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Unit 4, Module 2 Wildlife Protection. Reading task on P65 And writing task on p67. Reading task on P65. We call it _________. Milu deer. Information for research into Milu deer. like other deer but with large horns. live together, eat grass and tree branches; like cool, wet weather.

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unit 4 module 2 wildlife protection

Unit 4, Module 2Wildlife Protection

Reading task on P65

And writing task on p67

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Information for research into Milu deer

like other deer but with large horns

live together, eat grass and tree branches; like cool, wet weather

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over-hunted and killed

live happily and number increased

in 1985 the government of China asked for some to be returned to China, the Duke of Bedford was happy to agree

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great increase in number and several Milu deer centres have been set up

an increase in the friendship and understanding between China and Britain

study the picture on page 67 first from the following aspects
Study the picture on page 67 first from the following aspects:
  • What things have been done for the birds: the birds have large are to enjoy themselves, enough food to eat, house to rest, many trees to stay on; the environment there is clean and quiet; What the visitors are allowed to do and not allowed to do: the visitors hide in the bush, they are not allowed to disturb these birds; they can take photos of these birds
discuss the questions in suggested writing plan
Discuss the questions in suggested writing plan:
  • 1. Decide on an area that can be turned into a bird watching place
  • (a. Park or garden; b. A piece of wood far from the city; c. Beside some lake or sea; d. Nature reserve; e. Village or countryside)
  • 2. Brainstorm some ideas for attracting birds to the area
  • (a. Plant more trees; b. Prohibit sound pollution. Ask people not to drive to that area, keep quiet)
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3. Think about what birds need. Make a plan to improve this place.

  • 4. Draw a mind map the one below and show what you need to do to attract birds.
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Sample writing

Plan to encourage more birds to visit the waste area near the park

There are few birds in our town and we would like to encourage them to return to live here. We found there was a dirty area near the park. We cleared all the

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rubbish away. Then we began to plan our new design for the area.

First, we made a plan and a drawing to show what the area would be like when it was finished.

Then we asked our parents to make the birdhouses and feeding trays.

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We decided that the bird tables should be made of wood because they will need to last a long time outside. The feeding trays should be put on the tables or hung from the braches of the trees so the birds can easily get at them. Also the bird watchers need to see the birds

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eating. The nesting boxes should be hung from the trees so the birds can feel safe about their eggs. Bird nests should not be put close to the ground or cats or other animals will be able to take the eggs. The water containers
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should be put in the open sir so they can be changed without the birds getting upset or too excited. The observers should be put behind low bushes so they can see the birds but not upset them.
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课堂练习

Revision of the Passive Voice

  • Every year over 29,000 antelopes ________ (kill) in Tibet.

are killed

---Present Simple

2. In the past, the elephants __________ (kill) by farmers.

were killed

---Past Simple

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3. In the past twenty years, a large number of bamboo areas ______________ (set up) to help pandas grow.

have been set up

---Present Perfect

4. Nearly all the Milu deer _____________ (kill) before they were brought back from UK.

had been killed

---Past Perfect

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5. At present a new home ____________ (build) for pandas.

is being built

---Present Continuous

6. WWF hopes that more and more wild animals _______________ (protect) in the future.

will be protected

---Future Simple

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Assignment

Checking yourself

1. What do you know about wildlife?

2. What can we do to help protect wildlife?

3. Please try to name as many animals as you can.

4. Summarize phrases used to express intentions and purpose.