Aims: To talk about pets.
Pupil language: Consolidation.
Teacher language: What is this? Who has got a pet? – What is its name? – Is your pet big? – Has it got big ears?
Extra materials: Sheets of paper.
- (An activity to revise the language of the unit.)
Point to the title and say: My pets! Children repeat, chorally and individually. Refer the children to the picture of the animals. Point to the rabbit and ask:
Teacher: What is this?
Child 1: It ‘s a rabbit.
Teacher: Can a rabbit jump?
Child 2: Yes, (it can). etc
- Ask children to talk about their pets, in L1 if necessary. Ask: Who has got a pet?, What is its name?, Is your pet big?, Has it got big ears? etc
- Hand out a sheet of paper to each child. Ask them to draw and colour in their own pet or a fictional one if they haven’t got a pet. Allow them some time to complete their work. Once they finish, they present their drawings to the class.
This is my pet.
It’s a rabbit.
It has got two big ears.
It can jump and run.
Its name is Binky.