ITTT Review Unit 6: Past Tenses

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ITTT Review Unit 6: Past Tenses

Onwards and upwards with learning about grammar and how to teach grammar. ITTT online TEFL course Unit 6 is all about the past tenses, that is, when we talk about, read about and discuss events which happened in the past. Let’s move on to ITTT review unit 6 and these Past Tenses. Remember you can get 20% the cost of this course right here with TEFL Lemon.

ITTT Online TEFL Course Unit 6 isn’t fun - but you need it unfortunately.

Although obviously not the most fun unit of a TEFL course, it is however indispensable. You are definitely, definitely, definitely going to be teaching this in your TEFL teaching career and you’re going to need to understand how it works if you want to do a good job when teaching past tenses! Unfortunately, unit 6 on your ITTT TEFL course is just something that you’ve going to have to cover and understand.

What are the names of the past tense grammar structures?

The past tense grammar structures do vary in their name and what they are used for. Luckily for TEFL trainees like you, they are very similar to present tenses which the 120-hour online TEFL course has already covered. You can read that blog here.

Here are the names of the past tense structures: past simple tense, past continuous tense, past perfect tense, past perfect continuous tense.

I won’t go into how each past tense is formed here and what they are used for (that’s what the course will teach you), but if you are keen, then you can check here.

The additional task sheet of ITTT Online Course Unit 6 Past Tenses

As with the other units in this online TEFL course, there is a dedicated worksheet that TEFL trainees can work through so that you can refer back to the PDF, read more and are better prepared for the unit 6 ITTT test. Remember that you need to score 75% overall to get your ITTT online TEFL cert, so try to get over 80% in the test.

Next up is unit 7, which is about Teaching New Language. To look again at unit 5 Managing Classes, click here.

by Stuart Allen