| READING | WRITING | SPEAKING | LISTENING

Unit 4: Wild Animals


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READING


  • Kenyan Fish: Reading Comprehension: Read through the text, answer the questions that follow, then click on 'Grade Me!' to view your score.

  • Piranhas: Read through the text, answer the questions that follow, then click on 'Grade Me!' to view your score.

  • Gapfill Test: The Fastest Dinosaurs: Read through the text, answer the questions that follow, then click on 'Grade Me!' to view your score.


  • Elephants: Read the article to answer the questions: Choose the correct answer for each question. Then click on the Check Answers button.

  • Watch the video and answer the questions below. Read the Transcript and check your listening comprehension. Repeat the difficult words or sentences out loud. Check the Notes for information about culture, grammar, slang, or pronunciation.




  • Re-read the story and write True or False:

1. The hare isn't very intelligent.
2. The lion captured a fat young bull.
3. The lion picked up eight eagle feathers and put them in his belt like knives.
4. The lion is afraid of men.


  • Bugs: Match each bug with its name.


  • Wild Animals 1 - Reading: Wild Animals - Vocabulary is the first of a group of activities to practice different vocabulary about wild animals. This exercise let you learn the names of wild animals with reading activities. The second part has got writing activities. Following activities are about: 2. Wild Animals - Body Parts, 3. Wild Animals - Food & Habitat, 4. Wild Animals - Abilities.






WRITING




  • Animals: Decide whether the following words belong to animals on the farm or wild animals. Write them into the correct column.


  • Animals: Vocabualry Quiz. Look at the picture and try to guess the animals.




  • Wild Animals 1 - Writing: Wild Animals - Vocabulary is the first of a group of activities to practice different vocabulary about wild animals. This exercise let you learn the names of wild animals with writing activities. The previous part has got reading activities. Following exercises in this series are: 2. Wild Animals - Body Parts, 3. Wild Animals - Food & Habitat, 4. Wild Animals - Abilities.

  • Dinosaur Vocabulary: This is a wordsearch and fill-in-the-blank sentences focusing on nine vocabulary words.

  • Meet the animals: Students have to associate some animals with the way they move around and their natural habitat.

  • Animals: Gap fill exercise about animals - insects.




SPEAKING






LISTENING






  • Elephant song: First, watch the video and write down the name of the animals as they appear in the song. Next do the activity and check your answers.




  • Listen and answer the questions:



  • Song: Animals went in two by two. Listen and complete.