Tagged: grammar

Past Perfect Tense 14

How to teach the past perfect

How to teach the past perfect It is easier to teach the past perfect than to teach the present perfect. The past perfect is clearly situated in the past. This can even be represented...

Prepositions of place 9

How to teach prepositions of place?

Lesson plan on how to teach prepositions of place Prepositions of place are function words that English language students cannot do without. These prepositions are not difficult to teach. This lesson plan starts with...

Creativity 2

How to teach the passive voice?

Passive voice lesson plan In this lesson plan students will be able to use the passive voice appropriately and understand the changes that occur when transforming sentences from active voice to passive voice. The...


Question tags lesson plan

Question tags The aim of this lesson plan is to develop students’ understanding of the use of question tags. The activity includes: eliciting students awareness of the use of question tags, sentence matching andĀ ...

How to teach future plans with going to? 4

How to teach future plans with going to?

Teaching future tense Expressing the future tense in English may pose a problems for learners because it can be expressed differently for different purposes. This is a short list of some future forms: Bread...

Communication 3

How to teach conditional sentence type 1

Of the four types, conditional sentence type one is the easiest one to teach. Students should be able to understand the following: There is an if-clause and a then-clause in conditional sentence. TheĀ then-clause should...

Twenty first century classrooms 0

Twenty first century classrooms

What is 21st century-learning. What will be our priorities? How shall we deal with learning and teaching? Will the methods have to change? What about technology? 21st Century Classroom from ISU Workforce Training