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Земля – твой лучший друг. Земля нуждается в дружбе

Разделы: Иностранные языки, Конкурс «Презентация к уроку», Конкурс по экологии «Земля — наш общий дом»


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Цели и задачи:

  • развитие монологической речи учащихся с использованием новых выражений, формирование целостного представления о мире, об общих проблемах, стоящих перед человечеством в 21-м веке;
  • систематизация и обобщение знаний учащихся по теме.

Развитие коммуникативных навыков по теме “Экологическая проблема”.

Образовательные задачи:

  • расширить кругозор по теме.
  • формировать лексико-грамматические навыки.

Воспитательные задачи:

  • формировать уважительное отношение к природе, бережливости, осознание роли человека во взаимодействии с природой.
  • формировать способность ососзнать экологические проблемы и желание помочь природе.
  • поддерживать других и быть к ним благожелательными.

Развивающие задачи:

  • способствовать развитию аналитического, критического, материального мышления через использование проблемных ситуаций.
  • развивать умение работать в группе.

С учащимися восьмого класса была проделана работа в вопросно-ответной форме. Перед началом урока ребята изучили слова, словосочетания на английском языке, связанные с экологией и окружающим нас миром.  Ученики во время урока ведут беседу в группах о понятии “лес”, представляя этот термин для тех, кто впервые задумался над ним. Затем восмиклассники обобщают свои ответы и каждая группа рассказывает о важности леса, о том, что дает лес людям и для чего он жизненно необходим.

Ecological problems

The world’s best friend is you.
The Earth needs a friend, dosen’t it?

Aims Objectives
By the end of the lesson learners will be able to

  • to develop speaking skills through a wide range of spaking tasks which necessitate giving information, exchanging and justifying opinions and ideas, comparing and contrasting, agreeing and disagreeing, suggesting and speculating
  • teach to analyse and arrange specific data info meaningful patterns
  • to develop positive attitude to nature
  • describe the environmental impact of humans
  • understand that pollution is harmful to all living things
  • give example of way we can reduce, reuse and recycle waste
  • define concept of natural disaster
  • list properties of natural disaster
  • brainstorm examples of natural disasters

Materials:

  • computer and multimedia projector, tape recorder, self made posters, illustrations, handmades
  • video concerning pollution
  • song
  • cards
  • pencils  and rulers
  • crayons or markers

Tasks:

  • to stimulate and enhance the students’ interest of ecological problems
  • to teach students critical thinking skills when searching for information in the Internert additional literature
  • to practice and activate all essential vocabulary on the topic “Environmental problems”
  • to broaden pupils’ understanding of the various aspects of healthy way of life
  • to teach tp work collaboratively in group

Skills development
Pupils will practice

  • talking about the environment and its problems
  • asking and answering questions about environmental problems
  • writing contracts

Vocabulary

  • vocabulary on topics environment
  • verb and a noun have the same form
  • – tion can be used to make nouns from verbs
  • – al is often used to make adjectives from nouns

Grammar

  • Tenses, modal verbs: can must should articles, prepositions  If –clause  Principal clause Conditionals

Procedure

  • Warm-up
  • Brainstorm
  • Discussion point
  • Work on words
  • Speaking (asking and answering questions)
  • Listening
  • Writing
  •  Singing

Teacher
Slide 1

Good morinig, dear children collegues, guests! Today we are going to have a talk and discuss the environmental problems. You are just one of 7,000000000 million people, who live on our Earth. So can your actions really make a difference to its future?

The answer is yes, they certainly can. Because if you try to live in a way that will save the world rather than destroy it, you won’t be alone. Your example will encourage your friend and family to do the same. Then they will tell their friends and families helping to care for the environment.

Let’s do some work.

These exercises are introducing and exploring academic vocabulary for environmental issues in the classroom. You must fill out the worksheet or match the vocabulary to the pictures.

Now,children let’s revise the words and expression,phrasal verbs,prepositional phrases,word patterns we need.

Vocabulary
Nature and the universe

Slide 2

Topic vocabulary

amazing(adj)

lighting(n)

recycle(v)

climate(n)

litter(v,n)

reptile(n)

countryside(n)

local(adj)

rescue(v,n)

environment(n)

locate(v)

satellite(n)

extinct

mammal(n)

shower(n)

forecast(v,n)

mild(adj) 

solar system (n phr)

freezing(adj)

name(v,n)

species(n)

global(adj)

oringin(n)

thunder(n)

heatwave(n)

planet(n)

wild(adj)

Insect(n)

preserve(v)

wildlife(n)

Prepositional phrases

at most

at the top/bottom(of)

in the beginning

in the distance

in total

on top(of)

 
Picture 3

Phrasal verb

blow up           explode

build up           increase

clear up           tidy

go out              stop burning

keep out          prevent from entering

put down         stop holding

put out             make something stop burning

put up              put something on a wall(eg,a picture)

Word formation

centre          central 

fog                     foggy

circle            circular

garden               gardener,gardening

danger          dangerous

invade                  invasion,invader

deep              deeply,depth

nature                 natural,naturally

destroy         destruction,destructive

Pollute                pollution,polluted

Word patterns

adjectives

afraid of

 

prevent sb from

aware of

save sth from

enthusiastic about

think about

serious about

worry about

short of

nouns

damage to

verbs

escape from

an increase in

Slide 4

Slide 5

Teacher
Let’s imagine you are on another planet. The people who live there have never seen a forest. How would you introduce / describe the forest in general.

Pupil 1
Forests are essential for life on earth. Three hundred million people worldwide live in forests and 1.6 billion depend on them for their livehoods. Forest also provide habitat  a vast array of plants and animals many of which are still undiscovered. They protect our watersheds. They inspire wonder and provide places for recreation.
They supply the oxygen we need to survive. They provide the timber for products we use every day.

Slide  6

Pupil 2
Doctors are prescribing forest walks. Trees save lives.
They clean polluted air, improve symptoms of asthma and looking at them even helps post operative recovery time. Walking among them stops self - obsorption and anxiety.
After two nights in a forest our levels of “killer” white blood cells ( that attack infection and tumours ) soar by 50 per cent. The heart rate is also lowered.

Slide 7

Pupil 3
Approximately 10% of todays drugs derive tropical medicinal plants. Three thousand plants have anti-cancer properties and 70% of these are to be found in tropical forests.
Medicine from trees, extracted from the food, bark, roots, leaves, flowers, fruits or seeds is fundamental to the well-being of millions people.

Slide  8

Pupil 4
Nature and the Romantics have a close intertwining relationship. The passions of men are incorporated with the beautiful and permanent forms of nature, that the mind of man (acts as)the mirror of  the fairest and most interesting qualities of nature and this reflect his feellings on the subject nature and men are tied together with force that cannot be broken.

Slide  9

SAVE TREES (a group of pupils)
Trees are as much important to our life as food and water. We can say that life would be finished because trees are most important of giving us healthy and wealthy life.
Trees give us life directly and indirectly as they are source of oxygen production,CO2 consumption and source of rain. They are most precious gift to the humanity on the earth from nature for which we must be grateful, give honour and preserve for the mankind wellness.
Save trees, save life is not only a slogan, it is a responsibility which should be followed by each and every person living on the earth. It is a big opportunity to all of us to save  our healthy environment and green earth by saving trees. Trees are symbol of life on the earth and natural home for many people and wild animals. Saving trees have been must at any cost in such a modern world where urbanization, industrialization and global warming is going very fast. In such a technological world, where people are fighting and working for themselves only, only trees are living for benefiting others ( human beings and animals).

Teacher

Let’s mention some importance and precious value of trees which will help us to know why trees are called as green gold on the earth and most important for the healthy life.

  • Trees add lots of value to our lives as well as and improve our living status by providing fresh oxygen and nutritious foods.
  • Trees also fulfill our additional necessities like shelter, medicine, and other needs of our modern lifestyles.
  • Trees in the society, community, streets, parks, playgrounds and backyards play great role in providing cool shadow during our outdoor activites.
  • Old trees in the living area become historic landmarks and source of town pride.
  • Trees help in deflecting sunlight thus reduces heat island effect and keep environment clean and cool.
  • Trees provide fresh oxygen and reduce air pollution by filtering harmful gases.
  • They help in water conservation by preventing water evaporation.
  • They prevent soil erosion and support wildlife.
  • Trees are very essential in balancing the ecosystem in the nature.
  • They are good source of absorbing and rainwater thus prevent from harms after of plants.
  • Trees have their personal and spiritual value as they animals. Birds make their nest on the trunk of plants.
  • Trees have their personal and spiritual value as they look colorful and very beautiful. Some of the trees are traditionally worshipped by the people from ancient time.
  • They are source of economy for many people as they are used commercially as a fuel, building construction, tools, furniture manufacture, sporting, household items, paper and so many purposes.

Slide 9

Slide 10

In conclusion forests are very necessary for us and our future generations to enjoy and live a healthy and peaceful life in the healthy environment free of pollution.

A song “We are the people”