Friday, September 12, 2003

Present Simple

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

Like versus Likes
Jump the line: Like / Likes 
Like / Likes Scrambled Sentences 
Do they like/ Does he like scrambled sentences
Present Simple Formation
Bottom Up Listening Exercises designed to promote noticing of subject-verb agreement in the Present Simple
Love, hate, enjoy, dislike Guessing Game
My Animal: Present Simple for Habits

Present Simple and Present Continuous
Present Simple and Present Continuous Formation
Rules for Present Simple and Present Continuous
Human Bingo for Present Simple and Present Continuous
Function of Present Simple and Present Continuous
* Present Simple versus Present Continuous
* Present Simple Versus Present Continuous 2
Present Simple Versus Present Continuous Walk Around the Room Questions

--Present Simple Passive
*Active/Passive Review
Active and Passive Meanings
Tom and Jerry Active and Passive Present Simple 
Passive Form Worksheet--Present Simple
Passive Form Crossword Puzzle--Present Simple
The Banks are Made of Marble by Pete Seeger 
Active Passive Scrambled Sentences 
Picture Identification
What Are Little Boys Made Of
Passive Sentences Tables and Arrows

--Present Simple and Past Simple Passive
Passive Forms Crossword puzzle--Present Simple and Past Simple
Active Versus Passive Form Worksheet Present Simple and Past Simple
Present Passive versus Past Passive 
Present Passive and Past Passive: Find Your Partner

 --Present, Past, Present Perfect Passive
Active/Passive Review: Present, Past, Present Perfect
Find Your Partner: Active and Passive Sentences for Present, Past, and Present Perfect 

--Present Simple and Present Continuous Passive
Passive Form Worksheet--Present Simple and Present Continuous
Active/ Passive Find Your Partner Game Present Simple and Present Continuous

--Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect Passive
PowerPoint Game for Active Passive Verbs: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect
Active Passive Find Your Partner Game (Present Simple, Present Continuous and Present Perfect)

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