Learn to talk about your morning time



Unit 2 All Day Long

Lessons 21 – 23 Learn to talk about your morning time

Word Box

Communication Box

To change

To set the clock

To be late for sth

To be ready for sth

To help sb about the house

What time is it?

It is time to… . What’s your hurry? It is my duty to… .

1. Look and say what time it is.

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Example: It is eight o’clock. It is time to go to school.

2. Listen and repeat.

HICKORY, DICKORY, DOCK

Hickory, dickory, dock,

The mouse ran up the clock.

The clock struck one,

The mouse ran down!

Hickory, dickory, dock.

/a/ – dock, clock

/Learn to talk about your morning time/

– up, struck, one

3. Look, match and say when you usually do it.

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To set the clock

To be ready for breakfast

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To be late for school

To help sb about the house

Example: I usually help my mum about the house on Saturday morning.

4. Listen and role-play.

MORNING TIME TALK

Alex: Good morning, Helen. Where are you going?

What’s your hurry?

Helen: Hi, Alex. I can’t stop now. I’m going to be late. Alex: Late for what?

Helen: Late for school.

Alex: Don’t worry. Slow down, slow down. They changed

From summer time to winter time yesterday. Winter is coming, and the days are getting shorter and darker.

Helen: Really? What time is it?

Alex: Everyone set the clock one hour back. So it’s not

Half past eight now, it’s just half past seven.

Helen: Thank you, Alex, so much!

Alex: Any time. Hickory,

dickory, dock. The mouse ran

Up the clock…

Remember!

Winter is coming.

The days are getting shorter and darker.

5. Talk with a friend about time. Use:

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On your own: Draw the clock and show your favourite morning time. Write 3-5 sentences about it.

Example: It is eight o’clock. It is my favourite morning time. It is time to go to school. I usually come to school at half past eight.

6. Look and guess when English children usually do this.

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Learn to talk about your morning time

Example: I think English children usually go to school at… .

7. Read and say what these children have time for.

ABOUT MORNING TIME

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I am William. I am an English schoolboy. Every morning I go to school. In England school begins at nine o’clock. At twelve o’clock I come home to eat. I go back to school at two o’clock. At half past five I come home from school.

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I am Ginger. My mum says I’m a morning person. I like to get up early in the morning. I wash, clean my teeth, brush my hair and put on my sweater and jeans. I’m ready for breakfast at half past seven.

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I am Joan. It is half past seven. I am helping my mum about the house. It is my duty to sweep the floor. Then it is time to go to school. I am not going to be late.

8. True or False?

1. William is a morning person.

2. Ginger has breakfast at seven o’clock.

3. Joan helps her mum about the house in the morning.

4. William’s school begins at nine.

5. Joan is ready for school.

Talk with friends about your morning time. Use:

I am / am not a… .

I like / don’t like to… .

At… o’clock I am / am not ready for… .

Every morning I… .

Sometimes I am / am not late for… .

Then I… .

10. Write a list of things to do in the morning. Use:

7 o’clock. -> It is time to get up.

Half past seven -> … .

Do it yourself! Make a paper clock and colour your favourite morning time.


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