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Infographic: for and since with present perfect. Padlet is the easiest way to create and collaborate in the world. Plantilla. Present Simple and Past Simple. Irregular verbs straightforward #2 - Games to learn English. As students reacted very positively to the first post on irregular verbs I am going to continue with teaching the irregular verbs in this way.
Once again I am going to teach 24 irregular verbs with their past tense and past participle. The verbs are divided into two groups of 12 and there are separate worksheets and videos for teaching them. ADVERT: If you are a teacher you do not have to use all of the activities and worksheets below. However, if you are a student I recommend that you complete all the worksheets and activities. Irregular verbs #2 – video. Irregular verbs straightforward - Games to learn English. I have already tried teaching irregular verbs in many ways.
I have tried irregular verbs associative method, irregular verbs listening drill, irregular verbs in context and many others. However, the results were not very good. Only about half of the students know the verbs. That is why in my next four posts I would like to present 100 irregular verbs straightforward. Past participles - divided according to the pronunciation - Games to learn English. Last week I taught passive and present perfect tense.
I thought that I was well prepared but in both cases we encountered one big problem. The students could not form the past participles correctly. So they fought with the past participles and completely ignored the grammar taught. So now I know that we have to deal with past participles before we return to the two grammatical points again. That is why I have prepared this post. Past participles – mind map Here I try to track some regularities in forming the past participles in English.
Past participles are not as difficult as they seem. Avicii - The Days (Lyric Video) Online voice recorder. TEFL at Eslbase.com - Information, help and advice to Teach English as a Foreign Language. English Phonetic Transcription) Text to Phonetics. Core and Quirks. How to introduce the pronunciation chart to your class.
The phonemic chart (‘pron chart’) is to pronunciation what the whiteboard is to vocabulary and grammar: it is the essential workbench on which you work things out, experiment, analyse, clarify, check, test, gain insight, understand and create.
However, the pron chart needs some introduction. It needs ‘putting into circulation’. You can do this two ways: Through the front door by directly teaching the sounds on the chart, and making up words and phases, or through the back door, by making use of sounds and words occurring naturally in the lesson and showing them on the chart (“….by the way this is what you just said….”). Once the student (and you) know their way round the chart you can get on with using it to integrate pronunciation anytime in any lesson. Here is a mix of front door and back door ways of introducing the chart: use all of them in any order and make more of your own. 2.
. . - simply indicate that sound on the chart - tell them “What you just said is this…”, 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. Introduction to Teaching Pronunciation Workshop - Adrian Underhill (COMPLETE) Phonemic-Chart.jpg (JPEG Image, 1755 × 1240 pixels) - Scaled (58%) Simple Present. Simple Past: Verb to Be III. 553841.article.