Days of the week- Make me say Yes

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: Time
Grammar Topic: Present Simple
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 12th Sep 2018

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Days of the week- Make me say Yes
Present Simple- Yes & No questions/Days of the week communicative practice 

Ask your partner Yes/ No questions such as those on the next page about one day of the 
week. You get one point if they say “
Yes”, but no points if they say “No”“I don’t know”, etc.

Change partners. Do the same, but this time you get no points if your partner can say 
“Yes, but I do that every day”, so you need to think more carefully about what they do that 
is different on different days. 

Do the same, but this time only asking about other people that your partner knows (so no 
“you” questions). 

Do the same, but this time with one point for “No” answers and no points for “Yes”“I don’t 
know”, etc. You also don’t get a point if your partner can say “No, I don’t, but I never do 
that”.

Do the same, but this time with one point for “I don’t know” answers and no points for 
other answers.

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2018

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Suggested questions

Do
Does

you
your family
your father
your mother
your grandmother
your grandfather
your big sister
your little sister
your big brother
your music 
teacher
your neighbour
your teacher
your PE teacher
your aunt
your best friend
your boyfriend
your girlfriend
your cousin
your daughter
your dentist
your doctor
your husband
your pet
your son
your uncle
your wife

(always)
(usually)

buy…
cook
do chores
do homework
do sports
do…
drink…
eat a packed lunch
eat…
eat out
feel relaxed
feel stressed
feel tired
feel…
get up late
go to bed late
go to (cram) school
go shopping
go to…
have free time
have club activities
help your mum
listen to…
meet…
play video games
play…
see your gran
see…
sleep a long time
spend (a lot) of 
time…
study…
travel by bus
travel by…
wake up early
walk a long way
watch television
watch…
wear a tie
work

(at…o’clock)
(at…past…)
(at… to…)

on…days?

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2018

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