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    • SPELLING B
    • SPELLING B ???? ???? ???? HARD 5pts MIDDLE 3pts EASY 2 pts
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    • For three points!
    • Living Green Lesson #4
    • Green Materials.
      • Trees are being cut down for wood faster than they cam grow, and 25% of all this wood is used in buildings.
      p223
    • Green Materials.
      • So to save forests, some green builders now use bamboo for floors instead of wood.
      p223
    • Green Materials.
      • Although Bamboo looks like wood, it’s actually a grass, not a tree, and it grows 20 times faster than most trees.
      p223
    • Green Materials.
      • So after the bamboo is cut, it quickly grows back again.
      p223
    • Green Materials.
      • Clearly, the more people use bamboo in building, the better our chances of saving the world’s forests are.
      p223
    • Green Materials.
      • Many other parts of buildings can be made of recycled materials.
      p223
    • Green Materials.
      • At the Chicago Center for Green Technology, the ceiling tiles are made of newspaper.
      p223
    • Green Materials.
      • In the bathrooms, the floors are made if recycled glass, and the walls between the toilets are made of recycled plastic milk containers.
      p223
    • Comprehension Questions
      • What kind of green materials can be
      • used for green buildings? (p223)
      • Bamboo, newspaper, glass,
      • and plastic milk containers can be used for green buildings.
    • Vocabulary
      • Bamboo: A tropical tree like grass.
      • So to save forests, some green builders now use bamboo for floors instead of wood (p223)
    • Which item is NOT made from Bamboo? B A C D
    • Vocabulary
      • Recycled: A used object, used again.
      • Many other parts of buildings can be made of recycled materials. (p223)
    • Which item has NOT been Recycled? B A C D
    • Vocabulary
      • Ceiling:   the overhead inside lining of a room.
      • At the Chicago Center for Green Technology, the ceiling tiles are made of newspaper. (p223)
    • Here are some famous ceilings from around the world! Sistine Ceiling Vatican Sant Ignazio Ceiling Rome Kings College Chapel London St Peter's Dome Vatican
    • Vocabulary
      • Container:   Something for holding goods.
      • The walls between the toilets are made of recycled plastic milk containers . (p223)
    • Vocabulary
      • Instead of: In place of.
      • To save some forests, some green builders now use bamboo for floors instead of wood. (p223)
    • Vocabulary
      • Meet demand: To supply.
      • There isn’t enough fresh water to meet demand . (Top of p223)