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Welcome to our class. ENGLISH 11. Unit 11 : SOURCES OF ENERGY Lesson D: WRITING. Before you write:. Task 1: Work in pairs and answer the questions: 1. What does the chart show? 2. Does it describe the past, the present, or the future?

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ENGLISH 11

Unit 11: SOURCES OF ENERGY

Lesson D: WRITING

Before you write:

1. What does the chart show?

2. Does it describe the past, the present, or the future?

3. Which made up the largest amount of consumption: petroleum, coal, or nuclear and hydroelectricity?

4. Which consumption ranked the second?

5. Which made up the smallest amount of consumption?

Fill in the gaps with the information from the chart:

The chart shows the energy consumption in Highland in 2000. As can be seen, the solar energy consumption was (1) _____ million tons. Petroleum made up the largest amount of this figure (57 million tons). This was followed by the consumption of (2) _____ (40 million tons). Nuclear and hydroelectricity made up the (3) _____ amount of energy consumption (20 million tons).

117

coal

smallest

Useful language

- The chart shows/ describes…: biểu đồ cho thấy…

- As can be seen, ….: có thể thấy rằng…

- This was followed by the consumption of….: tiếp theo là mức tiêu thụ của

• …made up the largest/ smallest amount of….:… chiếm số lượng lớn nhất/ ít nhất là…

- The consumption of … was lower/ higher than it was in…: tiêu thụ… thì thấp hơn/ cao hơn so với năm…

- The … consumption increased/ decreased in…: tiêu thụ… tăng/ giảm vào năm…

While you write:

Task 2: Continue your description of the trends in energy consumption in 2005 from the chart:

The chart shows the energy consumption in Highland in 2005. As can be seen, the total energy consumption was _____ million tons. Nuclear and hydroelectricity made up the largest amount of this figure (75 million tons). This was followed by the consumption of ________ (50 million tons). Coal made up the _______ amount of energy consumption (45 million tons).

170

petroleum

smallest

While you write:

Work in pairs to answer the following questions

• Was the total energy consumption in 2005 higher or lower than it was in 2000?
• - The total consumption in 2005 was higher than it was in 2000.
• 2. How many tons was Nuclear and hydroelectricity consumed in 2005? Was it lower or higher than it was in 2000?
• - 75 tons nuclear and hydroelectricity was consumed in 2005. It was higher than it was in 2000.

While you write:

• 3. Was the consumption of coal in 2005 lower or higher than it was in 2000?
• - The consumption of coal in 2005 was lower than it was in 2000.
• 4. Was petroleum consumption in 2005 lower or higher than it was in 2000?
• - Petroleum consumption in 2005 was lower than it was in 2000.

After you write:

Work in groups to write a paragraph to describe the energy consumption in Highland in 2000 and in 2005.

• The total consumption in 2005 was higher than it was in 2000. –
• 75 tons nuclear and hydroelectricity was consumed in 2005. It was higher than it was in 2000.
• - The consumption of coal in 2005 was lower than it was in 2000.
• - Petroleum consumption in 2005 was lower than it was in 2000.

After you write:

The chart shows the energy consumption in Highland in 2000 and 2005. As can be seen, the total energy consumption in 2005 was 170 million tons. So it was higher than it was in 2000 (117 million tons). In 2005, nuclear and hydroelectricity made up the largest amount of this figure (75 million tons). This was followed by the consumption of petroleum (50 million tons). Both of them were higher than they were in 2000. However, coal decreased the amount of the energy consumption (from 57 million tons in 2000 to 50 million tons).

Homework:

• Do the writing again at home.
• 2. Prepare for the new lesson.