A2 Lower Intermediate English Lesson – Present Perfect Tense – My Family

A2 Lower Intermediate English Lesson Plan for ESL Teachers - How to teach Present Perfect Tense - My Family


 

 

This English lesson is for you if:

English learners

  • Your English level is lower intermediate (A2).
  • You want to learn English at home.
  • You can learn without the help of a teacher.

ESL/EFL teachers

  • You work with lower intermediate level (A2) English learners.
  • You follow the CEFR standards of teaching.
  • You would like to introduce a different voice and pronunciation to your students.

Audio sample:

 

 

The package includes:

  • English Lesson for lower intermediate level (A2) (.pdf) – 10 pages
  • Answer Sheet (.pdf)
  • audio file (.mp3) – Native American speaker

About the lesson:

  • English Grammar: Present Perfect Tense.
  • Target Vocabulary: My Family

Presentation (pages 2, 3):

  • Listen to Lisa’s story and fill in the blanks.
  • (Listening exercise: focus grammar and vocabulary included. Tells Lisa’s grandparents’ story who have been married for a long time.)

  • Answer the questions in full sentences:
  • (The questions in this exercise are related to the text above. Checks how well the information was understood.)

  • Put the questions from exercise 2 in the correct column (Present Simple | Past Simple | Present Perfect).
  • (Marks the difference between the tenses. Students should already be aware of Present and Past Simple tenses at this stage.)

Grammar Box (pages 4, 5, 6)

  • full grammar explanations with graphics/ pictures.
  • suitable examples for the level matching the target grammar and vocabulary (*exceptions are possible) for the lesson.

  • Remember! section for common mistakes, and exceptions to the rule.


Practice (pages 7, 8):

  • Make the verb in brackets Present Perfect Tense.
  • (Grammar practice exercise. Focus vocabulary included.)

  • Make questions from the sentences.
  • (Grammar practice exercise: asking questions. Focus vocabulary included.)

  • Make negative.
  • (Grammar practice exercise: negative sentences. Focus vocabulary included.)

Production (page 9) – 2 assignments: interview and report

Credits (page 10)


 






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