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Развитие речи учащихся с ОВЗ на индивидуально-групповых занятиях по русскому языку и литературе

  • Arctic bear lives in the North
  • regions of Russia. It is rare
  • Red wolf lives in East Siberia
  • In Russia. It is a rare animal.

  • Beaver
  • Leopard
  • Daur hedgehog

The name of the animal is…

  • The name of the animal is…
  • It lives in …
  • It`s colour and size is …
  • It is rare (common)
  • Amur tiger
  • Russian musk-rat

Sighed Mayzie, a lazy bird hatching an egg:

  • Sighed Mayzie, a lazy bird hatching an egg:
  • “I`m tired and I`m bored
  • And I`ve kinks in my leg
  • From sitting, just sitting here day after day.
  • It`s work! How I hate it!
  • I`d much rather play!
  • I`d take a vacation, fly off for a rest
  • If I could find someone to stay on my nest!
  • If I could find someone, I`d fly away – free...”
  • Then Horton, the Elephant, passed by her tree.
  • “Hello!” called the lazy bird, smiling her best,
  • “You`ve nothing to do and I do need a rest.
  • Would YOU like to sit on the egg in my nest?”

  • Snow leopard (unica unica)
  • Chubric Axeander
  • Snow leopard are from North regions of Russia.
  • They live in forests and mountains.
  • They are big cats (1.8 m. long/ 90 kg).
  • They have got small heads and small ears.
  • They are white or grey with black spots.
  • They have got long legs and can jump 10 metres.
  • Snow leopard live to 12 years old in the wild
  • but they live to 19 years in zoos.
  • Snow leopard eat big animals (e.g. sheep).
  • They hunt them in the day or night.
  • Female snow leopard have to five babies.
  • They live with their mother for two years.
  • Now snow leopards are very rare in Russia.

name?

  • name?
  • from?
  • habitat?
  • (where it lives) Where can you see it?
  • physical appearance? Is it big or small? What colour is it?
  • food?
  • number of babies?
  • common/ rare? Is it rare or common?

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