Tieng Anh 12 - Unit 10 - Speaking

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Tieng Anh 12 - Unit 10 - Speaking

  1. 1. Unit 10: Endangered Species B. SPEAKING Page 109 • Asking and answering questions about endangered animals. • Talking about the information of some endangered animals.
  2. 2. I. PRE – SPEAKING1. Have you ever seen a tiger or an elephant?2. Where did you see them?3. Why do we call them endangered animals?4. What should we do to protect and save them?
  3. 3. II. WHILE – SPEAKING Task 1. Work in pairs. Ask and answer the following questions. 1. What do you call Gấu Trúc, Tê Giác, Hổ, Voi in English? Rhinoceros /raɪˈnɒsǝrǝs/ Panda /ˈpændǝ/ Tiger /ˈtaɪgǝʳ/ Elephant /ˈelɪfǝnt/
  4. 4. 2. In which sort of habitats can you find each of these animals? ↪ Each of them lives in the forest.
  5. 5. 3. Which of these animals can be kept as a pet or used for food or medicine?↪ Pandas can be kept as a pet, rhinoceroses and tigers can be used for medicine and elephants can be used for food. Rhino horn 4. Which of them is/are endangered? ↪ All of them are endangered.
  6. 6.  Task 2. Work in pairs. Look at the information about the giant panda, tiger, rhino and elephant, which are endangered animals. Ask and answer question about them. Habitat: Bamboo forests in mountains in Example: central and western China. A: Where do giant pandas live? Population: Only about 600 B: In bamboo forests in the Height: 1,2 to 1,5m mountains in central and western Weight: 75 to 160 kg China. Food: Bamboo A: What is the population of Life span : About 20 to pandas in the world? 30 years B: Only about 600. Reason for decline: A: Why are they classified as Habitat destruction endangered species? and illegal trading. B: Because of habitat destruction and illegal trading.
  7. 7. Some pictures about giant panda’s habitat.
  8. 8.  Task 2. Work in pairs. Look at the information about the giant panda, tiger, rhino and elephant, which are endangered animals. Ask and answer question about them. Habitat: Grasslands, tropical and subtropical forests in Africa and southern Asia. Population: About 17,000 Height: 1.2 to 1.8m Weight: 1,000 to 3,000kg Food: grass and plants Life span: About 40 years Reason for decline: Habitat destruction and illegal hunting.
  9. 9. Some pictures about rhinoceros’s habitat.
  10. 10.  Task 2. Work in pairs. Look at the information about the giant panda, tiger, rhino and elephant, which are endangered animals. Ask and answer question about them. Habitat: forest, grasslands and swamps in Siberia, Southeast Asia and Southeast Asia and Southern India. Population: Only about 6,000 Height: 1.4 to 2.8m Weight: 65 to 300 kg Food: Deer, buffalo, etc… Life span: About 15 to 17 years Reason for decline: habitat destruction and illegal trading.
  11. 11. Some pictures about tiger’s habitat.
  12. 12.  Task 2. Work in pairs. Look at the information about the giant panda, tiger, rhino and elephant, which are endangered animals. Ask and answer question about them. Habitat: Small areas of India, Sri Lanka, China, and Southeast Asia, and the Sahara desert in Africa. Population: About 700,000 Height: 3 to 4 m Weight: 5,000 to 7,000 kg Food: Grass, bark, root, leaves and fruit Life span: About 60 years Reason for decline: Habitat destruction and illegal hunting.
  13. 13. Some pictures about elephant’s habitat. Africanelephant Asian elephant
  14. 14.  Task 3. Work in group. Take turns to give an oral report on the animals mentioned in Task 2. Choose a animal you want to give an oral report:
  15. 15. Giant pandaHabitat: Bamboo forests in mountains incentral and western China.Population: Only about 600Height: 1,2 to 1,5mWeight: 75 to 160 kgFood: BambooLife span : About 20 to30 yearsReason for decline:Habitat destructionand illegal trading.
  16. 16. RhinocerosHabitat: Grasslands, tropical and subtropical forests in Africaand southern Asia.Population: About 17,000Height: 1.2 to 1.8mWeight: 1,000 to 3,000kgFood: grass and plantsLife span: About 40 yearsReason for decline: Habitatdestruction and illegalhunting.
  17. 17. TigerHabitat: forest, grasslands and swampsin Siberia, Southeast Asia andSoutheast Asia and SouthernIndia.Population: Only about 6,000Height: 1.4 to 2.8mWeight: 65 to 300 kgFood: Deer, buffalo, etc…Life span: About 15 to 17 yearsReason for decline: habitat destruction and illegal trading.
  18. 18. ElephantHabitat: Small areas of India,Sri Lanka, China, and SoutheastAsia, and the Sahara desertin Africa.Population: About 700,000Height: 3 to 4 mWeight: 5,000 to 7,000 kgFood: Grass, bark, root, leavesand fruitLife span: About 60 yearsReason for decline: Habitat destruction and illegal hunting.
  19. 19. Thanks for your attentio Group 1

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