OBJECTIVE: The Students will learn about the correct uses of Simple Present
TEACHER´S OBJECTIVE: To teach in the best way about SimplePresent
TOPIC: Simple present
TIME: 45 mins
RESOURCES: Whiteboard, markers, notebooks, books, ball, paper sheets and cdplayer
* Welcome (5 mins)
Reflection: “Listen, my son, the discipline ofyour father, and do not forsake the law of your mother” (Proverbs 1:8)
* Warm up (10mins)
The teacher will introduce the topic with the game “Hot Potato” (she will wrap several pieces of paperand make a ball) students will pass the ball while listening to music when it stops, the pupil who has the ball has to unwrap the ball and answer the question inside of the ball, those questions arerelated to vocabulary and expressions to exchange personal information. Do this until unwrap all the pieces of paper
* Development (25 mins)
Simple Present Tense
We use the simple present tensewhen:
* the action is general
* the action happens all the time, or habitually, in the past, present and future
* the action is not only happening now
* the statement is always traeFormula: Subject + Verb + Complement
There are three important exceptions:
1. For positive sentences, we do not normally use the auxiliary.
2. For the 3rd person singular (he, she, it), weadd s to the main verb or es to the auxiliary.
3. For the verb to be, we do not use an auxiliary, even for questions and negatives.
Look at these examples with the main verb like:
| subject |auxiliary verb | | main verb | |
Aff. | I, you, we, they | | | like | coffee. |
| He, she, it | | | likes | coffee. |
Neg. | I, you, we, they | do | not | like | coffee. |
| He, she, it |does | not | like | coffee. |
Inter. | Do | I, you, we, they | | like | coffee? |
| Does | he, she, it | | like | coffee? |
Look at these examples with the main verb be. Notice that...