2Lesson plan designed by: The pet escapeLesson plan designed by:Jorge MazoLiliana SeguroNancy FlorezLuz Marleny Tabares
3Pet houses and habitats THEMEPet houses and habitats
4Visiting different houses TOPICSSharing with othersVisiting different housesFriendship
5PURPOSE Showing the importance of sharing with others. Learning to value the own house.Reflecting about the responsibilities of having a pet
6BEFORE READING Exploring the title: The Pet Escape Picture walk What do you understand by the title?What will the story be about?Picture walkShowing the pictures from the story and guessing what happens in each page.Writing students’ predictions on the board
7WHILE READING Reading Aloud Read the text from each page and point at the picturesAsk students comprehension questionsPoint at key words or sentences in the textReread when you think it is necessary
8AFTER READINGUNSCRAMBLING THE STORY: Organizing the sentences according to the storyThen, they went to the cat’s house, but they didn’t like it.So they decided to go back to the pet shop and they were happy.One day, they decided to escape.First, they went to the hamster’s house, but they didn’t like it.A cat, a dog, a hamster and a turtle lived in a pet shop.Finally, they went to the turtle’s house, but they didn’t like it, either.After, they went to the dog’s house, but they didn’t like it.RETELLING: invite students to tell the story with their own words and use the pictures from the book.
9AFTER READING What’s your opinion? Do you have a pet? What do you do with it?How do you take care of your pet?If you don’t, would you like to have a pet? Which one?Do you think all animals could be pets? Why or why not?Do you think all animals can live in the same place and under the same conditions?