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  • ENDANGERED SPECIES
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  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 tigers tortoise elephants parrot lion monkeys mosquito camel rhinoceros Which of them are in danger of becoming extinct?
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  • TASK 1: Work in pairs. Match the word with its best definitions. (page 108)
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  • Extinction a. The existence of a large number of different kinds of animals and plants that make a balanced environment. b. the act of preventing something from being lost, wasted, damaged or destroyed. c. a situation in which a plant, an animal, a way of life, etc. stops existing. d. the natural environment in which a plant or animal live. Biodiversity Habitat conservation
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  • TASK 2: Work in groups. Find evidence in the passage to support these statements. 1. Pollution is one of the main causes of species extinction. 2. Species diversity has provided humans with so many essential things. 3. There are a number of ways to help save endangered species. - The first sentence of the second passage. - The third passage. - The forth passage.
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  • TASK 3: Work in pairs. Choose A, B, C or D to complete the following sentences about the reading passage.
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  • Game: lucky animals animals
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  • Sentence 1 The number of species around the globe threatened with extinction is over.. a.7,200 b.8,300 c.1,600 d.15,000
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  • Sentence 2 Which of the following is not mentioned as a primary cause of species extinction? a.Pollution b.Natural selection c.Habitat destruction d.Overexploitation b. Natural selection
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  • Sentence 3 The Red List is a special book that provides names of. Animals. a.Vulnerable and endangered b.Hunted c.Endangered d.extinct a. Vulnerable and endangered
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  • Sentence 4 The development of wildlife habitat reserves helps.. a.Save a large number of endangered species b.Make a list of endangered species c.Enact laws to protect wildlife d.Develop commercial trade and over hunting a.Save a large number of endangered species
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  • Sentence 5 The best title for the passage is... a.Endangered Species and Conservation Measures b.Endangered Species and their Benefits c.The Global Extinction Crisis d.Endangered Species Extinction: Causes and Conservation Measures d. Endangered Species Extinction: Causes and Conservation Measures
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  • Task 3: answer the following questions: (work in group in 5 minutes) 1.What are the main causes of extinction or endangerment? 2. How important is biodiversity for humans? 3. What should we do to conserve endangered species?
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  • 1.What are the main causes of extinction or endangerment? 2. How important is biodiversity for humans? The main causes of extinction or endangerment are habitat destruction, commercial exploitation and pollution. Biodiversity is important for humans as it provides food, clear air, water fertile soil and other products.
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  • 3. What should we do to conserve endangered species? To conserve endangered species, wild animals habitat mustnt be destroyed. We should raise our awareness of conservations needs. Laws should be enacted to protect wildlife from commercial trade and overhunting.
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  • Find the main idea of each paragraph.
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  • II While you read Read the text then do the task follow. Endangered species are plant and animal species which are in danger of extinction, Over 8,300 plant species and 7,200 animal species around the globe are threatened with extinction, and many thousands more become extinct each year before biologists can identify them. The primary causes of species extinction are habitat destruction, commercial exploitation and pollution. The drainage of wetlands, cutting the forests, urbanization and road and dam construction have destroyed or seriously damaged natural habitats. Since the 1600s, world commercial exploitation of animals for food and other products has seriously reduced the number of rare species. Toxic chemicals in the air and land, contaminated water and increased water temperatures have also driven many species to the verge of extinction. Plant and animal extinction lead to loss of biodiversity. Maintaining biodiversity is important for us in many ways. For example, humans depend on species diversity to have food, clean air and water, and fertile soil for agriculture. In condition, we benefit greatly from the many medicines and other products that biodiversity provides. Different conservation efforts have been made in order to save endangered species. The Red List animal global list of endangered and vulnerable animal species has been introduced to raise peoples awareness of conservation needs. Governments have enacted laws to protect wildlife from commercial trade and overhunting. A number of wildlife habitat reserves have been established so that animal wide range of endangered species and have animal chance to survive and develop 1. Pollution is one of the main causes of extinction 1. Pollution is one of the main causes of extinction
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  • II While you read Read the text then do the task follow. Endangered species are plant and animal species which are in danger of extinction, Over 8,300 plant species and 7,200 animal species around the globe are threatened with extinction, and many thousands more become extinct each year before biologists can identify them. The primary causes of species extinction are habitat destruction, commercial exploitation and pollution. The drainage of wetlands, cutting the forests, urbanization and road and dam construction have destroyed or seriously damaged natural habitats. Since the 1600s, world commercial exploitation of animals for food and other products has seriously reduced the number of rare species. Toxic chemicals in the air and land, contaminated water and increased water temperatures have also driven many species to the verge of extinction. Plant and animal extinction lead to loss of biodiversity. Maintaining biodiversity is important for us in many ways. For example, humans depend on species diversity to have food, clean air and water, and fertile soil for agriculture. In condition, we benefit greatly from the many medicines and other products that biodiversity provides. Different conservation efforts have been made in order to save endangered species. The Red List animal global list of endangered and vulnerable animal species has been introduced to raise peoples awareness of conservation needs. Governments have enacted laws to protect wildlife from commercial trade and overhunting. A number of wildlife habitat reserves have been established so that animal wide range of endangered species and have animal chance to survive and develop 2. Species diversity has provided humans with so many essential things 2. Species diversity has provided humans with so many essential things
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  • II While you read Read the text then do the task follow. Endangered species are plant and animal species which are in danger of extinction, Over 8,300 plant species and 7,200 animal species around the globe are threatened with extinction, and many thousands more become extinct each year before biologists can identify them. The primary causes of species extinction are habitat destruction, commercial exploitation and pollution. The drainage of wetlands, cutting the forests, urbanization and road and dam construction have destroyed or seriously damaged natural habitats. Since the 1600s, world commercial exploitation of animals for food and other products has seriously reduced the number of rare species. Toxic chemicals in the air and land, contaminated water and increased water temperatures have also driven many species to the verge of extinction. Plant and animal extinction lead to loss of biodiversity. Maintaining biodiversity is important for us in many ways. For example, humans depend on species diversity to have food, clean air and water, and fertile soil for agriculture. In condition, we benefit greatly from the many medicines and other products that biodiversity provides. Different conservation efforts have been made in order to save endangered species. The Red List animal global list of endangered and vulnerable animal species has been introduced to raise peoples awareness of conservation needs. Governments have enacted laws to protect wildlife from commercial trade and overhunting. A number of wildlife habitat reserves have been established so that animal wide range of endangered species and have animal chance to survive and develop 3. There are number of ways to help save endangered species
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  • Read the paragraph 1 and jot down some new words! Endangered species are plant and animal species which are in danger of extinction. Over 8,300 plant species and 7,200 animal species around the globe are threatened with extinction, and many thousands more becom