1. The sense of touching.
2. Describe the objects that you feel.
3. To have some basic information about rainforests.
1. Guess the words: eyes, ears, senses.
Board writing: eyes sense of looking and seeing
Ears sense of listening and hearing
1. Use your hearing in the rainforest.
1) Listen to the tropical music.
T: What comes up into your mind when you hear this piece of music? It’s a rainforest.
2) Remember Teaser.
Try to remember all the sounds you hear in the rainforest. Invite students to finish the grids on the board by a two-team competition.
3) Ask students to mime the sounds in the rainforest.
4) Now use your sight and hearing in the rainforest.
Follow the sound; you might see environments, plants and animals in the rainforest.
--Listen,….. What can you hear?
--I can hear…
--What can you see?
--I can see ...
2. Treasure in the rainforest.
T: Today I’ll guide you to feel the rainforest.
What do you touch and feel with?
Touch an object. Tell me ―How does it feel?‖—It is…
1) Guess: What is the treasure Rach’s going to tell you today?—Rubber Tree A: leaf
T: Touch it, is it hard? Is it soft? And it’s smooth.
Look around the classroom, find something smooth and ask Rach to touch it. S: Rach, touch it. It’s smooth.
B: trunk –bark
T: Who wants to know how this feels? Try to ask: Rach, how does it feel? T: It is rough. Not smooth.
Pair work: S1: Touch it. How does it feel?
S2: It’s rough. Not smooth.
3. Do a survey.
(Present four objects, ask one of each group to touch them. The rest of the group members asking the question: ―How does No. 1/2/3/4 feel?‖. The group
Do a reading about the rainforest and the rubber tree.
Write ―true or false‖ sentences to put them in the class Question Jar. Give the others to read and answer the questions.