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Listening. Poem. The Place Where I Live. Exercises. 1 2 3. What’s the weather like?. Geography. River. Mountains. IPSAA “A. Serpieri” sede Castel di Sangro Classe I A – A.S. 2010/2011- Prof. Paolini Marco. Geography. Match the following words to the correspondent number

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The place where i live

Listening

Poem

The Place Where I Live

Exercises

1 2 3

What’s the weather like?

Geography

River

Mountains

IPSAA “A. Serpieri” sede Castel di Sangro

Classe I A – A.S. 2010/2011- Prof. Paolini Marco


Geography

Geography

Match the following words to the correspondent number

Glacier – Grassland – lake –river – valley – gorge – hill – mountain – stream – waterfall


River

RIVER

  • The terms refer to rivers. Match each word 1-6 to its meaning (a-f) and write your ansers in the box next to the correct part of the picture

  • Source a. The direction of the movement taken by a river

  • Mouth b. A stream or a river that flows into a larger one

  • Course c. An area where a river divides into branches before entering the sea

  • Tributary d. the land along the sides of a river or lake

  • Delta e. The place where a river joins the sea

  • River banks f. The place where a river or a stream starts


Mountains

Mountains

  • The terms refer to parts of a mountain. Match each word 1-6 to its meaning (a-f) and write your ansers in the box next to the correct part of the picture

    1)Summit 2) A water fall 3) A hill 4) A lake

    5)A glacier 6) A valley

    a. is a mass of ice which moves very slowly down a valley

    b. is the top of a mountain

    c. is the land between two lines of hills or mountains

    d. is a area of land higher than the land around it but lower than a mountain

    e. is water that falls down over rocks

    f. is a body of water surrounded by land


What s the weather like in

What’s the Weather like in….?

Spring

Summer

Winter

Autumn


In spring it s

In Spring it’s….

What do farmers have to do?

spread manure

They Have to sow vegetables

set insect traps

manage weeds

Ramw ________

Dniyw ________

Thbrig ________

Nusyn ________

Moytrs ________

Zeyerb ________

Dilm ________

What happens in spring?

Seeds germnate and plants begin to grow T F

Days Become longer and hotter T F

Leaves fall off trees T F

Plants and trees are dormant T F

Rain, frost and snow alternate T F

Most Fruit trees blossom T F

Most fruits and vegetables ripen T F

Days become shorte and shorter T F

Unscramble the letters to make an English word


In summer it s

In Summer it’s…

What do farmers have to do?

irrigate fields

harvest wheat

They have to thresh corn

bale hay

pick fruit

  • Unscramble the letters to make an English word

    Toh _______

    Ygugm _______

    Zayh _______

    Ryd _______

    Gilinob _______

What happens in summer?

Seeds germnate and plants begin to grow T F

Days Become longer and hotter T F

Leaves fall off trees T F

Plants and trees are dormant T F

Rain, frost and snow alternate T F

Most Fruit trees blossom T F

Most fruits and vegetables ripen T F

Days become shorte and shorter T F


In winter it s

In Winter it’s….

What do farmers have to do?

keep on pruning

control tools

They have to till the soil for sowing in the spring

perform repairs on buildings

  • Unscramble the letters to make an English word

    Dolc __________

    Wyons __________

    Yci __________

    Zeginref __________

    Lylihc ________-_

    Rovestac __________

What happens in winter?

Seeds germnate and plants begin to grow T F

Days Become longer and hotter T F

Leaves fall off trees T F

Plants and trees are dormant T F

Rain, frost and snow alternate T F

Most Fruit trees blossom T F

Most fruits and vegetables ripen T F

Days become shorte and shorter T F


In autumn it s

In Autumn it’s…

What do farmers have to do?

plough

fertilize

sow seeds

They have to pick grapes and fruits

store crops

prune fruit tree

Unscramble the letters to make an English word

Loco _______

Twe _______

Ysmit _______

Ouldcy _______

Nairy ________

What happens in autumn?

Seeds germnate and plants begin to grow T F

Days Become longer and hotter T F

Leaves fall off trees T F

Plants and trees are dormant T F

Rain, frost and snow alternate T F

Most Fruit trees blossom T F

Most fruits and vegetables ripen T F

Days become shorte and shorter T F


Excercise 1

Excercise 1

Read carefully the information about Mount Matterhorn (Cervino). The Complete the tetx below adding the missing information

Elevation in metres: 4,478 mt

Location: Central Alps

Best climbing period: From July to September

Year first climbed: 1865

First climber: Edward Whymper

Nearby villages: Zermatt, Switzerland, Breuil, Italy

The Matterhorn is a ______________ in the _______________. It is ________________ metres high. It was first climber in ___________ by ________________. You can climb the _______________ Matterhorn starting from Breuil in ________________ or from Zermatt in _______________. The two villages are both in the _______________ part of Europe. The best period to climb Mount Matterhorn goes from __________ to ________.


Exercise 2

Exercise 2

Describe what the weather is like in the city of your choice. Use the hints below:

The weather in (city) is (weather). Farmers can (activity)


Earth song by michael jackson

Earth Song by Michael Jackson

What about _______ We've turned kingdoms to dust What about _______ Have we lost thier trust What about crying ______ We're ravaging the seas What about forest ________ Burnt despite our pleas

What about the holy ______ Torn apart by creed What about the common ______ Can't we set him free What about children ______

Can't you hear them cry Where did we go ______ Someone tell me why What about ________ What about the days What about all their _______ What about the man What about the crying ______ What about Abraham What about death ________ Do we give a damn

I used to _____ I used to glance beyond the stars Now I don't know where we _____ Although I know we've drifted far Hey, what about _________

What about the seas

The heavens are falling ______

I can't even breathe What about ______ I need you What about nature's ______ It's our planet's womb

What about _______? What about rain? What about all the ______ That you said we were to gain? What about killing ______? Is there a time? What about all the ______ That you said were yours and mine? Did you ever stop to _______ All the blood we've shed before? Did you ever stop to ______ This crying Earth, these weeping shores? What have we done to the _____? Look what we've done What about all the ______ That you pledge your only son? What about flowering _____? Is there a time? What about all the ______ That you said was yours and mine? Did you ever stop to ______ All the children dead from war? Did you ever stop to _____ This crying earth, these weeping shores?


The daffodils by w wordsworth

The Daffodils by W. Wordsworth

The waves beside them danced; but theyOut-did the sparkling waves in glee:A poet could not but be gay,In such a jocund company:I gazed---and gazed---but little thoughtWhat wealth the show to me had brought:For oft, when on my couch I lieIn vacant or in pensive mood,They flash upon that inward eyeWhich is the bliss of solitude;And then my heart with pleasure fills,And dances with the daffodils.

  • I wandered lonely as a cloudThat floats on high o'er vales and hills,When all at once I saw a crowd,A host, of golden daffodils;Beside the lake, beneath the trees,Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.Continuous as the stars that shineAnd twinkle on the milky way,They stretched in never-ending lineAlong the margin of a bay:Ten thousand saw I at a glance,Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.


Exercise 3

Exercise 3

Write a short letter. Begin with:

I look out of my window and I see…..


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