Dec 15, 2015

Life of Pi: Vocabulary Practice - Animals

One of my all times favorite movies. Life of Pi is an unforgettable experience. The opening scene is perfect for all beginners levels working with vocabulary related to zoo animals. Kids love it!


Small groups - GAME:

I. Make a list of all the zoo animals  you can remember.
II. Watch the segment. Check how many animals you guessed correctly.
The winner is the group who guesses most correct animals.



video

III. Guessing game:

Have students mime the animals for the other peers to guess what animal they are imitating. They cannot make any sounds.


KEY:

Here are the animals I managed to see. You may decide how specific they have to be (ex: Monkey or proboscis monkey/ boa constrictor or snake)

giraffe 
hummingbird.  
sloth 
flamingo 
Red-Cheeked Gibbon  
zebra
parakeets
boars
bear
elephant
hippo
pig
boa constrictor
cheetah
tapirs
deer
birds
proboscis monkey
rhino
tiger
iguana

5 comments:

Marlon Castro said...

great website...great resources...a lot of work I can imagine...Keep it up!

Claudio Azevedo said...

Thanks for your words, Marlon. Yes, it is a lot of work, but it worth it. See you.

c.m said...

Amazing work! Congrats for what you are doing for kids!

Claudio Azevedo said...

Thanks. In fact, my next workshop will be about movie segments for children. See you!

Tufail Ahamad Khan said...

keep it up