To provide Ss with clarification and practice of simple present using third person singular ‘s’’ and question and negative forms
To provide Ss with clarification and practice of adverbs of frequency (always, sometimes & never)
Procedure (45-59 minutes)
T introduces Tom. "Tom is a Facebook friend; Elliot. He lives in London. He is a millionaire. Elliot is a full-time businessman. Elliot works hard. He runs a shopping site like, (a Turkish example)."
T reviews some lexis and establishes the context of "Routines" Wake up > Do you open your eyes or do you get out of bed? > What time do you wake up in the morning? Get up > Do you open your eyes or do you get out of bed? > What do you do after you get up? Have a shower = Take a shower > How many times do you take a shower in a week? Have breakfast = Eat breakfast (Not: Have/eat a breakfast) > Do you usually eat breakfast at home/work? > What do you eat for breakfast? Leave home = Go out > Where do you go when you leave home?
T demonstrates and models "Elliot's Daily Schedule" activity to get the Ss to put it in the right order. T gets the students to team up in groups of three. T gives out the handouts. T sets the timer for the S to keep track of time. T plays the recording for the S to check the answers. T gets the students to team up in groups of three again. T instructs the learners to listen and write the time. T plays the recording for the S to listen and write the answers.
T takes the handouts away and writes four times on the board. T asks "What does Elliot do at the times?" T elicits and uses Ss responses to introduce the grammar. T drills the language and deals with language problems.
T demonstrates and models "Hanif's Daily Routines". T gets the Ss to team up in groups of three. T gives out the handouts. T sets the timer for the learners. T gets Ss to check answers in pairs. T elicits and uses the language to check the (-s/-es) pronunciation patterns.
T introduces "Morning Flower" vs. "Evening Monster". T explains the task and gets the students decide if Elliot is a "Morning Flower" vs. "Evening Monster".
T demonstrates the activity and models the same. T gets the students to work alone. T gives out the Schedules and gets the students to work independently to fill it in according to their own schedule. T collects the handouts and gives them out to different Ss. T gets the Ss to look at the schedules and decide if their classmates are "Morning Flowers" or "Evening Monsters".