My daily routine We talk about our daily routine.

The activity addresses in visual, auditory and kineasthetic learning style. Teacher can use this activity in primary levels and with children mostly. Can be used in any size of class. Content The mascot tells the children what he/she does in the morning, in the evening and at night. Language objectives  To learn words or phrases related to daily routine

To repeat words/phrases, such as breakfast, lunch, dinner, in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening, at night To learn to ask ‘What’s the time?’ and answer ‘It’s 7 o’clock’ To develop oral comprehension and oral production skills To become familiar with the concept of daily routine To learn to focus on what they listen to in order to put certain activities into a chronological order To understand the concept of time and particularly the passing of time Materials: The mascot Daily routine pictures and worksheet in B/W also

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sticking the pictures on the board. brush my teeth and get dressed at 8 o’clock in the morning’ – and sticks the relevant pictures next to the previous one. Then teacher sets a clock to 7. ‘I go to school’. sets the clock to 7.  Blu tack A paper clock Suggested time: 2 teaching hours Suggested procedure Step 1 Teacher begins lesson holding the mascot (Joe) and telling children that he/she wants to talk to them about his/her daily routine. ‘I make my bed’. saying: ‘I go to the bathroom’. ‘I come/get back home at 2 o’clock in the afternoon’. etc. What’s the time?’. Then. ‘I take a shower at 8 o’clock in the evening’. ‘I go to sleep at 9 o’clock at night’.30 and says: ‘I wash my face at 7. ‘I do my homework at 4 o’clock in the afternoon’.30. ‘I have lunch at 3 o’ clock in the afternoon’. take a shower and dry/brush my hair. ‘I study Μaths at school at 10 o’clock in the morning’. What’s the time?’ ‘I have lunch.00 and say: ‘I wake up at 7 o’clock in the morning’ and we stick the relevant picture with blu tack on the board. 2 . Then teacher sets the clock to 8. We continue the procedure changing the time on the clock. Step 2 Now the mascot wants to see if children can remember his/her daily routine and asks them questions pointing at the relevant card: ‘I study Μaths at school.00 and Joe says: ‘I eat breakfast.

3 . When they have finished. Teacher repeats the mascot’s activities to facilitate the checking process and finally encourages children to colour the pictures of their worksheet. if they wish to. asks them to remember the mascot’s daily routine.Step 3 Teacher takes the pictures off the board and gives students the worksheet in B/W. Then. asks them to swap their worksheets with the student sitting next to them and check each other’s answers. put the pictures given in the correct order and number them.