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Teachers Together English – L6U04 – Extreme Natural Events
These lessons are part of the Teachers Together English Curriculum. The lessons in this unit are related to “Extreme Natural Events” and designed for young learners and are considered intermediate (B2).
- Vocabulary includes wildfire, origin, ignite, fire retardant, water bomber, blizzard, visibility, whiteout, forecast, advisory, tropical, depression, category, warning, hurricane, tornado, funnel, cellar, vortex, radar, earthquake, tectonic plate, shift, seismic, fault, tidal wave, flood, destruction, phenomenon, submerge, heat wave, dust devil, wither, swelter, ration, avalanche, slope, bury, terrain
- Reading Skills include pre-reading, text features, and interpreting graphs.
- Reading Comprehension
- Conversation practice is included in each lesson.
There are 10 complete lessons in this course. The fifth lesson is a review lesson, and the tenth lesson is an assessment lesson to learn more about what learners know.
As a bonus, helpful links are included to a variety of other games and resources that can be used to supplement or extend the lessons.
Extreme Natural Events
In this lesson, learners read and interpret non-fiction text about earthquakes including new vocabulary and provides practice reading maps.
Tsunamis & Tidal Waves
In this lesson, learners read and interpret non-fiction text about tsunamis including new vocabulary and practice interpreting text features.
In this lesson, learners read and interpret non-fiction text about drought and heat waves. It includes new vocabulary and practice interpreting text features.
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