Living Green Lesson #5  Review!
Green Materials. <ul><li>Some builders have been reusing old materials just as they are but in new, creative ways. </li></...
Green Materials. <ul><li>For example, in Anthony, New Mexico, volunteers built a women’s Cultural Center using old tires p...
The Future Looks Green Indeed <ul><li>Currently, only a small number of buildings have green features. But many cities hav...
The Future Looks Green Indeed <ul><li>to use green technologies and materials, so the number of green buildings is on the ...
The Future Looks Green Indeed <ul><li>Slowly but surely, the buildings where we study, sleep, and work are becoming health...
Comprehension Question <ul><li>What other ideas can be  </li></ul><ul><li>used for green buildings? (p224)  </li></ul><ul>...
Vocabulary <ul><li>Pack:   To fill up with items. </li></ul><ul><li>Volunteers built a Women’s Cultural Center using old t...
There are many kinds of “pack” or “packed”. Which is the correct one for us? A B C D
Vocabulary <ul><li>Dirt:   Earth or Soil. </li></ul><ul><li>Volunteers built a Women’s Cultural Center using old tires pac...
Vocabulary <ul><li>Indeed:   Without a doubt. </li></ul><ul><li>The Future Looks Green  Indeed </li></ul><ul><li>(Sub Head...
Vocabulary <ul><li>Currently:   At the moment, now. </li></ul><ul><li>Currently   only a small number of buildings have gr...
Vocabulary <ul><li>On the rise:   Increasing. </li></ul><ul><li>The number of green buildings is  on the rise . </li></ul>...
Lesson's 1-5  REVIEW YEAH
Review Quiz Lesson’s One to Five 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 Lesson Five Lesson Four Lesson Three Lesson Two L...
What was the title of the lesson on page 220 called?  (2pts) Building __________ Green
What is the goal of sustainable development?  (3pts) <ul><li>The goal of sustainable development is to balance the needs o...
What are they?  (6pts) <ul><li>These environmentally friendly schools, homes, and offices are designed to save energy and ...
We want to study something in detail. We need to ?  (5pts) a) Take a closer inspection. c) Take a closer look. e) Take a c...
In which city of America will you find Oberlin College?   (2pts) Ohio
Solar cells convert sunlight into electricity. Where does the sunlight come from?  (3pts) The SUN
Balance  You can use your books 5pts
Please tell me the names of these 6 &quot;converted&quot; animals.
What does the word “Entire” mean?  (2pts) a) Whole or not broken. c) Broken but whole. e) Broken or not whole. d) The whol...
Match the sentence with the subject!  (3pts) Blocking the sun's heat  in summer, and retaining heat in winter. 2) A specia...
There are two things on the roof of Calhoun School in New York. What are they?  (5pts) You can use your books Thick Grass ...
Mystery  Doors A B C
Change with  another team!
-5 points
+5 points
A new library in California collects its rainfall in a ?  (6pts) You can use your books Giant underground  tank
What is Bamboo?   (2pts) <ul><li>Bamboo is a kind of grass </li></ul>
Name these three materials that can be used in Green buildings.   (3pts) 2) N______________. 1) B____________. 3) G_______...
What percentage of cut wood is being used in buildings?   (5pts) a) 20% c) 28% e) 30% d) 25%
In Lesson 4, I showed you four objects. Which one was not recyclable?  (6pts)
What were two ideas for “Green Buildings” suggested by our class today?   (2pts)
What did builders use in New Mexico to build the Woman’s center?  (3pts) a) Dirt packed with tires? c) Dirt packing tires....
What is on the rise?   (5pts) a) Tires packed with dirt? c) Green buildings. e) The Sun. d) Recycling CD's.
Which is one of the most famous Environmental group in the world?  (6pts) b) Green Peace. d) UNESCO. c) W.W.A
E D C B A
5 Points!
 
Bad Luck Try Again
3 Points!
7 Points!
Double BOMB!!
Sing  &quot;We Wish you a Merry  Christmas&quot; for 10 points
 
 
 
Mystery  Doors A B C
Change with  another team!
-5 points
+5 points
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Living green lesson #5

  1. 1. Living Green Lesson #5 Review!
  2. 2. Green Materials. <ul><li>Some builders have been reusing old materials just as they are but in new, creative ways. </li></ul>p224
  3. 3. Green Materials. <ul><li>For example, in Anthony, New Mexico, volunteers built a women’s Cultural Center using old tires packed with dirt. </li></ul>p224
  4. 4. The Future Looks Green Indeed <ul><li>Currently, only a small number of buildings have green features. But many cities have begun encouraging builders </li></ul>p224
  5. 5. The Future Looks Green Indeed <ul><li>to use green technologies and materials, so the number of green buildings is on the rise. </li></ul>p224
  6. 6. The Future Looks Green Indeed <ul><li>Slowly but surely, the buildings where we study, sleep, and work are becoming healthier and greener. </li></ul>p224
  7. 7. Comprehension Question <ul><li>What other ideas can be </li></ul><ul><li>used for green buildings? (p224) </li></ul><ul><li>Each idea earns two </li></ul><ul><li>points for your team! </li></ul>
  8. 8. Vocabulary <ul><li>Pack: To fill up with items. </li></ul><ul><li>Volunteers built a Women’s Cultural Center using old tires pack ed with dirt. (p224) </li></ul>
  9. 9. There are many kinds of “pack” or “packed”. Which is the correct one for us? A B C D
  10. 10. Vocabulary <ul><li>Dirt: Earth or Soil. </li></ul><ul><li>Volunteers built a Women’s Cultural Center using old tires packed with dirt . (p224) </li></ul>
  11. 11. Vocabulary <ul><li>Indeed: Without a doubt. </li></ul><ul><li>The Future Looks Green Indeed </li></ul><ul><li>(Sub Heading) (p224) </li></ul>
  12. 12. Vocabulary <ul><li>Currently: At the moment, now. </li></ul><ul><li>Currently only a small number of buildings have green features. </li></ul><ul><li>(p224) </li></ul>
  13. 13. Vocabulary <ul><li>On the rise: Increasing. </li></ul><ul><li>The number of green buildings is on the rise . </li></ul><ul><li>(p224) </li></ul>
  14. 14. Lesson's 1-5 REVIEW YEAH
  15. 15. Review Quiz Lesson’s One to Five 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 Lesson Five Lesson Four Lesson Three Lesson Two Lesson One
  16. 16. What was the title of the lesson on page 220 called? (2pts) Building __________ Green
  17. 17. What is the goal of sustainable development? (3pts) <ul><li>The goal of sustainable development is to balance the needs of people with the protection of nature. </li></ul>
  18. 18. What are they? (6pts) <ul><li>These environmentally friendly schools, homes, and offices are designed to save energy and water, and make use of materials that do not damage the environment. </li></ul>Green Buildings
  19. 19. We want to study something in detail. We need to ? (5pts) a) Take a closer inspection. c) Take a closer look. e) Take a closer look on it. d) Take a look closer.
  20. 20. In which city of America will you find Oberlin College? (2pts) Ohio
  21. 21. Solar cells convert sunlight into electricity. Where does the sunlight come from? (3pts) The SUN
  22. 22. Balance You can use your books 5pts
  23. 23. Please tell me the names of these 6 &quot;converted&quot; animals.
  24. 24. What does the word “Entire” mean? (2pts) a) Whole or not broken. c) Broken but whole. e) Broken or not whole. d) The whole is broken.
  25. 25. Match the sentence with the subject! (3pts) Blocking the sun's heat in summer, and retaining heat in winter. 2) A special drainage system. 1) Solar cells on the roof. 3) Light sensors. 4) A rooftop garden.
  26. 26. There are two things on the roof of Calhoun School in New York. What are they? (5pts) You can use your books Thick Grass Flowers
  27. 27. Mystery Doors A B C
  28. 28. Change with another team!
  29. 29. -5 points
  30. 30. +5 points
  31. 31. A new library in California collects its rainfall in a ? (6pts) You can use your books Giant underground tank
  32. 32. What is Bamboo? (2pts) <ul><li>Bamboo is a kind of grass </li></ul>
  33. 33. Name these three materials that can be used in Green buildings. (3pts) 2) N______________. 1) B____________. 3) G_____________. amboo ewspaper lass
  34. 34. What percentage of cut wood is being used in buildings? (5pts) a) 20% c) 28% e) 30% d) 25%
  35. 35. In Lesson 4, I showed you four objects. Which one was not recyclable? (6pts)
  36. 36. What were two ideas for “Green Buildings” suggested by our class today? (2pts)
  37. 37. What did builders use in New Mexico to build the Woman’s center? (3pts) a) Dirt packed with tires? c) Dirt packing tires. e) Tires packed with dirt. d) Tire packing dirt.
  38. 38. What is on the rise? (5pts) a) Tires packed with dirt? c) Green buildings. e) The Sun. d) Recycling CD's.
  39. 39. Which is one of the most famous Environmental group in the world? (6pts) b) Green Peace. d) UNESCO. c) W.W.A
  40. 40. E D C B A
  41. 41. 5 Points!
  42. 43. Bad Luck Try Again
  43. 44. 3 Points!
  44. 45. 7 Points!
  45. 46. Double BOMB!!
  46. 47. Sing &quot;We Wish you a Merry Christmas&quot; for 10 points
  47. 51. Mystery Doors A B C
  48. 52. Change with another team!
  49. 53. -5 points
  50. 54. +5 points

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