Present Perfect Tense

Start the class explaining the definition, form and use of present perfect.

Use a board game activity to pactise the tense, develop fluency and have fun during the class.

The lesson is developed in groups using the following board game.

Students are divided in groups of four. Each player needs a counter and each group needs a dice. The game begins by throwing the dice to decide who is going to start. They start and continue the game asking questions extending their answers making short conversations according to the answers in order to develop fluency. If the answer is correct, student’s counter remains at the same place, if the answer is incorrect, the counter returns to its previous square. Students take it in turns moving around the board until one student reaches the finish. The one who reaches the finish is the winner.