A VERY BIG ANIMAL I KNOW

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                                               Teacher’s Activities

Activity one (1): Draw out sentences from the students about some very big animals they know.

Activity two (2): To guide the pupils in writing a detailed composition about the topic, write and explain the following guidelines on the board.

Activity four (4): Look at, interpret, and explain the example.

                                  GUIDELINES

Paragraph one (1):  Write about the name and looks of a very big animal you know.

Paragraph two (2): Write about its appearance and where it is found.

Paragraph three (3): Write about its behaviours.

Paragraph four (4): write about the uses of the parts of its body to human beings and other benefits.

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COMPOSITION: A very Big Animal I know

The elephant is a very big animal that I know. It is very ugly with very heavy body. It walks slowly and majestically too. The elephant is also called a royal animal.

The elephant is a very large animal. It is very dumpsy and usually have a coarse dark colour. It measures about 10 feet in height. An Elephant has a long trunk, two white’s tusks, two small eyes, a short tail, four short legs. Two ears hanging like bid fans and a broad body. Its skin cannot be pieced easily because it is very tough. It is usually found in the forests of Africa, India, Ceylon and Burma.

An elephant is an intelligent, careful and faithful animal. It is a very strict animal whose anger cannot be cooled once hurt. It becomes harmless when tamed and loves it young ones greatly. It is also very obedient.

Because of its size, an elephant is very useful to man in carrying heavy loads. Its bones and tusks are very useful in making articles like knife –handles, combs, hooks for brushes and many other beautiful things.

Pupil’s Activity one (1): Read the example and pay attention.

Pupil’s Activity two (2): Write a detailed composition about a very big animal you know.

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