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Measurement: Time.

1. Equality time units (second, minute, hour, day, month, year, lustrum, decade, century). 

 Equalities. 

1 year = 12 months. 

1 month = 30 days.

1 day = 24 hours. 

1 hour = 60 minutes. 

1 minute= 60 seconds. 

1 lustrum (five year period): 5 years.

1 year: 365 days. 

1 year: 52 weeks.

1 decade: 10 years. 

1 week: 7 days. 

1 century: 100 years.

 MONTHS OF THE YEAR. 

January, february, march, 

april, may, june,

july, august, september, 

october, november, december. 

WEEK DAYS. 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 

 

2. Analog clock and digital clock.

What time is it?

It's...

How long is it until (hour)? / How soon will it be (hour)? / How many minutes are there/ do we need until it is (hour)?/ When will it be (hour)?

Minutes (first) , hours (then). 

... past ... --> (0-30 minutes)

... to ... --> (30-60 minutes)

half past ... --> ... : 30. 

a quarter past ... --> ...: 15

a quarter to ... --> ...: 45

o clock --> ...: 00

3. Explanation time. Video. 

4. Exercises and problem solving. 

Click the button below "time exercises". You can start doing exercises: change the units of measure and solve the problems. 

There are compulsory activities, and activities to learn more (optional). 

Problem solving. Steps.

1. Copy essential information (datum). 

2. Question.

3. Calculations. 

4. Result, with the unit of measure. 

5. Group working. Collaborative work. 

TV schedule. 

14:40 News. 17:53 Television serie
15:05 Sports. 18:00 Art Attack.
16:00 Documentary 18:25 Film.
16:57 Cartoons. 20:05 News 2.

a) If now, it's three o'clock post meridiem / afternoon, what programme is being broadcast? It is going to finish or it has just started?

b) How long does it last the Sports?

c) At half past four, what programme is being broadcast? How long is it until the programme finished?

d) It is correct to say that the documentary lasts 1 hour approximately?

e) Think and design 3 questions more to solve with this schedule. Then ask to your partners. 

6. Sing a song. 

7. Do you want to play?

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