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Let’s Talk About Daily Routines

English vocabulary for daily routines, habits and household chores.

Vocabulary is great but using it is even better! Inside this resource, you will find 5 original activities to teach and master the English vocabulary of daily routines and household chores for your A1/A2 students.

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Description

Our VOCABTIVATE resources are bundles of activities whose tasks are varied, aesthetic, motivating and ready-to-use. All you have to do is print and cut out the sheets, hand them out to your students …and it’s game on for up to two hours of class time!

Each activity:

  • allows you to practice the vocabulary in both written or spoken form;
  • can be used independently, together, or in addition to your own lesson plans;
  • creates opportunities for cooperation and interaction;
  • highlights the theme in an original way;
  • can be used with the vocabulary list found in the downloadable PDF;
  • comes with instructions for the teacher on how to use them;

Vocabtivates are the perfect tool for:

  • finishing or replacing a lesson plan;
  • reviewing vocabulary;
  • getting students to use their existing knowledge in conversation.

 


 

Target Language

VOCABTIVATE: Daily Routines is a collection of 4 activities focused on Daily Routines and Habits vocabulary and related grammar and functional language.


 

Level

Each activity is graded individually, but all activities are meant for A2-B1 students.
However, they can be used for more advanced learners, too!


 

Includes

A printable PDF with the following 4 activities:

  • How often do you… – Students interview one another and practice their adverbs of frequency while looking for a classmate with a similar routine.
  • Would you rather… – Introduce, review and practice the English structure “I’d rather” with your students and get them to justify their choices.
  • Hectic schedule – A busy family needs your students’ help to make their daily schedule by fulfilling their obligations and playing to their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Break up the routine – Someone is stuck in a rut and it’s up to your students to liven up their week with themed days and interesting activities.
  • What do you do all day? – Students create questionnaires, interview one another and give advice.

 


Check out our other Vocabtivate resources to activate your students’ vocabulary for housing and school. For any of your FLE lovers, check out the original French version here.

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