Step 1. Write a few sentences using present continuous tense on board .

Step 2. Ask a student to read them .

Step 3. Ask another student to enact the action before the class and then repeat the sentence using action .

Step 4. Ask children to frame a few sentences in the given tense using the pattern of the sentences written on board .

Step 5. Now is the time to observe the rules regarding the verb . Ask questions on auxiliary / helping verbs their singular and plural forms , use of ing in the main verb etc . Tell them that is, are ,am are the present forms of the auxiliary verb ‘be ‘ .

Step 6. Give them a few sentences with errors in the use of helping verbs and the main verbs and ask them to identify the error .

Step 7. Write the wrong and correct sentence along side for a comparison .

Step 8. Now give them a few situations and ask them to frame sentences using present continuous tense .

a. Situation – Describe  the action you see Infront of you .

Think of an activity you are in middle of . For example : I am

painting a pot . It means the pot is not yet completely painted

Talk of an action you or someone is in the habit  of doing

frequently such as : My sister is always losing her books .

Step 9. Now write down the rules on board : subject followed by auxiliary / helping verb is/ are/ am  + main verb + ing followed by rest of the sentence .

Step 10 . Give some oral practice followed by written exercises to confirm the learning outcome .