Describe the girl on the front cover: shape of her face, eyes, skin, mouth, neck and hair.
Is the girl happy or sad? Why do you think?
Find three things on the front cover that you don’t know how to say in English.
Find the words in your dictionary and practise writing and saying them.
How many flowers and colours can you see on the front cover?
Where do you think the girl lives?
Look at the title. What do you think the story is about?
Step 2 and Step 3: Listen and Watch
Listen and watch for general understanding and enjoyment.
Listen and watch again and answer the questions, pause and replay when you need to.
Which animals can you see?
Who taught the girl how to speak?
Who taught the girl how to eat?
Who taught the girl how to play?
Who were the ‘new animals’ the girl met in the forest?
Who took care of the girl and why didn’t she like them?
Why was the girl not happy?
Why did the girl leave her new home?
What is your favourite illustration and why?
Step 4: Add your Voice
Draw a forest scene you have visited or would like to visit.
How many plants, flowers, trees can you see where you live?
Why do you think this picturebook is called Wild?
Why do you think the girl preferred living in the forest?
Where would you prefer to live? The forest or the city? Why?
Step 5: Share and Evaluate your work
Send your work to your teacher or share in your virtual classroom.
Complete the evaluation sheet to reflect on your learning.
Need Help ? Part A: Read and complete. You can write or say your answers. You can do this on your own, in pairs or in a class discussion.
Part B: Think about how well you did. Choose and draw the smiley face that fits best.