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This lesson goes over the four different types of present tenses. Tenses are quite possibly the hardest topic an English language learner will come into contact with so it is important that the teacher has a strong foundation of the twelve different tenses that exist.
Present tense can be thought of a spectrum with four different parts: simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. It is important in each of these stages to provide students with relevant activities that give examples of each to see how they are used.
Reflecting on them, I recognize how easily we use these types of speech in language and that it is important that students recognize how they are used but to also relate it to why they are used that way (as in perfect continuous relates the past to the present and says that it continues).