Birds of feather flock together
1. to read texts and learn specific information about animals;
2. to practice asking questions in Present Simple;
3. to develop skills of dialogical speech.
to stay underwater
the Baltic sea
1. Green Turtles
Green Turtles are reptiles. They live in warm seas. Green Turtles have got a shell to protect them. These reptiles eat
fish and plants. They weigh about 270 kilos. They lay 100 eggs at a time. Green Turtles live for about 50 years.
2. Grey Seals
Grey Seals are mammals and feed their babies on milk. They live in the north-east and north-west parts of the Atlantic
and in the Baltic sea.They can dive and swim very fast. Grey Seals can stay underwater for about 15 minutes. They
have got bid eyes to help them see well in dark waters, long whiskers and thick grey fur to keep them warm in cold
seas. These mammals weigh from 150 to 230 kilos. They eat various kind of fish. They live in small groups. They live
for about 25 to 30 years.
3. Wild Red Foxes
Wild Red Foxes are mammals and feed their babies on milk. They live in North America, Asia, Europe and Africa.
Wild Red Foxes eat mice, rabbits, eggs, fruit and birds. These mammals weigh 6 kilos. They live in small groups. They
live for 2 years.
4. Polar bears
Polar bears are mammals and feed their babies on milk. They live in the Arctic. Polar bears are about 2 metres tall and
they weigh about 400 kilos. These mammals have got cream- coloured fur, which keeps them warm. They can swim
very well because their front legs are very strong. Polar bears eat seals and fish. They live in small groups. They live
for 25 years.
You interview a zoo director in the studio of TV program “In the world of animals”.
A family wants to adopt an animal. They ask a zoologist different questions about the animal they want to adopt.
A family lost their pet. They call to a police station to tell about it. A policeman asks them questions about it.
A teacher of zoology asks children questions on the theme they learnt the previous lesson.