ТЕМА УРОКУ: НАВКОЛИШНЄ СЕРЕДОВИЩЕ: ЯК ЗБЕРЕГТИ ЙОГО ЗДОРОВИМ ДЛЯ ЛЮДЕЙ

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ТЕМА УРОКУ:    НАВКОЛИШНЄ СЕРДОВИЩЕ:

                       ЯК ЗБЕРЕГТИ ЙОГО ЗДОРОВИМ ДЛЯ ЛЮДЕЙ

МЕТА:           

ПРАКТИЧНА:   робота над навчальним текстом з метою розширення    словникового запасу учнів та підготовки до творчого письма ;                                                   

РОЗВИВАЮЧА:    розвивати швидку мовленнєву реакцію, навики зв’язного висловлювання, навики словникової роботи ;.

ОСВІТНЯ:       розширювати  знання учнів про небезпеку забруднення навколишнього середовища та наслідки від забруднення, оволодіння лексикою ;

ВИХОВНА :          переконати учнів у необхідності берегти Землю.

 

ОБЛАДНАННЯ:     слайди магнітофон картки з завданнями малюнки, підручник  New  Pre-Intermediate (OUP) .

 

ХІД УРОКУ :

 

 STEP 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE TOPIC

Today we are going to discuss a very important topic, our environment and a great number of problems connected with the world around us. The aim of our lesson is written on the board. Our homework was to read the text, learn the words, answer the questions and be ready to discuss the main ideas of it.

 A healthy environment supports personal health; a damaged environment ruins it. (a photo of ‘ The Earth eyes’). You can see a very impressive but gloomy photo: the picture of suffering Earth. Look at the picture, it doesn’t take much time to understand that the Earth we live on is in danger. You can read the words ‘Environment: to live or to die?’

 (The beginning of slide show). (1) How old is the Earth? Some of the scientists consider that it is about 4,600,000 years old. If we compare the age of the Earth with the life span ( life expectancy) of a human being, it could be equal to 46 years old. People of this age have some particular problems with health and the same problems our environment has. We deal with them in our everyday life: breathe in the polluted air, listen to TV news about droughts, floods and famine in different parts of the world. We eat unhealthy food and drink dirty water. We and our environment are really part of a single world. (2) If the air is fresh, our lungs can be healthy. (3) If the water is pure, you can drink it without fear. (4) If we are surrounded by natural beauty, we feel happy. (5) If there are a lot of forests and greenery, the views are enjoyable. (6) If we take care of every little bird in frosty, snowy forests and mountains, every roe in the Carpathian mountains, we’ll survive. (7) We’ll have enough sea food and fish if we take care of the seas and oceans.

In our textbooks (SB p. 92) there is a quotation. Read it, please :

 

‘Only when the last tree has died  and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught will we realize that we can’t eat money.’

 Our tasks are to decide:

 Who said these words :

          a) a political leader;                   d) an African fisherman;

          b) a member of Greenpeace;     e) a Greek philosopher;

          c) an American Indian;              f) a French farmer                     

 When it was said :

          a) in the 5-th century BC;

          b) in the 19-th century;

          c) in the 20-th century.

The pupils read the quotation and suggest their ideas. After the discussion we pass over to the next step of the lesson.