Partnered A/B activity in which person A has one set of routines at certain times and person B has an alternate version of the same. Each person has 6 reflexive verbs and one non-reflexive verb.
All needed vocabulary is provided on the activity sheet for students.
Don't rush through this: An instructionally sound approach to help students manage 1rst & 3rd person verb forms is to have students write 7 sentences in the first person to confirm that they can produce this language. For them to ask questions of their partner with all of the verbs on the sheet, instructor should model this language (questions) by asking students in the the class a few questions along these lines, and point out the simple syntax. When students get information from their partner, they should write it down on the back of the activity sheet. If they cannot produce the third person verb form in real time, then they can write partner's responses in 1rst person as quotes, and then return to the notes and rewrite the sentences in the third person.
This is a good step towards having students later interview each other about routines they really do or do not do.
Students can report back to class later 1 thing that their partner told them.
All of these steps should take at least 1 classroom hour. If there is time, students can write for their teacher a neatly composed final copy of the information they obtained and information they gave from the interview. A quick assessment of that writing: 1) Is it done? 2) Instructions followed 3) Did student manage 1rst and third person forms of reflexive verbs? -yes - mostly - not enough - not at all
*See below other engaging and valuable activities with reflexive verbs:
Other engaging and valuable reflexive verb activities:
Bingo Activity Pack: Routines and Reflexive Verbs
Other paired interview activities:
Los Quehaceres y Cuando: paired interview activity
Las Vacaciones -Interview activity with preterite tense