When you ask a fourth grader to write a sentence in the past perfect progressive tense, there might be some confusion. But with a presentation that features several different verb tenses, along with examples and a handy timeline, your class easily identifies the ways to describe actions that have happened, will happen, or are continuing to happen.
- Have learners write example sentences for each verb tense, using their weekly vocabulary words
- Encourage the class to create a timeline like the one in the slides to demonstrate something they have been doing, something they have done, and something they will be doing
- Doesn't include practice slides or activities for learners; however, use the worksheets or assignments you have as a follow-up for the presentation
- Features many different tenses, including simple past, present, and future; past perfect, present perfect, and future perfect; past progressive, present progressive, future progressive; and past perfect progressive, present perfect progressive, and future perfect progressive
- Each slide is clear and explanatory
- Some learners may find it difficult to focus on the text-heavy slides