English Lesson - Present Perfect


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This unit discusses the various forms of past tense such as, past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. The unit also includes usages for each form and examples sentences. The unit goes as far as to even provide examples of irregular past tense verb forms. Overall, it is a brief break of the past tense, it's forms and ways to use each form correctly.This unit covered a lot of material. Elicitation and positive reinforcement are two topics that are very important in my opinion. Elicitation starts off any Engage stage which is essential to ESA methodology. The examples of elicitation techniques are very helpful. Positive reinforcement during all stages and during corrections is essential to successful learning environment.

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