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Teacher: |Room: 09| Observer: n/a|Expected numbers: 09|
Date & Time: 03/13/2012|Class level: Intermediate|
Context: Introduction of present perfect tense mainly answering the question, "Where have you been?", "What have you done?"| Teaching aids: Board and pens, sheet of rule|
Learner objectives:For the students to understand the correct usage of the present perfect tense.|Personal aims:To encourage students to participate and work in pairs/groups| Anticipated problems for students:Understanding present perfect tense|Solution:Use many examples as possible| Anticipated problems for teacher:Getting students to participate actively|Solution:Pairs/groups activities, ask questions to get students participate| Procedure|Phase|Timing|Interaction|
Begin the lesson by asking the students questions like, what are you favorite places to travel? What do you like about these places? Why?|Engage|5|T-S| Hand out pictures of different countries/places in the world to get students interested. Students will be likely to comment the pictures when I ask the question "what do you think of these places?"| |5|T-S| Give students a sheet of the rule for usage of present perfect tense. Go over the sheet with the students. Give students many examples of places I have been to and what I have done. Sentences could be like, "I have travelled to China", "In China, I have walked on the Great Wall of China for two miles." "I have been to Vietnam." "In Vietnam, I have eaten grasshoppers." All of these can be done by both writing on board and speaking. |Study|12|T-S| Explain clearly to the student the formations of present perfect tense, and the way sentences are constructed. Have the students think of the questions, where...
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