The Present Perfect Tense - Simplified
In this blog post I have created an infographic to simplify the Present Perfect tense, my objective is to make this tense less intimidating for students. Students arrive with a built in aversion to the Present Perfect tense and generally speaking they find it illogical and confusing. I have experimented with a number of different ways of teaching the Present Perfect tense: I've tried combining it with the Present Perfect Continuous, contrasting it with the Past Simple and teaching just one…
The Ultimate List of Free Grammar Games
Looking for free grammar games to make teaching fun? This list of games for teaching parts of speech, punctuation, and writing will provide fun all year!
Board Game: What are they doing? (Present continuous)
With this board game, learners will practise the PRESENT CONTINUOUS in an enjoyable way. Every square provides a picture clue (focus on SPORTS and daily routine). Every time a correct answer is given, the game can be used as a communicative activity whereby players ask each follow-up questions. LetÂ´s make learning fun! - ESL worksheets
Present perfect tense – grammar explanation
Some time ago I presented here an infographics on present perfect tense. This infographic contains a lot of interesting information but when I tried to teach the present perfect tense using it, I foun...
**SPEAKING PROMPTS** | PAST simple/continuous practice |32 cards| FUN CONVERSATION ACTIVITY - ESL worksheet by Bruna Dutra
** PRINTER-FRIENDLY ** A picture-oriented approach to practicing the PAST SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS. It includes 32 cards based on pictures to create a scenario where the students describe what happened and the teacher can ask follow-up questions and enhance communication and English use in class. It was lots of fun to me and my students because it stimulated their criativity while reinforcing grammar structures. Hope yours like it too.