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UNIT 6: GLOBAL WARMING

LESSON 1: GETTING STARTED
Watch the video bellow to better learn about Global warming

Warm-up
greenhouse gar
climate change
emission
carbon footprint
global warming
infectious diseases
ecological balance
heat-related illness
Vocabulary
1.globe (n) : /gləʊb/  toàn cầu
global (a) /`gləʊbl/
2. emit (v)  /i`mit/  tỏa ra ,phát ra
emission (n) /i`mi∫n/
3 .fertiliser (n) /`fɜ:təlaizə[r]/ phân hóa học
fertile (a) /`fɜ:tail/ màu mỡ
fertilize (v) /`fɜ:təlaiz/ làm cho màu mỡ
4 .deforestation (n) /di:fɒri`stei∫n/ sự tàn phá rừng
5 .infectious (a) /in`fek∫əs/ : lây nhiễm
6. in general : nhìn chung, nói chung # in particular : nói riêng
7. ecological (a) /ˌiːkəˈlɒdʒɪkəl/ hệ sinh thái
8. come up with (vp) tìm ra, đưa ra
9. point out (vp) đề cập tới

1. Ms Hoa, an English teacher, is helping a group of student in her class to prepare for their presentation. Listen and read


Ms Hoa: Now, Group 2, how are your preparations going? Is your topic global warming?
Lan: Yes, it is. We`ve already decided on the main points to talk about and agreed on the presentation outline. Having planned the content, we`re now looking for supporting information.
Ms Hoa: Sounds good.
Minh: First, we`ll talk about causes such as greenhouse gas emissions from factories and vehicles.
Mai: There are also other causes, like the use of chemical fertilisers and deforestation. Global warming is man-made!
Minh: Man-made?
Ms Hoa: That`s right. in the past, a lot of industries denied having contributed to global warming, but nowadays most people admit we are all responsible.
Minh: I see. Then we`ll focus on the effects of global warming on people`s health and life on Earth in general.
Mai: Yes. Having treated the environment irresponsibly, humans now have to suffer the effects of global warming. Do you agree, Lan?
Lan: Yes. Global warming leads to climate change, allowing for some infectious diseases to spread more easily. We should also make it clear how global warming contributes to heat-related illnesses and death.
Mai: It also has severe impact on water supplies, threatens food production and upsets ecological balance.
Ms Hoa: These are all excellent points. Have you come up with any solutions?
Lan: Yes. Ms Hoa. We`ll point out how people can change their daily habits to reduce their carbon footprint.
Ms Hoa: That`s great. Now, go through all your points again and decide who in your group will present each part.
Lan, Minh, and Mai: Thanks for your help, Ms Hoa.  
2. Answer the questions.
What is the topic of Lan ,Mai and Minh‘s presentation ?
How many main parts do they intend to include in their presentation ? What are they ?
What causes of global warming are mentioned in the conversation ?
What effects of global warming do they talk about ?
According to Lan , what do people need to change to reduce their carbon footprint ?
Can you add some more causes and effects of global warming besides those mentioned in the conversation ?
1. What is the topic of Lan , Mai and Minh ‘s presentation ?
It is global warming
Ms Hoa: Now, Group 2, how are your preparations going? Is your topic global warming?
Lan: Yes, it is. We`ve already decided on the main points to talk about and agreed on the presentation outline. Having planned the content, we`re now looking for supporting information.
Ms Hoa: Sounds good.
Minh: First, we`ll talk about causes such as greenhouse gas emissions from factories and vehicles.
Mai: There are also other causes, like the use of chemical fertilisers and deforestation. Global warming is man-made!
Minh: Man-made?
Ms Hoa: That`s right. in the past, a lot of industries denied having contributed to global warming, but nowadays most people admit we are all responsible.
Minh: I see. Then we`ll focus on the effects of global warming on people`s health and life on Earth in general.
Mai: Yes. Having treated the environment irresponsibly, humans now have to suffer the effects of global warming. Do you agree, Lan?
Lan: Yes. Global warming leads to climate change, allowing for some infectious diseases to spread more easily. We should also make it clear how global warming contributes to heat-related illnesses and death.
Mai: It also has severe impact on water supplies, threatens food production and upsets ecological balance.
Ms Hoa: These are all excellent points. Have you come up with any solutions?
Lan: Yes. Ms Hoa. We`ll point out how people can change their daily habits to reduce their carbon footprint.
Ms Hoa: That`s great. Now, go through all your points again and decide who in your group will present each part.
Lan, Minh, and Mai: Thanks for your help, Ms Hoa.  
2. How many main parts do they intend to include in their presentation ? What are they ?
They intend to include three parts: 1. the causes,
2. the effects,
3. the solutions
Ms Hoa: Now, Group 2, how are your preparations going? Is your topic global warming?
Lan: Yes, it is. We`ve already decided on the main points to talk about and agreed on the presentation outline. Having planned the content, we`re now looking for supporting information.
Ms Hoa: Sounds good.
Minh: First, we`ll talk about causes such as greenhouse gas emissions from factories and vehicles.
Mai: There are also other causes, like the use of chemical fertilisers and deforestation. Global warming is man-made!
Minh: Man-made?
Ms Hoa: That`s right. in the past, a lot of industries denied having contributed to global warming, but nowadays most people admit we are all responsible.
Minh: I see. Then we`ll focus on the effects of global warming on people`s health and life on Earth in general.
Mai: Yes. Having treated the environment irresponsibly, humans now have to suffer the effects of global warming. Do you agree, Lan?
Lan: Yes. Global warming leads to climate change, allowing for some infectious diseases to spread more easily. We should also make it clear how global warming contributes to heat-related illnesses and death.
Mai: It also has severe impact on water supplies, threatens food production and upsets ecological balance.
Ms Hoa: These are all excellent points. Have you come up with any solutions?
Lan: Yes. Ms Hoa. We`ll point out how people can change their daily habits to reduce their carbon footprint.
Ms Hoa: That`s great. Now, go through all your points again and decide who in your group will present each part.
Lan, Minh, and Mai: Thanks for your help, Ms Hoa.  
3. What causes of global warming are mentioned in the conversation ?
Greenhouse gas emissions from factories and vehicles; use of chemical fertilizers, and deforestation.
Ms Hoa: Now, Group 2, how are your preparations going? Is your topic global warming?
Lan: Yes, it is. We`ve already decided on the main points to talk about and agreed on the presentation outline. Having planned the content, we`re now looking for supporting information.
Ms Hoa: Sounds good.
Minh: First, we`ll talk about causes such as greenhouse gas emissions from factories and vehicles.
Mai: There are also other causes, like the use of chemical fertilizers and deforestation. Global warming is man-made!
Minh: Man-made?
Ms Hoa: That`s right. in the past, a lot of industries denied having contributed to global warming, but nowadays most people admit we are all responsible.
Minh: I see. Then we`ll focus on the effects of global warming on people`s health and life on Earth in general.
Mai: Yes. Having treated the environment irresponsibly, humans now have to suffer the effects of global warming. Do you agree, Lan?
Lan: Yes. Global warming leads to climate change, allowing for some infectious diseases to spread more easily. We should also make it clear how global warming contributes to heat-related illnesses and death.
Mai: It also has severe impact on water supplies, threatens food production and upsets ecological balance.
Ms Hoa: These are all excellent points. Have you come up with any solutions?
Lan: Yes. Ms Hoa. We`ll point out how people can change their daily habits to reduce their carbon footprint.
Ms Hoa: That`s great. Now, go through all your points again and decide who in your group will present each part.
Lan, Minh, and Mai: Thanks for your help, Ms Hoa.  
4. What effects of global warming do they talk about ?
=> Climate change allows for infectious diseases to spread more easily; contributes to heat-related illnesses and death; has severe impact on water supplies, threatens food production and upsets ecological balance.
Ms Hoa: Now, Group 2, how are your preparations going? Is your topic global warming?
Lan: Yes, it is. We`ve already decided on the main points to talk about and agreed on the presentation outline. Having planned the content, we`re now looking for supporting information.
Ms Hoa: Sounds good.
Minh: First, we`ll talk about causes such as greenhouse gas emissions from factories and vehicles.
Mai: There are also other causes, like the use of chemical fertilizers and deforestation. Global warming is man-made!
Minh: Man-made?
Ms Hoa: That`s right. in the past, a lot of industries denied having contributed to global warming, but nowadays most people admit we are all responsible.
Minh: I see. Then we`ll focus on the effects of global warming on people`s health and life on Earth in general.
Mai: Yes. Having treated the environment irresponsibly, humans now have to suffer the effects of global warming. Do you agree, Lan?
Lan: Yes. Global warming leads to climate change, allowing for some infectious diseases to spread more easily. We should also make it clear how global warming contributes to heat-related illnesses and death.
Mai: It also has severe impact on water supplies, threatens food production and upsets ecological balance.
Ms Hoa: These are all excellent points. Have you come up with any solutions?
Lan: Yes. Ms Hoa. We`ll point out how people can change their daily habits to reduce their carbon footprint.
Ms Hoa: That`s great. Now, go through all your points again and decide who in your group will present each part.
Lan, Minh, and Mai: Thanks for your help, Ms Hoa.  
5. According to Lan , what do people need to change to reduce their carbon footprint?
They should change their daily habits.
Ms Hoa: Now, Group 2, how are your preparations going? Is your topic global warming?
Lan: Yes, it is. We`ve already decided on the main points to talk about and agreed on the presentation outline. Having planned the content, we`re now looking for supporting information.
Ms Hoa: Sounds good.
Minh: First, we`ll talk about causes such as greenhouse gas emissions from factories and vehicles.
Mai: There are also other causes, like the use of chemical fertilizers and deforestation. Global warming is man-made!
Minh: Man-made?
Ms Hoa: That`s right. in the past, a lot of industries denied having contributed to global warming, but nowadays most people admit we are all responsible.
Minh: I see. Then we`ll focus on the effects of global warming on people`s health and life on Earth in general.
Mai: Yes. Having treated the environment irresponsibly, humans now have to suffer the effects of global warming. Do you agree, Lan?
Lan: Yes. Global warming leads to climate change, allowing for some infectious diseases to spread more easily. We should also make it clear how global warming contributes to heat-related illnesses and death.
Mai: It also has severe impact on water supplies, threatens food production and upsets ecological balance.
Ms Hoa: These are all excellent points. Have you come up with any solutions?
Lan: Yes. Ms Hoa. We`ll point out how people can change their daily habits to reduce their carbon footprint.
Ms Hoa: That`s great. Now, go through all your points again and decide who in your group will present each part.
Lan, Minh, and Mai: Thanks for your help, Ms Hoa.  
6. According to Lan, What are the consequences of global warming?
Global warming leads to climate change, allowing for some infectious diseases to spread more easily
Ms Hoa: Now, Group 2, how are your preparations going? Is your topic global warming?
Lan: Yes, it is. We`ve already decided on the main points to talk about and agreed on the presentation outline. Having planned the content, we`re now looking for supporting information.
Ms Hoa: Sounds good.
Minh: First, we`ll talk about causes such as greenhouse gas emissions from factories and vehicles.
Mai: There are also other causes, like the use of chemical fertilizers and deforestation. Global warming is man-made!
Minh: Man-made?
Ms Hoa: That`s right. in the past, a lot of industries denied having contributed to global warming, but nowadays most people admit we are all responsible.
Minh: I see. Then we`ll focus on the effects of global warming on people`s health and life on Earth in general.
Mai: Yes. Having treated the environment irresponsibly, humans now have to suffer the effects of global warming. Do you agree, Lan?
Lan: Yes. Global warming leads to climate change, allowing for some infectious diseases to spread more easily. We should also make it clear how global warming contributes to heat-related illnesses and death.
Mai: It also has severe impact on water supplies, threatens food production and upsets ecological balance.
Ms Hoa: These are all excellent points. Have you come up with any solutions?
Lan: Yes. Ms Hoa. We`ll point out how people can change their daily habits to reduce their carbon footprint.
Ms Hoa: That`s great. Now, go through all your points again and decide who in your group will present each part.
Lan, Minh, and Mai: Thanks for your help, Ms Hoa.  
3. Matching
4. Find the sentences with the structure having + past participle
Ms Hoa: Now, Group 2, how are your preparations going? Is your topic global warming?
Lan: Yes, it is. We`ve already decided on the main points to talk about and agreed on the presentation outline. Having planned the content, we`re now looking for supporting information.
Ms Hoa: Sounds good.
Minh: First, we`ll talk about causes such as greenhouse gas emissions from factories and vehicles.
Mai: There are also other causes, like the use of chemical fertilizers and deforestation. Global warming is man-made!
Minh: Man-made?
Ms Hoa: That`s right. in the past, a lot of industries denied having contributed to global warming, but nowadays most people admit we are all responsible.
Minh: I see. Then we`ll focus on the effects of global warming on people`s health and life on Earth in general.
Mai: Yes. Having treated the environment irresponsibly, humans now have to suffer the effects of global warming. Do you agree, Lan?
Lan: Yes. Global warming leads to climate change, allowing for some infectious diseases to spread more easily. We should also make it clear how global warming contributes to heat-related illnesses and death.
Mai: It also has severe impact on water supplies, threatens food production and upsets ecological balance.
Ms Hoa: These are all excellent points. Have you come up with any solutions?
Lan: Yes. Ms Hoa. We`ll point out how people can change their daily habits to reduce their carbon footprint.
Ms Hoa: That`s great. Now, go through all your points again and decide who in your group will present each part.
Lan, Minh, and Mai: Thanks for your help, Ms Hoa.  
HOMEWORK
- Make sentences with the words in task 3
- Prepare for the next lesson“Language”
 
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