Skola 2030 kompetenču stunda: bioloģija,  angļu valoda, literatūra




Organizatori:  L.Renge,  J.Černakova, T.Petrosjana

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Skola 2030

 Lesson Plan

Grade/Form 8 b

Subject: English/ Biology

Time:  Thursday  10.40 -12.20 (2 lessons)

Teachers: Tatyana Petrosyan (Biology), Ludmila Renge (English), Jelena Chernakova(English)

Attaintment target/ Objectives of/Result to be achieved at (SR) the lesson:

1.       learn about dogs ( canines)family (appearance, habitat,  breeding…)

2.      Learn new vocabulary on topic Animals

3.      Develop reading, listening and communication skills


How will I know that it’s achieved? – Students will do the tasks and evaluate themselves.

Macību notikums


Teacher’s Actions

Gain Attention

Students watch the movie about wolves and try to identify the theme of the lesson.

“Go to the Movies”-  a movie theme. Feature an inspirational movie to keep students’ interest fresh. The teacher must have a hook, hook students in by presenting an intersting movie that encourage them to keep working at the lesson. The teacher must assess the students' readiness for the method, establish the boundaries of the students' decisions about their learning and teach about the methodology.

Inform about the attaintment target/ objectives (SR)

Having the video watched,students should define  what knowledge they would have at the end of the lesson ( class, family, food, habitat, life span)


The teacher listens to the students answers and add some useful information about goals of the unit of study.

Stimulate recall of previous knowledge/ prior learning

Brainstorm Activity, students fill the tab

The teacher must assess the students' readiness for the method, establish the boundaries of the students' decisions about their learning and teach about the methodology.

Present the new content

Students get the information about wolves reading the texts and working in groups ( discussion)

Teacher’ s observation. The teacher assists the students through teaching behaviours that are similar to traditional teaching methods, but that vest more responsibility in the students.

Direct and support learning/ provide guidance

Vizualization, reading, discussion. Students get the information working in groups.  They read the texts, listen to the texts, make active vocabulary, find the appropraite information, discuss the texts, prove their answers, using the information from the texts.

The teacher assists the students through teaching new material. The teacher uses different techniques and strategies which help students to keep the new content in longterm memory.

Provide possibilities to use the new content/ Elicit performance

At Biology lessons students keep on studying mammals,  knowing the features of this kind of the animals at wolves’example. Wolves are the members of the dog family. Students know  more about pets ( dogs).

The teacher plans lessons which are connected with previous themes.

Give/ provide feedback

Correct answers are on the screen. Self- checking and correction.

The teacher plans lessons which are connected with previous themes.

Assess performance

Students do homework on the theme successfully.

Teacher checks students’ self-evaluation to oi order the students will be able to check if and to what extant they have reached the attainment target.(SR)

Enhance retention and transfer of knowledge, generalizatiin

Students will know about mammals and carnivores, their habitat. Students will have the understanding why we need carnivores.

Teachers’cooperative work will help students to use the things learnt in new situations, other contexts.


Anticipation guide

Before reading


While reading

Text Number









Wolves can be grey, brown and any other colour






Adult wolves can eat 9 kg of meat in a single meal






Wolves weigh about 80 kg






Wolves  communicate with each other through howling, body language and scent






Wolves live in packs






Male and female wolves are of the same size






Wolves live in all parts of the world






The average lifespan of a wolf is about 16 years






Wolves are mammals





Read the texts and fill in the table













Way of communication


Life span


Interesting facts



Home Task

Fill in the table about your favourite animal













Way of communication


Life span


Interesting facts



Text 1.

Species of wolves are among the largest of all canines!

Wolves are warm blooded mammals that come in different sizes and colors, and can be found all over the world.

Wolves live for approximately eight to twelve years, and can be found all over the world in forested, tundra, arctic, plains, mountains and desert regions.

 Wolves are predators. This means that they hunt weaker animals for food. To make them even better hunters, wolves live in large packs. All wolves are carnivores, meaning they must eat meat to survive. Examples of animals wolves prey on are elk,bison,species of deer and antelope, and moose. If desperate, they will also hunt beavers, rabbits, baby animals, or other small animals.

Text 2.

      Gray wolves are the largest wild members of the dog family. The fur can be any shade of gray, brown, black, white, or tan. In winter, their fur becomes darker on the neck, shoulders, and rump.


Male: 80-110lbs(36-50 kg). Female: 60-80lbs (27-50 kg)

Height: 26 (66 cm) to 32 inches (81 cm)


Male: 5-6,5 feet (1,5-2 m) (nose to tip of tail) Female: 4,5 to 6 feet (1,4 -1,8m)

Gray wolves have been known to live a maximum of thirteen years in the wild, though the average lifespan is about 5 to 9 years. /they can live 14-15 years in captivity.


Text 3.

      Fun Wolf  Facts for Kids

       Wolves are  excellent hunters and have been found to be living in more places in the world than any other mammal except humans.

       Most wolves weigh about 40 kg but the heaviest wolf ever recorded weighed over 80 kg!

      Wolves live and hunt in groups called a pack. A pack can range from two wolves to as many as 20 wolves depending on such factors as habitat and food supply. Most packs have one breeding pair of wolves, called the alpha pair, who lead the hunt.

      Wolf pups are born deaf and blind while weighing around 0,5 kg. It takes about 8 months before they are old enough to actively join in wolf pack hunts.

      When the pack kills an animal, the alpha pair always eats first. As food supply is often irregular for wolves, they will eat up to 1/5th of their own body weight at a time to make up for days of missed food.

Text 4.

      The gray wolf or grey wolf (Canis lupus), also known as the timber wolf or western wolf is one of the world’s best known animals.

      Gray wolves can thrive in a diversity of  habitats from the tundra to woodlands, forests, grasslands and deserts.

      On average, adult gray wolf measure 105-106 cm in length and 80-85 cm in shoulder height. The tail measures 29-50 cm in length.

      They have 42 teeth altogether.

      One of the best-known ways wolves communicate is  howling.

      Another  way wolves communicate is through body language.

      They also use scents produced by their bodies to communicate. One source of scent is urine, which they use to mark territory and to tell other wolves in their own pack where they are.

      Adults can eat 9 kilograms (20 pounds) of meat in a single meal.






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