Presentation on theme: "ELD-Daily Routines 1 Objective: Students will be able to describe an action that they do at home. Signal Word: routine."— Presentation transcript:
ELD-Daily Routines 1 Objective: Students will be able to describe an action that they do at home. Signal Word: routine
Our predictions for the word, routine: To do something over and over (2) Something you do every day (2) Practice everyday To do something every day of your life To go in circles
Routine has two parts of speech: a noun. It is an action that someone does on a regular basis. Example sentence: Our fire drills are a routine so that we are ready for a real emergency. an adjective. It is a description of a regular action. Example sentence: Our routine fire drills prepare us for a real emergency.
How many students perform chores on a routine basis? Type of Chore (verb+article+noun)# of students who do this chore Wash the clothes8 Clean the room16 Scrub the dishes14 Vacuum the carpet14 Scour the bathroom5 Take out the garbage14 Dust the furniture5 Spray the windows9 Sweep the floors10
Grammatical Forms We Will Use precise verbs household nouns
Precise Verb and Noun Examples That Relate to Chore Routines Verb that relates to a choreNoun that relates to a household chore scourpans clean outbathroom disinfecttoilet restorespeakers servicepackage preparedinner bathemyself groomhair press or ironshirt
Patterns for Prompts and Responses Questions: ①What chores do you do around the house? ②What daily routines do you do around your house? Responses X 3: ①I _______(precise verb) the/my__________ (noun).
Example Responses ①I scour the dishes. ②I mow the lawn. ③I prepare my breakfast. ④I clean my room.