What has changed?

This is good specifically for the present perfect in the passive or active. You may need to pre-teach some vocabulary depending on the learners.

  1. Divide the class into two groups.
  2. One group will leave the room for a few minutes while the other group changes a few things in the classroom (you might give an exact number, say 8).
  3. When the group outside returns to the room, they need to identify the things that are different using target language such as: The picture has been hung upside down./The dictionary has been moved. (active voice: You have hung… /Someone has moved…)
  4. Award points for the correct answers/grammar.

For 1-1: Play as described above.

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