to underline the present perfect . T. asks SS to think about when we use the present perfect .T. gives some CCQ'S then explains the time line . T. shows the difference between the present perfect and the past simple. T. explains the irregular past participle and asks SS. to answer the exercise provided,First to think individually then to check together.
T. asks SS to look at the rule. The present perfect simple is used to talk about experiences people have had in theit lives. When it happened is not specified .It can be used with ever and never , e.g." Have you ever ? I've never ....? And asks SS. to discuss what they learn . T. asks : How I form the present perfect ? can we use contractions ?
T, gives instructions and asks SS to answer 2 (controlled and semi-controlled activities ) exercises in pairs in the breakout rooms. After T. clarifies the target language and discuss the mistakes.
T, asks SS. to answer the questions using the present perfect once in affirmative and once in negative form .
T. helps students to practice the context in speaking by answering the exercise and complete the table of discussion per group and correct their mistakes .