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1st ear lessons UNIT 05 PART 02

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مُساهمة من طرف زائر الثلاثاء 24 مارس - 15:30:20

3.  Join each pair of sentences below using the connector provided in brackets:
a. Factories and vehicles release gases into the air / the atmosphere is full of pollution (as)
b. CFCs destroy the ozone layer / the UV rays aren’t filtered (as a consequence)
c. The atmosphere is loaded with acids / acid rains destroy forests (therefore)
d. The UV rays reach the surface of the earth / people suffer from skin cancer (since)
Key:
a. As factories and vehicles release gases into the air, the atmosphere is full of pollution.
b. The UV rays aren’t filtered; as a consequence, CFCs destroy the ozone layer.
c. The atmosphere is loaded with acids. Therefore, acid rains destroy forests.
d. People suffer from skin cancer since the UV rays reach the surface of the earth.
 
 
1.     Read the table below and make as many sentences as you can. Start like this:

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Key:
Ø  Expressing cause:
1-      The main cause of acid rain is acid gas emission from power stations and cars.
2-      The ozone layer is destroyed because of CFCs.
3-      Air pollution comes from factory and vehicle emissions.
4-      Marine life is damaged since there are sewage and oil spills.
5-      Lung and skin diseases result from factory and vehicle emissions.
 
Ø  Expressing consequence:
1-      The main effect of toxic wastes is the creation of ‘earth pollution’.
2- Trees are cut down in great numbers; consequently, most rainforests are destroyed.
3- Factory and vehicle emissions lead to lung and skin diseases.
4- Factories emit acid gases. Thus, trees and aquatic life are killed.
 
Cause expressions and link words:
The major/main cause – come from – as – since – because – because of – due to – owing to- result from
Consequence expressions and link words:
The main/major effect/reason – as a consequence – as a result – consequently –lead to– thus – therefore – for
 
 
Write it Out:
Now use the information in the box above to complete the two paragraphs below:
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Key:
There are four different types of pollution. Firstly, there is air pollution. Its major cause is factory and vehicle emissions. Secondly, we have water pollution. This pollution results from sewage and oil spills. Thirdly, there is earth pollution. It comes from toxic waste. Finally, there is noise pollution. It is due mainly to cars and factories.
Pollution is a very serious problem because most of it comes from machines, which man has invented to satisfy his daily needs. For example, we use cars to travel from one place to another; however, these cars release gases into the air. Two of the consequences of this pollution are lung and skin diseases.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sequence Three:  Developing Skills.
 
By the end of this sequence, pupils should be able to:
-conduct a meeting;
-read and respond to an advertisement;
-write an advertisement;
-recognise and mark intonation in yes/no  and wh- questions;
-write the minutes of a meeting.
 
 
 
(P 136 - 137)
 
1.     Complete the table with information from the dialogues below:
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Key:  when conducting a meeting, we often use:
Starting words
An abrupt interruption
An expression for dealing with interruptions
Right, Well, SoI disagree with you.Just a minute. Let her finish, Peter.
 
2.      Find in the tactics summary on page 137 an expression that could make Peter’s interruption in the conversation above less abrupt:

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Key:
     Expressions that could make an interruption in a conversation less abrupt are:
               Just a minute! / Can I come in here? / Could I say something?
 
3.     Now listen to the dialogue and complete the minutes below:
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Key:
A- Building car parks outside the town.
B- Making public transport cheaper in town.
C- Making parking expensive in the centre of the town.
 
 
 
 
4.      Group work: use the tactics summary above to prepare a dialogue about any environment problem that your town or country faces. Conduct the meeting in turns:

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Key:
 
5.      Write down the minutes of your meeting. Use the minutes on page 136 as a model and include the following details:

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Key:
 
 
(P 138 - 139)
 
1.      Read the text carefully and answer the questions below:

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2.     1st ear lessons UNIT 05 PART 02 C:\Users\win7\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_image009 What’s the writer’s purpose? Circle the correct letter in the box and indicate your degree of certainty by ticking (       ) in one of the boxes:

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Key:
The writer's purpose is to…
Degree of certainty
   1         2         3         4          5
a. persuade the reader of the value of the product
b. inform the reader that the product is not harmful to nature
c. describe the chemical composition of the product
d. explain the importance of the product
e. exhort the reader tp use the product
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3.      Read the definitions of text type below. Then find what type of text the advert on page 138 is. Justify your answer:
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Key:
          It is an argumentative text because the author wants to persuade potential buyers that ECOCLEAN is a ‘green’ product.
Type of the text
Why?
Argumentative
Descriptive
Narrative
Expository
Developing ideas in order to persuade.
Describing people, objects,…
Telling about an event or a series of events.
Stating and explaining facts.
 
4.     1st ear lessons UNIT 05 PART 02 C:\Users\win7\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_image0161st ear lessons UNIT 05 PART 02 C:\Users\win7\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_image017 Listen to these sentences from the text above and mark their intonation with the appropriate arrow (          ):
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1st ear lessons UNIT 05 PART 02 C:\Users\win7\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_image019Key:
1st ear lessons UNIT 05 PART 02 C:\Users\win7\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_image020- Want to do more to help the environment but not sure of?
- Or think it’s going to be expensive or too much time an effort?
 
5.      Rewrite the two questions above to make them more grammatically correct:

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Key:
- Do you want to do more to help the environment and you don’t know how?
- Or do you think it’s going to be expensive or it’s too much time an effort?
 
6.      What type of register (formal, informal) does the author use? What for?

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Key:
The author uses an informal/idiomatic register/style because s/he addresses the general public, such as housewives. S/he wants to make his/her message sympathetic. His/her purpose is to make him / herself understood and thus attract as many customers as possible.
 
7.      Use the information in the box to write a “green” advert about the use of the cloth bag below:
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Key:
 
 
Stop and Consider:
 
By the end of this sequence, pupils should be able to:
-use conditional types 0, 1 and 2;
-form adjectives using suffixes [-al], [-ic] [-cal]…
-use quantity words: most, all…
 
(p 140)
 
1.      Read the reminder below and note the rule for using “if”:
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                                      Reminder [Conditional type 0]
-"IF" introduces a condition which can be true at any time.
-If (verb in present simple), (verb in present simple)
-If = when
 
2.       Match each of the conditions (1, 2, 3…) in column A with its result in column B (a, b, c…) to build a coherent sentence using “if”. Make any necessary changes:

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Key:          
1- If/when plants do not get water, they die. (b)




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