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Lion King Intro Animals

BridgetR February 13, 2018

Task description & scene summary

Touch the animals on the screen. Animals in Africa, going from waterhole to rock, kids click on the animals when asked, different animals, good for studying threatened animals
Scene summary:
Lion king intro, with lots of animals. Giraffes, lions, rhinos, hippos. The animals are walking to a big rock and the students can click on the animals and their body parts (head, nose, ear, leg, arm, foot, claw) and then they choose the correct answer
Lesson type: Asking about the visuals ("What can/could you see?")
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Grammar:
Communicative function: how to accuse somebody of something in English
Language exam: BULATS
Copyright license: Creative Commons Attribution License
First published: 2018-02-13, 19:58:07 (GMT+1)

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.

Video quiz questions (printable)

1) Touch the rhino

2) Touch the baby giraffe

3) Touch the ant

4) Touch the elephant

5) Touch the zebra

6) Touch the elephant ear

7) Touch the lion

8) Touch the lion nose

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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