Do your students understand the nuts and bolts of the past perfect? Are you a little tired of writing on the board and then having your students write on worksheets (which you then need to check)? I think you're going to love this!
This PDF is set up to run like a powerpoint presentation. It uses the SAME information from the past perfect portion of my past perfect tenses grammar guide
and the worksheets that go with that section of that resource have been adapted so that you can have the whole class working together (or individually if that's what you want). If paper and ink are a concern, this is the answer!
(in order of appearance):
✔ 13 slide introduction to the past perfect
✔ 1 slide review prompt
✔ 6 sets of sentences for students to examine and identify which action/event came first
✔ 15 sentences with blanks for students to fill in with either the positive or negative past perfect form of the given verbs (students must use context clues)
✔ 8 statements/situations where students must give appropriate explanations using the past perfect.
What this doesn't include:
This includes much of the SAME material as the past perfect portion of my past perfect tenses grammar guide
. Consider purchasing this if you want more ways to present the material. Do not purchase if you are looking for entirely different content.
This is INCLUDED
in my ⚡⚡ MEGA Grammar BUNDLE
⚠️This could come in handy: View a PDF Like a PowerPoint!
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