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    • REMEMBER & NAME THESE PICTURES:
    • REMEMBER & NAME THESE PICTURES: Tiger Lion Panda Elephant Bear
    • Discussion:1/ Where do these wild animals live?2/ Have the numbers of these wild animalsbecome larger?3/ Why have they become smaller?4/ What makes them become smaller?
    • Unit 10:NATURE IN DANGER Section A: Reading
    • PRE -READING
    • Unit 10: Nature in danger Reading. Vocabulary:1/ pollutant (n) smoke2/ extinct (adj)3/ endangered (adj) in danger of becoming dinosaurs extinct Exhaust fumes4/ interference (n)5/ decrease (v) ≠ increase (v)6/ prohibit (v) = ban (v) They are extinct Chemical waste
    • Unit 10: Nature in danger Reading. Vocabulary: 1/ pollutant (n): chất làm ô nhiễm 2/ extinct (adj): tuyệt chủng 3/ endangered (adj): có nguy cơ tuyệt chủng 4/ interference (n): sự can thiệp 5/ decrease (v): giảm 6/ prohibit (v): cấm
    • Unit 10: Nature in dangerReading. Fill in each blank with a word above: pollutants decreasing protect interference extinct endangered extinct1- Dinosaurs became………………millions of years ago. protect2- She tried to……………..herself from the wind. decreasing3- This species of bird is………………..in numbers every year. pollutants4- The chemical………………..from cars and factories make the air, water and soil dangerously dirty. endangered5- The blue whale is a(an)………………….species. interference6- Because of the………………….of human beings, many animals have become extinct.
    • WHILE -READING
    • READ THE PASSAGE, ANDTHEN DO THE TAST THAT FOLLOW
    • Unit 10: Nature in danger Reading. Task 1: True or false statements: 1/ The human race and many other species T exist on this planet. 2/ Human beings are changing the environment F by destroying forests for agriculture. 3/ The number of rare animals are decreasing T so rapidly that they are endangered. 4/ To make sure that these rare animals do not disappear, the scientists have set up thousands F of national parks all over the world. 5/ Many species will survive and produce offspring because of people’s interference. F
    • 2 3Lucky 1number Question 1 Question 2Lucky Lucky 4number 5 number 6 Question 3
    • Unit 10: Nature in danger Reading. Task 2: Answer the questions:1. What are the four ways by which human beings are changing the world? Four ways that people change the world are: - They are changing the environment by building cities and villages. - They are affecting the water supply by using water for industry and agriculture. - They are changing weather conditions by cutting down trees in the forests. - They are destroying the air by adding pollutants like smoke from factories and fumes from cars.2. What are the serious consequences of people’s interference with the environment? The serious consequences of people’s interference with the environment are: - Many kinds of rare animals are killed. - The environment where these animals are living is badly destroyed. - The numbers of rare animals are decreasing so rapidly that they are in danger of becoming extinct.3. What has been done to protect the environment? Many things have been done to protect the endangered nature, such as: - Many organizations have been set up and money has been raised to save rare animals. - Thousands of national parks have been established. - Laws have been passed to prohibit killing endangered animals.
    • Task 3: Circle A, B, C or D that best sums up each paragraph. 1. Paragraph 1 A. Human beings need to grow food. B. Human beings pollute the environment C. Human beings interfere with nature. D. People should stop living in cities and villages. 2. Paragraph 2 A. Many animals are disappearing. B. Human beings are responsible for the changes in the environment. C. People are in danger of becoming extinct. D. The human race is also an endangered species. 3. Paragraph 3 A. Human beings have made efforts to protect the environment. B. Scientists have made a long list of endangered species. C. People should be kept away from animals and plants. D. Rare animals do not disappear. 4. Paragraph 4 A. The survival of endangered species. B. The Earth – a happy planet. C. Conditions for a peaceful co-existence. D. People’s interference with the environment.
    • Circle A, B, C or D that best sums up each paragraph. 1. Paragraph 1 A. Human beings need to grow food. B. Human beings pollute the environment C. Human beings interfere with nature. D. People should stop living in cities and villages. 2. Paragraph 2 A. Many animals are disappearing. B. Human beings are responsible for the changes in the environment.The human are in is onlyof becoming species in the living world. C. People race danger one small extinct.ManyThe human race exist on endangered species. D. other species is also an this planet. However, humanbeings have 3 great influence on the rest of the world. They are 3. Paragraph a A. Human beings have made efforts to protect the environment.changing the environment bylist of endangered species. B. Scientists have made a long building cities and villages whereforests onceshould be kept awayaffecting the and plants. C. People stood. They are from animals water supply by using D. for animals do not agriculture. They are changing weatherwaterRare industry and disappear.conditions by cutting down trees in the forests. And they are 4. Paragraph 4destroying the air by adding pollutants to it. A. The survival of endangered species. B. The Earth – a happy planet. C. Conditions for a peaceful co-existence. D. People’s interference with the environment.
    • Circle A, B, C or D that best sums up each paragraph.1. Paragraph 1 A. Human beings need to grow food. B. Human beings pollute the environment C. Human beings interfere with nature. D. People should stop living in cities and villages.2. Paragraph 2 A. Many animals are disappearing. B. Human beings are responsible for the changes in the environment. C. People are in danger of becoming extinct. D. The human race is also an endangered species.3. Paragraph 3 It A. Human beings have made beingsto protect the environment. can be said that human efforts are changing the environmenthave made a long list of endangered species. and by environment in all respects through their actions B. Scientists in all respects their habits. This has resulted in animals and plants. C. People should be kept away from two serious consequences. The Rare animals do not disappear. rare animals are killed. The D. first is that many kinds of4. Paragraph 4 second is that the endangered species. A. The survival of environment where these animals are living is Earth – destroyed. As a result, the number of rare B. The badly a happy planet. animals is decreasing so rapidly that they are in danger of C. Conditions for a peaceful co-existence. becoming extinct. D. People’s interference with the environment.
    • Task order to make sureor D these best sums updo not paragraph. In 2. Circle A, B, C that that rare animals each disappear, 1. Paragraph been made to protect the environment in which they efforts have 1 live. Scientists have made grow of endangered species and A. Human beings need to lists food. suggested ways to save them.environment B. Human beings pollute the Many organizations have been set upC. Human beings interfere with Thousands of national parks all and funds have been raised. nature. over People should stop living in cities and villages. endangered D. the world have been established to protect 2. Paragraph 2 have been introduced to prohibit the killing of animals. Laws A. Many animals are disappearing. endangered animals and the destruction of the environments where they are living. responsible for the changes in the environment. B. Human beings are C. People are in danger of becoming extinct. D. The human race is also an endangered species. 3. Paragraph 3 A. Human beings have made efforts to protect the environment. B. Scientists have made a long list of endangered species. C. People should be kept away from animals and plants. D. Rare animals do not disappear. 4. Paragraph 4 A. The survival of endangered species. B. The Earth – a happy planet. C. Conditions for a peaceful co-existence. D. People’s interference with the environment.
    • Circle A, B, C or D that best sums up each paragraph.1. Paragraph 1 A. Human beings need to grow food. B. Human beings pollute the environment C. Human beings interfere with nature. D. People should stop living in cities and villages.2. Paragraph 2 If people’s interference with the environment A. Many animals are disappearing. decreases more species will survive and decreases, B. Human beings are responsible for the changes in the environment. C. People are in danger of becoming extinct. a happy produce offering. The Earth will be D. The human race is also an beings, animals and plants planet where human endangered species. peacefully co-exist.3. Paragraph 3 A. Human beings have made efforts to protect the environment. B. Scientists have made a long list of endangered species. C. People should be kept away from animals and plants. D. Rare animals do not disappear.4. Paragraph 4 A. The survival of endangered species. B. The Earth – a happy planet. C. Conditions for a peaceful co-existence. D. People’s interference with the environment.
    • Circle A, B, C or D that best sums up each paragraph.1. Paragraph 1 A. Human beings need to grow food. B. Human beings pollute the environment C. Human beings interfere with nature. D. People should stop living in cities and villages.2. Paragraph 2 A. Many animals are disappearing. B. Human beings are responsible for the changes in the environment. C. People are in danger of becoming extinct. D. The human race is also an endangered species.3. Paragraph 3 A. Human beings have made efforts to protect the environment. B. Scientists have made a long list of endangered species. C. People should be kept away from animals and plants. D. Rare animals do not disappear.4. Paragraph 4 A. The survival of endangered species. B. The Earth – a happy planet. C. Conditions for a peaceful co-existence. D. People’s interference with the environment.
    • Work in groups:Find out why some animals become extinct.
    • A B
    • -People kill animals for fur, skinand food.- People keep animals as pets.- People hunt or capture animalsfor recreation or entertainment.
    • People are destroying thenatural environment:- by cutting down trees in theforests- by adding chemical pollutantsPeople’s interference with theenvironment cause manynatural disasters: flood, forestfire, ….
    • HOMEWORK:1. Learn vocabulary by heart2. Write the reasons that youhave just discussed
    • Thank you foryour attention !!!
    • 1 3 Lucky Question 1 Question 2 number1. What are the four ways by which human beings are changing the world? Lucky Lucky 4 5 Four ways that people change the world are: - They are changing number number 6 Question 3 the environment by building cities and villages. - They are affecting the water supply by using water for industry and agriculture. - They are changing weather conditions by cutting down trees in the forests. - They are destroying the air by adding pollutants like smoke from factories and fumes from cars.
    • 1 2 Lucky Question 1 Question 2 numberLucky Lucky 4number 5 number 62. What are the serious consequences of people’s Question 3interference with the environment?The serious consequences of people’s interferencewith the environment are:- Many kinds of rare animals are killed.- The environment where these animals are living isbadly destroyed.- The numbers of rare animals are decreasing sorapidly that they are in danger of becoming extinct.
    • 1 2 3 Lucky Question 1 Question 2 number Lucky Lucky 4 number 5 number Question 33. What has been done to protect the environment? Many things have been done to protect the endangered nature, such as: - Many organizations have been set up and money has been raised to save rare animals. - Thousands of national parks have been established. - Laws have been passed to prohibit killing endangered animals.
    • 2Luckynumber Question 1 3 Question 2Lucky Lucky 4number 5 number 6 Question 3