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Animals around us: Oviparous, Viviparous, Herbivores, Carnivores and Omnivores - Lesson plan, Interactive Activities and Worksheets.

Lesson: Animals around us Topic: Oviparous, viviparous, herbivores, carnivores and omnivores. Subject: Science Grade: Primary and upper primary Material: flashcards, interactive videos, and worksheets. Learning outcomes:  Identify different features  of birds and animals. classify carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores. know about the group behaviour of animals and birds. show concern towards animals and birds.            Here is a simple lesson plan and interesting activities to teach about 'how animals birth?' and what they eat?  Task 1: Show some animals and birds flashcards and have a discussion. Ask students, where do they live? how are their body and shape? ..etc Now tell your students to classify those animals into two types and write them in the below table.  Task 2:               Now tell your students that animals are two types based on their birth. Use the below picture to explain the concept. Task 3:           Tell your students to watch the interactive video below a

Interactive Quiz -"Simple past and Present perfect." and "Could you and Would you mind."

  Topic: "Simple past and Present perfect." and "Could you and Would you mind." Material: Interactive PPT Here is an interactive quiz to practice the "Simple past and Present perfect." And also have some bits of "Could you and Would you mind." You can download the PPT from the below link.  This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office . Download the PPT

Say 'NO' to Bullying - Anti- Bullying Lesson Plan and Activities

Topic: Say 'NO' to Bullying Grade : Primary and upper primary The main idea and activities of the lesson plan are to raise awareness of bullying for students. Use this lesson to teach your students about, what bullying is, what it looks like, anti-bullying concepts, and take action to stop it when they see it along with the language aspects. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: learn what Bullying is. listen to a dialogue and demonstrate understanding by answering true or false questions. ask questions during the discussion. know that being bullied makes people feel bad. understand the word meaning in context by choosing the correct definition of the words. read and understand the reading text by identifying the main ideas and transferring the supporting details into a table. do a role play in groups. Material:  picture, audio clip (dialogue), task sheets, situation cards Presentation:   Show the below picture of children being bullied. Ask some q