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Alphabet and animals

TatianaSkyeng February 12, 2018

Task description & scene summary

Multiple choice, alphabet, grammar, words, animals, unscrambling sentences and listening comprehension.
Scene summary:
Animals are eukaryotic, multicellular organisms that form the biological kingdom Animalia. With few exceptions, animals are motile (able to move), heterotrophic (consume organic material), reproduce sexually, and their embryonic development includes a blastula stage. The body plan of the animal derives from this blastula, differentiating specialized tissues and organs as it develops; this plan eventually becomes fixed, although some undergo metamorphosis at some stage in their lives.
Lesson type: Asking about the visuals ("What can/could you see?")
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Student types:
Copyright license: Creative Commons Attribution License
First published: 2018-02-12, 11:58:35 (GMT+1)

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iSLCollective is a member of The Visual Arts Circle, a community of practice made up of language teaching professionals, teachers, teacher trainers, writers, editors, researchers, designers, illustrators, artists, photographers, and filmmakers, all with a shared belief that visual arts – drawing, painting, sculpture, design, crafts, photography, video, and filmmaking – should have a larger role in language education. Click here to visit the website.

Video quiz questions (printable)

1) What animal did you see?

  • A sheep.
  • A cow.
  • A goat.
  • A bull.

2) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: E P H S E

3) What animal did you see?

  • A sheep.
  • A horse.
  • A mouse.
  • An elephant.

4) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: S O H R E

5) What animal did you see?

  • A rat.
  • A cat.
  • A dog.
  • A rabbit.

6) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: A I B T B R

7) What animal did you see?

  • A cat.
  • A cow.
  • A bat.
  • A rat.

8) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: C W O

9) Who did you see?

  • A cow.
  • A pig.
  • A sheep.
  • A turkey.

10) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: K U T R Y E

11) What animal did you see?

  • A cow
  • A pig.
  • A horse.
  • A goat.

12) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: G P I

13) Who did you see?

  • A turkey.
  • A frog.
  • A goose.
  • A goat.

14) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: O G O S E

15) What animal did you see?

  • A cat.
  • A dog.
  • A pig.
  • A frog.

16) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: O D G

17) What animal did you see?

  • A goat.
  • A cat.
  • A bat.
  • A rat.

18) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: G A O T

19) What animal did you see?

  • A cat.
  • A dog.
  • A mouse.
  • A frog.

20) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: S M O E U

21) Who did you see?

  • A sheep.
  • A cow.
  • A chicken.
  • A pig.

22) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: C N E H I C K

23) What animal did you see?

  • A dog.
  • A cat.
  • A rat.
  • A bat.

24) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: T C A

25) Who did you see?

  • A duck.
  • A frog.
  • A dog.
  • A pig.

26) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: D K C U

27) What animal did you see?

  • A monkey
  • a donkey
  • a turkey
  • a goat

28) Rearrange the letters:

Put the words in order: K O Y N E D

29) Repeat: Bye -bye

Answer the question using your own words

About the author

iSLCollective is a member of The Visual Arts Circle, a community of practice made up of language teaching professionals, teachers, teacher trainers, writers, editors, researchers, designers, illustrators, artists, photographers, and filmmakers, all with a shared belief that visual arts – drawing, painting, sculpture, design, crafts, photography, video, and filmmaking – should have a larger role in language education. Click here to visit the website.

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