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Unit 10. Conservation

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Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Play a game
Earth song!
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Lesson 1:Reading
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
*New words:
- variety(n)
sự đa dạng
/və`raiəti /
=diversity
- eliminate(v)
/ɪˈlɪməˌneɪt /
= remove or get rid of
- destruction (n)
/ dis`trʌk∫n /
sự tàn phá
- constant supply:
sự cung cấp thường xuyên
- circulation (n)
/,sə:kju`lei∫n /
sự lưu thông
- run-off (v)
/`rʌn`ɔ:f/
chảy, trôi
loại trừ, loại ra
Regular exercise will improve blood circulation.
- damage (n)
/`dæmidʤ/
= harmful effect
mối nguy hại
- erosion (n)
/ i`rouʒn /
sự xói mòn
- law (n)
/lɔ:/

luật
- defence (n)
[ di`fens ]
= protection
sự bảo vệ
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
*New words:
1. variety(n)
h.sự đa dạng
2. eliminate(v)
3. destruction (n)
b.sự tàn phá
4.constant supply:
d. sự cung cấp thường xuyên
5.circulation (n)
e.sự lưu thông
6.run-off (v)
k. chảy, trôi
c. loại trừ, loại ra
7. damage (n)
a.mối nguy hại
8.erosion (n)
i.sự xói mòn
9. law (n)
f.luật
10.defence (n)
g.sự bảo vệ
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 1: Matching the word in A with a suitable definition in B
A
B
4.hydroelectric
1. eliminate
2. circulation
3. run-off
the movement of something
around a closed system
b. concerning or producing
electricity by the power of falling water

c. remove or get rid of completely
d. liquid which flows off or from
(something)
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 2:Decide whether the statements are
true (T) or false (F).
1) Each year about fifty hundred species of plants and animals are eliminated
2) Many kinds of plants could be used to treat various dangerous diseases: cancer, AIDS,…
3) Water can be held on land by vegetation
4)Man is constantly doing harm to the environment
5)Plants may cause floods and erosion.
6) We can do nothing to save the earth.
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 2. Decide whether the statements are
true (T) or false (F).
1) Each year about fifty hundred species of plants and animals are eliminated
2) Many kinds of plants could be used to treat various dangerous diseases: cancer, AIDS,…
A. The loss of forest is destroying the earth’s
plant and animal variety. Scientists say about 5,000
species of plants and animals are eliminated each year.
This is especially worrying as many of those plants
and animals could be used as medicines against cancer,
AIDS, heart disease and other many sicknesses. We
may never know the true cost of this destruction.
T
T
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 2. Decide whether the statements are
true (T) or false (F).
3) Water can be held on land by vegetation
B. Man and most animals need a constant supply of water
to live. Farmers need water for their crops. Hydroelectric
dams hold back needed water and provide power for
homes and industries. Trees, grasses, and other plant
life play an important part in the natural circulation of
water, and thus help conserve it. Without plants, most
water will run off as soon as it falls, taking away
valuable soil. Rapid run-off would cause frequent
floods and leave little water during dry seasons.
T
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 2. Decide whether the statements are
true (T) or false (F).
4)Man is constantly doing harm to the environment
C. These days it is impossible to open a newspaper
without reading about the damage we are doing to our
environment. The earth is being threatened and the future
looks bad. What can each of us do? We cannot clean up
our polluted rivers and seas overnight. Nor can we stop
the disappearance of plants and animals. But we can stop
worsening the problem while scientists search for
answers, and laws are passed in nature’s defence.
T
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 2. Decide whether the statements are
true (T) or false (F).
5) Plans may causes floods and erosion.
B. Man and most animals need a constant supply of water
to live. Farmers need water for their crops. Hydroelectric
dams hold back needed water and provide power for
homes and industries. Trees, grasses, and other plant
life play an important part in the natural circulation of
water, and thus help conserve it. Without plants, most
water will run off as soon as it falls, taking away
valuable soil. Rapid run-off would cause frequent
floods and leave little water during dry seasons.
F
 Without plants, most water would run off as it falls.
Rapid run-off would causes floods
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 2. Decide whether the statements are
true (T) or false (F).
6) We can do nothing to save the earth.
C. These days it is impossible to open a newspaper
without reading about the damage we are doing to our
environment. The earth is being threatened and the future
looks bad. What can each of us do? We cannot clean up
our polluted rivers and seas overnight. Nor can we stop
the disappearance of plants and animals. But we can stop
worsening the problem while scientists search for
answers, and laws are passed in nature’s defence.
F
 We can stop worsing the problem while scientists
search for answers, and laws are passed in nature’s
defense
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 3:Choose the most suitable main idea for each paragraph.
1. We cannot live without water.
2. Let’s do something to save the earth.
3. Forest give us a lot of valuable things.
4. Vegetation can help conserve water.
A. The loss of forest is destroying the earth’s
plant and animal variety. Scientists say about 5,000
species of plants and animals are eliminated each year.
This is especially worrying as many of those plants
and animals could be used as medicines against cancer,
AIDS, heart disease and other many sicknesses. We
may never know the true cost of this destruction.
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 3:Choose the most suitable main idea for each paragraph.
1. We cannot live without water.
2. Let’s do something to save the earth.
4. Vegetation can help conserve water.
B. Man and most animals need a constant supply of water
to live. Farmers need water for their crops. Hydroelectric
dams hold back needed water and provide power for
homes and industries. Trees, grasses, and other plant
life play an important part in the natural circulation of
water, and thus help conserve it. Without plants, most
water will run off as soon as it falls, taking away
valuable soil. Rapid run-off would cause frequent
floods and leave little water during dry seasons.
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
Task 3:Choose the most suitable main idea for each paragraph.
1. We cannot live without water.
2. Let’s do something to save the earth.
C. These days it is impossible to open a newspaper
without reading about the damage we are doing to our
environment. The earth is being threatened and the future
looks bad. What can each of us do? We cannot clean up
our polluted rivers and seas overnight. Nor can we stop
the disappearance of plants and animals. But we can stop
worsening the problem while scientists search for
answers, and laws are passed in nature’s defence.
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
After you read
1) What is the consequence of losing forest?
It is destroying earth’s plant and animals variety.
Suggested answers:
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
After you read
2) How important is water in our life?
3) What should we do for the future of
our planet?
Unit 10:
CONSERVATION
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
Reading
I.Before you read
1. Warm up
2. New words:
3. Checking:
II.While you read
1. Task 1
2. Task 2
3. Task 2
III. After you read
IV. Homework
* Homework:
- Learn by heart all the new words.
- Do the exercises in the workbook.
- Prepare the next lesson (Unit 10- Speaking)
+ New words
+ Grammar
 
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