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Formation of students ' knowledge on the topic of "Present Perfect a Long time".
1) to Provide as part of the lesson learning on this topic.
2) to Cultivate mindfulness.
3) to Develop skills in proposal writing.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense.

The procedure of the lesson:

T: Good morning, dear children!

Sit down!

Who is on duty today?

What date is it today?

Who is absent today?

She sells sea shells at the sea shore.

The shells she sells are surely sea shells.

So if she sells shells on the seashore,

I'm sure she sells seashore shells.  

Say this sentence in all tenses: Я помогаю маме каждый день.

Ex. 7 p. 26 Did you have any difficulties in your home work?

Give me your copybooks.

Grammar rules (фронтальный опрос).

Today we are going to practice in using  of the Present Perfect Continuous Tense.

Ex. 8 p. 27 Answer the questions in written form using the following time makers.

Example: We are working now.

                 We began doing this exercise 5 minutes ago.

                  We have been doing this exercise for 5 minutes.

Write your examples on a sheet of paper and I’ll check them.


Ex. 9 p. 27 Choose the correct verb form.

Example: How long has Dmitry been living / does live / in Astana?

Exercise 252. Translate into English:

1.Мой папа работает в институте с 1995 года.

2.Моя бабушка готовит обед с 2 часов.

3.Моя сестра спит с 5 часов.

4.Дедушка смотрит телевизор с 6 часов.

5.Они играют в волейбол с 3 часов.

6.Мы изучаем английский с 2008 года.

7.Он читает книгу в течении 2 часов.

8.Она уже целый час пишет это письмо.

Ex. 11 p. 28 Complete the dialogue.

Ex. 13 p. 28 Fill in blanks with the words from the table.

Ex. 14 p. 29 Complete the questions!

Ex. 10 p. 28

What’s the theme of our lesson?

When is the Present Perfect Continuous Tense used?

The marks for the lesson are …        

The lesson is over! Good-bye!