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Which subjectEnglish as second
What topicThe future perfect
What length (min)30
What age groupYear or Grade 8
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English as a second language


The future perfect


30 minutes

Grade Level

Year/Grade 8, ages 12-13

Learning Objectives

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  1. Introduction (5 minutes): Introduce the students to the future perfect tense by writing examples of sentences on the board that use it. Explain that the future perfect tense denotes an action that will be completed at a specific point in the future. Point out how to form the future perfect tense by using "will have" + the past participle form of the verb.

  2. Explanation (10 minutes): Provide more information about the future perfect tense. Define and explain the usage of the tense for expressing completed actions in the future by providing examples. Clarify any questions the students may have about the tense.

  3. Practice Exercises (10 minutes): Ask the students to answer practice exercises that include sentences in the future perfect tense. Provide handouts with exercises and correct answers. Give students a set amount of time to complete the exercises, then review the answers together.

  4. Application (5 minutes): Have the students work in pairs or small groups to write and discuss future plans or predictions using the future perfect tense. Monitor their discussions and provide feedback.

  5. Conclusion (5 minutes): Summarize the learnings of the lesson and check the student's understanding of the lesson by having them recite or write down the formula for the future perfect tense.


Write five sentences in the future perfect tense that relate to future events or actions. Correct the student's answers in the next class.