Tom's TEFL: Animals

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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

    1. 1. Designed for Hong Kong primary children. Subject: Animals
    2. 2. <ul><li>What is a pet? </li></ul><ul><li>Do you have a pet? </li></ul><ul><li>What does it look like? </li></ul><ul><li>How do you care for your pet? What does it need? </li></ul>I love English
    3. 3. How many animals can we name?
    4. 4. animal revision flashcards
    5. 5. Mouse Sheep Fish Giraffe
    6. 6. Pig Chicken Snake Lion Elephant
    7. 7. Horse Monkey Rabbit Cow
    8. 8. Spider Cat Dog Lizard monster!
    9. 9. new animals
    10. 10. Panda
    11. 11. Octopus
    12. 12. Gorilla
    13. 13. Camel
    14. 14. Parrot
    15. 15. Hamster
    16. 16. Turtle
    17. 17. Hippo / Hippopotamus
    18. 18. Shark
    19. 19. Rhino
    20. 20. Kangaroo
    21. 21. Bear
    22. 22. Penguin
    23. 23. REVISION
    24. 24. crazy animal game!
    25. 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. 26. What different animals can you see? What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Chick dog C owl
    27. 27. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Pengu at Horse cat parrot What different animals can you see?
    28. 28. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Bat bird Cow rilla What different animals can you see?
    29. 29. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? What different animals can you see? D orse Snail snake
    30. 30. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Dog rilla What different animals can you see? Chick man
    31. 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. 32. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? What different animals can you see? Sh ird Dol ephant
    33. 33. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? What different animals can you see? Croco hopper Fish ard
    34. 34. What would be a good name for these new crazy animals? Dog man Croco frog What different animals can you see?
    35. 35. hammer head game
    36. 36. <ul><li>Hammer Head Game </li></ul><ul><li>Two students must face each other at the front of the class and name different kinds of animals. </li></ul><ul><li>The first person to hesitate is ‘bopped’ on the head with an inflatable hammer! </li></ul>GAME!
    37. 37. where can we see animals?
    38. 38. At the zoo environments
    39. 39. At the park environments
    40. 40. In the jungle (forest, woods) environments
    41. 41. In the river (lake, pond) environments
    42. 42. On safari environments
    43. 43. On the farm environments
    44. 44. In the sea environments
    45. 45. In the sky environments
    46. 46. In the home environments
    47. 47. 1 2 3 6 9 7 4 5 8 7
    48. 48. what do they need? Blackboard game
    49. 49. WHAT DOES IT NEED? The ________ needs ________ We can give him some some light a cup of tea some food
    50. 50. WHAT DOES IT NEED? The ________ needs a ________ We can give him one a cage a bed a pencil
    51. 51. WHAT DOES IT NEED? The ________ needs a ________ We can give him one a fan a banana a scarf
    52. 52. WHAT DOES IT NEED? The ________ _____ ________ We can give him some some water a cat a jumper
    53. 53. WHAT DOES IT NEED? ___ ________ ______ ________ We can give him some cry cry cry a cup noodle some love a heater
    54. 54. WHAT DOES IT NEED? ___ ________ ______ ________ We can give him some a heater pair of sunglasses a dinosaur
    55. 55. dominos game!
    56. 56. DOMINOS GAME For example:
    57. 57. big TV game
    58. 58. BIG TV GAME <ul><li>One student must stand at the front of the classroom. </li></ul><ul><li>An animal will appear on the screen. </li></ul><ul><li>The class must describe the animal but they cannot say its name, make noises or use actions. </li></ul><ul><li>The student must guess the animal. </li></ul>
    59. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 68. Animal sounds
    69. 69. <ul><li>What animal is this? </li></ul>It’s a bear .
    70. 70. What animal is this? They are bats .
    71. 71. What animal is this? It’s a cat .
    72. 72. What animal is this? It’s a chicken .
    73. 73. What animal is this? It’s a cow .
    74. 74. What animal is this? It’s a dog .
    75. 75. What animal is this? It’s a donkey .
    76. 76. What animal is this? It’s an elephant .
    77. 77. What animal is this? It’s a goose .
    78. 78. What animal is this? It’s a goat .
    79. 79. What animal is this? It’s a horse .
    80. 80. What animal is this? It’s a leopard .
    81. 81. What animal is this? It’s a lion .
    82. 82. What animal is this? It’s a monkey .
    83. 83. What animal is this? It’s a rooster .
    84. 84. What animal is this? It’s a chimpanzee .
    85. 85. What animal is this? It’s a seal .
    86. 86. What animal is this? It’s a sheep .
    87. 87. What animal is this? It’s a tiger .
    88. 88. What animal is this? It’s a frog .
    89. 89. What animal is this? It’s a turkey .
    90. 90. What animal is this? It’s a whale .
    91. 91. What animal is this? It’s a wolf .
    92. 92. Animal idioms
    93. 93. As busy as a bee Someone who is very busy. “The principal was as busy as a bee”
    94. 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. 95. It's raining cats and dogs Raining very heavily. “ It has been raining cats and dogs all day in Hong Kong!”
    96. 96. A frog in your throat Your voice is not clear. “ I can’t hear you – have you a frog in your throat?”
    97. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 102. Gone bananas To go crazy. “ I took some of his chocolate, and he went bananas!”
    103. 103. Apple of your/my eye Someone you love more than anyone else. “ My wife is the apple of my eye.”
    104. 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. 105. Copy cat Someone who copies. “ Do your own homework – don’t be a copy cat!”
    106. 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. 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. 108. To pig out To eat a lot in one go. “ Let’s pig out on pizza!”
    109. 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. 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?”

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