To provide clarification and practice of lexis relating to daily routines in the context of a typical day
To provide practice with use of the Present Simple Tense as well as speaking practice by talking about daily routines in the context of a typical day
Procedure (38-45 minutes)
students write down six "times" (e.g 6:30; 9:20) and take turns saying their times and writing their partner's.
Students listen as teacher tells about her daily routine. As students listen they organize a series of daily routine flash cards into the right order in groups. In order to establish how much of the language students know teacher and students do a quick comparison among groups.
In groups, students match Daily Routine flash cards handed out earlier with words on the walls.
In Pairs, students match the words and phrases seen on the flash cards earlier to the times of day. students check the answers in pairs with the answer key.
With the teacher students drill target language chorally and individually.
Students hold up a series of pictures depicting a daily routine to one another in pairs. One partner points to different pictures while the other says the words.
students talk about their routine in the week -not the weekend - in pairs and make notes of things they do at the same time. Students tell the class things that they and their partner do at the same time.
If there is time, students talk in pairs about their daily routine on the weekend.