Thursday, April 16, 2015

Present Continuous for Future Use Powerpoint Schedule

(TESOL Worksheets--Present Continuous for Future Arrangements)
Google: Drive, Docs, Pub
[On the Google Docs link above, and embedded below, is a PowerPoint slide which shows my schedule for the week (fictional, of course).  The students have to write sentences about my week using the present continuous for scheduled arrangements.
This can probably be adopted to any number of activities, but I did this as a whiteboard relay race in my class.  The students are divided into 3 teams.  The first person from each team runs up to the board and writes one sentence, then hands the marker of to the next person on their team.  The first team to get all the sentences on the board is the winner.]

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