English Class “He/She/It” with the Younger Boys @ Remand Home

Activity Report

Location: Remand Home
Activity Date: 28.05.2024
Start Time: 10:00 AM   End Time: 12:00 PM

Facilitators: Laura Coggiola, Jule Schlageter, Spencer Akoth, Laura Ridderbusch, Vivian Anyango
Number of Participants: 13
Male: 10   Female: 3

Activity Purpose/ Summary:
Today, we taught the younger boys and girls how to use the present simple tense correctly. We focused on the fact that you have to add an “s” when you use he/she/it. We also explained how to create a sentence with the negative form (don’t/doesn’t) in the present simple tense. After this, we handed out a worksheet about this topic. In the end, we corrected the common mistakes the students had.

Personnel Input:
We started the class by explaining the definition of the present simple tense. You can use this tense when you want to refer to events, actions, and conditions that are happening all the time or exist now. The next step was to teach them the sentence structure (Subject + Verb + Object). Then we talked about the rule that you have to add an “s” to the verb when you use the 3rd person (he/she/it). We finished the class by explaining the irregular verbs, for example, have, go, do.

We noticed several grammatical errors in the previous lesson, which is why we decided to start with the basics of English. This approach will help everyone improve their grammar and practice their English skills.

Unanticipated Achievements:
All of the students attempted to complete the worksheet and participated in class. The level of attention was better than in previous sessions.

Supporting Partners:
Remand Home

May 28, 2024

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