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Talking about one's daily routine, using adverbs of time and frequency and sequencing words
Describing daily routine, frequent actions, using expressions of time and frequency
Talking about time and routines. Comparing attitudes to time and punctuality in different cultures.
Practise contrast between perfect and imperfect tenses, Consolidate expressions of time and frequency
Inquiring about departure and arrival times. Making travel arrangements.
Saying what you will be doing in the future; asking what someone will be doing in the future.
Asking and answering questions about a person’s daily routine, and practising the time using the TM after am.
Asking and answering questions about someone’s daily routine, and practising the time using the TM after am.
Talking about distances between two places Talking about how, when and where a past action occurred
Information gap activity. Students revise the conjugation of verbs first of all and then practise asking each other "A quelle heure..." developing speaking skills but also focusing on accuracy. A more open-ended activity could follow to allow students to talk about their own routine.
powerpoint with questions on daily routine to be used with list of expressions of time. It can be used as whole group activity or as pair work. It could also be used for students to work out the questions in the perfect tense and to ask those questions to each other in pairs