This is a lesson I made for my summer camp students. I think having a dog is one of life's greatest joys, however, a fairly high percentage of Chinese children are terrified of them. My objective with this lesson is to educate them about dog body language, and the right way and time a dog should be approached. There are four postures examined: angry, scared, relaxed, and playful, as well as a comprehension check for each one. After the PPT, I give my students a chance to put what they have learned into practice with my little fur baby, Trouble. Be sure to change the last slide of the PPT to your own puppy, and as always, if you enjoyed this lesson, be sure to check out some of my others at ESL In Asia
. Good luck!