- Notes (slides 3-4) or videos below to watch in their native languages that explain the past perfect. Worksheets from: English for Everyone. (This website has ALL tenses and combinations of tenses. LOVE IT!
Review the concept of past perfect and simple past by reviewing slide 8, and practicing speaking in slides 7-13. Then review further with Kahoot game with photos. Finally, students can complete worksheet in pairs or individually on slide 14.
Review with video. Students practice speaking on slide 15 and do writing on slide 17. Students present their work on slide 17. Further speaking practice available on slide 18.
Lesson 4 (optional project idea- no material for it)
I usually do a student timeline after this. I have students write 5 events from their lives using the simple past and past perfect. I also have them write 4 events in simple past, and 2 in past continuous as a review. With construction paper (old school) or as a PowerPoint / Prezi with technology, this has always been a fun way to have them create and then present. Usually takes 2 days.
For more practice with mixed past tenses, check out lessons on Simple Past & Past Continous
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