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ACS 106. LANGUAGE LEADER / PRE-INTERMEDIATE. UNIT 11 : THE ENVIRONMENT. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bn8R_XqjjI0. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROZJmX73FF4. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING. SPEAKING . What are the effects of global warming ?.

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    1. ACS 106 LANGUAGE LEADER / PRE-INTERMEDIATE

    2. UNIT 11 : THE ENVIRONMENT http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bn8R_XqjjI0

    3. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROZJmX73FF4

    4. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING SPEAKING What are the effects of global warming? What are the causes of global warming? Is climate change a new phenomenon? The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    5. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY The Arctic (n.): is a polar region located at the northernmost part of the Earth The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    6. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Rainforests (n.): can be described as a tall, dense jungle.  The reason it is called a "rain" forest is because of the high amount of rainfall it gets per year.  The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    7. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY glaciers (n.): are made up of fallen snow that, over many years, compresses into large, thickened ice masses The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    8. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Sea ice (n.): Sea ice is frozen seawater. Because ice is less dense than liquid water, sea ice floats on the ocean's surface The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    9. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Sea levels (n.): The level of the ocean's surface. Sea level at a particular location changes regularly with the tides and irregularly due to conditions such as wind and currents. The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    10. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Coral reefs (n.): underwater structures made from calcium carbonate secreted by corals. Coral reefs are colonies of tiny animals found in marine waters that contain few nutrients. The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    11. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Temperature (n.): a numerical measure of hot or cold. The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    12. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Drought (n.): Droughts are caused by lack of rain over a long period of time The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    13. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Extreme (adj): outermost or farthest Extreme weather (n. Phr.): The Arctic rainforests glaciers sea ice Sea levels coral reefs temperature drought extreme weather

    14. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Global warming(n. Phr.): An increase in the average temperature of the earth's atmosphere, especially a sustained increase sufficient to cause climatic change. e.g. Glaciers are melting because of global warming.

    15. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Weather (n.): the temperature and other conditions such as sun, rain and wind e.g. What’s the weather like? The weather turned bitterly cold.

    16. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Plants (n.): a living thing that has leaves and roots and grows in earth, especially one that is smaller than a tree. e.g. Don’t forget to water the plants.

    17. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Climate (n.): typical weather conditions in a particular area e.g. Mediterranean has a warm climate. Russia’s climate is cold

    18. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Current (adj): happening or existing now =present e.g. Current events The current president of the USA is Obama.

    19. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY Regularly (adv): at the same time each day,week, month, etc. e.g. We meet regularly, once a month.

    20. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING VOCABULARY rapid(adj): happenning or done very quickly in a very short time =fast, quick e.g. The patient made a rpid recovery.

    21. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING READING Read the essay & do the practice.

    22. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING LISTENING Listen to the documentary & do the practice.

    23. 11.1. GLOBAL WARMING SPEAKING We cannot stop global warming . It’s too late. There should be an extra eco-tax on fligths. My government has been doing a lot to reduce global warming. The way I live my life is bad for the environment. Wind farms are ugly and shouldn’t be built in beautiful places. Nuclear power is the ebst way to replace fossil fuel power.

    24. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY

    25. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY

    26. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY Bottle Box Can/tin Carton Jar Packet Pot Tube

    27. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY

    28. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY • Match Macth these materials with the containers Aluminium Cardboard Glass Metal Paper Plastic

    29. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT READING What do you do with containers when they are empty?

    30. VOCABULARY 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT Stop off (phr v.): to make a short visit to a place during a journey, especially to rest or to see someone. e.g. We can stop off and see you on your way back.

    31. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY pick up (phr v.): to lift sth or someone up e.g. He picked up the letter and read it

    32. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY cut down (phr v.): to reduce the amount of sth e.g. You should cut down smoking; it’s very unhealthy

    33. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY throw away (phr v.): to get rid of sth that you donot want or need e.g. I never throw clothes away Throw away the rubbish every evening

    34. VOCABULARY 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT give out (phr v.): To distribute, hand out e.g. :Can you give the drinks outi please?

    35. VOCABULARY 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT end up (phr v.):  finally be or do something e.g. He ended up marrying his high school sweetheart He came for a coffee and we ended up having a meal together

    36. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY go up (phr v.):to increase in price, amount, level, etc. e.g. Train fares have gone up. The price of gold has gone up recently.

    37. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY break up (phr v.):to seperate sth into several smaller parts e.g. Plastic rubbish doesn’t break up easily

    38. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY find out (phr v.):to get information, after trying to discover it or by chance e.g. To find out more, visit our website I need to find out more about the movie

    39. VOCABULARY 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT write down (phr v.):to write sth on a piece of paper e.g. This is the adress. Do you want to write it down?

    40. VOCABULARY 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT give back (phr v.): to give sth to the person it belongs to or the person who gave it to you =to return: e.g. He gave me back my book This isn’t your money and you must give it back

    41. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY watch out (phr v.):To be careful or on the alert; take care. e.g. Watch out! There ‘s a hole there! What problems should I watch out for when buying an old house?

    42. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY look after (phr v.):To take care of e.g. He looked after his younger brother. Don’t worry, I’ll look after the kids tomorrow

    43. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT VOCABULARY hold up (phr v.): to delay sth or somebody e.g. Sorry I’m late- I was held up at work

    44. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT READING Read the e-mail & do the practice.

    45. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT READING 2c. Find what they refer to : This (line 8) The wrapping of the coconut in this way

    46. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT READING 2c. Find what they refer to : it (line 17) packaging

    47. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT READING 2c. Find what they refer to : These (line 46) Biodegradable materials

    48. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT READING 2c. Find what they refer to : it (line 53) The amount of packaging waste recovered

    49. 11.2. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT READING 2c. Find what they refer to : That (line 62) The rubbish bag still existing hundreds of years from now