- to maintain the pupils interest in and enjoyment of learning English. - to broaden their lexical base. - to develop grammatical competence. - to increase confidence in communication. - to improve reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
All learners will be able to: respond correctly to some spoken, written and mimed prompts and show some control of target language in interactive question sequences Most learners will be able to: respond correctly to some spoken, written and mimed prompts and show some control of target language in interactive question sequences Some learners will be able to: recognise and use target language correctly with clear pronunciation and good comprehension of written and spoken questions
Previous learning: Adjectives Numbers To be going to Past simple Regular verbs New language: (irregular form): found
1 group 1.This is a sabre-tooth tiger. 2.Sabre –tooth tigers were very dangerous. 3. They lived from about 3 million years ago until about ten thousand years ago. 4. They disappeared because the climate changed and because people hunted them. 5. They were the same size as lions.
2 group They walked on four legs and they had very powerful front legs. They had very long teeth. The teeth were 20 centimetres long. Sabre –tooth tigers were meat-eaters. They lived in forests and near rivers where plant-eaters lived.
3 group They didnt run fast so they hunted animals that moved slowly. They climbed trees and then they jumped on animals. They ate mammoth, rhinos and other animals. They lived together in groups. We know about sabre-tooth tigers because scientists found lots of their bones. Cave people also painted pictures of-sabre- tooth tigers.
When did they live? Why did they disappear? How did they hunt? Where did they live? What did they eat? How big were their teeth? How long were they How did they run?
Woolly rhinos lived from about 1.8 million years ago to until about years ago. They eat plants. They didnt eat meat. They walked on four short legs. They had big bodies and were 3.5 (three and half) metres long. They had small ears. They lived in grasslands. We know about them because scientists found bones and pictures in caves.
WAS/WERE RAN LIVEDPAINTED CHANGEDFOUND-тапты DISSAPPEARED HUNTED WALKED HAD MOVED CLIMBED JUMPED