Today Ss learned about weekly routines by using the expression "on Mondays", "on Tuesdays", etc.
Anselmo did a great job today with his speaking, sentence scrambles. He is really coming out of their shell.
There was a sentence that got students confused: "He leaves early on Mondays." Ss initially thought leaves meant the things that hang on trees. Once we clarified they began to understand the notion of leaves being an action as well as a thing.
Another confusing word was "gets". "He gets the sugar delivery on Thursdays." They were confusing it with guess. This is common and illustrates why classroom time is an effective way of clearing up these sound-alikes.