Voluntary work and charity in people’s life in my hometown
Проект: «Voluntary Work and Charity
in People’s Life in my Hometown»
УМК «English -7»
Unit 3.”Can People Do Without You”?
Авторы: Воронина Алёна 8 класс, Ларина
Юлия 7 класс
МБОУ Сергачская СОШ №2
Нижегородская область, город Сергач
Учитель: Юрова Марина Владимировна
Voluntary Work and Charity
in People’s Life in my Hometown
Schools in our town organise a lot of
charity events. A lot of children are
involved in voluntary. Cleaning up
the nearest park or our school will
be a nice present for making our
town and our country a better
We can get life experience, can make
our contribution by planting trees
We live in a town on the river Pjana. There are a lot of lakes in our hometown but rivers and
lakes are polluted. We must keep our country tidy! A group of voluntreers helps to keep all water
clean. They pick up litter on the banks of the rivers Pjana and Sergachka, the lake “Dolgoje”and
We rake leaves and litter in the school playground and in the streets of Sergach.
Project ”Eco-problems in my hometown”
Aim: to find out what eco-problems are in my hometown and how we
can save nature.
Mum Air pollution
Dad Forests are cut down
Andrew Destroying ozone
Alex Some animals disappear
Lisa Rivers are polluted
Mum Walk instead of going by car,
plant trees and flowers, do not
use chemicals if possible
Dad Paper recycling saves a lot of
trees, parks protect nature, limit
using of wood
Andrew We must use some chemicals, we
should recycle garbage
Alex Built parks for animals, wildlife
ponds, not to disturb animals
Lisa Don’t throw away garbage, don’t
pollute water, save water
Conclusion: We have some eco-problems. They are pollution, forests are cut down,
destroying ozone, water pollution. They are dangerous for people and animals.
Pollution spoils environment and damage the Earth.
To save nature we must recycle litter, reduce energy use. Everyone can something to
October 1st is International Day for the
Elderly. We are involved in the
celebrations every year. It is a terrific
holiday to show how much we care
about our parents and elderly
relatives. It is also nice to provide
them with our support and love.
An Ideal Volunteer
This is what a volunteer should be like.
Responsible - capable of responding to any reasonable claim, able to answer reasonably for
one's conduct and obligations. Able to be trusted, reliable, trustworthy.
Responsive - able to receive and respond to external stimuli. Susceptible to the feelings of
Communicative - someone or something which tends to eagerly and effectively communicate.
Courteous - showing regard or thought for others; especially, displaying good manners or
Organized - of a person, characterised by efficient organization.
Hardy - having rugged physical strength, inured to fatigue or hardships.
So, who can be a volunteer? In my opinion, everything depends on altruistic qualities of a
person. It does not matter who you are and what you do. If you have no possibilities to do
charity work, you can do voluntary work where it is needed.
Time -Your extra time can brighten the day of a small child who needs a senior companion to
talk to. Time is one of the most important things that you bring to volunteering.
Experience - Your skills can make a world of difference to people around you. For example, if
you had teaching experience in the past, you could share those skills by teaching a child how
Wisdom - Life knowledge is a wonderful gift to bring to volunteering, being able to understand
what others are going through and being able to offer a lending hand or kind word can really
make a difference in peoples' lives.
Patience - Patience is a gift that few have, sitting with someone whom otherwise does not have
someone willing to do so, which can greatly enhance the quality of life for someone who is
isolated or ill.
Conclusion “The role of volunteering in
In my opinion, people should be involved in volunteer activities since
school. Suppose this is not a global assistance, such as simply
cleaning a park or a school yard. Children will have new friends,
new skills and desire to help others, of course, if it is not mandatory.