English Grammar - Future Perfect Continuous - Teaching Ideas - Teach English Overseas

 

http://www.teflcourse.net The future perfect continuous is not used a lot in everyday English usage. However, it does come up in when your EFL students get more advanced and if you plan to teach English overseas it is important to have an understanding of the less frequently used tenses. As the future perfect continuous is not often used it can be a struggle to think up teaching ideas for it. The trainer in this video shows us one idea that can be used for the tense. For this activity the students conduct a survey to find out how long someone will have been doing something by a certain point in the future. For example: Student A: How long will you have been learning English by the end of next month? Student B: I will have been learning English for three years. To find a course that will help you to teach English overseas check out the link above. There you will find a number of courses tailored to meet the needs of most people wanting to become English teachers.


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Through this unit I've come to a better understanding about the way I should manage classes with my students. I find it important to know how to group the students according to each activity, when to have eye contact and when to avoid it, how to talk, and how to avoid spending too much time writing on the board. I also know now how to give instructions in a proper manner.Through this unit I learned the different acronyms for the different types of English teaching. I thought there was only the TEFL when starting this course and have learned that there are different types for different types of people. I also learned what the appropriate age for young learners is along with what you might expect in a classroom when teaching young learners.


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