Title: Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Author: Bill Martin
Illustrator: Eric Carle
Ressource Type: book
Themes: animals, colours,interrogative form
Age range: 4 – 8 years
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? is a classic of children’s literature. Bill Martin’s rhythmic text speaks directly to young children, and Eric Carle’s gorgeous illustrations hold children enraptured reading after reading. It is a children’s picture book in which a series of animals including a brown bear, a red bird, a white dog, a yellow duck and a teacher all cross the pages, introducing each other as they go.
Culture and Vocabulary:
- animals: bear, bird, duck, horse, frog, cat, dog, sheep, goldfish
- colours: brown, red, yellow, blue, green, purple, white, black, gold
- What do you see?
- I see a + adjective + animal + looking at me.
- position of adjectives (before a noun in English)
- subject and object pronouns: we/us ; I / me
- irregular plural nouns: child/children
- [ i ] and [i: ] (goldfish/green/sheep)
- falling intonation on a question that does not have a yes or no answer (What do you see?).
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