Materi English Club 6

Standar

UNIT 6

ANIMAL HABITATS

 

Tujuan Pembelajaran:

Pada akhir unit ini kalian diharapkan mampu:

1. melafalkan pengucapan nama-nama binatang

2. melafalkan pengucapan jenis-jenis habitat binatang

3. mengidentifikasi habitat binatang

4. meminta dan memberi informasi mengenai cara hidup binatang

5. merangkai kata menjadi kalimat sederhana dalam bentuk simple present

  1. A.  LET’S LISTEN

Task 1

Listen and repeat after your teacher.

desert noun [Èdez«t]
forest noun [ÈfrIst]
jungle noun [ÈdZÃNgl]
plain noun [pleIn]
river noun [ÈrIv«]
sea noun [siù]
snow and ice noun [sn«U] [Qnd] [aIs]

Task 2

Listen, point, and say kinds of animal homes.

B. LET’S READ

Task 3

Read about animal homes.

Animal Habitats

      Animals live in many different places. Chimpanzees and parrots live in hot jungles. Kangaroos and ostriches live on plains. Polar bears and penguins live in the polar regions. Camels live in hot deserts. Crocodiles and fish live in lakes and rivers. Whales and fish live in oceans. Deer live in the cool forests.

Task 4

Check  to what animal these homes belong. Work with a friend.

Home Animal
the jungle Parrot
the sea
lakes and rivers
the desert
the snow and ice
the plains
the forest

Task 5

Read and match.

Taken from New English Parade 3 (Herrera and Zanatta, 2000)

  1. … swimming    2. … jumping    3. … flying    4. … climbing     5. … walking
  1. D.  LET’S SAY

Task 8

Work with a friend. Pick one card for you. Ask each other like this.

“What can you do?”                          “I can swim.”

 

Taken from New English Parade 3 (Herrera and Zanatta, 2000)

Task 9

Work with a friend. Use the same cards and pick one picture of  those animals for you. Ask and answer like this.

 

  1. E.    LET’S WRITE

Task 10

Arrange the following jumbled words into good sentences.

Example:                         

Not – walk – do – fish – the – desert.

Fish do not walk in the desert.

  1. In – walk – desert – camels – the.
  2. Whale – pond – not – does – in – swim – the – a.
  3. Snow – penguins – live – the – in.
  4. Jump – the – jungle – in – monkeys.
  5. Does – in – sea – crocodile – the –not – a –crawl.

Task 11

Write the homes of animals and what they can or can’t do. Work with a friend.

No. Animals Home They can … They can’t …
1. Kangaroos Plain Jump Swim
2. Birds
3. Crocodiles
4. Whales
5. Butterflies
6. Fish
7. Monkeys
8. Ostriches
9. Bears
10. Horses


Task 11

Read the following text. Put the forms in brackets into the ones in the simple present tense.

Diversity of Living things: History of Classification

About 2000 years ago, Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, divided living things into two kingdoms, i.e. plants and animals. Most plants 1) … (have) chlorophyll and are immobile, while animals 2) … (not/have) chlorophyll and are mobile.

Aristotle system 3) … (classifies) the animal kingdoms into three groups based on their habitats (water, land, and air). Animals 4) … (live) in different habitats. Animals which belong to the same species live in the same habitats. For example, whales and fish live in oceans.

(Adapted from Self-Learning Materials Year VII)

Task 12

Read the following story. Put “T” when the sentence is already in the correct simple present tense and “F” when it is in the false form of the simple present tense.

WHY THE OWL SAYS, “WHO”

There are many birds in the forest. Birds with red and green feathers sings in the trees (F). Birds with yellow and purple feathers come from the plains (1 …..).

But, there is one bird in the forest who hasn’t got any feathers. She sit (2 …..) in a tree and cry and cry, “I haven’t got any feathers!”

The birds in the forest say, “Let’s help the bird with no feathers.” The parrot give (3 …..) her a red feather. The owl gives (4 …..) her a brown feather. Soon the sad bird get (5 …..) five feathers, ten feathers, twenty feathers!

She laughs, “I don’t need you. Now I’ve got many feathers.” And she fly out of the forest (6 …..).

The owl is angry. He wants to find that bird. He wants his feather. He flies out of the forest.

He asks the monkey, who jumps in the jungle, “who-who-who has got my feather?” The monkey do not know (7 …..). He asks the whale, who swims in the sea, “Who-who-who has got my feather?” The whale doesn’t know (8 …..). He asks the crocodile, who crawls in the river, “Who-who-who has got my feather?” The crocodile do not know (9 …..). He asks the camel, who walks in the desert, “Who-who-who has got my feather?” The camel do not know? (10 …..)

To this day the owl says (11 …..), “ Who-who-who.” He is always looking for his feather.

(Based on American Folk Tale – Re-told by Judi Veramendi)

 

  1. H.  REFLECTION
  • How well can you do these things? Check (√) the boxes.

Very well

OK

A little

  1. I can pronounce the names of animals.
  1. I can pronounce and identify kinds of animal homes.
  1. I can make sentences in the simple present tense with verbs.
  1. I can express and respond meanings in information exchanges about the ways animals live.
  1. I can write what animals can do and what they can’t do.

  1. I can put jumbled sentences in  good orders.

 

  1. I.       WORD LIST
bird noun [b«ùd] burung
camel noun [ÈkQml] unta
crocodile noun [Èkrk«daIl] buaya
deer noun [dI«] rusa
desert noun [Èdez«t] padang pasir
fish noun [fIS] ikan
forest noun [ÈfrIst]  hutan
jungle noun [ÈdZÃNgl] hutan rimba
kangaroo noun [kQNg«Èruù] kanguru
lion noun [ÈlaI«n] singa
ostrich noun [ȁstrItS] burung unta
penguin noun [ÈpeNgwIn] penguin
plain noun [pleIn] dataran
polar bear noun [Èp«Ul« be«] beruang es
river noun [ÈrIv«] sungai
snow and ice noun [sn«U] [aIs] salju dan es
whale noun [weIl] ikan paus

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