Were you good at Geography at school?
📖 Read the words
📝 Complete the sentences
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. There’s a lot of sand in my shoes after walking in the … I went swimming in the Black … Our camp is in a beautiful … between two mountains. We like going on picnics in the … It’s never cold under the trees. I like spending winters on the Greek … of Crete. There’s a wide … in the city centre. You can’t swim there because it’s very fast. I can’t hear you because it’s really loud near the … We walked up the small … behind our house. In the summer we spend almost all of our time on the … playing and having fun. Every summer they go fishing on this … How many … are there on the planet – four or five?
🗣️ Describe the pictures
Example: There is a hill in the picture.
🗣️ Guess the words
It’s very big. You can swim in it. It isn’t a sea.
A: It's very big. You can swim in it. It isn’t a sea.
B: I think it’s an ocean.
It’s between two mountains. You can relax there. You can lie on the sand, look at the water and drink cocktails. It’s usually on a river. It’s high. Water falls from it. There are a lot of trees there. It’s tall but it isn’t a mountain.
🎧 Listen to the and choose the correct answer.
Where does Max usually go on holiday? What does Max do in the winter? ride a bike in the forest go skiing in the mountains Where does Sophie want to go swimming?
🗣️ Discuss the questions
Where do you usually go on holiday? What do you do in the winter? Where do you want to go on your next holiday?
🚀 Follow the and do the quiz.
A: I think it’s a lake.
B: No, it isn’t a lake. I know that it’s a mountain.
👥 Work in groups
Think of the place you went to. Say where you went and when. Ask follow-up questions to get more information.
A: I went to a mountain in Kenya in 2019 for a holiday.
B: Oh, wow! Who did you go with?
📢 Feedback time!
Can you give examples of useful words and phrases you’ve learned today? Which ideas of your peers were new / surprising / interesting / wise?
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