Arbeitsblatt: Hörverständnis Film Englisch
Ein kurzer BBC Film (Link im Arbeitsblatt) regt zu Diskussionen über Füchse an. Hörverständnis und mündlicher Ausdruck (CLIL).
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Warm up This is . belong to the family of canines ( hundeartige wie Hunde), like dogs, wolves, shakals or kojotes. • • • • • • What do you know about foxes? Where do they live? What do they eat? Are they good hunters? Do you think foxes are clever? Discuss with your neighbour and write short answer below: Write the words that you can understand. What is the movie about? Vocabulary and sentences Black Hills of Dakota Landscape in the centre of the United States Übersetze das fett Gedruckte auf Deutsch: Black Hills im Bundesstaat Dakota Landschaft im Landesinneren der USA Hidden under that icy blanket under the snow Field mice are stirring field mice are digging field mouse: The odds his chance An enormous leap to catch critter under three feet of snow His ears can pick up the faintest scamper from beneath the snow Sound: scamper Facing north He is homing in on something focussing on something Magnetic field of the planet. Using it ( the magnetic field) to calculate and plot his trajectory ( Flugbahn) the kind of math (Berechnung) missiles (Raketen) use to hit their targets (Ziele) But if he ( the fox) has got the north pole in his sights, he is guaranteed meal nearly seventy five percent of time. What is the set of skills of the fox? Do you know other animals, which use the magnetic field of the planet? Do some research on Google and write your findings here: Google how animals sense magnetism – then click Bilder. Report your findings to the class. Full text: The Fox This clever canine has an amazing set of skills. Deep snow covers the Black Hills of the Dakotas. And hidden under that icy blanket field mice are stirring. The odds of catching anything might seem hopeless. But not to him. An enormous leap to catch critter under three feet of snow. But how the heck did he do it? He is homing in on something. But it takes immense concentration and he needs complete quiet. His ears can pick up the faintest scamper from beneath the snow. But theres catch. He almost always comes up empty-handed unless hes facing north. But how is that possible? As unbelievable as it sounds, scientists now think he is homing in on the magnetic field of the planet. Using it to calculate and plot his trajectory the kind of math missiles used to hit their targets. Just the slightest distraction can throw them off. But if he has got the north pole in his sights, he is guaranteed meal nearly seventy five percent of time.