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ACTIVITY SHEET

Before Reading… 1. 2. 3. 4. Do you like animals? What’s your favourite one? Can you name two wild animals? Look at the title (cover the pictures). What do you think is the text about? Look at the pictures. Were you right?

TFK

Reading comprehension
1. How many pounds of meat can a tiger eat in a week? 2. Name the continent where you find the three big cats. 3. How can you distinguish between a tiger and a cheetah? 4. How are tigers and lions different? 5. Give a possible solution to protect these animals.

Reading in Pairs

6. Which of these statements is true? a) Lions, tigers and cheetah live in semideserts. b) Tigers and cheetah live in semideserts. c) Lions and Cheetah live in semideserts.

7. True or False. The lion is the fastest land animal……………………….. .

8. A “Habitat” is a place in which an animal lives. List two tiger habitats

9. Explain the information from the text you did not know yet. 10. What is a “pride”? a. A family group. b. The meat that a tiger eats in a day. c. A lion habitat. d. The lion’s food.

Extra activities.
Add one more animal to the chart.

Reading in Pairs

LANGUAGE SUPPORT BIG-CAT FACTS Before reading… TUTOR
1.Do you like animals? What’s your favourite one? 3.What do you think is the text about? 4.Look at the pictures. Were you right? -Yes, I do. -No, I don’t. My favourite one is ______________. I think this text is about __________. -Yes, I was. -No, I wasn’t.

TUTEE

Reading comprehension TUTOR
1.How many pounds of meat can a tiger eat in a week?

TUTEE
- A tiger can eat _________ of meat in one day, so he can eat _________ of meat in a week. A tiger is ______________. A cheetah is ___________________. A tiger lives in ________________. A cheetah lives in _________________. A tiger is ______________. A lion is ___________________. A tiger lives in ________________. A lion lives in _________________. I think a possible solution is ____________.

3.How can you differentiate a tiger from a cheetah?

4. How are tigers and lions different?

5.Give a possible solution to protect these animals.

Reading in Pairs