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Copy of Daily Routines
Elementary level

Description

In this lesson students will practice talking about daily routines. Students will review sentences and vocabulary from previous daily routines lesson. Students will practice what they learned about daily routines with Question and Answer missing information cards. PW word matching to create phrases. Present simple: Positive and Wh- questions.

Materials

Main Aims

  • To provide practice of Daily routine vocabulary: What time do you, When do you, get up, go to bed, leave home, get home, have breakfast, have lunch, have dinner, start work/classes, finish work/classes, work, study, sleep, live, in the context of Daily routines, time

Subsidiary Aims

  • Review telling the time. This will be included in the missing information PW activity
  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a question and answer in the context of daily
  • To provide specific information about peoples daily routines

Procedure

Warmer (3-5 minutes) • Review Daily Routine Vocabulary

Show students at presentation to review vocabulary: get up, go to bed, leave home, get home, have breakfast, have lunch, have dinner, start work/classes, finish work/classes, work, study, sleep, live. Have students repeat if pronunciation is off.

Review Time (2-4 minutes) • Review telling the time

Use simple "Time" power point to review telling time with students.

Telling the Time Game (10-15 minutes) • Review Time with Clock Game

Students will be placed in 4 groups, 2-4 sts per group. The interactive clock with stop at random times, the group members must state the time correctly in order to earn one point. Group who scores 10 points wins.

Personal Questions (4-6 minutes) • Students answer personal daily routine questions

A group of questions about daily routines will be shown to the students, teacher will ask each student about their daily routines. This will prepare students for the missing information card activity.

Missing information cards (10-12 minutes) • students ask questions and listen to answers

Student A will have a card with missing information about daily routines, Student B will have the answers on their card chart. Students must sit back to back and not look at each others cards. This activity promotes question and answer speaking and listening skills about daily routine. Student A asks Student B for the information etc. Page 143 Teachers Book.

Worksheet (5-10 minutes) • Individual writing practice

Students will go over the entire vocabulary they have used in the lesson while filling in a worksheet about daily routines and drawing the time on the clock.

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