English Lesson - Future Perfect Tense

 

In this lesson Iban covers the future perfect tense. After warming the students up with a memory game, he moves onto to present the lesson. He ends the lesson with activities to give the students practice using the language point he has taught.


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Unit seven's focus was on vocabulary, grammar, and their functions. I personally learned quite a bit on the criteria required when selecting vocabulary. We need to consider how often the students use the language, how useful is to to the students and the task at hand, and its teach-ability – or how/which levels of vocabulary to introduce according to each student.In this unit,i have come across many different equipments and teaching aids such as interactive whiteboard,video cameras,DVD/CD players,OHPs,overhead projectors and cassette recorder,that can be find in the classroom ,when and how to use them ,that can make our lessons more interesting and effective as well as some of their advantages and disadvantages when using them.