English Class “Tenses” With The Younger Children @ Remand Home

Activity Report

Location: Remand Home
Activity Date: 07.05.2024
Start Time: 10:00 AM   End Time: 12:00 PM

Facilitators: Spencer Akoth, Thijs de Waard, Anna Maninetti
Number of Participants: 16
Male: 11   Female: 5

Activity Purpose/ Summary:
In the last class, the students enjoyed the word puzzle as it helped them jog their minds before the class, and they requested to have word puzzles in every class before starting the actual lesson. We began the class by doing word puzzles on different types of sports.

We then proceeded with the planned lesson of the day, which covered tenses. Learning about tenses is important because it helps the students understand how to talk about past, present, and future events correctly. This lays a strong foundation for their language skills, improving their communication abilities in both speaking and writing. Additionally, it enhances their comprehension when reading texts, enabling them to understand timelines and sequences of events more effectively. Learning tenses at this age encourages linguistic development and sets them up for success in mastering more complex grammar concepts as we progress in the English class.

Personnel Input:
Planning and conducting the lesson.

There’s a lot of improvement with each passing day.

Unanticipated Achievements:
The participation was exemplary.

Supporting Partners:

May 7, 2024

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