1. Topic-
Experiences and achievements - Present Perfect Tense
2. Content-
Describing an experience or an achievement, using present perfect tense for an action to happen and talking about a different actions
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.To be able to describe an experience with this tense
2.Use the tense for an uncompleted action
3.Talk about a change over time
4. Objectives-
1.By the end of the lesson, students will be able to use this tense for an uncompleted action
2.Distinguish the duration from the past until now
3.Use time expressions for present perfect tense
5. Materials and Aids-
Videos, pictures, worksheets
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. beginning with some questions and pictures
2. checking for students' knowledge on this subject
3. eliciting the form of this tense

B. Development-

1. demonstration of a funny video
2. questions to students about this video
3. help students make a distinction between finished and unfinished actions

C. Practice-

1. talking about a specific experience
2. giving some examples about time expressions
3. using this tense to talk about a change that has happened over a period of time

D. Independent Practice-

1. talking about multiple actions at different times
2. student to student communication about their experiences and achievements
3. writing some sentences and sharing this with other students

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1. Remind students that the past participle of regular verbs is formed by adding -ed
2. the past participle of irregular verbs have special forms
3. giving new examples for students who do not understand the forms

F. Checking for understanding-

1. checking writing process
2. questions about forms
3. giving feedback about pronunciation problems

G. Closure-

1. review of the use of this tense
2. demonstration of the video again for an accurate learning
7. Evaluation-
1. testing the knowledge of students with some questions
2. giving worksheets
8. Teacher Reflection-
Some students were confused but examples make this tense easy. Video is funny for the students. They are active in this class. It was a good and effective class.

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