Objectives: - Enrich students knowledge about environmental problems; - to develop students reading, listening and speaking skills; - to develop creative thinking; - to show the importance of environmental protection for people all over the world; - to bring up love to the native land and its nature; - to repeat grammar skills (Conditionals).
1.Ecology a)The process of collecting used products in order to produce useful materials which can be used again (instead of throwing them away as rubbish). 2.Acid rain b) Carbon dioxide and other harmful gases in the atmosphere which are believed to be the cause of a gradual warming of the surface of the Earth (are believed to be the cause of the greenhouse effect). 3.Deforestationc) The natural surrounding in which animals or plants usually live or grow. 4.Endangered speciesd) Fuels such as gas, coal, oil, which are produced from ancient plant material. 5.Extinct e) A rain which contains unusually large amount of harmful chemicals as a result of the burning of substances such as coal & oil. 6.Global warmingf) No longer existing. 7.Greenhouse gasesg) The destruction of forest, resulting from excessive clearing. 8.Ozone layerh) Animals that are threatened with extinction 9.Fossil fuels i) The preservation of valuable natural resources that exist in limited amount from the damaging effects of human activity. 10.Conservationj) The increase of world temperatures due to the greenhouse effect 11.Recycling k) Layer in the upper atmosphere containing a high amount of ozone gas that absorbs the suns ultraviolet radiation. 12.Habitatl) The relationship between the air, land, water, animals, plants, etc., usually of a particular area. Match the environmental words with their definitions.
Listening and Comprehension. - What are the problems of environmental pollution? - What can cause the environmental problems?
Rest time. Listen to the music trac. WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD (Louis Armstrong)
4. Grammar practice. There are four types of Conditionals: Zero Conditional; First Conditional; Second Conditional; Third Conditional.
Form: if + Simple Present, + Simple Present Examples: - If you heat butter, it melts. Zero Conditional
First Conditional. Form: if + Simple Present, Future Simple Examples: - If I find her address, Ill send her an invitation.
Second Conditional. Form: if + Past Simple, would + bare infinitive Examples: - If you did your homework more often, your teacher wouldn´t get angry with you.
Third Conditional. Form: if + Past Perfect, would have + Past Participle Examples: -We would have come yesterday if we had known about it.
1. Write the type of Conditionals. - If I were rich, I would travel around the world. - She wouldnt have missed the train if she had woken up earlier. - Ill call you if I come back early.
2. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form (First Conditional): - If I (finish) early, I will call you. - I (catch) the 7:00 train if I hurry up. - She will know the answer, if she (try) to understand.
3. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form (Second Conditional): - If I (be) a star, I would help the needy. - He (buy) a house if he had a job. - She (be) happy, if she married him.
4. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form (Third Conditional): If he (be) careful, he would not have had that terrible accident. I (pass) the exam if I had worked hard. Her father would not have died, if he (go) to the doctor.
HOMEWORK: HOMEWORK: -to revise the vocabulary and Conditionals; -ex.5, p.153 (to read and translate the text) -t o write the essay: What we should do to protect the nature.