Inglês - 9ºano - Plano de aula - AMAZING ANIMALS


Parte 2 deste plano - clique aqui (+ atividades)

Esse plano de aula é uma sugestão que precisa ser adaptada de acordo com o nível de cada turma. Se não for possível imprimir os exercícios compostos por imagens ou se os alunos desconhecerem demais as palavras, você pode fazer um vocabulário na lousa antes de iniciar cada lição. A duração do plano irá depender do tempo que cada sala precisará para realizar os exercícios.

READING
Amazing Animals Informational Text (Nonfiction)
Reading Strategy: Compare and Contrast

VOCABULARY
Reading text words: skin, mammals, eggs, amphibians, scales, gills, feathers, wings, fur
Word study: compound words

GRAMMAR 
(O professor que irá decidir em qual momento apresentar esse tópico gramatical, no início ou no final do plano. É possível explicar os termos apenas demonstrando o exemplo abaixo ou, se preferir, com listas de exercícios.)
Subject and object pronouns
Fish have gills.
They have gills. 
Gills help them breathe. 

WARM UP - THINK ABOUT THESE QUESTIONS AND ANSWER THEM
(Leia com os alunos em inglês, escreva a tradução na lousa, se necessário. Com estas perguntas é possível praticar a oralidade e pronúncia repetindo as perguntas em voz alta. Os alunos também podem fazer as perguntas aos colegas de classe e anotar as respostas.)
What animals do you like?
Which animals help us?
How are animals different from one another?

1. Complete as frases com as palavras do quadro de imagens abaixo. 

a) Birds have two of these. Orangutans don't have these. wings
b) Chickens lay these. Some people eat them in the morning. __________
c) These are all over animals' bodies._________   _________   __________   __________
d) An elephant and an orangutan are part of this group. ____________
e) Frogs are part of this group. ____________
f) Many animals that live in water have these to help them breathe. ___________


COMPARE AND CONTRAST
To compare things, we tell how they're the same. 
Honeybees and birds both have wings.
To contrast things, we tell how they're different. 
Honeybees make hives. Birds make nests.

2. Read the short text. What's the same? What's different? Check (✓) the correct column.

Mice and hamsters are both mammals. They both have fur, four legs, and run fast. Hamsters live inside and mice usually live outside. Both animals are small.


3. READING: In this text, we learn about different kinds of animals and the groups they belong to. This text is an informational text. Informational texts tell us about our world.
(Se achar o texto muito difícil ou longo, faça o estudo por partes. Use dicionários, técnica de tradução de texto, leitura e etc.)

AMAZING ANIMALS

All animals can breathe and move, but they're different in many amazing ways. Here we look at how they are the same and how they are different. This helps us put them into groups.
All birds have two legs, two wings, and feathers, and most birds can fly. The wings and feathers help them fly and the feathers help keep them warm. Birds lay eggs with hard shells. They keep the baby birds inside safe from animals that want to eat them.
Fish have gills to help them breathe in water. Scales all over their bodies help keep them safe from dangerous fish that want to bite them. They don't have legs, but their fins and tails help them swim. Fish lay their eggs in water, and their eggs are soft.
Amphibians are very interesting because they can live on land and in water. Amphibians need to have wet skin, so they live in wet places. They lay their soft eggs in water. They have gills when they're young and the gills help them breathe in water. Most amphibians, like frogs, have legs that help them walk and jump on land.
Some mammals live on land and some live in water. Whales are water mammals, and cats, rabbits, and lions are land mammals. Hair or fur covers most land mammals' bodies and this helps keep them warm. People are mammals too! Mammals don't lay eggs. Their babies drink milk from their mothers.






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