If you want to read an article about time, go to this link.
About the possible activities to do in class, here you have:
Answer these questions and compare your comments with your partner(s)
- When do you lose track of time?
- Do you ever feel that time is running out? Think of an example
- In which situations do you feel that time drags on and on?
- Discuss with your partner(s) ehen you'd like time to just stand still
- In which situations does time fly for you? When does it go really slowly?
On page 17 there is a good exercise to speak about how to manage your time, especially if you are a clock-watcher. If you've done this quiz, talk about the results: if you agree, what you do to better your time management, ways to improve it and so on.
Tell a story to your partner about a strange or unusual experience you had. Then swap roles and ask questions to get more details.
Use the previous activity and write the story taking into account the prompts given in exercise 7a and 7b in your book.