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EXTRAIT UNIT 13 x Wild and Not So Wild Animals Sommaire Unit Presentation Quick Unit Planning Connections and Related Content Quick Project Planning Preparation Carrying Out Grammar Extra Carrying Out Integration/Reinvestment Suggested Procedures for Projects Audio CD Script

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Activity 2, Wild Sounds ESL COMPETENCIES 1 2 1

30 min.

Material needed: Track 11, Audio CD

Reproducible document:

Language, Describing with Adjectives, p. 13-5

The purpose of this activity is to allow the students to have fun discovering the weird sounds that some animals make and to match riddles to these same animals. The students may quite easily recognize the animals in the bestiary, but it won’t be the same with the sounds they hear. The activity is meant to have the students react to and describe what they hear. 1. Ask the students to look at the animals in the bestiary and to identify them. Some great artists have painted bestiaries, among them Miro (1893-1983), Picasso (1881-1973) and, closer to us, Pellan (1906-1988). 2. Ask the students to read the riddles and to match them to the animals. Have them match the simpler ones first and then make educated guesses for the rest. 3. and 4. Play Track 11 on the audio CD and ask the students to write down the order of the sounds in their notebook next to the animal names. Do not give them the answers yet. 5. Ask the students to share their thoughts about the sounds. Tell T them to use the Talk About It! box to help them find the words (adjectives) they need. Have the class react to the different sounds and then play the track again. Give them the answers.

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Answer Key 1. 1)corrigé crocodile; 2) whale; 3) lion; activités 4) pufferfish; 5) rattlesnake; gorilla; 7) walrus; 8) woodpecker Le des est6)réservé aux 2. A) whale; B) gorilla; C) walrus; woodpecker; E) rattlesnake; F) pufferfish; G) lion;le H) crocodile enseignants et D)n'est pas visible sur feuilleteur. 4. Sound 1: whale; Sound 2: gorilla; Sound 3: walrus; Sound 4: woodpecker; Sound 5: rattlesnake; Sound 6: lion; Sound 7: pufferfish; Sound 8: crocodile

Language-Focused

Activity

Adjectives Have the students identify the type of words used in the Talk About It! box. Ask them what type of word is used to describe things. Remind them that adjectives do not take the plural form. If needed, introduce the students to this grammar point with the Language handout, p. 13-5, and then ask them to consolidate their knowledge and use of adjectives when they need to describe things or events.

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At Your Own

Pace!

Enrichment

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ICT http://www.georgetown.edu/faculty/ballc /animals/ http://www.animalpicturesarchive.com/ animal/SOUND/ http://www.naturesongs.com/ otheranimals. html http://amazingsounds.iespana.es/ aseanimal.htm The URLs for these Web sites have been verified. However, it is possible that Web addresses or locations have changed or disappeared since the publication of this book.

Competency Development 1

Interacts orally in English

Encourage the students to use the formulation given in the T Talk About It! box to help them describe the most surprising or the strangest sound. Read R with them the content of the Culture box.

Other Subject

Connections

Arts plastiques 1

Evaluation Cues T her’s Observations Teac 2

Reinvests understanding of texts R

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Evidence of comprehension of texts

The students use cognates and keywords to infer the meaning of the riddles. They match each of these to the appropriate animal.

Créer des images personnelles

Taking the bestiary as a theme for a visual art genre, ask the students to create their own bestiary using the material and techniques available. Ask them to prepare a short description to identify the animals (real or fictioonal) they illustrated in their work of art.

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Secondary Cycle ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

BRUNO GATTUSO BENOIT JARET MARIA LEE-ARPINO ISABELLE SAUVÉ PROJECT DIRECTION: VIRGINIE KRYSZTOFIAK PAUL STE-MARIE

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Handouts – Units and Projects • Handouts • Optional handouts • Project handouts • Competency observation grid

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Name:

KICK-OFF IN ENGLISH

Date:

Activity

Unit 13, pp. 78-79

Group:

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Wacky Wildlife Quiz [OPTIONAL HANDOUT ]

1. a) Skim the quiz and predict your score out of 10.

My prediction: _____ /10

b) Now read the questions and circle your answers.

My final score: _____ /10

2. Validate your answers with a classmate. A) What colour is a polar bear’s skin (not the fur)? white black

pink

B) How many teeth can a great white shark lose and replace in a lifetime? A few dozen A few hundred A few thousand C) How big is the biggest catfish found in recent years? As big as a dog As big as a donkey As big as a grizzly D) What animal can live without water longer than a camel? The grey wolf The rat The turtle E) How fast can a cat run? 10 km/h

20 km/h

F) Why are ghost bats special? Their fur is white. They can fly through walls.

30 km/h

They can disappear into thin air.

G) How long can tarantulas live? 5 years 10 years

20 years

H) What is special about the giraffe’s horns? When they fall off, they grow back.

Giraffes are born with their horns.

The longer they are, the more attractive the giraffe is to other giraffes. I) How tall can some king cobras stand when threatened? 65 cm tall 105 cm tall 185 cm tall J) What is the sound a male ostrich makes? A roar (like lions) A quack (like ducks)

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Pedagogical Notes and Answer Key

KICK-OFF IN ENGLISH

Unit 13, pp. 78-79

Presentation The purpose of this optional handout is to give students the opportunity to write down their answers to the quiz/survey presented on pp. 78-79 of the Student Book. Note that this quiz was made difficult on purpose in order to provide an interesting topic of discussion as well as a warm-up activity.

Procedure • Distribute the handout on p. 13-3. • First ask students to guess how many answers they think they will get right (predict their score out of 10). Then prompt them to reread the questions to circle their answers. • Tell students to pair up and decide on the best answers using the Talk About It! box on p. 79 of the Student Book, if needed. Write the Answer Key on the board and ask them if their scores corresponded to the guesses they made before answering the quiz.

Name:

KICK-OFF IN ENGLISH

Date:

Unit 13, pp. 78-79

Group:

Le corrigé des activités est réservé aux enseignants et n'est pas visible sur le feuilleteur. Activity

1

Wacky Wildlife Quiz

[OPTIONAL HANDOUT]

1. a) Skim the quiz and predict your score out of 10.

My prediction: _____ /10

b) Now read the questions and circle your answers.

My final score: _____ /10

2. Validate your answers with a classmate.

A) What colour is a polar bear’s skin (not the fur)? white black

pink

B) How many teeth can a great white shark lose and replace in a lifetime? A few dozen A few hundred A few thousand

C) How big is the biggest catfish found in recent years? As big as a dog As big as a donkey As big as a grizzly D) What animal can live without water longer than a camel? The grey wolf The rat The turtle E) How fast can a cat run? 10 km/h

20 km/h

F) Why are ghost bats special? Their fur is white. They can fly through walls.

30 km/h

They can disappear into thin air.

G) How long can tarantulas live? 5 years 10 years

20 years

H) What is special about the giraffe’s horns? When they fall off, they grow back.

Giraffes are born with their horns.

The longer they are, the more attractive the giraffe is to other giraffes. I) How tall can some king cobras stand when threatened? 65 cm tall 105 cm tall 185 cm tall J) What is the sound a male ostrich makes? A roar (like lions) A quack (like ducks)

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A song (like birds)

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Name:

KICK-OFF IN ENGLISH

Date:

Language

Unit 13, pp. 80-81

Group:

Describing with Adjectives [OPTIONAL HANDOUT ]

a) Fill in the semantic maps with adjectives from the Word Bank. b) Use the context to guide yourself. beautiful

Information Box Adjectives are used to modify nouns. They add more details to the noun or sentence.

word bank beautiful big dangerous fast feathery ferocious fragile funny furry gentle grey intelligent light orange powerful small

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