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This unit was about the subgroups that help make-up the ''present tense''. Each subgroup consistently comprised of content covering the following: 1. Form- describing each tense, defining their rules, as well as giving a good understanding of how "x" can be potentially used 2. Usage- Placing said tenses in proper sentences, and revealing exceptions 3. Typical Student Errors- going over mistakes that are often made by students and being able to give clear direction from that point on- also, being prepared as a teacher to predict certain mistakes in advance 4. Teaching Ideas- ideas given by the course that may be used during the Active Stage of the lesson in real-life situations Further listings were added beneath the "Form" category: a. Affirmative- using the tense in the affirmative (i.e. Present Simple- "I eat ___") b. Negative- using the tense in the negative (i.e. Present Continuous- "She is not eating." c. Question- using the tense as a question (i.e. Present Perfect Continuous- "How has she been standing for so long?"" There were 4 different present tenses that were talked about in this unit: 1. Present Simple- the sentence and verb in its most basic and simplest form 2. Present Continuous- adding "am/is" and (for the majority of situations) -ing to the end of your verb 3. Present Perfect- adding ''have/has'' before the past tense version of the verb (i.e. write-written) 4. Present Perfect Continuous- these types of sentences are still in the present tense but often times mention past activities and how it relates to the present Finally, the unit closed with task sheets, worksheets for you to practice on your own.