Unit 6: Young Scientist
- This ESL kids lesson teaches English learners, new words and expressions related to the environment and environmental protection.
- Students will learn to use verbs with the prefix ‘re-‘ to talk about protecting the environment - recycle, reuse and replant.
- They will also review the use of the modal verb ‘should’, for giving advice.
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 'Young Scientist Award'. Every worksheet comes with an answer sheet on the second page for educators.
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Freddie walks into the room and asks Lisa if she wants to watch TV. Lisa is too busy doing some work. She is preparing for the ‘Young Scientist Contest’. Lisa needs to come up with good ideas for protecting the environment in order to win the contest. They share some of the best ideas for protecting the environment. They also engage Mom in the idea generation process. Thanks to all the joint ideas from the family’s brainstorming, Lisa wins the contest.
|paper||zero emission car|
Prefixes 're-' (again)
Modals ‘Should’ & ‘Shouldn’t’ for Environmental Advice
|1. We should recycle waste.|
|2. We should reuse waste.|
|3. We should replant new trees.|
|4. We should stop polluting the air and water.|
|5. We should use zero emission cars.|
|6. We should walk to school or ride our bikes.|
|7. We shouldn't drive cars that pollute the air.|
|8. We shouldn't dump waste into the oceans.|
This lesson is part of the Level 6 English course.