This lesson includes two parts:
1. Students cut apart the strips of paper that describe a teacher's daily routine. All verbs are in the yo form. Most are reflexive but some are not. All activities include a time to help students organize the day more easily. Working in pairs or in groups (I found that groups of four worked better than groups of two), students must arrange the sentences strips so that the day is in chronological order. You could award a prize to the group who correctly completes the activity first. You could also then have students re-write the day in order on a separate piece of paper.
2. The second activity is a video of a Spanish student who describes her typical day. Students listen for the missing words in the conversation and use the word bank to help them fill in the blanks.