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  1.   Integrating Past Continuous - Past Tense Usage
English as 2nd Language HomeEducationEnglish as 2nd LanguageSearch over 1.4 million articles by over 600 expertsESLAbout.comSearch ESLStart LearningContinue LearningTeach ESL EmailPrint Filed In:Lesson Plans > Grammar Lessons Integrating Past Continuous Learning the basic structure and usage of the past continuous is usually not that difficult for most students. Unfortunately, this is not the case when it comes to actively integrating the past continuous, either in writing or in speaking. This lesson is aimed at helping students recognize the situations...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  2.   Future tense
Updated 20 November 2002, 12.47 Change Ron's tense from past to future Learning aims The function of verbs when considering tense. Transform a text from past to future tense. Introduction Verbs tell us whether something is happening now (present), has already happened (past) or is going to happen (future). Read through with the class the story Chamber of Secrets s...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Talking about Then and Now - Focus on Differences between Past and Present
...as 2nd Language HomeEducationEnglish as 2nd LanguageSearch over 1.4 million articles by over 600 expertsESLAbout.comSearch ESLStart LearningContinue LearningTeach ESL EmailPrint Filed In:Lesson Plans > Intermediate Lesson Plans Then and Now Getting students to talk about the differences between the past and present is a great way to get students using a variety of tenses and cementing their understanding of the differences and time relationships between the past simple, present perfect (continuous) and present simple tenses. This exercise is quite easy for students to understand and helps to get students thinking...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  4.   Christmas- Past Tense Mimes
Christmas and New Year Past Tenses Mimes Choose one of the actions below and mime it for your partner. Whenever they think they know which one you are miming you should stop the action and they should say what you were doing: You were visiting people You were shopping You were doing a spring clean You were watching a movie You were skating Yo...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  5.   Office Equipment Inventions- Past Tense Review
Guess the office equipment inventions past tense review Choose one of the typical pieces of office equipment below. Can your partner guess which one you have chosen just by asking Yes/ No questions? (E.g. Do you use it everyday?) Tippex (= correcting fluid= liquid paper) A pencil sharpener A hole punch Post its A Dictaphone (= voice recorder) A ruler A noti...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  6.   Past Tense Verbs
Title - Past Tense Verbs By - Tania Yap Primary Subject - Language Arts Secondary Subjects - Grade Level - 3-4 Time Period - 1 hour Objectives Pupils should be able to 1. understand that verbs can tell about actions that happened in the past. 2. name past tense verbs when given present verbs Strategies Direct Teaching, Individu...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Investigate and learn spellings of verbs with 'ed' (past tense), 'ing' (present tense) endings
...Revision of T18 & T20 (Recount not included in the Y2 framework) T11: ... write tongue-twisters or alliterative sentences; select words with care, re-reading and listening to their effect; S3: to use standard forms of verbs in speaking and writing, e.g. catch/caught, see/saw, go/went and to use the past tense consistently for narration; S4: to use commas in lists; Curricular Target: to write an Teacher: T18: to read recounts and begin to recognise generic structure, e.g. ordered sequence of events, use of words like first, next, after, when T20: to write simple recounts .., using the language of texts read as mode...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  8.   Language Project-Past tenses
#2479. Language Project-Past tenses Language, level: Senior Posted Fri Feb 1 06:52:47 PST 2002 by Leslie Rodriguez (Leslie.Rodriguez@fcps.edu). Hayfield SS, Alexandria, VA, USA Materials Required: Computer optional, poster matl's Activity Time: varies Concepts Taught: Past tenses This was originally a project in the future tense, for the level...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Past Tense Verbs
#2251. Past Tense Verbs Language, level: Elementary Posted Sun May 13 20:25:02 PDT 2001 by Tania Yap (ytu_7@yahoo.com). Singapore Activity Time: 1 hour Concepts Taught: Use of Past Tense Verbs Objectives Pupils should be able to 1. understand that verbs can tell about actions that happened in the past. 2. name past tense verbs...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  10.   Past tense
Updated 06 May 2003, 15.32 Learning aims The function of verbs when considering tense. Transform a text from future to past tense. Introduction Verbs tell us whether something is happening now (present), has already happened (past) or is going to happen (future). Read through with the class the story Top secret Potter 5 copies found in field. Click here for the story Explain that this story is writ...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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