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Theme: Global issues Aim: to improve pupils’ vocabulary on topic, to widen pupils’ outlook, to express your own point of view, to practice the usage of modal verbs; to develop pupils’ skills to work in groups, thinking and imagination, reading and listening skills; to bring up a careful attitude to the nature.
Weather the weather be fine, Weather the weather be not, Weather the weather be cold, Weather the weather be hot. Warming up activity We will revise sounds [w], [ð], [ θ ]. Weather the weather be fine, Weather the weather be not, Weather the weather be cold, Weather the weather be hot.
Now use the words in these sentences 1. Mount Vesuvius near Naples is one of the most famous …in the world. 2. Many parts of sub-Saharan Africa suffer from….. 3. Many low-lying parts of England suffer from … after prolonged periods of rain in the winter. 4. San Francisco and Tokyo are both situated right in the middle of dangerous … zones.
Group working Task 1. Look at four pictures. Guess which global problem you have to describe.
Task 2. Say what headlines describe your environmental problem. A. Greenhouse effect blamed for sudden storms B. Forest fires have been burning for three weeks in Indonesia and have destroyed thousands of hectares of forest. C. The USA produces more harmful gases than any other country in the world. D. Push for whale sanctuary in South Pacific ocean
Task 3 Match to the problem its effect and solution. Problems Effects Solutions A Global warming B Pollution C Hunting D Deforestation Effects 1 destruction of forest areas 2 many animals and fish wiped out 3 change in world’s climate – ocean levels rising – extreme weather conditions 4 very poor air quality in cities – rivers and lakes full of industrial waste Solutions a have stricter laws and harsher punishments for illegal hunting and fishing. b encourage countries to control the number of trees that are cut down. c reduce gases emitted from factories. Use public transport instead of cars. d reduce use of aerosols. Use alternative sources of energy. Wiped out - Weather conditions – Air – Waste - Punishment – Cut down- Reduce -
Task 4 Match to make sentences on what can be done to make the earth a safer and better place. We should We shouldn’t We must We mustn’t We can We could We ought change people’s attitudes towards the environment; clean up the air; to stop cigarette advertising; save more energy and water; put waste into the seas and rivers; find ways of preventing oil spills; protect animals in danger; use products which damage the ozone layer; use products which damage the ozone layer; treat foods with chemicals treat foods with chemicals
Listen to the five teenagers giving their opinions about environmental issues. Match the each speaker (1-5) with two opinions. A we should use solar and wind power to heat our water at home. to heat our water at home. B we won’t be able to use land- fill sites for much longer. C we should avoid travelling by plane D we should use rockets to send rubbish into space E we shouldn’t use cars for short journeys F there is to much packaging on things we buy G the government should ban large, powerful cars H we shouldn’t go on holiday to distant places I we shouldn’t replace gadgets and electrical appliance unless they are broken appliance unless they are broken J the government should invest in renewable energy
Home task Write the verb from the box in each gap to complete the sentences. Can could must should 1. Mark can also dance really well to pop music. 2. Ron… miss two competitions when he stretched his ankle last year. 3. You… be very dedicated if you have a hobby like dancing. 4. I think he… buy a new costume if he gets into the final. 5. Mary dance really well when she was a baby too. 6. Bob … pay for the ticket to London as his dancing club will pay.