Описание презентации по отдельным слайдам:
Национальные парки мира. Употребление соединительных слов в сложноподчиненных предложениях.
Цели урока: Систематизировать и обобщить знания по изученному материалу. Продолжить совершенствовать технику чтения. Формировать навыки монологической и диалогической речи. Закрепить умения учащихся в использовании союзных слов в сложноподчиненных предложениях. Тренировать уч-ся в выполнении творческих работ. Воспитывать любовь к природе и стремление защитить ее для будущих поколений. Тип урока: урок обобщения и систематизации Форма проведения: урок-путешествие Оборудование: компьютер, презентация, конверты с заданиями, фишки, плакат, словари, учебник, рабочая тетрадь.
Today we’re going to have an unusual lesson. We’ll have an interesting trip to the national parks of the English-speaking countries. During our lesson we’ll revise the previous lexical and grammar material, and of course you’ll do some exercises to practise your speaking and writing skills.
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1. Geographical outlook of the Great Barrier Reef 2. The main habitats of the Great Barrier Reef 3. Main types of the islands of the reef 4. The Marine Park. 5. Opportunities for tourists visiting the Great Barrier Park.
The great Barrier Reef consists of more than 3,400 individual reefs and 700 islands stretching a distance of 2,300 km from Torres Strait to Lady Elliot Islands. With the continental shelf not far below the ocean’s surface, and washed by the waters of the South Pacific Ocean, the perfect environment was created for the world’s largest system of coral reefs. The conditions and water temperature are ideal for colonies of tiny coral polyps. They create this unique marine environment where the most colourful of the sea’s life forms live so close to the surface that most can be easily observed.
Beneath the turquoise tropical waters there is a world of activity as millions of tiny animals live out their lives building the reef. Corals are among the most beautiful of marine organisms. When they colonise a site, they develop the colours and complex structures for which the reef is renowned. Corals are simple, primitive organisms that have lived in tropical seas for about 500 million years. While the size, shape and colour of coral formations vary immensely, they are all the work of one type of creature. Just as beautiful as coral of the reef are the plants and animals that live there. About 1,500 species of fish are known to live in the reef region, and a half of them may be seen on a single reef.
The islands of the reef are of two main types: “low islands” and “continental islands”. Low islands are the coral cays formed by the accumulation of sand and coral parts. Examples are Green Island and Heron Island. Continental islands are the remnants of the mainland that have been cut off by the changes in the see level, and some lie quite close to the coast and rise from the water. Most have coral reefs around and are thickly vegetated. The shorelines of some continental islands have white sandy beaches and others are bordered by mangroves. The islands of the Whitsunday Group are among these continental islands.
The waters of the Great Barrier Reef were declared the Marine Park in 1975, helping to maintain and conserve a unique and particularly beautiful natural wonder. The Marine Park Authority limits human activity on the reef and allocates areas for a specific range of activities. This careful management of one of the wonders of the world will ensure it will be here for future generations to enjoy.
When you book a Great Barrier Reef tour you can sit on the deck and watch the birds, check out the islands, go snorkeling or diving. And if you’ve booked for a fishing trip you’ll even get to touch the inhabitants of the Reef. But whatever your reason for visiting the Reef, you are guaranteed to become immersed in a magical world captivated by marine life that in many cases is unique to the Great Barrier Reef.
Упр. 6, стр. 201 Keys: 1) c; 2) b; 3) a; 4) b); 5) a; 6) b; 7) b; 8) c
T: Join two sentences using the word in brackets. 1. This is Peter. His mother is a famous singer. (whose) 2. You were talking to a woman. She is my neighbour. (who) 3. Bristol is a city. I lived there when I was young. (where) 4. The shop is near my house. I bought this dress there. (where) 5. The best time to visit this park is in spring. All the trees there are in blossom. (when) 6. The day was hot and sunny. We started our journey then. (when)
1. This is Peter whose mother is a famous singer. 2. You were talking to a woman who was my neighbour. 3. Bristol is a city where I lived when I was young. 4. The shop, where I bought this dress, is near my house. 5. The best time to visit this park is in spring when all the trees there are in blossom. 6. The day was hot and sunny when we started our journey.
Write a short composition: “What should we do to save the beauty of the nature”
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