THE LIFE CYCLE - CLIL LESSON

THE LIFE CYCLE
CONTENT
COGNITION
CULTURE
COMMUNICATION
LANGUAGE OF LEARNING
LANGUAGE FOR LEARNING
LANGUAGE THROUGH LEARNING
Presenting reasonable and veriificable
arguments (necessary for the group
work)
Expanding expression and presentation
skills (to perform infornt of the class)
Using a table with chunks and collocations
classified according to their function (to
help them find the words they are looking
for to discuss an idea)
Giving as much feedbak as possible
Hypothesize which animals are stronger in the cycle of life
Carry out a theatre chaging the end of the film adding the values that appear in the film
Represent in a map different animals, depending on where they usually live
Understand the relationship between the life cycle and the food chain
Explore the life cycle
Food chain
Life cycle
Types of animal habitats
Work on the values of respect, family and friendship through the film of The Lion King
Animals from the world
Language to create a stay with characters and represent it
Body language to represent the stoy acting
Language to build opinions about which animal is the strongest
Language to describe pictures
Key vocabulary (animals, habitats) complete sentences
Effective use of futures to create a final for the film, of presents to describe habitats and animals from the world
Language of explaning an opinion and describing cause-effect in the life cycle and the food chain
Grammatical progression in using comparatives and superlatives
Brainstorming: lifestyle differences between rural areas and urban areas (markets, cooking, bathrooms)
Comparison with cards: human impact on natural lands and its consequences
Deductive, guided questions: climate change results: droughts, fires and how they affect to savannah animals
Hypothetical situations: connecticn between eccosystems, what happens in nature affects to human daily life and vice versa
Storytelling, informative explanations: cultural traditions of the tribes established in African savannah (food, clothes, dances, beliefs)
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