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  • Chào mừng quý vị đến với Thư viện Bài giảng điện tử.

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    Unit 12. An Overcrowded World. Lesson 5. Skills 1

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    GOOD MORNING
    EVERYONE !!!
    Unit 12: An overcrowded world
    Lesson 5: Skills 1
    1. Look at the list of cities below. Which do you think has the largest population? Share your ideas with your partner.
    London Jakarta
    Tokyo Shanghai Manila
    Example:
    A: I think London is number one, isn’t it?
    B: I don’t think so. I think Shanghai is the biggest.
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    Jakarta: 661,52 km²
    London: 1577,3 km² 
    Tokyo: 2,190,90 km2
    Shanghai: 6,340,5 km2
    Manila: 38,55 km2 
    London
    Jarkata
    Tokyo
    Manila
    Beijing
    Washington,D.C.
    Mexico City
    Bangkok
    Paris
    Berlin
    Seoul
    Japan
    England
    China
    Indonesia
    Philippines
    The USA
    Germany
    France
    Korea
    Thailand
    Mexico
    Kuala Lumpur
    Moskva
    Malaysia
    Russia
    Game
    3. Read the passage again. Choose the correct heading for each paragragh.
    The rise of megacities!
    1. _____________________________________
    Chances are, you are reading this article in a big city. Population growth is far faster than ever before and that is especially true in cities like Tokyo and Shanghai.
    2. _____________________________________
    People from the countryside move to cities to find work and a better standard of living. These cities are so large they have been named megacities. The largest is Tokyo, followed by Shanghai, Jakarta, and Manila. Some way behind is London, with a relatively small 15 million people.
    _____________________________________
    However, life in cities is not always better. Homelessness is a big problem. When people do have homes, they are often in slums where disease and poor healthcare are problems.
    _____________________________________
    Problems affect richer people too. Traffic blocks roads for hours in cities like Bangkok and Mexico City. Air pollution is so bad in some cities that people do not want to go out.
    Issues for everyone
    Population explosion
    Problems for the poor
    Which are the biggest?
    4. Read the passage again and choose the best answer A, B, or C.
    The world’s population is __________.
    A. growing slowly
    B. staying the same
    C. growing quickly
    Tokyo has __________ people.
    A. below 15 million
    B. around 15 million
    C. much more than 15 million
    Problems in big cities affect __________.
    A. poor people
    B. people who live in slums
    C. everyone
    Some problem that poor people face in cities include __________.
    A. traffic and air pollution
    B. healthy problems and stress
    C. having no home or living in slums
    When air pollution is bad, people __________.
    A. only go out at night
    B. don’t go out
    C. move to smaller cities
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    5. Work in groups. Look at the places below and discuss some possible disadvantages that people using them may have.
    an overcrowded school
    an overcrowded bus
    an overcrowded block of flats
    * These verbs and expressions can help.
    - One disadvantage of ... is ...
    - It’s difficult to ...
    - It will be ...
    Share your ideas with the class
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