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  • 1. SaturdayAugust 25 , th 2012.
  • 2. Self-assessment format!
  • 3. Compare your homework!
  • 4. ObjectivesCommunicative:Comparing animals.Language:“A whale is bigger than a shark.”
  • 5. Learning StrategyUsing Imagery!
  • 6. Using Imagery!What?Using photos, images or pictures to understand the meaning of newvocabulary or the context where the words are used.How? Steps:1. Look at the images around the vocabulary and see if they directly relate to the words.2. If not, identify the places, people and things in the images.3. Then think about the context, the situation that the image shows.4. Make sure you understand the relationship between the image and the vocabulary you are learning.Why?To understand and memorize new vocabulary more easily byvisualizing things in your mind instead of trying to memorize a long listof concepts.
  • 7. TaskFind out the differences between the animalsnamed in the class, by comparing them withyour classmates’ help.
  • 8. Steps1. Draw the following chart in your notebook: Animal # 1 Animal # 2 Comparative form Example: Example: Whale ✓ Hummingbird Bigger Taller Faster Longer Heavier Smaller
  • 9. 2. Stand up.3. Interview 5 classmates following this pattern:A: Hi! What animal do you have?B: Hi! I have a whale. What about you?A: I have a hummingbird.B: Which one is bigger?A: The whale is bigger.B: Ok. Thanks, bye.A: Ok. Thanks, bye.
  • 10. A: Hi! What animal do you have?B: Hi! I have a __________. What about you?A: I have a __________.B: Which one is __________?A: The __________ is __________.B: Ok. Thanks, bye.A: Ok. Thanks, bye.
  • 11. Vocabulary Animals!1. Draw the IPA chart in your notebook.2. Try to guess the words with your couple.3. Once you find out the right words, grade your couple’s pronunciation.
  • 12. Let’s start!Match the vocabulary with the images!
  • 13. Steps1. List in a column the words from the IPA chart.1. Hippo.2. Python.3. Whale.4. Shark.5. Hummingbird.
  • 14. 2. Look at the images.3. Match the letters to the words.4. Compare your answers with your couple.5. After you find out the right answers, correct them.
  • 15. D. E.B. C. A.
  • 16. Open your book on page 18.
  • 17. Wrap up!1. Did we achieve the objectives?2. Did we use today’s learning strategy?3. Did we complete our task?
  • 18. Homework1. Practice book. Pages 21, 22, and 23.2. Play the following game online: Write 5 sentences comparing two of the animals named in the class.Example:A hummingbird is smaller than a hippo.