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Tlc.Spain An e-book presentation with worksheets Panchi’s day out. Tlc/Trinity Initial stages 1 - 3
Tlc.Spain Present Simple. Descriptions. Clothes. Places Meet Pepa and Panchi. They are cousins. Pepa is 10 and Panchi is 9. They live in Barcelona. Pepa lives in a big block of flats in the city centre and Panchi lives on a farm in the countryside. Pepa : tall and thin blonde hair blue eyes blue t-shirt red skirt white socks blue shoes Panchi: short and thin black hair brown eyes red t-shirt grey shorts orange socks green shoes You can colour us in if you want.
Before we start I would like to introduce you to my family. This is my mum and dad. Yes, I’m Pepa’s mum. My name’s Silvi and I’m a housewife. I look after my husband and three children and I do all the cooking and cleaning at home. We’ve got a big flat in the city centre. It’s very hard work. I’m Manolo. Manolo Suarez. I’m Pepa’s father. As you can see I’m a dentist and I work in the city. When I’m not working I like fishing and walking in the country with my dogs. I’m sorry, but I’m very busy at the moment - so I can’t talk now - goodbye ! Tlc.Spain Introductions. Present Continous. Family. Professions.
Tlc.Spain Introductions. Professions. Family. I would like… …..and this is my brother Tito and my sister Juani. Hi! I’m Tito. I’m the eldest. I’m eighteen and I’m a university student. I am studying to be a lawyer and when I qualify I would like to work in Madrid. I’m Pepa’s big sister. My name’s Juani and I’m sixteen years old. I’m still at school at the moment but I hope to go to university soon. I like fashion and I buy a lot of clothes so when I finish “uni” I would like to be a clothes designer for a major company.
Tlc.Spain Introductions. Family. Personal information. Numbers. I would like to introduce my family too. These are my parents Mari Carmen and Sergio. Hello. Yes, I’m Mari Carmen. I’m a hairdresser and I’ve got my own business in a suburb of Barcelona. I’m forty eight years old and I’ve got three children. Panchi is the youngest. Silvi, Pepa’s mother, is my sister. …and I’m Sergio, Panchi’s father. As you know I am a farmer and we have a small family farm on the outskirts of Barcelona – about 20 hectares. We have a few sheep and a few cows, but our principal business is growing cereals and vegetables for the local markets.
Tlc.Spain Introductions. Family. Comparatives/Suerlatives … and these two monsters are my older brothers. They’re twins. Yes, we ’re twins. But I’m the oldest. I was born three minutes before Manito. Oh! By the way, my name’s Carlo. We’re eleven and a half years old and our birthday is in May. “Little Panchito” gets very angry with us sometimes – poor baby!
Tlc.Spain 1Where does Pepa live? 2Does Panch live in the city? 3What does Pepa’s mother do? 4Is Pepa’s father a doctor? 5Is Tito younger than Jauni? 6 Where would Tito like to work? 7 Is Juani a university student? 8What does Panchi’s mother do? 9Does she work in the city centre? 10Is Sergio a dentist? 11What is his main business? Reading Comprehension 1 Pages 1 - 5
Tlc.Spain Question words. school/subjects. Love/hate. Days of the week Today is Friday. School is finished. Pepa and Panchi are going home on the school bus. They are both very happy. Friday is a hard day. Panchi has a maths exam every Friday afternoon. He hates maths. Pepa always has two hours of English every Friday morning. She loves the subject - but it’s very difficult. What subjects do you like? What subjects do you hate? What is your favourite subject?
Tlc.Spain Adjectives. Present Simple/Continuous. Articles a and an. It’s hot and sunny – not a cloud to be seen - an excellent day. The sky is blue. The sun is bright. The trees and grass are green and yellow and the ground is hard and dry. Today is Saturday. Pepa and Panchi are playing with the twins in a field on the farm. The twins are hiding and Pepa and Panchi are looking for them. Whereareyou?Whereareyou? We can see you!
Tlc.Spain Present Continuous. “going to … ” and “Will” Future. Time. Today is Sunday and it is in the morning. Today is a special day because Pepa and Panchi are going to the zoo. They are going with Pepa’s big brother, Tito. Panchi is very excited. What animals do you think they will see? Make a list on the next slide. Zoo
Tlc.Spain Vocabulary. Worksheet Free writing. I think they will see: What is your favourite animal and why? My favourite animal is
Tlc.Spain Vocabulary. Worksheet Well done! Now draw lines to the animals - or name them as they appear. tiger bird kangaroo snake gorilla polar bear penguin lion giraffe zebra monkey elephant hippo crocodile seal
Tlc.Spain Song. We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo You can come too, too, too See the tiger and the kangaroo We’re going to the zoo. We’re going to watch the monkeys leap We’re going to see the cheatas cheat We’re going to smell the rhino’s feet We’re going to the zoo. We’re going to watch the penguins swim We’re going to hear the parrots sing We’re going to meet the “lion king” We’re going to the zoo. We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo You can come too, too, too See the tiger and the kangaroo We’re going to the zoo.
Tlc.Spain 1What are the childrens’ names? 2Are they brother and sister? 3Is Panchi 8 years old? 4Does Panchi live in the city? 5Was Saturday cloudy? 6 Describe Pepa. 7 Describe Panchi? 8Why is Sunday a special day? 9Is Tito Panchi’s brother? 10Is Panchi sad? Reading Comprehension 1 Pages 1 - 3
Tlc.Spain Like. Favourite. Lots of……. Come and meet some of the animals I like all the animals in the zoo, but my favourite animal is the Panda, because they are so cuddly and cute. I like all the animals too and I have lots of favourites. I like the big animals – the elephant, the rhino and the hippo.
Tlc.Spain Family. Present Simple Food This is a complete family with mother, father and babies Yin, Yan and Yon. Pandas come from China, but these were born here in the zoo. The Giant Panda has a diet of 99% bamboo but will also eat other foods (eggs, fish, honey, bananas etc.) when it’s available. Aren’t they beautiful!
Tlc.Spain this/that Adjectives very This is Elvis and that is Lucy. They come from Africa. Elephants are huge animals and have a very long memory. They have big ears and a very long trunk. Baby elephants are called “calves” and weigh about 90 Kg when they are born.
Tlc.Spain Present Simple. they/their. 1st person/3º person transfer This is Senior Rodriguez. He works at the zoo. He looks after Elvis and Lucy. They are his favourites He works in the Elephant House. He has an assistant, Samuel. They have seven elephants altogether. They feed them and keep them clean. Hi! Everybody. I’m Samuel
Tlc.Spain Parts of the body. Comapartives/Superlatives. Love. Say hello to Horace the hippo. He’s a gentle giant and loves to swim and sleep. He has an enormous mouth and teeth and is the third largest animal (by weight) in the world. Incredibably, he can run faster than a human. The name “Hippopotamus amphibius” means “water horse.”
Tlc.Spain Simple facts. Vocabulary. This is Clive. He’s a bactrian camel. The two humps are for storing fat to live on when he has no other food. Dromedary camels have one hump. Camels are an endangered specis – there are only wild camels left in the world.
Tlc.Spain 1What is special about Pandas for Pepa? 2What animals does Panchi prefer? 3Were Yin, Yan and Yon born in China? 4What do Pandas eat most of the time? 5 Is it true that baby elephants weigh less than 40Kg when they are born? 6Can Panchi run faster than a hippo? Why? 7 Does the Latin name for hippopotamus mean “sea urchin”? 8Why do camels have humps? 9 Is it true that there are 1000’s of camels left in the wild? 10Do polar bears come from Africa? 11Is it correct to say that the polar bear is the smallest of bears? Reading Comprehension 2. Pages 6 – 11.
bird crocodile elephant flamingo giraffe gorilla hippo kangaroo lion monkey ostrich panda penguin polar bear rhino seal snake tiger zebra Tlc.Spain Vocabulary. Can you find these animals in the wordsearch?
Tlc.Spain Present Simple. Superlatives. Meet Bertie. He’s a polar bear and comes from the arctic circle. Most polar bears are born on land but spend a lot of their time at sea. They generally hunt and eat seals. The polar bear is the largest of the bear family.
Tlc.Spain Present Continuous. Time. Prepositions of place. It’s one o’clock and we are having lunch in the cafeteria. Tito is paying. Ah! Yes. Here it is. It’s between the lions and the penguins – in front of the picnic area. penguins lions Picnic area
Tlc.Spain Present Continuous. Some. “will” future with “think” I’m having a pizza. It’s my favourite. I’m having a “Margarita” because I like cheese. For desert I’m having “jelly and ice-cream.” It looks really wobbly - and it’s very tasty. I think I’ll have a hamburger with chips and a bottle of fizzy water, and then some apple pie and custard. What are you having, Tito?
Tlc.Spain Past tense of “to be” Let’s That was deilcious, but it was very busy. there were a lot of people in the picnic area. Okay. Let’s get back to the animals Where were we? Oh! Yes, let’s start with the I can see them from here.
Tlc.Spain Adjectives. This is Lenny. He’s quite old. The lion is called the king of the jungle because he is strong and powerful. Baby lions are called “cubs.” They are very playful when they are young, but when they grow up they need respect – they are afraid of nothing.
Tlc.Spain Adverbs of frequency. This is Chaz. He’s a crocodile and he is always hungry. He has a long tail and a lot of very sharp teeth. He spends most of his time in the water. We should never go near crocodiles (or alligators) because they are very, very dangerous.
Tlc.Spain Present Simple/Continuous These are the monkeys. They spend a lot of time up in the trees. They are very playful animals and like to swing from branch to branch. They eat all kinds of fruit. It’s feeding time now. These are eating bananas.
Tlc.Spain 1 What are they doing at 1 o’clock? 2Is Pepa paying for the food? 3Where exactly is the café? 4 Is Panchi having hamburger and chips? 5Why was the café busy? 6 Why is the lion called the King of the jungle? 7Are crocodiles friendly animals? 8 How would you describe the monkeys? 9 Is a baby Kangaroo called a “calf” and does it hold on to it’s mothers back? 10 Is a baby kangaroo shorter than you? 11What colour is a tiger?. Why? Reading Comprehension 3. Pages
Tlc.Spain Present Simple. Vocabulary Meet Katy. She’s a kangaroo and she comes from Australia. She hops along on very powerful legs and just bounces wherever she wants to go. Kangaroos have pouches to protect their young. A baby Kangaroo is called a “Joey”
Tlc.Spain Simple facts. Adjectives. Say hi! to Gerry. Gerry the giraffe. He has a very long neck so that he can reach all the tasty leaves high up in the trees. Giraffes are very tall and very graceful animals. A baby giraffe is nearly two metres tall at birth.
Tlc.Spain Simples facts. Present Simple Meet Theo the tiger. He is a big cat and in his natural environment he is a serious predator and a very capable hunter. The tiger’s stripes provide good camouflage in the tropical forests where he lives. Tigers hunt and eat deer and wild pig.
Tlc.Spain Simple facts. Adverbs of frequency. This is Ronnie the rhino. He is a very big animal and has a horn on his head. He has acute hearing and sense of smell, but very poor eyesight. He generally eats leafy material and weighs nearly one ton. Rhino’s often live to be 60 years old or more.
Tlc.Spain Simple facts. Although. Can’t Penguins live almost exclusively in the southern hemisphere, especially in Antarctica. Although they are birds they cannot fly – their wings have become flippers – and they are excellent swimmers. Penguins spend about half their life on land and half in the oceans.
Tlc.Spain Reading Comprehension 4. Pages Does the rhinoceros have very good eyesight but poor hearing? 2Do rhinos die at a very early age? 3 Do most penguins live in northern Europe? 4 Can penguins fly very long distances? 5 Do penguins spend all their life in the sea? 6 At what time do Pepa and Panchi have to go home? 7What didn’t they have time to see? 8 Do you think that they will go to the zoo again? 9 Which animal did you like most in this zoo? ? Why? 10 Have you ever been to a zoo? Where and when? 11Name some “zoo like” places in the Canary Islands.
Tlc.Spain Past Simple negative. Oh! Well. That was a lovely day - but we have to go home now - it’s getting late. We didn’t see everything, of course - so perhaps Tito will take us again. I hope so. What other things do we still need to see?
Yes, you’re right! We didn’t see: We didn’t visit: We didn’t go to: Birds Invertebrates Reptiles Amphibians Fish Tlc.Spain Past Simple negative. the