CLIL LESSON PLAN
PARTICIPANTS: Patricia Palacios, Angela Tamayo, Jacqueline Ojeda y Milagros Peñalva
LEVEL: FIVE - YEAR - OLD CHILDREN
TOPIC: ANIMAL FARM
MATERIALS: Papers, colors, markers, pictures of animals, pictures of a farm a and
a jungle, a bag, a ball
OBJECTIVE: To identify farm animals and their habitats and discriminate them.
OUTCOME: SS make a big farm in groups and label at least two animals.
- Children watch a video “Old Mc Donald” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oYKonYBujg
Teacher mimes the actions of the animals, then students perform like animals while they are
singing the song.
- Teacher shows a bag and asks: What is it?
A volunteer goes to the front of the class and touches the bag.
Teacher asks, what’s inside the bag?
- After, the teacher shows pictures of different farm animals.
Students repeat the new words after the teacher.
-The class is divided in two groups A and B. Students play Charade: one student mimes a farm
animal and does its sound, the rest of them guess the name of the animal.
Teacher: What animal is it?
Students: It’s a horse.
-The teacher shows a house and a picture of a dog and elicits the answer through a question
Where does the dog live?
Students answer in a house.
Then the teacher shows a picture of a farm and a jungle:
Students compare both pictures.
The teacher asks, Where does a pig live? (Pointing to the animal picture)
Students stick the picture of the animal on the correct habitat.
-The teacher throws a ball to students and the child who gets the ball answers this question:
What’s your favorite animal?
-Students receive a piece of paper with a circle. They draw their favorite farm animal, color and
Using their drawings the teacher helps them to make a finger
Students sing the song “Old Mc Donald” with their finger
-Students receive a paper where they cross the corresponding
-Students are asked to make a farm in groups and are given
materials such as cardboard, colored paper, cotton, Play Doh,
glue, markers, etc.
At the end of the class, the teachers asks about what they have learnt and how they felt. They
are also given a sheet of paper to mark the faces about how they felt.
How do you feel today?
In class I felt ……
I liked the class….
I liked the song….
CLIL LESSON PLAN
TOPIC: PLANT LIFE CYCLE
MATERIALS: A plant, seed, papers, colors, pictures
OUTCOME: Students identify the life cycle of a plant.
-Teacher shows a plant
Students give their ideas of what they know about plants. Teacher writes them on the board.
-Students watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZ3fRX1yqyM and “Sid the
They make a list to compare what they’ve seen with their prior knowledge.
-Students name what is needed for plants life cycle, teacher writes the ideas on a mind map:
-Teacher shows them pictures of plant life cycle and students put them in the correct order:
-Students work in pairs : they write a short description of what happens in each picture. Teacher
corrects their work with the whole class participation and contrasts their ideas.
-Students make an experiment: they plant a seed, after that they make a mini book that shows
the plant life cycle including pictures. Then , teacher makes a class exhibition of students’ works.
-Students complete the following worksheet about what they learnt in class:
My plant life cycle mini book