If you have already taught days of the week and months, point to different days and months and ask what they are. Children may be asked to put these words into sentences containing the present continuous. Next, point at today's date on the calendar and ask, "What day is this?
Look, he even painted over his cat! Your students will probably know some of the verbs from previous lessons and other words they can now learn. The other child has to mime this.
Get everyone to stand up and mingle around the classroom so they can fill in their survey.
Look like you are thinking and say to yourself "Hmm. Play "Days Rope Jump" You'll need a length of rope, long enough to lay along the length of your classroom.
Do the " What did you do yesterday? What questions should children expect in the Y6 grammar test? I kicked a ball kicked! I watched TV watched! Teach vocab for verbs and the regular past tense form Get everyone to sit down. Then go through the answers as a class.
Teacher: Yes, he did! Play the song and sing along doing the gestures, as described below in "Gestures and activities for "Yesterday was a Great Day!
Make sure they are regular verb activities and try and use some from the song. Your students will probably know some of the verbs from previous lessons and other words they can now learn. Silly, Silly Willy!
As students make mistakes they have to sit out of the game until there is only one left, who is the winner. Start off by saying, "Yesterday, I …" and select a flashcard and stick it to the board. Then get everyone jumping, backwards and forwards as everybody shouts together "yesterday — today — tomorrow — today — yesterday — today — tomorrow — today — etc. Wrap Up: 1. Gestures and activities for "Yesterday was a Great Day! Teacher: Yes, silly, Silly Willy!
Verse 2: I jumped in puddles jumped! They were always arguing. Then jump one step forward, in front of the rope and shout "tomorrow". Then shout "Open your eyes! Silly, Silly Willy!
How do teachers teach the present and past continuous? Your board should now be full of flashcards. What else did Silly Willy do yesterday? Start by touching one card and elicit or teach the verb with the "ed" ending and write the word under the card.
Lyrics for "Yesterday was a Great Day! Gestures and activities for "Yesterday was a Great Day! How do teachers teach the present and past continuous?