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0:03 Setting a (3 min) context 0:03 Test (3 min) 0:02 Feedback (2 min) 0:05 Language (5 min) Analysis

To warm students up and get Ask students to talk in pairs about traveling. They can ask questions like How long them using the TL have you been living in SF? Where are you from? Where have you traveled, other than the States? Which countries have you been to? Find out how much students Ask students to work in pairs to choose the right sentences in the present perfect tense know about the TL or present perfect continuous tense for the corresponding pictures. To give the correct answers Ask individual students their answers

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Students try to figure out the Ask students to work in pairs and analyze the sentences in the first task and answer rules for usage of the TL questions about the rules of using present perfect tense and present perfect continuous tense. Ask individual students their answers and why they chose them. Also, clarify doubts and explain rules at this point of time.

0:05 Feedback and Ensure students know the (5 min) Clarification rules of using TL 0:05 Test (5 min) 0:04 Feedback (4 min) 0:10 (10 min)

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To test whether students haveGive students a dialogue to complete by conjugating the missing verbs in the present understood the TL perfect tense or the present perfect continuous tense. Ensure students got the right Ask individual students their answers. Also, clarify any doubts about the rules of using answers present perfect tense and present perfect continuous tense at this point of time. Ask students to form groups of 4. Give each group a picture and ask them to make a story about that picture. Remind them to use the present perfect tense and present perfect continuous tense.

Free Speaking Ensure students use the TL Activity correctly in free speaking

True or False
1. The present perfect simple tense links the past with the present. 2. The present perfect continuous tense links the present with the future. 3. The present perfect continuous tense shows continuation of an action (like in example 1). 4. The present perfect simple tense shows that an action is instant or complete (like in example 3). 5. The present perfect continuous is used to emphasize 'how long' the action took (like in example 1). 6. The present perfect simple tense is used to emphasize the number of times an action has taken place. 7. The main verb is in its past participle form in the present perfect simple tense. e.g. I've broken the glass. 8. The main verb is in its present participle form in the present perfect continuous tense. e.g. I've been sitting here all day. 9. In the present perfect simple tense, sentences have the following form: Subject + has/have been + Main verb-ing 10. In the present perfect continuous tense, sentences have the following form: Subject + has/have been + Main verb-ing

Present Perfect Tense


used to emphasize completion of an action e.g. I have walked the dog.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense


used to emphasize the action, not the completion e.g. I have been walking the dog.

used for actions that are naturally instant e.g. Oh no! Ive broken a glass. used for actions that naturally have a duration e.g. I have been walking the dog all morning. used for past actions that happened recently and are still in the news e.g. She has won a medal. to state the amount of times an action took place e.g. She has won this competition every year since 1999. Used to express that an action is completed or to emphasize the result. e.g. I have walked the dog. used for actions that continue into the present e.g. I have been walking the dog all morning. to state the length of time or to state "how long" the action took place. e.g. I have been walking the dog all morning. Used to emphasize the duration or continuous course of an action. e.g. I have been walking the dog all morning.

The result is more important than the activity itself e.g. I have walked the The activity is more important than the result. e.g. I have been walking dog. the dog.

Grammar rules for the present prefect tense:


Subject + Auxiliary verb (has/have) + Auxiliary verb (been) + Main verb (past participle) The main verb uses the verb form past participle/V3. Negative sentences - "not" is added between the Auxiliary Verb and the main verb Questions - the auxiliary verb comes before the subject

Grammar rules for the present prefect continuous tense:


Subject + Auxiliary verb (has/have) + Auxiliary verb (been) + Main verb-ing The auxiliary verb "to be" always stays in the V3/past participle form (been). - ing to added to the base form the main verb. Negative statements - add "not" between the auxiliary verb "have" and the the auxiliary verb "been". Questions - the order is change the order the auxiliary verb "have" comes before the subject.

Martin: I think the waiter (forget) _______________________ us. We (wait) _______________________ here for over half an hour and nobody (take) _______________________ our order yet. Karen: I think you're right. He (walk) _______________________ by us at least twenty times. He probably thinks we (order, already) _______________________. Martin: Look at that couple over there, they (be, only) _______________________ here for five or ten minutes and they already have their food. Karen: He must realize we (order, not) _______________________ yet! We (sit) _______________________ here for over half an hour staring at him. Martin: I don't know if he (notice, even) _______________________ us. He (run) _______________________ from table to table taking orders and serving food. Karen: That's true, and he (look, not) _______________________ in our direction even once. Martin: Oh wait, I know why he (completely, ignore) _______________________ us. We are wearing our invisibility cloaks!

Select the correct tense in the following sentences:


1. I have looked/been looking for my glasses all morning but I haven't found them yet. 2. How long have you played/been playing the guitar? 3. We have learned/been learning English for five years. 4. I have tried/been trying to study all morning but I just can't concentrate. 5. It has just stopping/stopped raining. 6. The kids have danced/been dancing in the rain all morning. 7. George has/have been our neighbor for years. 8. Have you ever been/being to Peru? ``