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Урок "перевернутого навчання" в 11 класі з теми "It's our Planet""

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Представлена розробка дозволяє використати метод "перевернутого навчання" на уроці англійської мови для учнів 11 класу з теми "It's our Planet". Учням пропонується вдома переглянути відео з теми (посилання додається) і відповісти на заздалегідь повідомлені запитання. На уроці разом з учителем учні виконують решту завдань на основі інформації, яку отримали з відео матеріалів.

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Unit 6. It’s our Planet

Reference https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0pB1qw8SMs

Homework: watch the video and write down the answers to the following questions.

  1. What toxins are responsible for pollution?
  2. What causes air and water pollution?
  3. What is soil pollution caused by?
  4. What is the result of human practices?
  5. What does global warming lead to?
  6. What does the population of the planet face?
  7. What are greenhouse gases responsible for?
  8. What is creating a global crisis of waste disposal?
  9. What threatens the well-being of humans?
  10. Why does climate change occur?
  11. What is leading to the loss of biodiversity?
  12. What do the forests produce?
  13. What does urban sprawl refer to?
  14. What does it result in?
  15. What does ozone layer protect us from?

Exercise I. Look through the 10 major environmental problems. Match them with their definitions and translate.

  1. pollution
  1. a reduction of any of the materials such as water, coal, and wood that exist in nature and can be used by people
  1. global warming
  1. a permanent change in the Earth’s weather conditions
  1. overpopulation
  1. the spread of city buildings and houses into an area that used to be countryside, or the area in which this has happened
  1. natural resource depletion
  1. the cutting or burning down of all the trees in an area
  1. waste disposal
  1. the process of making air, water, soil etc dangerously dirty and not suitable for people to use
  1. climate change
  1. the fact of no longer having the variety of plants and animals in a particular place
  1. loss of biodiversity
  1. when there are too many people living in a particular place
  1. deforestation
  1. reduction in a layer of gases in the sky that prevents harmful radiation from the sun from reaching the Earth
  1. urban sprawl
  1. a general increase in world temperatures caused by increased amounts of carbon dioxide around the Earth
  1. ozone layer depletion
  1. the process of getting rid of unwanted materials or substances

Key: 1. e; 2. i; 3. g; 4. a; 5. j; 6. b; 7. f; 8. d; 9. c; 10. h.


Exercise II. Complete the following sentences with some of the words from Exercise I.

  1. _______________ is loosely defined as when resources are used up in an area.
  2. Huge tourist attractions have produced choking ________.
  3. However, it has not yet been established that _________ is due to excessive combustion of fossil fuels.
  4. Some parts of tropical America have seen over 70% ____________.
  5. An overwhelming scientific consensus maintains that ___________ is due primarily to the human use of fossil fuels.
  6. Uncontrolled _______ is introducing a growing amount of pollutants and contaminants into ecosystems and food chains
  7. _______________ is one of the country’s most pressing social problems.
  8. The company claims it is not responsible for the ___________ of the river.

Key: 1. natural resource depletion; 2. urban sprawl; 3. global warming; 4. deforestation; 5. climate change; 6. waste disposal; 7. overpopulation; 8. pollution.


Exercise III. Discuss the ways to improve the environment. Make a list of steps humanity can do to reduce its harmful effects on the Planet.

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