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Lesson 1: Fashionable Life
I go to design school after work.

I can listen to and understand someone's schedule.

INTRODUCE

You can plan activities with people by asking about their schedule.

PRESENT

STEP A VOCABULARY

I. Listen and repeat.

dinner

bed

school

work

my break

my workout

II. Which of the things above are part of your daily schedule?

III. Practice reading the words.

/ɪ/

/i:/

dinner

cleaner

risen

reason

sizzling

season

STEP B GRAMMAR TIP

Use before, during, and after to say when an action happens.

  • I read fashion magazines before bed.
  • I do my homework during my break.
  • I go to the gym after work.

Use right with before and after to say that an action happened immediately before/after something.

  • I play video games right before dinner.
  • I attend club meetings right after school.

UNDERSTAND

LISTENING

Kana is talking to her coworker Henri about his schedule.

TRIVIA

Day job does not literally mean a job that you do during the day. It means a job that you do to make money but do not enjoy. Many actors and musicians, for example, have day jobs to pay the bills.

PRACTICE

STEP A EXERCISE

Fill in the blanks using the words in the box and the schedule.

before
during
right after
after

 

  1. I have dinner with friends _____ work.
  2. I read _____ my break.
  3. I eat breakfast _____ work.
  4. I watch TV _____ dinner.

STEP B EXERCISE

Complete the sentences using your own information.

ex. I go to bed right after my bath.

 

  1. I _____ during my break.
  2. I watch TV right before _____.
  3. I have a snack during _____.
  4. I brush my teeth right after _____.

CHALLENGE

Challenge 1

You are in France for a few days. Your French friend is very busy but wants to meet with you. She left you a voicemail about her schedule.


Listen to the voicemail. Then, call your friend back and make plans to meet with her.

Today's grammar tip

  • before, right before
  • during
  • after, right after

Challenge 2

Discuss your ideas.

If Time
Allows
1

SCHEDULES

2

MAKING PLANS

3

MODELING

1

SCHEDULES

  1. What’s your daily schedule like?
  2. Do you think it’s good to write down your schedule?
  3. What do you think about when you make your schedule (ex. meetings, schoolwork, dates)?
  4. Do you often change your schedule?

2MAKING PLANS

  1. What activities do you usually plan with others?
  2. Who do you usually make plans with?
  3. When do you usually make plans (ex. one month before, one day before)?
  4. What problems do you sometimes have when you try to make plans with other people?

3MODELING

  1. Do you want to be a model?
  2. What type of model do you want to be (ex. fashion, runway, commercial)?
  3. What brand do you want to model?
  4. What countries do you want to model in?

FEEDBACK

I can listen to and understand someone's schedule.

LESSON GOAL ACHIEVEMENT

  • 4
    Very Good

    Could complete the task with ease

  • 3
    Good

    Could complete the task with some clarifications

  • 2
    Fair

    Could complete the task with additional instructions

  • 1
    Poor

    Could somehow complete the task with difficulty

PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK

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