Document Type

Article

Publication Date

January 2017

Publication Title

MinneTESOL Journal

ISSN/ISBN

2474­7513

Volume

33

Issue

Fall

Keywords

ADULT, COLLEGE, MIDDLE SCHOOL, SECONDARY

Abstract

In this article, Dr. Andreas Schramm draws on the research of his graduate students, colleagues,and from his own recent sabbatical to describe what makes the tense-aspect system in Englishnotoriously challenging to teach and learn, and to show that it can nonetheless be explicitlytaught. Drawing from his experience as an English learner and one-time English teacher intraining, he shares anecdotes and practical tips to help English as a Second and ForeignLanguage teachers unpack the meaning of tense and aspect for their learners.

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Originally published in MinneTESOL Journal, http://minnetesoljournal.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Schramm-2017-Time-to-Tackle-Aspect-1.pdf
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