Visual English 3
Unit 2
Daily routines


🕒 ⏰ Step into the “My Daily Routine” unit! Explore daily activities and learn to tell time in English, making it perfect for practising vocabulary and engaging in fun conversations about personal routines.


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This unit not only reinforces time-telling skills but also encourages students to discuss and share their daily habits, promoting a practical use of English in discussing routines. Ready to tick-tock around the clock and talk about your day? Let’s get started! 🌞🌜

Learning to Tell Time:
🕖 O’Clock: Understand full hours, such as “It is 2 o’clock.”
🕘 Quarter Past/To: Learn to tell time at quarter past and quarter to the hour.
🕒 Half Past: Master telling time at half past the hour.
Daily Activities:
🛏️ I Get Up: “What time do you get up?” Discuss morning routines.
🍳 I Have Breakfast: Talk about typical breakfast foods and times.
🚸 I Go to School: Describe the journey and arrival time at school.
🍽️ I Have Lunch: Share common lunch foods and midday eating habits.
🏠 I Go Home: Discuss what time and how students return home.
📚 I Do My Homework: Explore homework routines and settings.
🛁 I Have Dinner/Bath: Talk about evening routines and family dinners.
🛌 I Go to Bed: Discuss bedtime and nightly rituals.
Classroom Tools:
🕰️ Clocks and Watches: Identify different types of time-telling tools.
📱 Alarms: Discuss the use of alarm clocks and alarms on electronic devices.

Engaging ESL Conversations:
Role Plays: Simulate conversations about daily routines, such as asking peers about their schedules or discussing bedtime.
Discussion Questions: What is your favorite time of day and why? How do you manage your time after school?
Vocabulary Games: “Time Match” where students pair up times with routine activities, or “Schedule Scramble” where they arrange a typical day in order.
Fun Activities:
Draw the Clock Hands: Students draw hands on blank clocks to show specific times for given activities.
My Ideal Day: Students create a poster of their ideal daily schedule, using English to label activities and times.
Time Telling Race: A game where students compete to show times on clocks as quickly as possible after hearing them spoken.