Present Perfect – 10 activities
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Jukeboxes are packs of mini activities based on our larger teaching resources which typically span multiple ESL objectives and themes. These mini activities are organized by teaching objectives to streamline the teaching process and make choosing the right activity fun and manageable. Each pack consists of 10 different activities all focused on a particular grammar point, theme or functional language. This Jukebox is for practicing and deepening your students’ understanding of the present perfect.
Use these activities as warm-ups, reviews, guided practice, free practice, end-of-lesson activities, time-killers, in-betweeners etc. They work well for groups as well as one-on-one lessons. They are not meant as a lesson on their own but are excellent companions of and alternatives to textbook activities and the like. Pick and choose one or more flavors that fit your needs or play them all one at a time.
All the mini activities included in this Jukebox revolve around the present perfect and its various uses.
These activities are designed for A2 students but can easily be used as warm-ups, in-betweeners, or free practice activities for more advanced students.
The Present Perfect Jukebox contains 10 activities based on the following resources:
- Grammaticards – a finish the phrase type activity;
- The SMS Game – respond to real world text messages;
- What do you do? – explain a situation;
- Zimasheets – make assumptions about your partner’s experiences;
- Grammino – make connections;
- The Odd One Out – find the odd one out of 5 words or phrases;
- Well, Say Something – a conversational skill-building game;
- Me Neither! – practice short answers in a truth or lie game;
- The Question Game – practice making questions in the present perfect;
- The Biography Game – describe someone’s lifetime achievements for the winner of the idiot award.
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