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English 10 unit 9 communication

UNIT 9:


Using pesticides → soil pollution

Cutting down trees

→ deforestation

Throwing rubbish into rivers
→ water pollution


Listen to the conservation between two people and choose
the best answer to each question.
1. What environmental threats are mentioned in the
conversation?
A. population
B. global warming
C. deforestation
2. What are the negative effects of the environmental problem?

A. Greenhouse effect, climate change and extreme floods.
B. Climate change, global warming and extreme floods.
C. Polar ice melting, climate change and extreme floods.
3. What should we do to prevent the threat mentioned in the
conversation?
A. Control deforestation and have appropriate forestation plans.
B. Reduce the rate of water pollution and control deforestation.
C. Have appropriate forestation plans and reduce the rate of
water pollution


In our daily lives, what should we do to protect our
environment?
Save water

Plant as
many
trees as
possible


Using bicycles instead of cars


- World Wide Fund for Nature.
WWF
Panda - China
- World Widelife Fund.
Which oganisation
supports
animals
infor?
general and
What
does
WWF
stand
Where
it come from?
pandas does


in particular?


Vocabulary
*Set up(v):thành lập = establish
*Biology(n): sinh học
biological(adj): thuộc về sinh học
*Sustainable(adj): bền vững
*Transfer(v): chuyển dịch
*Reflect(v): phản ánh


II. Culture:
Questions:
1.When was WWF set up?
2.What kind of organisation
is it?
3. Why did the organisation recognise the panda as its
logo?
4. What was WWF’s mission stated in 1990s?
5. Why is WWF the world’s largest organisation?


In pairs, make a conversation,
ask and answer about WWF
Answers:
1. It was set up in/ In 1961
2. It’s a/ A non- government organisation
3. Because it was the only giant panda, an
endangered species, in the Western world at
the same time as the organisation is
established.
4. “ Stop the degradation of the planet’s natural
environment and build a future in which
humans live in harmony with nature, by:
-Conserving the world’s biological diversity.
-Ensuring that the use of renewable natural
resourses is sustainable.
-Promoting the reduction of pollution and
wasteful consumption.
5. It is the world’s largest independent
conservation organisation.

1. When was WWF
set up?
2. What kind of
organisation is it?
3. Why did the
organisation
recognise the
panda as its logo?
4. What was WWF’s
mission stated in
1990s?
5. Why is WWF the
world’s largest
organisation?


WWF’s missions
• Conserve the world’s biological diversity
• Ensure the use of renewable natural resources is
sustainable
• Promote the reduction of pollution and wasteful
consumption



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