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This selection of my favourite English lesson resources is adapted specifically for other Hong Kong primary children. All have an informal, fun-based approach and are original designs courtesy of yours truly.

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Tom's TEFL: Animals Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Designed for Hong Kong primary children. Subject: Animals
  • 2.
    • What is a pet?
    • Do you have a pet?
    • What does it look like?
    • How do you care for your pet? What does it need?
    I love English
  • 3. How many animals can we name?
  • 4. animal revision flashcards
  • 5. Mouse Sheep Fish Giraffe
  • 6. Pig Chicken Snake Lion Elephant
  • 7. Horse Monkey Rabbit Cow
  • 8. Spider Cat Dog Lizard monster!
  • 9. new animals
  • 10. Panda
  • 11. Octopus
  • 12. Gorilla
  • 13. Camel
  • 14. Parrot
  • 15. Hamster
  • 16. Turtle
  • 17. Hippo / Hippopotamus
  • 18. Shark
  • 19. Rhino
  • 20. Kangaroo
  • 21. Bear
  • 22. Penguin
  • 23. REVISION
  • 24. crazy animal game!
  • 25. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Dog + Bird = Dird Bird + Fox = Box What different animals can you see?
  • 26. What different animals can you see? What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Chick dog C owl
  • 27. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Pengu at Horse cat parrot What different animals can you see?
  • 28. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Bat bird Cow rilla What different animals can you see?
  • 29. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? What different animals can you see? D orse Snail snake
  • 30. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Dog rilla What different animals can you see? Chick man
  • 31. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Kanga zebra goat aroo Ele bird What different animals can you see?
  • 32. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? What different animals can you see? Sh ird Dol ephant
  • 33. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? What different animals can you see? Croco hopper Fish ard
  • 34. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Dog man Croco frog What different animals can you see?
  • 35. hammer head game
  • 36.
    • Hammer Head Game
    • Two students must face each other at the front of the class and name different kinds of animals.
    • The first person to hesitate is ‘bopped’ on the head with an inflatable hammer!
    GAME!
  • 37. where can we see animals?
  • 38. At the zoo environments
  • 39. At the park environments
  • 40. In the jungle (forest, woods) environments
  • 41. In the river (lake, pond) environments
  • 42. On safari environments
  • 43. On the farm environments
  • 44. In the sea environments
  • 45. In the sky environments
  • 46. In the home environments
  • 47. 1 2 3 6 9 7 4 5 8 7
  • 48. what do they need? Blackboard game
  • 49. WHAT DOES IT NEED? The ________ needs ________ We can give him some some light a cup of tea some food
  • 50. WHAT DOES IT NEED? The ________ needs a ________ We can give him one a cage a bed a pencil
  • 51. WHAT DOES IT NEED? The ________ needs a ________ We can give him one a fan a banana a scarf
  • 52. WHAT DOES IT NEED? The ________ _____ ________ We can give him some some water a cat a jumper
  • 53. WHAT DOES IT NEED? ___ ________ ______ ________ We can give him some cry cry cry a cup noodle some love a heater
  • 54. WHAT DOES IT NEED? ___ ________ ______ ________ We can give him some a heater pair of sunglasses a dinosaur
  • 55. dominos game!
  • 56. DOMINOS GAME For example:
  • 57. big TV game
  • 58. BIG TV GAME
    • One student must stand at the front of the classroom.
    • An animal will appear on the screen.
    • The class must describe the animal but they cannot say its name, make noises or use actions.
    • The student must guess the animal.
  • 59. TEAM BIG TV One student sits at the front. The class may use your English to describe it. Do not say the word! spider
  • 60. TEAM BIG TV One student sits at the front. The class may use your English to describe it. Do not say the word! panda
  • 61. TEAM BIG TV One student sits at the front. The class may use your English to describe it. Do not say the word! monkey
  • 62. TEAM BIG TV One student sits at the front. The class may use your English to describe it. Do not say the word! penguin
  • 63. TEAM BIG TV One student sits at the front. The class may use your English to describe it. Do not say the word! fish
  • 64. TEAM BIG TV One student sits at the front. The class may use your English to describe it. Do not say the word! parrot
  • 65. TEAM BIG TV One student sits at the front. The class may use your English to describe it. Do not say the word! snake
  • 66. TEAM BIG TV One student sits at the front. The class may use your English to describe it. Do not say the word! camel
  • 67. TEAM BIG TV One student sits at the front. The class may use your English to describe it. Do not say the word! octopus
  • 68. Animal sounds
  • 69.
    • What animal is this?
    It’s a bear .
  • 70. What animal is this? They are bats .
  • 71. What animal is this? It’s a cat .
  • 72. What animal is this? It’s a chicken .
  • 73. What animal is this? It’s a cow .
  • 74. What animal is this? It’s a dog .
  • 75. What animal is this? It’s a donkey .
  • 76. What animal is this? It’s an elephant .
  • 77. What animal is this? It’s a goose .
  • 78. What animal is this? It’s a goat .
  • 79. What animal is this? It’s a horse .
  • 80. What animal is this? It’s a leopard .
  • 81. What animal is this? It’s a lion .
  • 82. What animal is this? It’s a monkey .
  • 83. What animal is this? It’s a rooster .
  • 84. What animal is this? It’s a chimpanzee .
  • 85. What animal is this? It’s a seal .
  • 86. What animal is this? It’s a sheep .
  • 87. What animal is this? It’s a tiger .
  • 88. What animal is this? It’s a frog .
  • 89. What animal is this? It’s a turkey .
  • 90. What animal is this? It’s a whale .
  • 91. What animal is this? It’s a wolf .
  • 92. Animal idioms
  • 93. As busy as a bee Someone who is very busy. “The principal was as busy as a bee”
  • 94. As blind as a bat Someone who is not aware of what is going on in front of them. Not paying attention. “ If you thought that painting was nice, you must be as blind as a bat”
  • 95. It's raining cats and dogs Raining very heavily. “ It has been raining cats and dogs all day in Hong Kong!”
  • 96. A frog in your throat Your voice is not clear. “ I can’t hear you – have you a frog in your throat?”
  • 97. When pigs fly A way to joke about something you think will never happen. “ Will you actually finish your homework on time David?” “ Yes, sure, when pigs fly!”
  • 98. Ants in your pants Someone impatient who cannot keep still. “ Sit down Jonny and keep still! You must have ants in your pants!”
  • 99. Fishing for compliments Inviting people to give you a compliment. “ Oh my new hair is SO ugly!” “ Are you fishing for compliments? Because your hair is lovely!”
  • 100. Pull the wool over your eyes To cheat or deceive someone. “ You can’t pull the wool over my eyes – I know that you already have a girlfriend”
  • 101. A little bird told me... Tracy has a new boyfriend! To gossip. “ A little bird told me that you are going to get a new job!”
  • 102. Gone bananas To go crazy. “ I took some of his chocolate, and he went bananas!”
  • 103. Apple of your/my eye Someone you love more than anyone else. “ My wife is the apple of my eye.”
  • 104. To chicken out Bye bye! To quit something at the last moment. “ I should be on the TV quiz show today but I chickened out!”
  • 105. Copy cat Someone who copies. “ Do your own homework – don’t be a copy cat!”
  • 106. Dark horse Someone you cannot trust. “ He told me our tickets were $100, but I think they cost less – he’s a dark horse.”
  • 107. In the dog house Someone who has been bad or is being punished. “ My sister is in the dog house as my mother caught her stealing.”
  • 108. To pig out To eat a lot in one go. “ Let’s pig out on pizza!”
  • 109. To smell a rat You can sense/believe something is not right. “ The teacher could smell a rat so asked the student if their parents helped with their homework.”
  • 110. Cat got your tongue Someone who won’t speak up or answer questions. “ Why won’t you tell me who took my chocolate? Cat got your tongue?”
  • 111.