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Transcript of LIONS
At the end of this activity you will know the most relevant aspects about lions, identifying new words related to those animals.
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Go through the presentation by clicking on next icon. You will know the most important aspects about lions. At the end, you will work with them to reinforce the acquisition.
LEARNING ABOUT LIONS
WHAT IS A LION?
Lions are the largest members of the cat family. Like other cats, they have paws, big teeth and whiskers. Male lions have manes, but female lions do not.
LION is called
THE KING OF THE BEASTS
When lions roar, all animals listen in the jungle. Lions roar to protect their hunting area and to call other lions in their families
WHERE DO LIONS LIVE?
Lions live in the grasslands
They live near water holes because they cannot live without water.
Most of the lions live in one area, the same one.
They do not allow other animals to hunt in their area.
A family lion is called PRIDE.
A pride has a male lion, some female lions and some cubs in it
Do you know...?
Lions are so sleepy
What do lions eat?
All lions eat meat. They like to eat large animals such as zebra, antelope, buffalo or deer.
Female lions do most in hunting. famales work together.
By Claudia Patricia Mosquera Gaviria
Master in English language teaching for self-directed learning
Universidad de la Sabana
Source aimed at the development of reading and vocabulary
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