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UNIT 6. IS THE EARTH IN DANGER?

 

LESSON 59

PREPARATIONS FOR WRITING REPORTS

 

Цілі: формувати навички письма; вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення, читання; розвивати культуру спілкування й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.

Procedure

1. Warm-up

1) What do you think when your teacher says you’re going to do some writing?

2) Do you like the writing activities your teacher gives you?

3) Do you ever think writing activities are a waste of time?

4) Do you always understand the reasons why the teacher asks you to do a particular writing activity?

5) Is the topic important when you do a writing activity?

6) How important is it to plan what you write?

2. Listening

Listen to the text and do the task.

World Environment Day (WED) is a day we all need to put in our dia­ries. It happens on June 5 every year and should be one of the most impor­tant days of the holiday calendar. WED was created in 1972 by the United Nations General Assembly. The environment wasn’t such a big issue back then. It is one of the hottest topics in the world today. WED helps raise worldwide awareness of the threats to our environment. Many environmen­tal agencies organize events based on different themes each year. These events encourage both governments and local communities to work togeth­er. This ensures environmental problems are tackled from a grass roots level and at a presidential level.

Many people in rich countries are aware of today’s environmental is­sues. Even though many of the world’s citizens know the issues, too few people do enough to combat them. Perhaps the most serious issue is global warming. WED could be the day to start changing our lifestyle forever to reduce our carbon footprint. Most of us use far too much energy. With a lit­tle thought, we could all use less power and help the environment. WED also needs to make people in poorer countries aware of the dangers to the environment. The governments of new superpowers such as China and In­dia need to reduce their energy consumption too. Hopefully, World Envi­ronment Day will become more celebrated every year.

Put the lines in the correct order according to the text.

 

 

footprint. Most of us use far too much energy. With a little thought, we could all use less power and help

 

Many people in rich countries are aware of today’s environmental issues. Even though many of the world’s

 

from a grass roots level and at a presidential level.

 

agencies organize events based on different themes each year. These events encourage both governments

 

to the environment. The governments of new superpowers such as China and India need to reduce their

 

energy consumption too. Hopefully, World Environment Day will become more celebrated every year.

 

topics in the world today. WED helps raise worldwide awareness of the threats to our environment. Many environmental

 

warming. WED could be the day to start changing our lifestyle forever to reduce our carbon

 

the environment. WED also needs to make people in poorer countries aware of the dangers

1

World Environment Day (WED) is a day we all need to put in our diaries. It happens on June 5 every

 

citizens know the issues, too few people do enough to combat them. Perhaps the most serious issue is global

 

year and should be one of the most important days of the holiday calendar. WED was created in

 

and local communities to work together. This ensures environmental prob­lems are tackled

 

1972 by the United Nations General Assembly. The environment wasn’t such a big issue back then. It is one of the hottest

 

3. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 1, p. 105.

4. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 2, p. 106.

5. Listening and writing

Listen to the information about the disaster in Japan and make up ques­tions for your partner.

 

JAPAN’S QUAKE, TSUNAMI AND ATOMIC ALERT (12TH MARCH, 2011)

Japan is beginning the cleanup after Friday’s deadly earthquake and tsunami. The death toll is currently at 573 with hundreds more people miss­ing. Most of the people died in the massive tsunami, which was up to ten me­tres high. Japan’s Fire and Disaster Management Agency says the number of destroyed buildings has reached 3,400, but that is expected to rise. In the quake-hit areas, around 5.57 million households currently have no electric­ity, while more than one million homes have had their water supply cut off.

The mega-earthquake is the seventh largest ever recorded. It hit north­east Japan at 2:46 p.m. with a magnitude of 8.9 on the Richter scale. It was felt as far away as Beijing, China. The following tsunami has completely washed away large parts of Japan’s north. The damage is in tens of billions of dollars. Fifty-three countries in the Pacific Rim were put on tsunami alert. Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan said his main focus now is to stop a nuclear power plant from overheating. Scientists released radioactive steam from the plant to reduce the pressure inside it.

Student A’s questions (Do not show these to student B)

1. __________________________________________

2. __________________________________________

3.____________________________________________

4.____________________________________________

5.____________________________________________

Student B’s questions (Do not show these to student A)

1. __________________________________________

2. __________________________________________

3.____________________________________________

4.____________________________________________

5.___________________________________________

6. Summary

What’s worse: natural disasters or manmade disasters?

7. Homework

Ex. 7, p. 107.





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