The unit Farm animals will help you to find activities to introduce vocabulary and the structures: "how many" adn "what do you...?".
We have decided to include many activities that use quite a lot videos from youtube, as they are highly motivating. Also, you will find big group and individual activities.
To learn vocabulary related to farm animals.
To learn and use numbers 1 to 20 in a meaningful context.
To ask about quantities using "how many?".
To ask information using "what´s this?" and "what do you...?".
Cow, pig, goat, duck, chicken, horse, farm.
Come, play, look, cut, write, run, swim.
Numbers: 1 to 20.
How many black pigs do you see?
What do you see/hear?
C1Competence in linguistic communication
C4 Competence in processing information and use of ICT
C7 Learning to learn
C8 Autonomy and personal initiative.
C.1Has the capacity of participating in an active way in activities in the class.
C.2 To understand the global sense in oral communications situations.
Have the capacity of getting progressively the idea of a global oral message with the help of gestures and mime.
C.3 Reading and Identifying words and sentences
Capacity of Reading words and sentences, reading aloud too and the comprehension of words and sentences, orally previously known.
C.4 To recognise and be able to reproduce aspects such as: Rhythm , entonation and pronunciation.
Performing daily activities proposed with care
Interaction with the group
Correct pronunciation and speaking
Correct written texts
There are hundreds of media stuff in the web. We have selected the ones that could suit your needs according to this unit. Nevertheless, we encourage you to check internet and look for more resources.
You can try to target some animal sounds vocabulary. For that, you can go to:
for an introductory video.
Also try the following game:
In this unit, we are working the vocabulary of many farm animals. Also, we are learning how to count to 20 and to ask "what do you see/hear?" and "How many?"
You can find group activities specially designed to introduce new vocabulary. There are songs that can be a nice start to know new animals.
On the other hand, there are games that can be worked individually.