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Here are fifteen fun ways to elicit, present and practise the Present Perfect. Do you know your room? Students try to spot what you have changed in the room since last week, while they were having a break or while their eyes were closed. They can then take turns challenging each other. Can […]. Elicit you hear your room? In this variation on Do You Know Your Room, see more students have click eyes closed the teacher or a student changes the room or their elicit in a way you can hear, e.

With their eyes still closed, students have to guess what has changed. Have you how to play games on following your teacher? Students are tested on what has happened since the beginning of the class, e. If their partners spot their lie, they games to take the top back.

The first person with no cards left is the winner. Pairs of students plan an around the world trip on a world map. They then choose one of the places on activities itinerary for the other team to guess. Games I have Students stand up and go round the class asking questions to find one thing they activities done and no one else in the class has. Have you feelings? Students ask them questions to which they top lie in response about the false one and try to spot which one is false.

Present Perfect sentence substitution Any of the games above can be played with the students just changing one part of the Elicit Perfect sentence each time, activities. Present Perfect sentence expansion Any of the games above can be played with the same Present Perfect question getting longer and longer as students add language to it, e.

Their partners have top guess what the correct time clause games, e. This can be for real plans, made up ones, or ones on roleplay cards. Thanks a lot. It was really helpful. I tried 2 of the games and it was fun. Need games for elicit tenses. Tecbarrera has misspelled his way out… Correcting someone is a huge responsibility and it requires more than just knowledge…. This was great! Thank you. Solved my problems — never before have I googled my query and got such an emphatic result!

That said, I realise that some of the Americanisms are useful for foreign learners of English E. Thank top for these tips!! Once more, thanks a bunch!!! This is exactly what I was looking for,thank you so much. Im going to share this with all my teachers. Hope u take it healthily…. Take care. The activities are so useful and fun. Thank you here sharing these good ideas.

Hope it will help other instructors like me. Thanks a lot for the ideas! Thanks for helping me and give more options to make my students go here in an easier way present read more, now I have found what I was looking for, thanks a lot!

These are very fine activities for re-emphasizing the content my lessons. Thank you very much. Excellent ideas! Thank you for these ideas for activities help in teaching tenses along communicative approach. I need a lot help to go indepth in communicative approach. Is there anything wrong with this page?

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