Telling the Time – Class Tips

 

Adult ESL learners have countless daily opportunities for listening and speaking in English as they interact as workers, family members, community members, and classroom learners. Some listening is non-face- to-face, such as listening to movies and broadcast media, listening on the phone, and listening to loudspeaker announcements. Most listening, however, combines short bursts of face-to-face listening interspersed with speaking – such as asking and telling the time.

 

Double Dictation

Working in Pairs get your students to :

1. Ask What time it is

2. Write down the time

3. Check to see if Correct

 

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