English Grammar - Future Simple - Teaching Ideas - Teach English Certification

 

http://www.teflcourse.net The future simple tense can be used for threats, promises and predictions. In this video we look at a teaching idea for the predictions usage. In pairs students are given a card with some prompts and responses. One student reads the prompt and the other responds with the given comment and their own sentence in the future simple tense. For example: Student 1: I've lost my shoe. Student 2: Don't worry. It'll turn up somewhere. For anyone wanting to teach English certification is the best route to take. An online TEFL course from ITTT will equip you with the skills needed to be successful in the classroom. Not only will it cover tenses such as the future simple featured in this video but it will also cover other grammar points such as modal verbs, reported speech etc. and teaching methodologies, classroom management and more. ///


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next.

This unit was very informative in the are of types of tests that can be used inside and outside the classroom, as well as their purposes. Assessing a students language level can be accomplished in a few different ways. These include tutorials, evaluation by students and tests. There are various types of external examinations which are designed for specific groups in mind.This unit introduced the tense system and the various kinds of present tenses in the English language. Common mistakes and errors made by students or English speakers on a daily basis were also noted in the unit content. Also, i have come to understand the vitality of the tenses in the English language, and how important it is for a teacher to understand them carefully.


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