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Understanding the structure and use of Past Tense. Constructing sentences using past tense. Filling in the spaces with the correct verb in past tense.

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3 Understanding the structure and use of Past Tense. Constructing sentences using past tense. Filling in the spaces with the correct verb in past tense. Developing a paragraph, applying the past tense.

4 Expressing past events. Telling anecdotes or historical incidents. Referring to memories. Go > went Take > took Be > was, were Play > played Buy > bought Have > had Run> ran Drink > drank Eat > ate Cook > cooked Choose >chose Begin > began Become > became Say> said Look>looked Cry > cried

5 Understanding the significance to use past tense in everyday conversations to communicate with other individuals. RespectTolerance ResponsibilityEffort

6 Enter to the linkComplete the exercisesUse the correct verb tense. room.com/pasttense_6a.htmhttp://www.english- room.com/pasttense_6a.htm

7 Write down a 10-lined about what you did last vacations. Use past tense and punctuation correctly. As well as suitable structure. Send the to the professors mail account.

8 CATEGORY Total Sentences & Paragraphs Many sentence fragments or run-on sentences need lots of work. Most sentences are complete and well- constructed. All sentences are complete and well- constructed (no fragments, no run-ons). Sentences are complete, well- constructed and of varied structure. Salutation and Closing Salutation and/or closing are missing. Salutation and closing have 3 or more errors in capitalization and punctuation. Salutation and closing have 1-2 errors in capitalization and punctuation. Salutation and closing have no errors in capitalization and punctuation. Grammar & spelling (conventions) Writer makes more than 4 errors in grammar and/or spelling. Writer makes 3-4 errors in grammar and/or spelling Writer makes 1-2 errors in grammar and/or spelling. Writer makes no errors in grammar or spelling. IdeasThe seemed to be a collection of unrelated sentences. It was very difficult to figure out what the e- mail was about. Ideas were somewhat organized, but were not very clear. It took more than one reading to figure out what the was about. Ideas were expressed in a pretty clear manner, but the organization could have been better. Ideas were expressed in a clear and organized fashion. It was easy to figure out what the was about. LengthThe is less than 5 sentences. The is 5-7 sentences. The is 8-9 sentences. The is 10 or more sentences. Capitalization and Punctuation Writer makes more than 4 errors in capitalization and punctuation. Writer makes 3-4 errors in capitalization and punctuation. Writer makes 1-2 errors in capitalization and punctuation. Writer makes no errors in capitalization and punctuation. Content AccuracyThe contains no accurate facts about the topic. The contains 1-2 accurate facts about the topic. The contains 3-4 accurate facts about the topic. The contains at least 5 accurate facts about the topic.

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