Thursday, 11 June 2015

What can I see?

Here's another song with a lot of movements invented on the spot. It's great for practising comparative adjectives. 

As for the introduction, we played a guessing game to name the animals in the pictures around the text. Then, I asked my pupils to pretend that they were in the jungle and mime different actions, including their reaction when they faced wild animals.

And the lyrics are as follows:

I'm walking,
I'm walking.
What can I see?
I can see a lion and it's bigger than me.

I'm swimming,
I'm swimming.
What can I see?
I can see a shark and it's uglier than me.

I'm standing,
I'm standing.
What can I see?
I can see a snake and it's thinner than me.

I'm hiding,
I'm hiding.
What can I see?
I can see a bat and it's smaller than me.

I'm sitting,
I'm sitting.
What can I see?
I can see a monkey and it's naughtier than me.
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