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UNIT 5 Lions eat meat



Week

A
week /
2 lessons


Week

B
week /
3 lessons


Language items

Functions and topics

Vocabulary

Songs, games and activities

18

35

16

48

Lions eat meat.

Talking about animals and what they eat

Introducing the story theme: The lion king

Names of animals


Hippos, crocodiles, animals

What do hippos eat?

Lions eat meat

Grass, jump

But not today


Acting out the dialogue

Chinese whispers



36

17

49- 50

Frogs and birds

Extending vocabulary for animals and miming

Practising of key language trough the song

Acting out the song



Antelope, bug, frog, giraffe, rhino, zebra,

Crocodile, hippo, lion,

Grass, meat

Can it swim?

Is it green?

Has it got big teeth?

Word from the previous lesson


Singing the Frogs and birds song

Miming animals

Playing with picture cards

Dictating descriptions of animals



19

37

51

Animal names

Practising animal names

Matching pictures to a listening text

Sequencing sentences

Phonics practice [eu}

Writing a description o fan animal


Fruit, leaves,

What do frogs eat?

Grass, meat, boats

Animal names



Simon says

Miming game: animals

Watching the video

Sing the song

Right or wrong game with cards








38

18

52

My favourite animal is the…

Reading descriptions about animals and sequencing

Talking about types of food


My favourite animal is the…

What do lions eat?

What’s your favourite animal?


Playing a guessing game:

-right or wrong?

- reading descriptions of animals

- Gap-filling

- making a classroom

display of their favourite animal

Creating their own imaginary animal


20

39

18

53

What am I doing?

Listening, reading and acting out a dialogue

Acting out the story

Animal names


I’m feeding the monkeys/horse.

Carrots


It eats…,

Coat, hat, my, grass, fruit, ice cream, spaghetti



Singing a song

Guessing game: It eats…

Mini dictation

Miming actions



40

54-55

Food chains

Extending vocabulary of names and descriptions of animals

Matching pictures to a reading and listening text

Talking about animals

Writing about their favourite animals

Carrying the end of unit evaluation


My favourite animal is…

Food, chain, insects, plants, jungle



Playing a guessing game

Right or wrong?

Reading short text

Video: Worksheet 3

19




UNIT 6. Bugs!



Week

A
week /
2 lessons


Week

B
week /
3 lessons


Language items

Functions and topics

Vocabulary

Songs, games and activities

21

41

19

56-57

Bugs!

Making statements about insects

Introducing the story theme: A Bug’s life

Introducing the topic: bugs

Extending vocabulary for insects

Acting out the picture story


It’s got…

Legs, head

Are you scared of…?

Wings,


There is a monster

Outside,

Lots of


Picture dictation

Feely bag: insects



42

20

58

There’s a beetle in my salad…

Extending vocabulary for insects

Describing pictures

Talking about the song


Ant, bee, beetle, butterfly, flea, fly, grasshopper, stick insect

He’s/She’s/It’s got…

In, on

There’s a (fly) on my (pizza)



Singing the There’s a beetle song

Playing with picture and word cards

Changing words in the song

Right or wrong game

Playing Happy families





22

43




59

Find the insects

Prepositions

Matching pictures to a listening text

Phonics practice [i:] and [i]

Insect names



Prepositions: behind, in front of, next to, on , in,

He’s/She’s/It’s, they’re

Princess, mum, twins, wings

with


moth,



Playing a guessing game: memorising prepositions with insect picture cards

44

60

Where’s…?-It’s…

Brainstorming insects vocabulary

Expressing questions



Revision of insects’ names

In front of, behind, next to, on, under

Where’s…?-It’s…

They’re angry.


Playing a Memory game

Simon says

Playing with picture cards

Gap filling


23

45

21

61

I1ve got a beautiful insect!

Listening, reading and acting out a dialogue

Revising numbers 2-100, and the alphabet




Numbers 2-100

The alphabet

They’ve got

Legs, eyes, wings, head,

Useful, strong, beautiful, cake


Singing: ’I like spaghetti’

Playing with picture card in pairs

Acting out the picture story

Playing a board game

Making up insect sum


46

62-63

Interesting insects

Reading about unusual insects

Talking about interesting insects


Carrying the end of unit evaluation

‘ve got ,have got

Interesting, dangerous,

Poisonous, bite, kill,

Light, horns, very fast



Drawing: What insects have you got in your bedroom?

Sing the song, sequencing flashcards


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