Unit 2: Natural World
- This English lesson teaches ESL kids vocabulary related to the natural world.
- Students will learn how to use comparatives and superlatives to describe things in the natural world.
- After this lesson, kids should be able to compare and contrast things.
Main Lesson Materials & Study Steps
Worksheets for the Unit
The worksheets below are useful for offline and classroom activities. These printable exercises directly correlate with the above lesson 'Natural World'. Every worksheet comes with an answer sheet on the second page for educators.
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Ms. Ann’s topic for the day is volcanoes. She teaches the students what a volcano is and about eruptions. Freddie asks if volcanic eruptions are dangerous. Ms. Ann tells them the story of a mountain in Italy that erupted with deadly consequences. Frightened by the new knowledge, the kids wonder whether this might happen to them. Ms. Ann promptly explains that most volcanic eruptions actually take place in the oceans.
|71% or 71 percent = 71/100|
Comparatives & superlatives (use some objects to show)
Sentences with superlatives
|What is the biggest ocean?|
|The Pacific Ocean is the biggest.|
|What is the longest river?|
|The Nile is the longest river.|
|What is the driest desert?|
|The Atacama Desert in Chile is the driest desert.|
|What is the coldest ocean?|
|The Arctic Ocean is the coldest. It is also the smallest ocean.|
This lesson is part of the Level 6 English course.