Weekend chat Vocabulary: Geographical Features Exercises and writing Game
Geographical features refer to landforms, bodies of water, and other physical features of the Earth. These features can include mountains, rivers, deserts, etc. What others do you know?
A bay is made of water, a partially enclosed area of sea water. A peninsula is made of land, a "finger" of land sticking out into the water.
Complete the following sentences using the words from the box:
1. We like going on picnics in the beautiful green _________. 2. You should never go near the edge of a ______. It’s dangerous. 3. In the summer we spend almost all of our time on the ______, playing and having fun. 4. They lost their way in the _______ and died of thirst 5. In winter, huge waves crush on the _______. 6. We should build a lighthouse at the edge of the ________. 7. Mount Olympus is the highest ________ in Greece
mountain coast valley beach hills waterfall cliff desert peninsula cave
The salt water which covers large parts of the surface of the earth.
An _________is an area of land surrounded by water.
A ____________is an area of very dry land.
A ______________is an area of land by the side of a river.
A __________is an area of low land between two hills or mountains.
Brain break: Think outside the box. Complete the picture. Hint: It's not a cup of water.
Pop Quiz Vocabulary: Natural Disasters Writing exercise Vocabulary Game
Extreme weather condition with strong wind and heavy rain, usually with thunderbolts
Weather phenomenom in which little balls of ice fall from the sky
- ice storm
Uncrontrolled fire often ocurring in wildland.
Giant wave caused by earthquakes or volcanic eruptions under the sea.
Shaking of the ground caused by the shifting or rocks beneath the surface.
When lava is discharged from a volcano.
- volcanic eruption
Overflow of water on normally dry land.
Large rotating storm with high speed winds.
Brain break: Think outside the box. Complete the picture. Hint: It's not an umbrella.
Work with your 12 o'clock partner Take turns taking a strip of paper, translate the word and make a sentence, if the sentence is correct keep the strip, if not, return the strip. If you pull a strip that has SHARKS swimming on it, you have to put ALL of your strips back! (But the shark stays off to the side.) Who ever has more strips by the time the timer stops wins the game.
What would be the most frightening natural disaster you could imagine yourself in? Write about finding yourself about to experience and then experiencing that very type of natural disaster, and what you would do to survive it.
How confident are you with today's lesson?
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- Need more practice 👨🔬
- Confused 😕
- Completely lost 😓
Which of the following is a type of geographical feature?
What is a large body of water surrounded by land called?
'Valley' is an example of what type of geographical feature?
Let's take 5 deep breaths
Write 8 sentences using the following prompts: River banks/Past simple Peninsula/Future continuous Mountain Range/Present simple Cliff/Past perfect Dam/Present continuous Drought/future perfect Wildfire/past simple Flood/present perfect
Comic Artist: Responsible for creating the actual comic panels and illustrations. You must visually represent scenes and characters from the chapters. Scriptwriter: Develop the dialogue and captions for the comic. Extract key dialogues and narrative elements from the chapters and adapt them to the comic format.
Theme Tracker: Identify and discuss the themes present in the chapters. Highlight the central themes, symbols, and messages in the text and suggest ways to incorporate these into the comic's visual elements. Scene Selector: Select and prioritize the scenes that will be shown in the comic. Choose the most pivotal moments from the chapters.
Más vale tarde que nunca Ojos que no ven, corazón que no siente. El que mucho abarca, poco aprieta. No le pidas peras a un olmo. Camarón que se duerme, se lo lleva la corriente. Dime con quién andas y te diré quién eres. No todo lo que brilla es oro. Más vale pájaro en mano que cientos volando. Te comió la lengua el gato. Matar dos pájaros de un tiro.
Brain break: Complete the drawing. Hint: It's not a crown