6.Dear students, as you know there are many kinds of animals on our planet are in danger nowadays. Let’s study some information about this.
Work with the short texts. Now you are going to read eight very short texts and say how many animals are left in the world. The number you may write and then show to us. Work in pairs.
(Students see the picture of the animal on the screen and find the appropriate information in the text).
(a tiger, an elephant, a rhinoceros, a panda, a whale, a mountain gorilla, a polar bear, a koala)
Make the list of the most endangered and the least endangered animals.
7.Work in groups. Ex:4.p.50 Students should read the text and then complete the chart using the information from the text.
1 group – Elephants and tigers
2 group – Blue whales and rhinos
3 group – Elephants and tigers
How many are… left?
Why do people threaten them?
Students present their charts. Other groups may ask some questions.
T —> Ps What did you learn about these animals?
T- Your H/T was to make a diagram about “Blue whale” … please present it for all class.
8.T - Of course, our government tries hard to protect animals.
We also have a special holiday International Animal Protection Day when the whole world tries to solve this problem.
But what can we personally do or probably together with the families to help solve this problem?
Making the poster (The Code of Rules).
- Let’s divide into groups. This part of the class (group 1) will find what we Should Do and that part (group 2) what we Shouldn’t Do.
(students give 6 parts of the sentence, analyze them and choose those which match for their task)
(be friendly with animals, feel responsible for pets, feed birds and help them, harm or hurt animals, kill animals for fun, frighten animals)
T - Well done!