Lesson 6 What time do you get up?

Lesson 6: Summary of Goals

Vocabulary Actions (daily activities)
Numbers 1~60 (for time)
Dialogue What time do you get up?
I get up at six thirty.
Other Country and city names.

4 class hours are recommended for Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6 by MEXT. Here's the official MEXT lesson plans pdf download.

Grammar for this lesson focuses around "What time do you get up?"

Vocabulary is related to different actions students might do during their day (eg. eat breakfast, go to school, etc), to fill in the "What time do you ~?" question.

Lesson 6 Class 1

Vocabulary Actions (daily activities)
Numbers 1~60 (for time)
Dialogue What time do you get up?
I get up at six thirty.
Other Country and city names.
Grey = future lessons, bold = current lesson, normal = previous lessons

Goals

  • Review Lesson 5
  • Review numbers 1 - 60
  • Get used to time
  • Get used to new actions

Activities

To review lesson 5:

  • Let's Chant (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 5, p.21)
    Version 2 = "I want to see/eat ~."
    Version 3 = "You can see/eat ~."
  • Snap
    Students should still have the cards from when they used them in lesson 5. In groups, (using one set of cards) the leader says "Let's go to ~." and students snap on that country. Leader changes each turn.
    Option: the winner has to say "I want to see/eat ~."
    Option 2: The leader says "I want to see/eat ~." and students snap on the correct country.

To review numbers:

  • Count around the circle
    Students count in a circle. Either in order around the circle or randomly by pointing to the next person.
  • How many fingers janken
    In pairs, students put out 1 to 5 fingers, count the total and say the number out loud. First to speak wins. Super fun!
  • Number fingers
    Walking and talking, student test each other using fingers to confirm the number. Fast, active, peer-to-peer learning.

For getting used to time:

  • Let's Listen 1 (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6, p.22)
    Students listen and fill in the time in their textbooks.

Get used to new actions:

  • Let's Play 2 (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6, p.22)
    In the ohajkiki game, students place up to 5 ohajiki (flat glass beads, or any other counter) on 5 different action pictures. Teacher calls out actions, students remove those ohajiki, first to remove all ohajiki wins. Bingo!
    Option: Allow students to call out the actions. TIP: Set a rule - you can/can't call out an action you have an ohajiki on. Both versions are fun.
  • Gesture game
    One student does a gesture, others guess which action she is gesturing. eg. Leisurely raise arms up in air = get up.
  • Keyword game
    Students in pairs repeat vocabulary until teacher says the keyword when they snatch the eraser sitting between them.

Lesson 6 Class 2

Vocabulary Actions (daily activities)
Numbers 1~60 (for time)
Dialogue What time do you get up?
I get up at six thirty.
Other Country and city names.
Grey = future lessons, bold = current lesson, normal = previous lessons

Goals

  • Review Lesson 4
  • Review actions/time
  • Review or get used to country names in English
  • Communicating what time one does something

Activities

To review Lesson 4:

To review actions and time:

  • Either ohajiki game, keyword game or gesture game (see Class 1)
  • Let's Listen 2 (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6, p.23)
    Students listen to Sakura talk about her day, filling in the times.

For reviewing country names:

  • Teacher's presentation
    Get to know some world geography for yourself (if you don't already), point to the map (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6, p.24 - 25) and tell students a little about each place (eg. local food or attraction).
    • Tokyo, Japan (eg. Sky Tree, 634m tall)
    • Sydney, Australia (eg. meat pies, yummy)
    • Beijing, China (eg. Olympics 2008, Winter Olympics 2022)
    • Moscow, Russia (eg. Very cold, very very big)
    • London, UK (eg. fish and chips, yummy)
    • Sao Paulo, Brazil (eg. 2016 Olympics - Rio)
    • New York, America (eg. Statue of Liberty)
    • Vancouver, Canada (eg. West Coast by Seattle)

Communicating what time one does something:

  • Let's Listen 3 (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6, p.24 - 25)
    Students listen and draw a line to show which country and write the time.
  • Let's chant (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6, p.24)
    What time, What time, do you get up? At seven, At seven, I get up at seven.
  • Teacher's skit
    Have a small conversation with the JTE about when you both get up (or eat dinner, etc). JTE should then ask students (in Japanese) what they thought you just spoke about. Repeat conversation if necessary.
  • Group by time
    Students walk around and tell each other what time they get up (no question yet). If they find someone with the same time, start walking together.

Lesson 6 Class 3

Vocabulary Actions (daily activities)
Numbers 1~60 (for time)
Dialogue What time do you get up?
I get up at six thirty.
Other Country and city names.
Grey = future lessons, bold = current lesson, normal = previous lessons

Goals

  • Review Lesson 3
  • Review actions and numbers and time
  • Ask and answer what time one does something

Activities

To review Lesson 3:

  • Let's Chant (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 3, p.12)
  • Collecting "Me too's."
    Students walk around, find a partner and say "I can play the piano." If the other students can do it as well, they say "Me too.", hi five and they both get a point. If they can't, they say something they can do and say farewell.

To review actions:

To review numbers for time:

  • As recommended in Class 1 - various number review activities
  • Human clock - "What time is it?"
    Students walk around class, find talking partner. Janken. Winner uses arms as clock hands to show the time and asks "What time is it?" Partner answers. Give praise if correct.
    TIP: To make this not so confusing for students, demonstrate how to do it in a way that makes it easy to read the human clock. Start with both hands up (as in 12 o'clock). First rotate the hour hand clockwise to the hour. Next move the minute hand, again clockwise, to the minutes. Keep minute hand to either 15, 30, 45 or o'clock.

For questions about what time one does something:

  • Let's chant (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6, p.24)
  • Activity 1(Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6, p.23)
    Students guess what time the teachers get up, etc, then ask the teacher as a class. Option: divide each row into two, so they can ask both the ALT and the HRT.
  • Activity 2 (PLUS: Collecting signatures)
    Students fill in the table. Then they walk around the class asking others "What time do you ~?" Each student should ask each other the same question before moving on to the next question. If they find they do something at the same time, they collect a signature from that person. Signatures go anywhere on p.25 (in ocean space east of the American continent).

Lesson 6 Class 4

Vocabulary Actions (daily activities)
Numbers 1~60 (for time)
Dialogue What time do you get up?
I get up at six thirty.
Other Country and city names.
Grey = future lessons, bold = current lesson, normal = previous lessons

Goals

  • Review Lesson 2
  • Ask and answer what time one does something.

Activities

To review Lesson 2:

  • "When is ~." quiz
    Teachers first, then students ask the class "When is ~?" questions. Make teams and give points to make it competitive. 

To ask and answer what time one does something:

  • Let's chant (Hi, friends! 2 Lesson 6, p.24)
  • Snap
    Students make small groups, one set of cards laid out in the center. Rotating around, students take turns saying "I get up at seven thirty." Others snap, winner gets the card for a point.
  • Group by time
    As in Class 2, this time with questions. Students walk around and talk to as many people as they can. Same time - walk around together, making bigger and bigger groups. Round 1: "What time do you get up?" Round 2: What time do you go to school?" (or get suggestions from students).

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