In this video lesson the teacher covers the present perfect continuous tense. Iban starts the lesson with a memory game to help get the students engage in the lesson and thinking and speaking in English. He then goes on to present his lesson on the present prefect continuous tense before finishing the lesson with activities to get the students to use the language they have learned.
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This was a very useful example for how to structure a lesson plan. The guides and approaches to the activities were real life examples of what could be done or handed out to students in a practical classroom setting, and the step-by-step process through which the lesson is carried out is very enlightening. Overall I'd say it help me visualize an actual lesson in the classroom.Similarly to the unit about the present tenses, unit 6 presents the past tenses in a very clear way. The explanations concerning the past perfect tense were simple but eye opening, especially for non-native speakers who tend to be confused due to the influence of L1. Finally the activate stage samples gave me a precise picture of how a lesson about this topic should look like.