Objective - MBrownASDHS

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Objective
• Students will define 5 new vocabulary words
from the Job Application.
• Students will identify & compare Simple
Present and Present Continuous Tense
• Students will identify the rules of –ing.
• Students will write 5 sentences using
Present Continuous Tense
Slates:
• What is Simple Present Tense?
• Write a sentence using Simple Present
Tense?
• What is Present Continuous Tense?
• Write a sentence using Present Continuous
Tense.
Sign together in class:
A or B
Compare:
• I am reading a very interesting book
A. Simple Present
B. Present Continuous
• Joanne works eight hours a day.
A. Simple Present
B. Present Continuous
• What do you usually have for
breakfast?
A. Simple Present
• B. Present Continuous
Review: What is Simple
Present?
He
She
It
verb-s
She runs everyday.
He goes to school everyday.
I wake up at 5:00am every morning.
She walks her dogs three times a week.
Simple Present Tense
1st person
2nd person
3rd person
1st person
2nd person
3rd person
Singular
Plural
I walk.
You walk.
He walks.
She walks.
It walks.
I do walk.
You do walk.
He does walk.
She does walk.
It does walk.
We walk.
You walk.
They walk.
We do walk.
You do walk.
They do walk.
Continue: Simple Present
Tense
He
She
It
They
We
You
I
verb s
verb (no s)
Examples:
Sally misses breakfast each morning.
Fred talks to his mother every now and then.
Sally goes to class every day.
My sister sees a bee.
They see a bee.
We see a bee.
My sisters see a bee.
I go to class every day.
You wear a T-shirt three times a week.
Simple Present
• Review:
• Sh, Ch, S, X = must add “es”
• For example:
• Watches
• Brushes
Simple Present
• Review:
• Y = “ies”
• Example:
• Try
tries
• Carry carries
Simple Present
• Review: “ies”
• Vowels: AEIOU (you don’t drop the “y”)
• Example:
• Play
Plaies
Plays
• Buy
buies
buys
Present Continuous Tense
• What is Present Continuous Tense?
Present Continuous Tense
What is happening RIGHT NOW
Am
Is
Are
•
•
•
•
•
•
verb-ing.
I am looking for a pen.
You are talking to your friends.
He is wearing blue jeans.
She is reading.
She is watching the teacher.
I am teaching you.
Vowels:
cvc
• PUT
vvc
• Eat
cvc
• Buy
AEIOU
Rules:
1. Add –ing to most verbs
– Reading
– Working
– Playing
Rules:
2. When a verb ends in e, such
as “write”, drop the e and
add –ing.
– Dance
– Write
Dancing
writing
Rules:
3. When a verb ends in CVC, double the
last consonant and add ing
cvc
PUT
Puting is wrong
Double the last consonant and add ing
as “putting”
Rules:
Examples:
• Stop - stopping
• Purr - purring
Rules:
4. Do NOT double the last consonant
before ing when a verb ends in w, x,
or y
You cannot add another consonant:
•
•
•
•
Buy
Sew
Fix
Say
Buyying
Sewwing
Fixxing
Sayying
Buying
Sewing
Fixing
Saying
Rules:
5. Do NOT double the last consonant
before ing when a verb ends in VVC
Eat
Eatting is wrong. There are two vowels
before the t.
vvc
Eat
Rules:
Example:
vvc
Wait
Waitt
waiting
Closure
Piece of paper:
• What is Present Continuous Tense?
• Write 2 “Present Continuous” sentences.
• Explain why this is incorrect: eatting
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• Explain why this is incorrect: waitting
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