Positively Personalising the Present Perfect

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An affirming way of practising the present perfect – as you can see students were first asked to write three of their achievements ( for some this was arriving on time in class!), they then asked questions to find each other’s achievements and reported back to the class.

Fun, positive, and activity that improved the class atmosphere, and I’ve learnt a little more about my students – which is always a good thing.

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About fabenglishteacher

I've been teaching English for a few years now and this blog is part of my never-ending quest to make learning English more fun, and easier for my students.
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