Section II - Time and Calendar
Write times from analog clocks
Write times from dictation
Ask and answer questions about
the time
Request the time
Read and write dates
Ask and answer questions about
dates
Ask and answer questions about
daily routines
Ask and answer questions about
seasons
Ask and answer questions about the
weather
Interpret information: weather
report/map
Lesson 4 - Time and Weather (2nd week of 2)
Introductions
Good morning.
My name is ______.
I am from _________.
Today=s date is _________.
Vocabulary
rainy, cloudy, snowy, sunny, thermometer, temperature, hot,
warm, cool, cold, freezing, foggy, windy, dry, wet, icy
Blue book page 25
Pairs dictation
Student A dictates seven vocabulary words to Student B and
vice versa.
Information Grid
What time is it? What is today=s date? What is the weather?
Pairs dictation II
Student A dictates five times to Student B and vice versa
Line Dialogue
10 questions and answers about days and dates
Verbs
say, write, think
Plurals, Possessives Examples of making plurals and possessives and a test
Homework
Simple fill in the blank questions about days and dates
rainy
cloudy
snowy
sunny
thermometer
temperature
hot
warm
cool
cold
freezing
foggy
windy
dry
wet
icy
rainy
cloudy
snowy
sunny
thermometer
temperature
hot
warm
cool
cold
freezing
foggy
windy
dry
wet
icy
rainy
cloudy
snowy
sunny
thermometer
temperature
hot
warm
cool
cold
freezing
foggy
windy
dry
wet
icy
rainy
cloudy
snowy
sunny
thermometer
temperature
hot
warm
cool
cold
freezing
foggy
windy
dry
wet
icy
rainy
cloudy
snowy
sunny
thermometer
temperature
hot
warm
cool
cold
freezing
foggy
windy
dry
wet
icy
What is your name?
What time is it?
What is today’s date?
What is the weather?
What is your name?
What time is it?
What is today’s date?
What is the weather?
Student A
Student A
hot
warm
cool
cold
freezing
icy
Student B
Student B
rainy
cloudy
snowy
sunny
windy
dry
wet
Student A
1:00
Student A
1:45
5:30
9:05
11:15
Student B
Student B
2:00
3:30
7:55
10:00
12:05
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Time and Calendar
Do you have a watch?
Yes, I have a watch.
What time is it?
It is 11:30.
What day is it?
Today is Thursday.
What is today’s date?
Today is July 29.
What season is it?
It is summer.
What year is it?
It is 2004.
What is the weather like?
It is hot and sunny.
Is it windy?
No, it is not windy.
Is it raining?
No, it is not raining.
When did it snow?
It snowed last winter.
Time and Calendar - Verbs and Questions
To stop rregular)
Past
When did it stop raining?
It stopped early this morning.
Present
Do you stop to say hello every time you see her?
Yes. I always stop to say hello.
Future
Will you stop say goodbye after class?
Yes. I will stop when I leave after class.
To rain rregular)
Past
When did it rain?
It rained last night.
Present
Does it rain every night?
Yes. It rains almost every night.
Future
Will it rain tomorrow afternoon?
The weather forecast says that it will rain.
To think (irregular)
Past
What did you think when you saw the accident?
I thought both cars were wrecked.
Present
Where do you think they took the drivers?
I think they took them to the hospital.
Future
Will you think about driving more slowly?
Yes. I will think about driving slowly in the rain.
Time and Calendar- Verb Test
Circle the correct word.
1. It [ stop
stopped ] raining early this morning.
2. I always [ stop
3. The snow [ stop
stops ] to say hello every time I see her.
will stop ] sometime tonight.
4. Last night, the wind [ stop stopped ] blowing.
5. She [ stop
stopped ] smoking last week.
6. It [ rain
rained ] last night.
7. It [ rain
rains ] almost every night.
8. It [ rain rained ] all day yesterday.
9. The weather report says that it [ rain
10. It [ rain
will rain ] tomorrow.
rained ] a lot last winter.
11. I [ think thought ] the moon was small when I was young.
12. Now, I [ think
thought ] the moon is big.
13. Next month, I [ think will think ] about a cooking class.
14. Tomorrow, she [ think
will think ] about driving slowly.
15. I [ think thought ] the accident was bad when I saw it.
Time and Calendar - Contractions
Contractions are often used by substituting ’ for some letters.
Examples:
I am = I’m
you are = you’re
she is = she’s
it is = it’s
Examples:
we are = we’re
it does not = it doesn’t
we do not = we don’t
I will = I’ll
I am thirsty. I’m thirsty
You are late. You’re late.
I have a car. I’ve a car.
It is 11:30.
It’s 11:30.
We are tall. We’re tall.
I will not go. I won’t go.
I will not = I won’t
I can not = I can’t
I have = I’ve
I have not = I haven’t
They have eaten lunch.
He will bring it tonight.
She will be here Sunday.
We are both ready.
I can not run fast.
I have not any milk.
They’ve eaten lunch.
He’ll bring it tonight.
She’ll be here Sunday.
We’re both ready.
I can’t run fast.
I haven’t any milk.
Substitute contractions in the following sentences:
1. I am hungry. ________________________.
2. You are going home after class. _________________________.
3. She is my sister. __________________________.
4. They are my friends. __________________________.
5. I will help you. _______________________.
6. He will not help you. ______________________.
7. She can not help you ______________________.
8. It is Pat’s book. _______________________.
9. They are Gene’s books. _____________________.
10. I will not go to the store. ______________________
Time and Calendar - Homework
What is your first name?__________________________________________
What is your last name?__________________________________________
What country are you from? _____________________________________
Does it snow in your country?___________________________________
When do you get up in the morning?_____________________________
What time do you eat breakfast?________________________________
What time do you go to work?___________________________________
What days of the week do you work?_____________________________
When do you eat dinner?________________________________________
What months are in the winter?__________________________________
What months are in the spring?___________________________________
What months are in the summer?_________________________________
What months are in the fall?______________________________________
Was it foggy this morning?_______________________________________
Was it icy this morning?__________________________________________
Was it freezing this morning?_____________________________________
Was it warm this morning?_______________________________________
money
bill
dollar
coin
penny
nickel
Next Week
What is the money in the US called?
The money in the US is the dollar.
How many cents are in the dollar?
There are one hundred cents.
What are the coins?
Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.
Are there any other coins?
Yes, half-dollars and dollars.
How much is a penny?
A penny is one cent.
dime
quarter
cent
give
put
add
How much is a nickel?
A nickel is five cents.
How much is a dime?
A dime is ten cents.
How much is a quarter?
A quarter is twenty-five cents.
What are the bills?
The one, five, ten, and twenty.
Are there any other bills?
Fifty dollars and one-hundred dollars.
To give (irregular)
Past
When did you give her the money?
I gave her the money when she gave me the bill.
Present
Do you give a tip?
Yes. I always give a 15% tip.
Future
Will you give me some help tomorrow?
Yes. I will give you some help tomorrow.
To put (irregular)
Past
Where did you put your coat?
I put my coat on the back of my chair.
Present
Where do you put your money?
I put my money in my purse.
Future
Where will you put your homework?
I will put it on my table.
To add (regular)
Past
Did you add sugar to my coffee?
Yes. I added a spoon of sugar.
Present
Do you add the bill at a restaurant?
Yes. I always add the bill.
Future
Will you add grocery bills?
No. I will not add them.