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In the wild & in the cinema


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ELT lesson for young learners grades 5-7

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In the wild & in the cinema

  1. 1. Grade 6, English Jane Cohen 28.3.2016
  2. 2. Yes / NoYes / No Some cloudsA rainbow Some treesSome mountains Some ballsA river Some birdsA teacup Some flowersA snake Some arrowsSome bowls Some pigsSome elephants The starsThe moon
  3. 3. Yes / NoYes / No YesSome cloudsNoA rainbow YesSome treesYesSome mountains NoSome ballsNoA river YesSome birdsYesA teacup YesSome flowersYesA snake YesSome arrowsYesSome bowls YesSome pigsNoSome elephants NoThe starsYesThe moon
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  6. 6. A kung Fu master is prepared to… Train hard Move fast Be brave And above all… Be ready for anything. But nothing can prepare him for his greatest challenge yet. Who are you? I am Li Shan. I'm looking for my son. You lost your son? Yes, many years ago. I lost my father I am very sorry Thank you Well, good luck to you You too, I hope you find your son And I hope you find your father
  7. 7. KungFu Panda • What do you think you know about Kung Fu Panda? • What do you think is his greatest challenge yet? • What would you like to ask Kung Fu Panda? Giant Panda Facts • What country are Pandas from? • What is their habitat like? • What do they eat? • How big are they?
  8. 8. For a long time, scientists weren’t sure if giant pandas were bears or perhaps more closely related to raccoons. Now we know that giant pandas are indeed members of the bear family, similar to other bears in their general looks and the way they walk and climb. Bamboo is the most important plant in a giant panda's life. They spend at least 12 hours each day eating bamboo. Pandas grasp bamboo stalks with their five fingers and a special wristbone. They use their teeth to peel off the tough outer layers of the stalk to reveal the soft inner tissue. They also eat the leaves. Giant pandas are only about the size of a stick of butter at birth, and they're hairless and helpless. The panda mother gives great care to her tiny cub, usually cradling it in one paw and holding it close to her chest. For several days after birth, the mother does not leave the den, not even to eat or drink!