All Pre-Intermediate articles – Page 21

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    Plants and plant life

    What do plants need to survive? Do all plants have seeds? The worksheet uses fun illustrations and sentence completion, true/false and other exercises to teach young learners about plants, including the nutrients they need and their role in the food chain.

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    Plants

    In this lesson plan, pupils study the main components of plants and learn which part of the plant their favourite fruits and vegetables come from.

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    Parts of a tree

    This lesson plan contains sentence completion exercises, true/false statements and other activities to teach the parts of a tree.

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    Grammar focus: Plants

    In this lesson plan, young learners match phrases to items in a fun illustration, read a text and circle the correct verb form to complete sentences. The activities consolidate superlatives and subject-verb agreement, while reinforcing pupils’ understanding of the life cycle of plants.

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    Which internal organ is which?

    A lesson plan with engaging matching exercise created in partnership with London’s Science Museum.

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    Which bones go where?

    Where in the body do these bones belong? A lesson plan with fun matching and colouring exercise to teach about the body.

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    The respiratory system

    In this lesson plan, pupils label the parts of the respiratory system and learn how air moves through the body.

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    The five senses II

    In this lesson plan, pupils study the five senses through picture matching and information gap activities. Includes optional exercises using students’ own senses.

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    The digestive system II

    In this lesson plan, pupils learn about nutrients and the anatomy and processes of their digestive system.

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    The circulatory system

    This lesson plan explains how the circulatory system works and introduce its main components.

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    Bones, muscles and joints

    A lesson plan with labelling and information gap activities to teach about the human body, including key vocabulary words.

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    The five senses I

    This lesson plan teaches the five senses, parts of the body and the auxiliary verb can .

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    Muscles and bones

    A lesson plan with matching and information gap activities to introduce the human muscle and bone system.

  • Photo of different parts of  the body drawn on a sheet of paper or on a poster.
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    Parts of the body

    Worksheet to consolidate different body parts via a labelling activity and an exercise which gets learners thinking which body parts connect to which.

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    Body parts and movement

    Run! Jump! Kick! Throw! Catch! In this lesson plan, your class will not only learn these action verbs but also discover which muscles and body parts we use to perform these actions. Activities that are guaranteed to get the class moving.

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    What's at sea?

    Which form of energy is moving the boat through the water? A lesson plan for young learners to find the boats powered by wind, humans and steam.

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    Solar energy

    This lesson plan contains code-breaking and other activities to teach the origins and uses of solar energy.

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    Save some for me!

    Where do we get our energy from? In this lesson plan, pupils learn about renewable and non-renewable resources.

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    Light it up!

    Which of these objects is a conductor? This is a worksheet with a fun Science Museum game about electricity.

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    Hamster power

    Which light bulb will the hamster power? In this worksheet, these fun, furry creatures teach young learners about energy.