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Reading for all

  1. 1. Reading for allThe ……in canada
  2. 2. Watch the video and speak with yourclassmate. What is it about? Click here
  3. 3. The weather in Canada. ABCD objectives ABCD objectives ObjectivesDaily weather The Weather How is the weather like? clothes Assessment Links and resources
  4. 4. How is weather like in …………? Think-Pair-Share Think-Pair-Share Click hereAutumn Winter summer Spring
  5. 5. How is weather like in …………? Think-Pair-Share Think-Pair-Share Click hereAutumn Winter summer Spring
  6. 6. Autumn Autumn – September to November In the autumn, typically the shortest of the seasons, days become noticeably shorter and the first frosts appear. Leaves in many parts of the country turn from green to red, yellow and brown before they fall from the trees. The weather during autumn can be rainy or dry; this is an unpredictable time of year. You can expect the first snows in November but sometimes they come earlier. You will need a coat, mittens, hat and boots as the end of fall arrives. Back
  7. 7. Winter Winter – December to February or later Winter is the longest season of the year. You must dress warmly to protect yourself from the cold when you are outside in winter. You will need a warm coat, mittens, hat and boots most days. Since you lose 90 per cent of your body heat through your head, a properly fitted hat is essential. You should also layer your clothing. For example, you might decide to wear long underwear – also called long johns or t-shirts and sweaters underneath your outer clothing. This keeps you warmer than if you wear one thick layer. Back
  8. 8. Summer Summer – June to August / September Daytime temperatures are usually above 20 degrees Celsius and can reach 30 degrees Celsius or higher during July as the weather becomes hotter. Areas like Durham Region near the Great Lakes in Ontario experience humid air and thunderstorms. Most areas experience mosquitoes in late spring or early summer. Make sure you arrive with clothing for warm weather but also have a coat or sweater on hand for cooler days. Light fabrics work best in the summer including short sleeves and short pants presuming your culture permits. Its wise to wear a hat and apply sunscreen to exposed skin to prevent sunburn. Back
  9. 9. Spring Spring – March to May This is the season when winter snow begins to melt. There is often a lot of rain during this period as the days become warmer and longer and the nights remain cool. Plants begin to grow in spring. Trees remain bare until April or May. You will need a warm coat and possibly a hat, mittens and boots during this season. An umbrella is also useful. Back
  10. 10. How is the weather today? To watch the videoThink-Pair-Square Check answers Click here
  11. 11. How is the weather today?Sunny Snowy Windy Rainy Stormy Cloudy To watch the video Click here Back
  12. 12. What should I wear? To watch the videoThink-Pair-Square Check answers Click here
  13. 13. What should I wear? hat coat bootsunglasses gloves shorts To watch the video Click here Back
  14. 14. By the end of the lesson the studask and answer questions about what the weather is the clothes needed to be worn in each seasondescribe what the weather is like outside, using the three main elements astheir guide, with words and picturesreport about the weather in specific countries. Back
  15. 15. My ABCDGiven one of the the sites about the Cweather My ABCD A the student will be able to name the weather season, the clothes suitable for B each and tell how the weather is like? By matching the wather types and the clothing Items with their suitable pictures. D Back
  16. 16. Assessment1- word search : http:// 2- Form question and answer: .doc 3- Writing activity her.doc 4- A reading comprehension: Back
  17. 17. Links and resources: d_Day.htm feature=player_embedded&v=kEau4IrfZ DY feature=player_embedded&v=EmHnm0U 6e18 eets/weather.htm Back /weather/Pages/default.aspx
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