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TESOL Videos - Overview of All English Tenses - Present Tenses - Present Perfect Continuous - Board Game
There's another activity for comparing and contrasting the tenses focusing here in this activity on the present perfect and the present perfect continuous. So in the activity, students will start at the start and roll a die. Perhaps they can roll a 5. They will read 'something you've been learning for a long time'. The appropriate sentence may be 'I've been learning English for a long time.' The next student may go and roll 4. They read 'a beautiful place you've visited.' Then, rather than the present perfect continuous, they would use the present perfect tense: 'I visited Paris.' You can encourage students to even ask follow-up questions, which would also include other tenses: 'What was so beautiful about Paris?' Now, this activity will be particularly good for your more advanced students who are capable of using various tenses accurately. It's also good in the beginning of your course when students perhaps don't know each other very well and they're using this as a way to learn about their past experiences.
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Planning lessons plays an important role within the procedures of teaching and learning. Lesson planning is generally subject to controversy since there have been debatable arguments on whether or not planning lessons should be implemented by EFL teachers. More precisely, while some suggests that lesson planning should be done; other advocates that it restricts flexibility and freedom of learners? choice. However, it is argued that preparing for a lesson is of use as long as the latter goes smoothly and flexibly. It is crystal clear that planning lessons generates more organization and comprehension for learners throughout the period of the lesson. Broadly speaking, lesson planning assists teachers to reconsider and prepare inevitable principles such as aid planning, documents, and record. For further illustration, aid planning acts as the objectives and aims that teachers desire to achieve by the end of the lesson. Documents refer to materials and activities being implemented during the lesson and record means the language points and/or activities being covered. Practically speaking, when writing down the lesson planning; EFL teachers ought to bear the following criteria. Planning lessons is supposed to be simple, flexible, and structured in terms of structure and time. Accordingly, EFL teachers? planning lessons should abide by the following standards: learner and teacher obj