Daily Routines


This lesson module is designed for Spanish speaking Colombian Intermediate adults that are learning English in an online setting.  They will have to complete and compare their favorite daily routine with someone they admire daily routine, what is different when using present simple third person.




Dear Students, 

In this section you will find the class routine.  These are the steps that you always need to take into account:

1. Watch the videos as many times as you need.  

2. Look for more information in any website of your preference if you think and feel you need it.

3. Do assignments.

4. Email me if you have any questions:  marcelarangolopez@gmail.com


1. Dear students, you are going to start watching some videos about some people's daily routines.  First, you are going to start watching a daily routine vocabulary.


2.  Look at the Daily routines vocabulary.  Think about your own daily routine while you watch the pictures.  Then, you will have a  Matching Exercise, you will need to match the word with the picture.


Daily routines vocabulary:  



Matching game:



3.  Watch Sara's daily routine video.  After that, compare HER routine with the examples given above.  What do you see different?  Do the verbs are used the same way?  Do they change?  Which pronouns change and which ones do not?  



4. Watch the following video and answer some questions about the video:


  • What time does he wake up?
  • what time does he get up?
  • What does he usually have for breakfast?
  • What does he usually have breakfast on weekends?
  • What does he do after breakfast?
  • What times does he leave the house?
  • How long does he take to get to work?
  • What time does he start to work?
  • Who does he have lunch with?
  • Where does he have lunch his coworkers?
  • What time does he leave from work?
  • What does he do after work?
  • What does he do after dinner?
  • What does he do on the sofa?
  • How long does he watch TV?
  • What does he drink before going to bed?
  • What time does he go to bed?


5.  Kahoot:  On this game, you will have the chance to practice daily routines vocabulary:



6.  Think of your most favorite famous person.  Make up that person's daily routine.  Compare your routine with that famous person's daily routine.  Be ready to write about your favorite person's daily routine.  Then, complete these Padlets with your routine and your famous or favorite's person daily routine.


Famous person's daily routine:



Your daily routine:



7.  Complete the following activities for practicing daily routines:




Dear students,

This is the last activity to do.  This is an opportunity to assess yourselves and see how much you have learned.



After finishing the above activity.  Please take a moment to answer the following questions.  


Question Yes No Why Suggestion
1. Were the activities attractive and meaningful for you?        
2. Were the activities clear to develop?        
3. Were the videos appropriate for the lesson?        
4. Do you have any comments related to this class in order to improve the activities and make them better for a near future?        



Dear students,

You have completed the Daily Routines Module and we can conclude that:

It is important to learn to differentiate the use of the Present Simple when talking about daily routines.  Especially when the third Person; he, she, it. is used, the verbs have variations as shown on the videos and all the activities provided for you on this WebQuest.   As your teacher, I hope you keep on going on this journey of learning English as your Second Language.  Feeling so proud of you all.

Best regards,

Mrs. Marcie. 

Teacher Page

I am Marcela Arango or Mrs. Marcie as the majority of my English students call me!  I invite you to look at my Teacher webpage by clicking on the link below.  Thank you so much for being part of my teaching community.