30 Endangered Animals Photo Flash Cards
are included in this product. Most common endangered animals
are represented in the photo cards. This resource can be used with any type of student: lower to higher intermediate ESL students, speech therapy, special education, younger ELA students or new ESL comers. This product can be used not only when introducing endangered animals
but also when talking about the animal world in general.
► VOCABULARY WORDS INCLUDED ◄
1. African/jackass/black-footed penguin | 2. African wild dog/hunting dog/painted dog | 3. Asian/Asiatic elephant | 4. Asiatic/Indian/Persian lion | 5. blue whale | 6. bonobo | 7. Bornean orangutan | 8. common chimpanzee | 9. Eastern lowland/Grauer's gorilla | 10. fishing cat | 11. giant otter | 12. green sea turtle | 13. Grévy's/Imperial zebra | 14. Iberian lynx | 15. Lear's/indigo macaw | 16. Malayan/Asian tapir | 17. Persian/Caucasian leopard | 18. purple-faced langur/leaf monkey| 19. Pygmy hippopotamus | 20. red/lesser panda/red bear-cat | 21. red-breasted goose | 22. red-crowned/Japanese/Manchurian crane | 23. Rothschild's giraffe | 24. Siberian/Amur tiger | 25. snow leopard/ounce | 26. South Andean deer/Chilean huemul | 27. Tasmanian devil | 28. toque macaque | 29. whale shark | 30. wild water/Asian buffalo
► TEACHING TIPS ◄
Photo Flash Cards can be used to teach your students new vocabulary words and then to help them retain such words. I usually print them, laminate them and leave them in a vocabulary box (Let students decorate it if you use a plain shoe box!). Students should have easy access to the box to review words learned whenever they want. I also use the vocabulary box for writing. I would give around 10 random cards to students (individually or in pairs) and then ask them to write a story by using those words in their piece of writing. It is creative, easy to implement and my students love the challenge. I also love to review vocabulary from time to time. With smaller classes I would ask students to form a circle, I would then show the photo flash cards and students will have to guess the word. With larger classes, I would ask them to stand up. I would then challenge them by showing the picture to a specific student. If he or she guesses, they continue otherwise they will have to sit. This is fantastic as a class opener!
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