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INTERMEDIATE REINFORCEMENT 2

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GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
{subject+have/has+past participle}
I have eaten
You have eaten
He
has
eaten
She
has
eaten
It
has
eaten
We have eaten
They have eaten
I have not eaten
You have not eaten
He
has
not eaten
She
has
not eaten
It
has
not eaten
We have not eaten
They have not eaten
Have I eaten?
Have you eaten?
Has
he eaten?
Has
she eaten?
Has
it eaten?
Have we eaten?
Have they eaten?
Positive
Negative
Questions
Contraction: I've eaten. I haven't eaten
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Present Perfect
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
[Subject+ Have/has + been + present participle]
I have been eating
You have been eating
He has been eating
She has been eating
It has been eating
They have been eating
We have been eating
I have not been eating
You have not been eating
He has not been eating
she has not been eating
It has not been eating
They have not been eating
We have not been eating
Have I been eating?
Have you been eating?
Has he been eating?
Has she been eating?
Has it been eating?
Have they been eating?
Have we been eating?
Positive
Negative
Question
Present Perfect Progressive
PRESENT PERFECT
& ITS RULES
MAKE UP A
STORY
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
Review stars/goal/melody and have all students practice the repetitions
AUTOMATIC
Fluency
?
Linking words:


60 seconds non-stop
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question for today using the tense learned.

1.
2.
3.
CHAMPIONS
BE THE

Recovery
TIME
Discipline check
S1
S2
COMPETITION
PRESENT PERFECT
NEGATIVE FORM
Make groups and win the following game!
Be a champion before the weekend!
Complete the following exercises THEN
watch the video.
Learn the rules of present perfect tense, you
have 15 minutes!
APPLY THE
RULES
PRESENT PERFECT
QUESTIONS
Answer in couples the following questions
You have 5 minutes to complete the following activity
Make couples and practice negatives sentences!

Read the following instructions!
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/tenses/present_perfect_negation.htm


THEN:
Listen to the audio and select the correct option

FROM RULES
TO ROLE PLAYS
Coach: Read the instructions and set the expectations.
SEARCH AND
DESTROY
You have 10 minutes to FIND the mistakes and CORRECT them!
SUPERLATIVES &
EXERCISES
Complete the following exercises
FINAL
RECAP
Structure:
(+) [has/have + past participle]
(-) [hasn’t/haven’t + past participle]
(?) [Have you + past participle + ?]
Present Perfect
We use the Present Perfect to say that an action happened at an unspecified time before now. The exact time is not important. You CANNOT use the Present Perfect with specific time expressions such as: yesterday, one year ago, last week, when I was a child, when I lived in Japan, at that moment, that day, one day, etc. We CAN use the Present Perfect with unspecific expressions such as: ever, never, once, many times, several times, before, so far, already, yet, etc.

OTHER USES:
Experiences:
I have been to France/ He hasn't traveled by train
Change Over Time:
You have grown since the last time I saw you!/ You have become the most important person in my life!
Accomplishments:
Our son hasn’t learned how to read/ Have soccer players won the match yet?

broken a bone?
been on the radio or on television?
stayed awake for an entire night?
broken something, like a window, and ran away?
went sky diving, bungee jumping, or parasailing?
talked on the phone for more than two hours?
had a friend who shared the same birthday as you?
been out in the rain and really enjoyed it?
had something embarrassing happen to you?
had a near-death experience?
gotten in trouble at school or at church?
helped someone who was in danger?
worn the same underwear two days in a row?
drank soda pop, laughed, and had it come out your nose?

In couples, Each student will make up a story about a country they have been. Telling what they have enjoyed and experiences about that country. BE CREATIVE, USE A LOT OF VOCABULARY.



1. good
2. pretty
3. far
4. bad
5. small
6. expensive
7. nice
8. old
9. comfortable
10. young

Complete with a superlative adjective and all the necessary words.
1. London is ...................................... (large) city in England.
2. Cheetahs are ................................ (fast) animals in the world.
3. Whales are ..................................... (big) animals.
4. San Francisco is ......................................... (beautiful) city in the United States.
5. Summer is .......................................(good) season of the year.

VERY IMPORTANT
USES OF THE TENSE
Learn the rules of present perfect tense, you
have 15 minutes!
An Uncompleted Action You Are Expecting.
We often use the Present Perfect to say that an action which we expected has not happened. Using the Present Perfect suggests that we are still waiting for the action to happen.

Examples:
James has not finished his homework yet/ Susan hasn't mastered Japanese, but she can communicate/ Has Bill arrived to the airport?.

Multiple Actions at Different Times.
We also use the Present Perfect to talk about several different actions which have occurred in the past at different times. Present Perfect suggests the process is not complete and more actions are possible.

Examples:
The army has attacked that city five times/ I haven’t had a pizza party since last summer/ Have we had many major problems while working on this project?

AFTER: Watch the video
I have been to...
I have never seen...
I have eaten hotels before, but not like that one!

Work in couples and write 10 questions using present perfect and write the answers of your partner. Then Act it out!


1. I’ve already putted my books into my bag.

2. She been in California before.

3. Your brother ever climbed Mount Everest?

4. He’s just began a new book.

5. I haven’t travel to Italy before.

6. Your uncle have just eaten a Chinese dish.

7. Jeremy has hitted my head.

8. He gone to London.

9. You ever eaten any Indian dish?

10. George’s just drank his coffee.


Choose one student at the time to go to the front and give a brief explanation about present perfect and its structure. (10 minutes)
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