Animal Charades

Animal Charades
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  • Objective: The Learners will describe and classify between domesticated and wild animals with seventy percent accuracy. 
  • domesticated & wild 
  • Can someone tell me the difference between these two animals?
  • I want to be a fish in the giant ocean!
  • Objective: The Learners will describe and classify between domesticated and wild animals with seventy percent accuracy. 
  • I'll be a giraffe in the wild
  • I think a lion is a wild animal
  • *thinking...*
  • I  pick the dog because it is a domesticated animal.
  • Once everyone put their paper with the name of the animal in the box!
  • Objective: The Learners will describe and classify between domesticated and wild animals with seventy percent accuracy. 
  • *OOOOOOO waaaahhhhhh aaaahhhhhh*
  • Engage: Students will give the teacher the differences/similarities between both animals such as where they are located, size, and ect.. 
  • Objective: The Learners will describe and classify between domesticated and wild animals with seventy percent accuracy. 
  • Why wouldn't a lion be great as a pet? With raised hands, please.
  • Lions need a lot of space for them to move and a lot of meat!
  • Explore : The students will think about the animal he/she will want to act out. Students will decide if the animal they have is a domesticated or wild animal. 
  • Objective: The Learners will describe and classify between domesticated and wild animals with seventy percent accuracy. 
  • Think of two examples of a domesticated and a wild animal. Turn and talk with your neighbor
  • Explain: Student will act out their animal (charades. Other students will explain if it is a domesticated or wild animal 
  • Objective: The Learners will describe and classify between domesticated and wild animals with seventy percent accuracy. 
  • What was an example that you shared with your partner, stephanie?
  • Elaborate: The students will classify if the animals as appropriate or inappropriate pets, with reasons for classifications
  • Evaluate: The teacher will Ask the students to give two examples of domesticated and wild
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  • My example was a goldfish because I have one at home and i feed him when he is hungry
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