This power point can be presented on the activeboard/ smartboard. You can send a copy to students and they can fill in the information inside or you can print each and every page and make a small workbook out of it! In any case this will take about 2-4 lessons to teach depending on students' level and age.
This can be good for young learners in order to learn clock reading! Students need to draw the hands of a clock and show they understand short stories about daily schedule.
It is also great for learners of English as a second language who need to learn how to write sentences about their daily schedule, get familiar with the Present Simple and even clock reading.
Part 1: 12 sentences with things students do every day: I get up, I eat breakfast, I brush my teeth etc…
Part 2: Students fill in the information according to what they actually do every day:
I get up at ___________ o’clock.
Part 3: a short story about Sam and his schedule. 3rd person singular. After reading the story students fill in the information in a chart, for example:
Sam gets up at 7 every morning, he brushes his teeth at 7:15.
Part 4: a short story about Sharon. 3rd person singular. Students need to add or draw the hands of the clock and add the activity Sharon does at that time. You can vary the activity by having them write the activity in their native language, assuring they know the meaning of the sentences and activities.
Part 5: A similar story in the first person singular. Preparing them for the next part.
Part 6: Students fill in a chart of six things: The time + what I do every day. Then right below they write 6 sentences about their activities.