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Plan de clase | Inglés k-3 | My Day

The student:

  • Gets familiar with vocabulary related to habitual actions.
  • Asks for and tells the time.
  • Uses illustrations and background knowledge.
  • Completes schedules.
  • Talks about routines.
  • Listens to and follows directions.


  • Magazines
  • A pair of scissors
  • Glue
  • Cardboard
  • Markers, a split pin
  • A poster containing the whole routine of a character, since he/she wakes up until he/she goes to bed.
  • A big clock


Find out if the students are wearing a watch and ask them to show it. Point to a clock, if there's one in the classroom. Talk about the importance of knowing the time. Ask them, "By the way, what time is it (plus the name of one of your students)?" and allow him or her to tell you the time in Spanish. Then, you can tell it in English and have everybody repeat.


Paste the poster on the board and allow some time for students to look at it. Then, ask them questions to explore their background knowledge. Use each picture to ask about themselves, e.g. Point to the picture in which the character is waking up and ask, "What time do you wake up? Show them the clock and ask them to tell the corresponding time.


Bring some old magazines and have your students look for pictures of the routines they've learned in English. Ask them to cut them out and glue them on cardboard to make their own posters. Tell them to invent a character and create "crazy routines". For example, "She is Lilly. She wakes up at midnight..." Let them work in groups. Then, invite the groups to present their posters to the rest of the class.


New Rainbow 3. Greenwich ELT. Teacher's Book


New vocabulary

  • Nouns: The time: one - twelve o'clock.
  • Actions: go to bed, eat breakfast/lunch/dinner, wake up, brush your teeth, comb your hair, get dressed.
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