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Unit 4 Wildlife Protection. Panda. Not enough food: loss of bamboo growing areas. Wolong Nature Reserve, Sichuan Province. Nearly all disappeared. About 70 after bamboo areas set up to help them grow. Tibetan antelope (藏羚羊). Red-crowned crane 丹顶鹤. South China Tiger 华南虎.

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panda
Panda

Not enough food: loss of bamboo growing areas

Wolong Nature Reserve, Sichuan Province

Nearly all disappeared

About 70 after bamboo areas set up to help them grow

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Listen for the main idea and fill in the blanks.

1.Pre-reading

Look at the title and the three pictures and guess or predict the main idea of the text.

flying

chair

The other day, Daisy with a ______ _____ went to several places. They firstly went to _____ to see the antelopes whose ___ is used to make ________. Then, they flew away quickly to another country to take ________ with an excited ________ who used to be hunt by the local _______, but now was well protected. After that, Daisy arrived at the ____ ______. She ______ with a _______ who rubbed itself so as to _______ itself from mosquitoes.

Tibet

fur

sweaters

pictures

elephant

farmers

rain

forest

talked

monkey

protect

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2.Fast reading : read the passage quickly and try to fill in the table below about Daisy’s journey (skim)

antelope

Tibet

(Para.1)

elephant

Zimbabwe

(Para.2-3)

monkey

Rain forest

(Para.4-5)

3 detailed reading scan now let s read the passage step by step
3.Detailed reading:(scan) now let’s read the passage step by step
  • Step one
  • Step two
  • Step three
step1 please read the first paragraph and do the exercise
Step1: Please read the first paragraph and do the exercise
  • True or false
  • Every year over Tibet antelopes are killed.
  • Daisy traveled by a flying chair.
  • Antelopes are killed for the wool that is taken from under their
  • In years antelopes may all be gone.

29,000

F

72,000

T

F

backs.

stomachs.

F

three

four

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As a result of illegal hunting, the number has been decreasing continuously and is now a mere 50,000 animals.

Little antelope could not

find his mother.

Tibet antelope

An animal living in

the tibetan plateau

step2 read paragraph two to three and answer the following questions
Step2:Read paragraph two to three and answer the following questions
  • How did life improve for the farmers in Zimbabwe?
  • How did it improve for the elephants and rhinos?
  • Why did the farmers come to like the

elephants and no longer hunt them?

the answers to the questions
The answers to the questions
  • How did life improve for the farmers in Zimbabwe?
  • How did it improve for the elephants and rhinos?
  • Why did the farmers come to like the elephants and no longer hunt them?

They made money when the tour companies applied to be allowed to hunt some animals for a fee.

They were no longer hunted by the farmers.

Because they could make money for the farmers.

step3 read the rest of the text and find the causes
Step3: Read the rest of the text and find the causes.
  • Why wasn’t the monkey bitten by mosquitoes?
  • Because the monkey _____ himself with a ______ ______.
  • Why?
  • Because a millipede insect contains a powerful ___which ____ mosquitoes.
  • Do you think that the rain forest has many useful things?

rubbed

millipede

insect

drug

affects

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The rain forest has so many useful things for human that people should pay much attention to them.

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4. Post-reading

Working in groups to sum up

Form groups of four.

Discuss the animals mentioned in the text and make comparisonbetween the life of them in the past and now, and find out the biggest difference. (antelopes, elephants & rhinos)

.

Then use one sentence to show the change of each animal’s life .

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Possible Version

The antelopes in Tibet that used to live in peace are now being killed for their fur.

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Elephants and rhinos that used to be hunted by local farmers, with the help of the government, are now being well protected and doing a lot for the local tourism.

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role play

The wildlife in our text have different and even terrible experiences , what do you think they will tell each other if two of them meet?

Choose your favorite wildlife in or out of the text and make a dialogue with your partner about their meeting.

sum up
Sum-up
  • 1. some new words and expressions:
  • Wildlife, protection, as a result, endanger, reserve, in peace, in danger, fur, antelope, stomach, rhino, apply, rub, protect from, mosquito, millipede, insect, contain, powerful, drug, affect, attention, pay attention to
  • 2. reading skills: prediction, skim, scan, sum-up.
  • 3. oral practice based on the topics of wildlife protection.
  • Homework: 1. Read the text thoroughly and try to memorize the new words and expressions.

2. Page 28, exercise 1,2,3.

i have a dream that
I have a dream that…
  • How is your feeling after you read the text?
  • Try to use the sentence pattern fullof emotion to share your feelings with your partner.
  • I have a dream that one day human beings and animals will live in peace.