Learning to Tell the Time on Analogue and Digital Clocks
Age Group : 8 years and over
The book series entitled “Temporal Orientation” consists of five volumes. It aims to improve:
- awareness and understanding of time,
- the perception of a temporal sequence, consisting of juxtaposed facts and ideas in a logical order,
- the perception and estimation of duration, i.e. the time an action takes or a period lasts,
- orientation in time or temporal perspective.
The “Temporal Orientation – Learning to Tell the Time on Analogue and Digital Clocks” book has 301 pages and contains a theory section, 205 pages of exercises divided into four levels of difficulty and seven interactive games:
Level 1: outlines the prerequisites and vocabulary a child needs to be able to tell the time, along with some exercises on these prerequisites.
Level 2: has a series of exercises related to understanding and using an analogue clock.
Level 3: has a series of exercises related to understanding and using a digital clock.
Level 4: has a series of exercises related to understanding, using and general awareness of analogue and digital time.
Interactive games and activities: this section has seven interactive games:
1. I have the time, do you?
2. Party time!
3. Time on Earth
4. My watch is wrong!
5. The game of 20 questions
6. How long does it take?
7. Daily activities
- Temporal orientation - Definition
- Temporal perception
- Temporal concepts
- Developing the concept of time (Piaget)
- Measuring time
- Temporal concepts - Stages of development
- Processing time
- List of words and expressions that indicate time
- Activities overview
- Level 1 – Prerequisites and vocabulary
- Level 2 – Analogue time
- Level 3 – Digital time
- Level 4 – Analogue and digital time
Interactive games and activities
Type: Paper or PDF file
Number of pages: 301
Author: Alice Kassotaki - Speech Language Pathologist MSc, BSc
Translation & Proofreading: Paula McGowan