Presentation on theme: "The recycling loop - improving reading skills (reading for gist and specific information); - revising grammar skills; - improving."— Presentation transcript:
The recycling loop
- improving reading skills (reading for gist and specific information); - revising grammar skills; - improving speaking skills; - revising vocabulary. What are the objectives of the lesson?
Do you wonder what happens to the materials you recycle?Read the text and complete the gaps. 1. represents 2. them 3. third 4. consumer 5. buying 6.completes 7. recycled 8. shopping 9. driving 10. manufacturers
chasing arrows: recycling truck: process: sorting: manufactured: display: conserve: resources: eliminate: landfills : arrows logo a truck that collects material for recycling a series of actions separating items and putting them in categories/types made show keep material we can use for our benefit to put an end to/to get rid of a large hole in the ground in which we throw rubbish and then bury it once it is full
Each of them represents one part of the process. Part 1. Recycling starts when you put your rubbish in the recycling bins
Part 2. A recycling truck collects all the materials and takes them to recycling facilities for sorting.
From there, they are sent to factories and new products are manufactured.
Part 3. Recycled materials transformed into clothes and more different things!
Need your help! Buy clothes and things with the recycling logo you supports recycling !Only you can persuade manufactures to produce recycled products and save our World in clarity!!!
What do you recycle at home? make а list and compare it with your partner.
Watch the Video to learn more about the types of recycling Recycling
Rajid: What are you doing? Nicole: I’m putting my garbage into the garbage can. Why? Rajid: Don’t you recycle? You’re supposed to separate out your recyclables and put them in a separate bin. Nicole: I know, I know, but who has the time? I don’t have that much trash anyway. Rajid: Oh, yeah? The dump is full of food containers that aren’t biodegradable from people who didn’t have the time. Nicole: Come on. Don’t blow things out of proportion. It’s not like I’m going to save the environment all by myself. Rajid: No, you’re not, but if everybody thinks the same way you do, we’re going to use up all of our natural resources. Nicole: When did you turn into an ecologist? I don’t see you conserving energy. You have your lights on all night. I can see them through your window. Rajid: I use energy-efficient bulbs. Besides, I take my recyclables to the recycling center, I have energy-efficient appliances, and I turn down my thermostat. Nicole: I’m just saying that you’re not doing everything you can to save the environment. Okay, okay. Put your money where your mouth is and help me separate out my recyclables. Rajid: Me? You want me to help you sort through your garbage? Nicole: Since you’re the expert, I need you to show me how.