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Hi Friends! Book 2 Lesson 6

                               WHAT TIME DO YOU GET UP

'Time' is the basis for all school life, whether it be when the first period starts, break time or lunch, the students’ school life is in a constant state of "When is/does…"  


Of course, children in the same class have virtually the same schedule and constant reviewing of this schedule might leave the students feeling that they are all the same.  Whilst the student's school schedule might be the same, their personal lives follow a varied and different pattern. This lesson provides the perfect opportunity to focus on the differences. By presenting and comparing their own unique daily schedule, students will recognize each others differences, hopefully see a new side of their friends and deepen their understanding of each other.  


In addition, the students will realize that time is not universal and the whole world doesn’t run on Japan time.  When Japan is going to bed, there are places in the world that are just waking up.  If only a little, this lesson wants to foster and broaden the students’ interest of the world.








                                               Lesson 6 new lexis
   I, you, do, get, up, eat, lunch, breakfast, dinner, take, a, bath, go, to , bed, home, watch, clean, TV, play, piano, study, what, time
           Lesson 6 Specific Activities                                    


Haetataki means 'fly-swatter' in Japanese. This is a competitive game that forces students to listen carefully while practicing both telling time and numbers in general.


Time Maze

This activity combines the directions lesson with the time lesson, using a maze. Students have to try and acquire as many clocks as they can in a limited period of time.


What Time Do You Get Up Flashcards (worksheet only) by Alex Kraus

                                                   Relevant Activities