Planning lessons for young learners

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Planning lessons for young learners

Unread post by Mozartcafe1 » 11 Oct 2018, 12:11

I am going to teach a young leader for
three hours a day for a week. This young learner mixes up a lot of his/her tenses. For example he/she says and write things like : I want to rest,because I arrived at Cambridge should 7pm yesterday,I think i should very tried,Thank you for your kindness。I dislike play golf sorry,I only want study English,because my English very poor, I will go to my hometown in last summer ,
Should I Start teaching him almost right from the beginning with the present simple tense? Or do you think this is too easy for him? I am not really sure where to start. Please could someone answer ASAP thank you

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Re: Planning lessons for young learners

Unread post by Joe » 17 Nov 2018, 12:17

Why not start with Present Simple? You can soon move on if you deduce that it really is too easy for the student. Which from your example doesn't sound likely.
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