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Poisonous plants – [‘poiznəs] ядовитые растения Fall down – [‘fol‘daun] сокращать Pasture – [‘pa:st∫ə] пастбище Anomalous weather conditions – [ə’nomələs] аномальные погодные условия Valuable – [‘væljuəbl] ценный Poacher – [‘pout∫ə] браконьер Poaching – [‘pout∫iŋ] браконьерство Population – [‘popju’lei∫n] популяция Feeding – [fi:diŋ] питание
Saigas inhabit Kalmykia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Saigas have a good eyesight, smell, but they have bad hearing. Saigas live six or eight years. They live in flocks. There are thirteen – seventeen thousand of saigas in Kalmykia. In Kalmykia we can meet saigas in Jashkulskiy, Chernozemelskiy, Ustinskiy and Iki-Burulskiy regions.
About eighty kinds of plants are eaten by saigas. Among them – cereal, tulip, wormwood, feather-grass, poisonous plants, etc. At the end of April the female gives birth to one or two young saigas. In two days to catch young saigas is very difficult. Three or four days later after the birth the young saigas begin to eat grass.
Saigas’ horns are very valuable in medicine. Nowadays the population of saigas is falling down. There are several reasons for it. The first – the mass poaching because of saigas’ horns. The second – attacks of wolves. The third – building of canals and pipelines which destroy pastures of saigas. The fourth – the anomalous weather conditions.
Saigas inhabit Kalmykia, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan (What?) Wolves always gather around the young saigas (Where?) There are thirteen – seventeen thousand of saigas in Kalmykia (How many?) People destroyed the saigas’ pastures? (Who?) The anomalous weather conditions will bring to saigas’ cutting down (Will?) People hunt saigas for their horns (Why?) At the end of April the saiga female gives birth to one or two young saigas (When?) Nowadays the population of saigas is falling down (Is…?)
The steppe is our Motherland. There is no writer who doesn’t have the poems or novels about saigas. Our ancestors (предки) said: “Who kills the saiga, will attract the misfortune to his family. Don’t kill the endangered animals! As the man treats (обращается) nature, so nature treats him. The saiga is the proud of the steppe! Take care of saigas!” G.G. Kukareka
Teacher:Good morning,students.I am glad to see you.The subject of our lesson is"Take care of saigas."You know,this year is announced as the Year of Saiga.And today we are going to talk about saigas and the influence of human activities on saigas,and we continue to practise asking questions.
You know,children,that we live in the world where there are a lot of ecological problems.Nowadays the global situation in ecology is serious you see.Many people all over the world are worried about it and discuss it in Russian,English,French and other languages.Not only grown-ups but teens.Today I d like to talk with you about one ecological problem-about saigas.Your task was to find the information about saigas and make reports.You were divided into three groups.I gave you three topics.It is high time to tell us about the given topics in brief and give suggestions how we can solve this problem.
One group reports, others-listen to,ask questions or add some information.But before we start listening to our reports,look at the screen to learn new vocabulary of the lesson.
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