Students will use pictures to determine the emotions that others feel. Afterwards, students will take an animal personality test to determine what type of animal they are most like. Students will then share with others what animal they are most like and why they are most like that animal.
This 3-day activity reinforces what students have learned about animals. The activities focus on pets: cats, dogs, birds, and fish. Main Curriculum Tie: English Language Arts Kindergarten Reading: Literature Standard 2, with prompting and support, retell familiar stories, including key details. Activities in this unit reinforce what students have learned throughout the year about animals. For each activity, a different group of animals is studied. These activities focus on pets: cats, dogs, birds, and fish. Students will re-read both fiction and non-fiction stories that have been previously introduced during the school year. As they read the books, they will have activities to complete in order to earn their “badge” for that animal. Each student will make a paper bag vest on which they will be able to display badges they have earned.
When to use this lesson plan on animals and pets?The topic of animals, particularly pets, might seem juvenile or childish to some teachers. However, this lesson plan is tailored so that it is engaging, intellectually stimulating, and appropriate for mature learners. This is a great resource for you to use with pre-intermediate students that need to work on developing their English vocabulary lessons.What will students do throughout this lesson plan on pets?This lesson plan on pets is designed to introduce students to new vocabulary words. However, throughout the lesson they will practice speaking, reading and listening; they will have ample opportunities to formulate sentences independently. This lesson plan allows students to use the most common vocabulary items related to common pets, including what they eat and how to care for them. It also allows students to use the vocabulary in context and raise awareness about how this vocabulary is used in daily language.If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account.
Students will talk about their pets and how their pets are involved in their family. Students will also describe their pets, or what pet they would like to have.
In this activity, students will talk about their pets and how their pets are involved in their family. Students will also describe their pets, or what pet they would like to have.
Students will learn how to describe pets in Spanish by drawing their own pet or desired pet. Students will describe how their pet looks and its characteristics. After describing their pet, students will share how their pet looks and how their pet acts to a partner. This activity familiarizes students with different animals and descriptions of animals.
This class provides a historical survey of the ways that people have interacted with their closest animal relatives, for example: hunting, domestication of livestock, exploitation of animal labor, scientific study of animals, display of exotic and performing animals, and pet keeping. Themes include changing ideas about animal agency and intelligence, our moral obligations to animals, and the limits imposed on the use of animals.
Elizabeth was very determined to convince her parents to get her a pet. No matter what she did, her parents did not agree. Unexpectedly, she finds the perfect pet (a bug!) right under her nose, and her parents relent.
In this activity, students will be learning about the role of pets in French families. They will practice talking about their imaginary pets and also learn idiomatic expressions that include animals.