This lesson is all about creativity and innovation. Students start with a discussion which leads into a vocabulary task and reading activities. The lesson focuses on using the past simple and present perfect.
Creativity and Innovation
60 - 90 minutes
- To discuss what constitutes creativity and identify examples of innovation in Britain and internationally
- To identify the meaning of vocabulary in the context of creativity and innovation
- To practise the sub-skill of reading for gist
- To identify the form of the present perfect tense and explore its use to link the past with the present with the word since
- To distinguish between when to use the past simple tense (to refer to completed actions in the past) and when to use the present perfect tense (to connect the present with a past time)
By Caroline Wilkinson
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