Fun at the Zoo
Think about it
1.Do you like animals? 2.Have you ever been to the zoo? 3.What animals can people usually see in the zoo?
sheep pandas snake horse elephants
entrance exit n.入口 n. 出口
danger n. 危险
surprise v. 使惊奇
Look and answer
?What is this? ?It’s a bear. ?What is it doing? ?It is sleeping. ?Bears sleep all winter.
? It is very
Look at and answer.
Is this a bear?
No, it’s a tiger.
How is the tiger? Is it happy? No, it’s angry生气的. It’s mad . 发怒的
?Did they see any signs at the zoo? ?What are they ？
Do not feed the animals !
? 1 ．When is the zoo open ？
? The zoo is open at eleven o’clock．
? 2 ．Why can’t they take photos ?
? Maybe photos would surprise the animals ．
? 3 ． Do they see all kinds of animals ? ? Yes ，they do ． ? 4 ． Can Danny give the bear donuts ? ? No ，he can’t ．
Task 2: Fill in the blanks
Brain, Jenny and Danny arrive at the zoo at a quarter to eleven.
When they go through theentrance, they see a sign . It says
“No photos .” Brain says it will surprise the animals if people photos there. Then they come to a bear cage. A bear is bear up. He wants to make friends with
it. Because bear sleep all winter . Danny wants to wake the the bear and give
it somedonutsto eat. But Jenny and Brain stop him from doing
that because people can’t feed the animals. It’s dangerous!
The three friends have a very good day .
Now it’s time to
In a group of three, act out a trip to the zoo. Each group member takes one of the three roles(Brain, Jenny or Danny). Try changing the story. Be creative!
? Have you ever been to the zoo? 你曾经去过动物园吗？ have been to 表示“去过某地”。后接表示地点的副 词时，to省略。 I have been to Beijing . (I’m here now)
have been to表示“去过某地”，现已返回原地
have gone to表示“去了某地”或已经达到目的 地，或在途中 They have gone to the Great Wall. 他们 去了长城。( They are not here now)
肯定祈使句以动词原形开头；否定祈使句，即 Don’t 或 No ＋动名词（名词）
Can you give us some examples? Stand up! Come in! Hold on! Don’t make a noise in class. Don’t be late for class again! Don’t play with fire! No smoking ! No noise! No photos! No parking!
1. maybe与may be
例句： Maybe you put your book in the desk.
I can’t find my book. It may be in the desk.
2.surprise, surprised, surprising
to one’s surprise令某人吃惊的是
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