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1 Listen and find the pictures. 1 11 22 33 44 • Now sing the

1 Listen and find the pictures.

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Now sing the song.

Oh, weather man tell me, can you say? What’s the weather like today? Is it
Oh, weather man tell me, can you say?
What’s the weather like today?
Is it foggy, wet and cold? Is it snowing outside?
Oh, come on weather man make my day!
Oh, weather man tell me, can you say?
What’s the weather like today?
Is it cool and windy? Is there a storm outside?
Oh, come on weather man make my day!
Oh, weather man tell me, can you say?
What’s the weather like today?
Is it cloudy and humid? Is it raining outside?
Oh, come on weather man make my day!
Oh, weather man tell me, can you say?
What’s the weather like today?
Is it warm and dry? Is it sunny outside?
Oh, come on weather man make my day!

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Read the email and help Sam identify the weather symbols.

2 Read the email and help Sam identify the weather symbols. Number one means it’s sunny.
Number one means it’s sunny. Home Photo Chat Hi, We’re doing a project Search 33
Number one means it’s sunny.
Home
Photo
Chat
Hi,
We’re doing a project
Search
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on school
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designs. We need to think about the
climate. First of all, we’re
making weather
charts for different places. Can
you
help me with these weather
symbols?
Thanks,
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Lesson 1

Lesson 1

CLIL Objective: Identifying and describing weather conditions.

There are seven main biomes in the world. 33 Listen and identify the photos and
There are seven main biomes in the world. 33 Listen and identify the photos and
There are seven main biomes in the world.
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Listen and identify the photos and the biomes.
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the photos and the biomes. 22 11 77 44 66 55 3 4 Read and identify

4 Read and identify the biomes.

5 It is very hot and very humid all year. 1 It is extremely cold
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It is
very hot and very humid all year.
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It is extremely cold and very dry all year.
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all year. It is cold at night.
It is very
hot and very dry
It is cold in the winter and hot
in the summer.
3 It is very cold in the winter. It is cool and wet in the
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It is very cold in the winter.
It is cool and wet in the summer.
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It is cool and wet in the winter, and warm and humid in the summer.
4 and hot It is cool and wet in the winter, and dry in the
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and hot
It is cool and wet in the winter,
and dry in the summer.

Lesson 2

Lesson 2

CLIL Objective: Identifying different biomes around the world.

5 Play a guessing game. Is it hotter than the Taiga? Yes, it is. hotter
5 Play a guessing game. Is it hotter than the Taiga? Yes, it is. hotter
5 Play a guessing game. Is it hotter than the Taiga? Yes, it is. hotter

5 Play a guessing game.

5 Play a guessing game. Is it hotter than the Taiga? Yes, it is. hotter colder
Is it hotter than the Taiga? Yes, it is. hotter colder cooler warmer wetter drier
Is it hotter than
the Taiga?
Yes, it is.
hotter
colder
cooler
warmer
wetter
drier
more humid
In there are biomes In the biome, the climate is There is/isn’t any There are/aren’t
In
there
are
biomes
In the
biome, the climate is
There is/isn’t any
There are/aren’t any

6 Write about the continents.

Instructions

1 Work in pairs.

2 Choose a continent.

3 Write about the biomes, the plants and the climate.

Present your work to the rest of the class.

moss banana plants

cactus

pine trees

deciduous trees aromatic plants

grass

In Australia there are five biomes. In the desert biome, it is very hot and
In Australia there are
five biomes.
In the desert biome,
it is very hot
and very dry.
biomes. In the desert biome, it is very hot and very dry. There aren’t any trees.
There aren’t any trees. There are cactuses.
There aren’t any trees.
There are cactuses.

Lesson 3

Lesson 3

CLIL Objective: Associating plants with climate and biomes.

7 Listen to the story. How do the children get lost? Desert survival Luke and

7 Listen to the story. How do the children get lost?

Desert survival Luke and Sally’s parents work in Mali. They track the desert elephants. The
Desert survival
Luke and Sally’s parents
work in Mali. They track
the desert elephants.
The children are on
their way to spend
the holidays with their
parents. It’s too late to
continue the journey
tonight. They stop
and light a fire.
Where is the camp?
It’s north of here,
over that sand dune.
Look! That can’t be fog!
Sally and Luke decide to climb
the dune. They don’t notice
the clouds on the horizon.
Oh no! It’s a
sand storm. Quick!
Let’s go back.
Is that the right
sand dune?
Suddenly there is sand
flying everywhere.
The children shelter
behind some rocks.
Soon it’s dark and they
fall asleep. They wake up
the next morning and look
for the camp. They can
only see desert. The children
are lost, so they look
for the sand dune.
I don’t know. Sand
dunes move in the wind.

Lesson 4

Lesson 4

CLIL Objective: Literacy: finding solutions to problems.

So they stay by the rocks and wait. They make a small tent with their
So they stay by the rocks and wait. They make a small tent with their
So they stay by the rocks
and wait. They make a small
tent with their jackets and
look for supplies in their
backpacks. The children
shelter from the sun and ration
their water. They wait for
the stars to appear.
There it is! The pole
star is always
in the same place.
I’ve got an idea. Give me
the torch! Three short,
SOS! That’s
Yes! And it points north.
Come on!
three long and three
short.
brilliant, Sally.
The children walk north
for two hours. Then they hear a
vehicle and they see some car lights.
They start shouting and waving.
But nobody can hear or see them.
Let’s get these desert explorers
back to camp in time for dinner!
The rescue party is there
very soon and the children’s
parents are with them.
Good!
We’re starving!
Find words in the story that sound the same as
there
son
sea
no
to
here
eye
four
write
wear

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the same as there son sea no to here eye four write wear 8 Lesson 5

Lesson 5

Lesson 5

CLIL Objective: Phonics: homophones.

9 Talk about the pictures. 11 22 I think there’s a fan in the house.

9 Talk about the pictures.

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I think there’s a fan
in the house.
I don’t think there are
any heavy curtains.
a radiator
a radiator
heavy curtains
heavy curtains
air conditioning
air conditioning
light curtains
light curtains
a carpet
a carpet
blinds
blinds
a fan
a fan
a fireplace
a fireplace
10 Do a class survey. Name fireplace fans radiators air conditioning blinds
10 Do a class survey.
Name
fireplace
fans
radiators
air conditioning
blinds
In your house is there… ? Are there any… ?
In your house is there… ?
Are there any… ?

Write your conclusions.

Lesson 6

Lesson 6

CLIL Objective: Recognising that buildings reflect the climate.

1 1 Guess the children and the weather conditions. woolly hat scarf anorak cardigan dress
1 1 Guess the children and the weather conditions. woolly hat scarf anorak cardigan dress
1 1 Guess the children and the weather conditions. woolly hat scarf anorak cardigan dress

11 Guess the children and the weather conditions.

woolly hat scarf anorak
woolly hat
scarf
anorak
and the weather conditions. woolly hat scarf anorak cardigan dress It’s cold and wet. It’s cold
and the weather conditions. woolly hat scarf anorak cardigan dress It’s cold and wet. It’s cold
cardigan dress
cardigan
dress
conditions. woolly hat scarf anorak cardigan dress It’s cold and wet. It’s cold and dry. It’s
It’s cold and wet. It’s cold and dry. It’s hot and dry. It’s hot and
It’s cold
and wet.
It’s cold
and dry.
It’s hot and dry.
It’s hot and humid.
It’s warm
and humid.
It’s warm and dry.
Play a guessing game.
It’s cool
and wet.
It’s cool and dry.
My model is a boy.
Is it cold and wet?
Is he wearing trainers ?
She’s wearing jeans, a jacket and trainers. That’s Nina. I think it’s cool and dry.
She’s wearing jeans,
a jacket and trainers.
That’s Nina. I think
it’s cool and dry.

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Lesson 7

Lesson 7

CLIL Objective: Associating types of clothes with the weather and climate.

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School designs Schools are different all over the world. The design of the buildings depends
School designs
Schools are different all over the world. The design of the buildings
depends on the climate in the area. Some schools have beautiful gardens.

13 Listen and find the pictures of the school gardens.

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Name the biomes for the gardens.

Where’s Brisbane ? What’s the biome?
Where’s Brisbane ?
What’s the biome?

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deciduous forest Egypt Brisbane Queensland, tundra Anchorage Australia Stockholm Alaska, USA Sweden rainforest
deciduous forest
Egypt
Brisbane
Queensland,
tundra
Anchorage
Australia
Stockholm
Alaska, USA
Sweden
rainforest
desert
Cairo
Lesson 8
Alaska, USA Sweden rainforest desert Cairo Lesson 8 CLIL Objective: Associating geographical information and

CLIL Objective: Associating geographical information and biomes.

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Our school is is the in Panama Panama. The City, biome rainforest. The climate is
Our
school
is is the in Panama
Panama.
The
City, biome
rainforest.
The climate is hot and
are lots
wet all year. There
of tropical plants.
The shorts are white and the
T-shirts have
red and white
stripes. The cap is blue and
the sandals are red. We’ve
got sunglasses because
it’s
very hot and sunny.
We’ve got sunglasses because it’s very hot and sunny. 1 5 Design a school. Instructions 1

15 Design a school.

Instructions

1 Work in pairs and choose a country and a city.

2 Name the biome and describe the climate and vegetation.

3 Design the school. Include buildings and gardens.

4 Design a school uniform for your school.

and gardens. 4 Design a school uniform for your school. 5 Write about the uniform. There

5 Write about the uniform.

There aren’t any walls, windows or doors. The roofs are sloping. There are fans in
There aren’t any walls,
windows or doors. The roofs
are sloping. There are fans
in the classrooms.
Lesson 9
CLIL Objective: Understanding how biomes condition climate, nature and human activity.

16 Present your school to your classmates.

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YOU NEED a dice 17 Play dice biomes . Instructions 1 Play in groups of
YOU NEED a dice
YOU NEED
a dice

17 Play dice biomes.

Instructions

1 Play in groups of six.

2 Choose a biome.

3 Throw your number three times to win the game.

KEYKEY

My biome is the tundra. The climate is cold and dry. There’s moss and there are lichen. I’m the winner!

Tundra. Cold and dry. Lichen and moss.There’s moss and there are lichen. I’m the winner! Taiga. Cold and wet. Pine trees. Grasslands.

I’m the winner! Tundra. Cold and dry. Lichen and moss. Taiga. Cold and wet. Pine trees.

Taiga. Cold and wet. Pine trees.I’m the winner! Tundra. Cold and dry. Lichen and moss. Grasslands. Cool and dry. Grass. Mediterranean.

Grasslands. Cool and dry. Grass.and dry. Lichen and moss. Taiga. Cold and wet. Pine trees. Mediterranean. Warm and dry. Lavender.

Mediterranean. Warm and dry. Lavender.Cold and wet. Pine trees. Grasslands. Cool and dry. Grass. Rainforest. Hot and wet. Banana plants.

Rainforest. Hot and wet. Banana plants.Cool and dry. Grass. Mediterranean. Warm and dry. Lavender. Desert. Hot and dry. Cactus. 18 Describe

Desert. Hot and dry. Cactus.and dry. Lavender. Rainforest. Hot and wet. Banana plants. 18 Describe the differences in the pictures.

18 Describe the differences in the pictures.

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In picture one the roof is sloping. The people are wearing anoraks.

Lesson 10

Lesson 10

Objective: Assessment.

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