Download the file below, which is the digital booklet you will hve to complete as you carry out this project.
IMPORTANT: Each of the members of the group must download the file and complete it with the same information as the rest of his partners. Your teacher will ask only ONE of you to upload the completed file when the deadline arrives.
6th Grade Project
You will listen to two short practices of activities related to dinosaurs.
There are 5 multiple choice questions to answer after.
Listening 1: “Most Lethal Dinosaur”
Allosaurus was a…
a) Big dinosaur
b) Small dinosaur
a) Before the T-Rex
b) During the same period that T-Rex lived
c) After the T-Rex
One of the things that makes it dangerous was:
a) Its big claws
b) Its gigantic head
c) Its long tail
The real fact that makes it so dangerous was:
a) Its teeny-tiny arms
b) Its big teeth
c) Its arms that could reach everything
According to the speaker Allosaurus was one of the fastest and most:
a) Ferocious dinosaurs that ever walked the Earth.
b) Terrifying dinosaurs that ever walked the Earth.
c) Enormous dinosaurs that ever walked the Earth.
Listening 2: “What did dinosaurs sound like?”
Nanotyrannosaurus volume match its:
Nanotyrannosaurus probably made a sound like:
a) Modern birds
b) Modern crocodiles
Predator made sounds to:
a) Scare their prey
b) Communicate with their prey
c) Communicate with other predators
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Unit: Big Question 2 “How Do We Know What Happened Long Ago?”
- Listening Comprehension: Identifying main ideas, specific information and details.
- Reading Comprehension: Identifying main ideas, specific information and details, author’s purpose (to inform, to entertain, to persuade) predicting and vocabulary in context.
Use of Language
- Vocabulary: Key concepts from Big Question 2
- Grammar: Verbs followed by infinitives/gerunds
- Error Correction: A Descriptive Report