1k Unit4 L3: The weather. Conditionals. Mini dialogues/ L4: Natural Disasters. Listening (ВШО Т5, у9-10)

Lesson3: The weather. Conditionals. Mini dialogue

Переглянь уважно навчальне відео та опрацюй конспект уроку, що доступний під відеороликом. Далі — виконай тестові завдання для самоконтролю.

Завдання 1 : THINK AND SAY

What’s the weather like in your place today?

What’s the weather forecast for the rest of the week?

How have you been feeling today?

Завдання 3: MINI DIALOGUE. Complete the dialogue with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

Paul Hi, Jack. What are you up to?

Jack I’m just doing some research on the Internet about climate change. Did you know
that if the planet (1) (continue) to get warmer, the polar ice caps will melt?

Paul I guess that’s obvious. After all, if you (2) (heat) ice, it (3) _
(melt).

Jack I bet you don’t know what causes climate change.

Paul I know that burning fossil fuels increases the planet’s temperature.

Jack That’s right, and if we (4) (not use) alternative sources of energy more,
we (5) (destroy) the planet.

Paul Yes, but they’re more expensive, aren’t they?

Jack Well, if I (6) (can), I (7) (make) fossil fuels more expensive
so that people wouldn’t use them.

Lesson 4: Natural Disasters. Listening

Переглянь уважно навчальне відео та опрацюй конспект уроку, що доступний під відеороликом. Далі — виконай тестові завдання для самоконтролю.

Завдання1: Зв’яжіть слова із значеннями, запішить в зошиті в скороченій формі (1а, 2р) і відправити вчителю. 4 бала

Завдання2: Перегляньте відеокліп і вирішіть, чи є ці твердження істинними чи хибними.
Напишіть T для True і F для False. Запішить в зошиті в скороченій формі (1Т, 2Т) і відправити вчителю. 8 балів

  1. Tornados usually move faster than 300 miles an hour.
  2. The part of a storm that produces the tornado is called the bear’s cage.
  3. Tim Samaras always finds time to admire the tornados he’s chasing.
  4. Carsten Peter says that photographing tornados is difficult because everything happens very fast.
  5. There are approximately 10,000 tornados in the US every year.
  6. Samaras takes about 20 seconds to place a probe, turn it on and run away.
  7. The storm chasers had great luck in Manchester, South Dakota.
  8. The probe used in Manchester didn’t produce any interesting data.

Завдання 3: Заповніть короткий зміст відеокліпу нижче, використовуючи ці слова.

Photographer Carsten Peter has an unusual interest. He travels with a group of tornado chasers and puts himself (1) into the path of tornados. His pictures might give meteorologists a better understanding of these huge storms and help them develop (2) 
 _ _ systems that will save people’s lives.

Some of the photographs that he produces are taken from a car travelling between 100 and 130 kms, just ahead of the storm. Things can change very (3) when you’re chasing a storm! Peter also wants to (4) to make visual records of storms using a piece of equipment called a photographic probe. Recently, Peter was with a storm-chasing team led by Tim Samaras. They placed their probes in the path of the (5) tornado. The weather probe performed as it was supposed to, but, unfortunately, the photographic probe caught images only of the edge of the storm, not the centre. At least it was still (6) _ _ after the storm had passed, which was amazing! Although it was disappointing that it hadn’t worked as expected, Peter explains that the closer he gets to his goal, the more interesting it is for him. He seems to have faith that they will get the good (7) they want the next time around, or maybe the time after that. He’s (8) _ _ to get the results he and the scientists need.

Додаткова практика Tornado Chase — QUISLET