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  1. Group Two Jason, Jimmy, Linda, Betty, Joseph, Joanne, Happy, Michelle

  2. Unit 15 We are trying to save the manatees! Group 2 Section A

  3. What kinds of animals do you know ?

  4. fast beautiful spotted shy gentle dangerous endangered aggressive ? animals What do you think of funny enormous gray clever tall smart quiet cute friendly playful

  5. Name Food Description cheetah spotted fast aggressive gray gentle enormous furry brown aggressive bear elephant How much do you know them?

  6. Name Food Description How much do you know them ? aggressive fast tiger gentle furry white and black playful Furry noisy panda chimpanzee

  7. Guessing games You’re like an elephant. No. I am like this animal because I am strong and intelligent. My favorite habitat is water and vegetables in the forest.

  8. Pairwork Where have you been A: 1________________________________? B: I’ve just been to the natural museum. A: 2___________________________________? B: We saw a lot of endangered animals, like manatees, pandas, chimpanzees (黑猩猩)and so on. A: 4__________________? B: Because people have done something bad to them and they’re dying out. A: That’s a really bad thing. But 5_____________________________? B: Yes, I think we can do something to help. We can tell people how important these animals are. A: I agree with you. What did you see Why can we do something to help

  9. While-task Reading time!

  10. Dear Editor, I’m writing to say that I’m against building a new zoo in our town. Zoos are terrible places for animals to live. I’ve visited a lot of zoos in my life, and I have never seen one I liked or one that was suitable for animals to live in Just last week, I visited a zoo and couldn’t believe what I saw. The animals are kept in tiny cages and can hardly move at all. And they are only given food once a day. Is this a good way for animals to live? I don’t think so. Sincerely, Disgusted

  11. Dear Editor, I visited our zoo yesterday and I was very Surprised to find hardly anyone there. Zoos are very important places. They are like living textbooks for young people. They provide homes for many endangered animals and help to educate the public about caring for them. If we don’t support our zoos, they won’t have enough money to take care of so many fine animals. I urge all of your readers to visit our wonderful zoo soon. Sincerely, Animal Friend

  12. Read and complete it 3a and 3b Animals are kept in tiny cages Zoos are living textbook. Animals can hardly move at all Zoos provide homes for endangered animals. Educate people about caring for them. Animals are only given food once a day.

  13. Learn more about animals Animals can’t run free A safe place for endangered animals Animals are kept in small cages Animals can have food every day

  14. To protect the wild animals and the nature is just to protect human beings! ???

  15. Debate Zoos are good for animals I think… I believe that… I feel that… I disagree with you. What's your opinion?

  16. I disagree with you. I feel that zoos provide clean and safe places for endangered animals to live. I think that animals should not live in zoos.

  17. The Second Period Section B Group 2

  18. Brainstorm Which is the most difficult? stop riding in cars

  19. I know. I stopped using them last year. We really shouldn’t use paper napkins, you know.

  20. Brainstorm turn off the lights when you leave a room

  21. Brainstorm recycle books and papers

  22. turn off the showers while you are washing your hair

  23. Brainstorm don’t use paper towels or napkins

  24. While –task: 2a 2b Listening

  25. A: Recycling books and paper is really easy. B: I agree. But it’s difficult to stop riding in cars. A: Recycling books and paper is really easy. B: I agree. But it’s difficult to stop riding in cars. How to save the planet? Check easy (E) or difficult (D). Talking ____* stop riding in cars. ___* recycle books and paper. ____* turn off the lights when you leave the room. ____* refuse to use the plastic bags. ____* don’t put the waste water into the river. ____* plant more trees and glass. ____*…. D E A: Recycling books and paper is really easy. B: I agree. But it’s difficult to stop riding in cars. A: Recycling books and paper is really easy. B: I agree. But it’s difficult to stop riding in cars.

  26. Listen to what Julia and Jack talk about. Check the things.

  27. 3a Reading

  28. Reading 3a * Fill in the chart. old glass bottles used soda cans discarded tiles

  29. * Answer the questions. • Who is Amy Winterbourne? • 2. Did she win an award? What’s it? • 3. What does she do in her spare time?

  30. Pollution makes us sad! Air pollution Water pollution Land pollution Noise pollution Traffic pollution

  31. Survey: What kinds of pollution is the most Serious around you? pollution

  32. Sharing your answers: by using pictures or videos which have prepared for

  33. Writing Write a letter to the government to make our city more beautiful! Dear Ms./Mr. , These days, we made a survey about pollution which is the most serious around our city. First,__________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ We hope our city is becoming more and more beautiful with the help of government. yours Group 2

  34. Homework Please surf the internet about the theme of World Environment Day of each year! With the help of government !

  35. The Theme of World Environment Day 1974 Only one Earth 只有一个地球 1975 Human Settlements 人类居住 1976 Water: Vital Resource for Life 水:生命的重要源泉

  36. Thank you !

  37. 1977 Ozone Layer Environmental Concern; Lands Loss and Soil Degradation; Firewood 关注臭氧层破坏,水土流失 • Development Without Destruction 没有破坏的发展

  38. 1979 Only One Future for Our Children - Development Without Destruction 为了儿童和未来 ——没有破坏的发展

  39. 1980 A New Challenge for the New Decade: Development Without Destruction 新的十年,新的挑战 ——没有破坏的发展

  40. 1981 Ground Water; Toxic Chemicals in Human Food Chains and Environmental Economics 保护地下水和人类的食物链,防 治有毒化学品污染

  41. 1982 Ten Years After Stockholm (Renewal of Environmental Concerns) 斯德哥尔摩人类环境会议十周年 —— 提高环境意识

  42. 1983 Managing and Disposing Hazardous Waste: Acid Rain and Energy 管理和处置有害废弃物,防 治酸雨破坏和提高能源利用率

  43. 1984 Desertification 沙漠化 1985 Youth: Population and the Environment 青年、人口、环境 1986 A Tree for Peace 环境与和平

  44. Environment and Shelter: More Than A Roof 环境与居住 • When People Put the Environment First, Development Will Last 保护环境、持续发展、公众参与

  45. Global Warming; • Global Warning • 警惕全球变暖 • 1990 Children and the Environment • 儿童与环境

  46. 1991 Climate Change. Need for Global Partnership 气候变化 — 需要全球合作 1992 Only One Earth, Care and Share 只有一个地球一齐关心, —— 共同分享

  47. 1993 Poverty and the Environment —— Breaking the Vicious Circle 贫穷与环境 —— 摆脱恶性循环 • One Earth One Family 一个地球,一个家庭

  48. We the Peoples: United for • the Global Environment • 各国人民联合起来,创造更 • 加美好的未来 • Our Earth, Our Habitat, • Our Home • 我们的地球、居住地、家园

  49. 1997 For Life on Earth • 为了地球上的生命 • For Life on Earth - Save • Our Seas • 为了地球上的生命 • —— 拯救我们的海洋

  50. Our Earth - Our Future —— Just Save It! 拯救地球就是拯救未来 2000 The Environment Millennium - Time to Act 2000环境千年 —— 行动起来吧!