Tuesday, 8 January 2019

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By the end of the students should be able to use simple English Structures:
To talk and write about their daily routines (I wake up at 6 o’clock/I wash my face at 6: 15 am)
To demonstrate understanding of another person’s daily routine (He wakes up at 6 o’clock/They wake clean the class at 6:40 am)
Understand and use the time to say when things happen every day (At 10:00 am we have a break time/At 2:30 pm we disperse)


Ask students: ‘What time is it?’ (Check their responses)
In this aspect, the students need to understand how to tell time.
MATERIALS: Watches (digital and analog), students’ watches, a teacher’s watch, pictures showing watches, etc.
  1. Show them pictures of watch showing different times, or
  2. Write different times on the board, or
  3. Take watches with you in the class (both digital and analog watches)

Tell them today we will learn what we do every day.
Show them pictures of the person or people who are: cleaning, playing, eating, running, walking, reading, praying, etc.
Pick one picture after another; show to them by pointing to the particular picture and ask:
  • What is he doing? (If the person is male)
  • What is she doing? (if the person is female)
  • What are they doing? (Plural)

For each question, observe and correct their responses.
  • He is playing football.
  • She is cleaning the house.
  • They are playing.

Ask students the following questions and check out their responses, and list them on the board:
  • Do you play every day?
  • Do you study every day?
  • Do you pray every day?
  • What time do you have a breakfast?
  • What time do you have a lunch?
  • What time do you go to school?

Allow students to interview each other these questions. Put them in pairs and help them list the things they do on the blackboard.

A Text
Read this text aloud for the first time and ask students some oral questions.
Agatha is a hardworking student. She goes to sleep at 9:00 pm. She gets up early in the morning at 6:30 am. She takes a bath at 6:40 am. At 6:50 am, she runs to school. She greets her friends and teacher. Then, at 7:00 am, she cleans her place. At 7:30, she attends the school parade. And at 8:00, she enters the class.
Guide students to draw this table and ask them to finish the sentence in column B as you read for the second time.
9:00 AM
She goes to sleep.
6:30 AM

6:40 AM

6:50 AM

7:00 AM

7:30 AM

8:00 AM

Guide students to the personal narrative. Guide them to correctly narrate their everyday activities and their friends’ every day activities.
EXPECTED RESPONSES: Rama gets up at, he brushes his teeth on, he runs to school at, etc.
I get up at, I brush my teeth at, I run to school at, etc.
Make sure at least each student narrates what he/she does every day. Or put them in pairs, and let them present as pair.
In pairs, we get up at, we brush our teeth at, we run to school at, etc.

For easy demonstration, the chart like this below can be useful:

09:00 PM
 goes to sleep
 go to sleep
 go to sleep
06:30 AM
 gets up
 get up
 get up
06:40 AM
 has a bath
 have a bath
 have bath
06: 50 AM
 runs to school
 run to school
 run to school
07:00 AM
 cleans his place
 clean my place
 clean our places
07:30 AM
 goes to parade
 go to parade
 go to parade
08: 00 AM
 enters the class
 enter the class
 enter the class

1.      Choose the correct word in the bracket.
(i)                 She is ________(swooping/sweeping) the floor.
(ii)              I get ______ (in/up) at 6:00 AM.
(iii)            I ______(do/take) a bath at 6:45 AM.
(iv)             She _______ (sweeps/sweep) the floor every morning.
(v)               We go _____(to/on) bed at 9:00 AM.
(vi)             What time _____ (it is/is it)?
(vii)          What is she _____ (does/doing)?
(viii)        What ______ (do/are) they doing?
(ix)             She is ____ (go/going/goes) to school.
(x)               The class lessons _____ (start/starts) at 8:00 AM.
(xi)             Do you ____ (plays/play) everyday?
(xii)          What time do you ____ (go/going) to school?
(xiii)        He _____ (brush/brushes) his teeth every morning.
(xiv)         Agatha ______ (runs/run) to school at 6:50 AM.
(xv)           It is ______ (thirtieth/half) past eleven.
2.      Complete the following times in words.
(i)                 10:45 AM ________________________________
(ii)              10: 01 AM ________________________________
(iii)            01:01 PM ________________________________
(iv)             03:27 PM _______________________________
(v)               02: 19 PM _______________________________

Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (2015) Baseline: Orientation Course for Form One – Students’ Book, Science, Mathematics and Social Sciences, MoevT, Dar es Salaam.

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