This interactive handout can directly be used in an ESL or CLIL class, but it also supports children's learning in out-of-school environments.
With the help of beautiful illustrations, children learn about what happens in their bodies when they breathe in and breathe out.
What exactly does the assignment say?
"With your friend, look at the pictures and try to say what happens when you breathe in and breathe out. Use the words in the box. Write your sentences on the dotted lines, then listen to the recording. Finally, write the correct answers into the clouds."
Children not only learn about the respiratory system, but they also practise Speaking, Writing and Listening.
Scan the QR code or click on “Can’t scan today? CLICK HERE!”, and connect the offline paper world to the online digital world. You'll be directed to FREE AUDIO recordings, with the help of which children can easily review and practise the subject contents no matter where they are: in the class, at home, in the car, in a park, on the bus, etc. Once connected to the Internet, children can do it on their own, or with the help of their teachers or parents.
Non-native speakers of the English language can easily practise the correct pronunciation of key subject-specific vocabulary and structures repeatedly.