Learn to talk about your bedtime

Unit 2 All Day Long

Lessons 30-32 Learn to talk about your bedtime

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Communication Box

To be in bed to feel sleepy bedtime story to promise tonight

To go to bed in time

Very much the same. Sleep tight!

Sweet dreams!

1. Look and say what children usually do at their bedtime.

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Example: Children usually listen to a fairytale at their bedtime.

2. Listen and repeat.

WEE WILLIE WINKIE

Wee Willie Winkie runs through the town,

Upstairs, downstairs in his nightgown.

Knocking at the window, crying through the lock,

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“Are the children in their beds, for now

It’s eight o’clock?”

/w/ – wee, Willie, winkie, window

/av/ – town, gown, downstairs, now

3. Look, match and say what these children feel or do at eight o’clock.

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To feel sleepy a bedtime story

To be in bed to go to bed in time

Example: It’s eight o’clock in the evening. This child feels sleepy.

4. Listen and role-play.

GOOD NIGHT!

Willie: I say, Jane, it’s eight o’clock. It’s bedtime, isn’t it?

Jane: Of course, it is. I feel sleepy.

Willie: Me, too. It was a busy day with me: I went to school, did my lessons, played football and what not. How was your day, I wonder?

Jane: Very much the same. I didn’t play football, of course, but I went to my dancing class. Now I’m ready for a bedtime story.

Willie: Are you going to read one?

Jane: Not tonight. My mum promised to tell me something special this time – about Wee Willie Winkie who runs through the town.

Willie: So good night, sleep tight!

Jane: Sweet dreams!

Remember!

My mum promised to tell me something special this time. I didn’t play football.

5. Talk with a friend about your bedtime. Use:

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On your own: Draw a picture of your favourite bedtime story and describe it.

Example: As for me, I like to listen to bedtime stories very much. My fafourite bedtime story is Pinocchio. It is about…

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6. Look and guess what Jane still wanted to do when it was bedtime.

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Example: I think Jane still wanted to… .

7. Read and say what helped Jane to go to bed in time.

A BEDTIME STORY FOR JANE

Once there lived a little girl, Jane, who didn’t want to go to bed in time, even after a busy day. When it was bedtime, she still had so many things to do: cartoons, games, stories, or pictures.

One evening the girl’s mum came into her room and said, “It’s eight o’clock, dear. Time to go to bed.” The girl wanted more time to play. But her mum said, “No more playing. Wee Willie Winkie is running through the town”. And the bedtime story began…

From that time on, the girl always went to bed in time, ready for another bedtime story.

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8. Label the pictures.

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Example: It was bedtime.

9. Talk with friends about your bedtime Use:

As for me, … .

When it is bedtime, I… .

I still have… .

I want more time to… .

But my mum says that it is time to… .

She promises to… .

So I am ready… .

10. Write a note to Wee Willie Wnkie. Use:

Dear… ,

Thank you so much!

Now it is… o’clock. I am in bed.

Good night, sleep… .

Yours, …

Do it yourself! Make a picture of Wee Willie Winkie.


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