Visual English 3
Unit 18
In the wild


🌿 🌍 Dive into the “In the Wild” unit, crafted for ESL students to explore wildlife habitats and diverse animals. Enhance vocabulary and discuss nature in English! 🐾🌳


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This unit not only educates students about wildlife and their natural settings but also encourages them to articulate their observations and knowledge, enhancing their conversational skills in English. Ready to explore the wild? Let’s embark on an adventure into nature! 🌿

Wildlife Habitats Explored:
🏜️ Desert, Forest, Sea, and Mountain: Discover animals and the characteristics of their habitats like camels in deserts and sharks in the sea.
🌲 Specifics of Each Habitat: Explore what makes each habitat unique and learn about the animals that thrive there.
Describing Animal Characteristics and Behaviours:
πŸͺ Adaptations and Survival: Discuss how animals adapt to their environments and their survival strategies.
🦁 Animal Behaviours: Learn about the behaviours and lifestyles of different animals, from the predatory instincts of wild cats to the foraging habits of forest dwellers.
Interactive Learning Activities:
πŸ–ΌοΈ Habitat Matching Game: Match animals to their correct habitats, reinforcing knowledge about where different animals live.
🎨 Create Your Animal Fact File: Students create a detailed fact file for an animal, integrating key vocabulary and honing their research skills.

Engaging ESL Conversations:
🐘 Habitat Preferences: Students express why certain animals live in specific habitats, using specific vocabulary to describe environmental needs.
🐊 Animal Survival Strategies: Discuss how different animals survive and thrive in their natural habitats, enhancing understanding of natural selection and adaptation.
Fun Activities:
Role-Play Animal Researchers: Students take turns being wildlife researchers, discussing and debating animal behaviours and habitat needs in a structured way.
Wildlife Vocabulary Bingo: Learn and reinforce new vocabulary through a bingo game that uses words related to animals and their environments.