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Unit 9. Natural Disasters. Lesson 7. Looking back - project

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Welcome to our class
* Warm - up.
flood
forest fire
tsunami
tornado
mudslide
volcano eruption
drought
earthquake
Friday , March 12th 2021
UNIT 9- NATURAL DISASTERS
PERIOD 75: LESSON 7 –

Looking back & Project
- slide ( v) : trượt, chuyển động, chảy (bùn)
- reservation (n): sự đặt trước (đặt phòng)
- pass (n) : vé tháng, hộ chiếu
- put on (v) : dựng lại (vở kịch)
I. VOCABULARY



I. VOCABULARY
1. Match the words (1-6) to their definitions (A-F).

1. drought
2. mudslide
3. flood
4. tsunami
5. tornado
6.earthquake
B. a huge wave that can destroy towns near the sea
C. a long period when there is no rain and not enough water for people, animals and plants
D. a large amount of water covering an area that is usually dry
E. a sudden, violent shaking of the Earth’s surface
F. a large amount of mud sliding down a mountain, often destroying buildings and injuring or killing people below



A. a violent storm with very strong winds which move in a circle
1. 2. 3. 4. 5 . 6.
C
F
D
B
A
E
evacuated
put out
take
provided
scattered
II. GRAMMAR
Rescue workers have freed ten people trapped in collapsed buildings .
Example:
S
V
O
S
Active:
Passive:
Ten people trapped in collapsed buildings
be
+ PP
have freed
been
(by) + O
by rescue workers.
THE PASSIVE VOICE :
II. Grammar
3. Decide which of the sentences can be changed to passive voice. Write them down. Explain why two of them cannot.
1. Mr Smith will collect the tickets.
___________________________________________
2. The students put on a play at the end of term.
___________________________________________
3. Jim is always late for work.
___________________________________________
4. Julie took the message.
___________________________________________
5. A local artist painted the picture.
___________________________________________
6. They arrived at the theatre at 8.30 p.m.
___________________________________________
The tickets will be collected (by Mr Smith).
1. Mr Smith will collect the tickets.


2. The students put on a play at the end of term.


3. Jim is always late for work.
The tickets will be collected (by Mr Smith).
 A play was put on (by the students) at the end of term.
The sentence cannot be written in the passive because its main verb is not a transitive verb.
II. Grammar
3. Decide which of the sentences can be changed to passive voice. Write them down. Explain why two of them cannot.
II. Grammar
3. Decide which of the sentences can be changed to passive voice. Write them down. Explain why two of them cannot.
4. Julie took the message.


5. A local artist painted the picture.


6. They arrived at the theatre at 8.30 p.m.
The message was taken (by Julie).
 The picture was painted by a local artist.
The sentence cannot be written in the passive because its main verb arrive is not a transitive verb.
4. Match the two parts to make complete sentences.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5 . 6.
d
f
a
b
c
e
5a. Imagine five bad things that happened to you yesterday, and write them down.
Example:
Suggested answer
- Someone stole my bike.
My sister broke my computer
.............
- My bike broke down on the way to school.
- I went to school late.
b. Work in groups.
Add time clauses to your sentences as the following examples. Remember to use the past perfect
Past perfect tense:

(+) Positive
S+ had + past pariciple
Ex: I had left when they came.
(-) negative
S + had not( hadn’t) + past participle
Ex: I hadn’t left when they came.
(?) Questions
Had + S +past participle?
Yes, S + had / No, S + hadn’t
Ex: Had you left when they came ?


b. Work in groups.
When I woke up yesterday morning,
somebody had stolen my bike.
When I got home yesterday, my sister had broken my computer.
Add time clauses to your sentences as the following examples. Remember to use the past perfect
Do you remember the responses? Write them into the correct columns.
Wow !
That’s great !
Oh dear!
That’s relief !
That’s awful !
How terrible !
How wonderful !
Oh no!
That’s shocking!
That’s awesome!
III. COMMUNICATION
6. Read the news headlines. In pairs, use the expressions from the box in GETING STARTED to respond to them.
Example:
A: It says here that a six-year-old girl was rescued from a forest fire by her pet dog.
B: Wow! That’s amazing!
IV. PROJECT
1. These activities aiming to provide aid for victims of natural disasters. Write a phrase to describe each picture.
providing (food/ medical) supplies
clearing up debris
freeing trapped people
setting up temporary accommodation (for the victims of a disaster)
repairing houses/ buildings
evacuating the village/ town ... to a safe place/ area
1
2
3
4
5
6
A Helping Hand
2. Work in groups
Imagine you are members of a volunteer team who are going to provide aid for the victims of a natural disaster. Work out a plan for your team.
- Provide food, medical aid supplies.
- Cleaning up debris.
3. Share tour plan with other groups. Vote for the best plan.
Homework
Do Ex 5a , 5b page 34 and Ex 2,3 page 35
Do ex in workbook
Prepare review 3 (page 36-37)
Thanks for your attention
Good bye. See you again !
 
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