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    Unit 10. Ecotourism. Lesson 8. Looking back - project

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    Unit 10. ECOTOURISM Lesson 8. Looking back & Project * INTRODUCE
    Objectives:
    Objectives * By the end of the lesson Ss are able to: Pronounce correctly three-syllable words related to the topic Ecotourism. Do the exercises on Conditional sentences Types 1 and 2 Developing the skills: Reading - Speaking - Listening - Writing. A. LOOKING BACK
    * Content of Looking Back:
    A. LOOKING BACK Pronunciation Vocabulary Grammar I. Pronunciation
    Word Stress Rules:
    Words ending in /-tion/, /-ic/, /ical/, /-ial/ and /-ity/ have primary stress on the syllable before these endings. Some long words may have secondary stress (,) - which is less loud than the primary stress (`). Example: ,conser`vation ,popu`larity ,inter`national Word Stress Rules Pronunciation 1:
    1. Say the words aloud. Put a stress mark (`) before the syllable with the primary stress in each word. If necessary, use a dictionary to help you. exotic economic conservation economical traditional understanding destination degradation Task 1: Say the words aloud. - Suggested answer:
    Task 2: Put a stress mark (`) before the syllable with the primary stress in each word. exotic economic conservation economical traditional understanding destination degradation [eg`zɔtik] [,kɔnsə:`vei∫n] [trə`di∫ənl] [,desti`nei∫n] [,i:kə`nɔmik] [,i:kə`nɔmikəl] [,ʌndə`stændiη] [,degrə`dei∫n] - Listen and repeat these words:
    Task 3: Listen and repeat these words exotic economic conservation economical traditional understanding destination degradation II. Vocabulary
    Vocabulary :
    1. Complete these sentences, using the words in the box. Make changes where necessary. exotic ecology environment destination impact conservation 1. If you`re interested in wildlife ______, you should go on an eco tour. 2. Top _____ for ecotourism are usually national parks, forests or rural areas. 3. There could be both positive and negative _____ of tourism activities on the _____. 4. Water pollution and scuba-diving activities can harm the ____ of the coral reefs. 5. We can find a lot of different _____ flowers at the flower festival this year. - Suggested answer:

    III. Grammar
    Conditional sentences Type 1:
    - Conditional sentences Type 1: are used to talk about present or future activities or events that are real or very probable. - Different modal verbs can used in the main clause. If- clause Main clause present tense will/may/might/can Examples: If you have a birthday party, you`ll get lots of presents (probability) If the weather is warm, we may / might go to the park. (possibility) If the weather is warm, you can go to the park. (permission) Grammar 1:
    1. Make conditional sentences Type 1 form the cues given and create a story. I`m afraid there is a traffic jam. 1. (=> be late for class) If there is a traffic jam, I`ll be late for class. 2. (=> miss the lesson) If I`m late for class, I`ll miss the lesson. 3. (=> not do the test well) _________________________. 4. (=> fell very sad) ______________________________. 5. (=> go to the gym) _____________________________. 6. (=> keep fit) _________________________________. 7. (=> look attractive) ____________________________. 8. (=> be very happy) ____________________________. - Suggested answer:
    Make conditional sentences Type 1 form the cues given
    Conditional sentences Type 2:
    - Conditional sentences Type 2: this type of conditional sentences is used to talk about present or future activities or events that are not real or unlikely to happen. - `Could` can be used in either the main clause or the if-clause, or both. If- clause Main clause past tense could bare infinitive would could Examples: If I had more than 24 hours a day, I would be able to do more things. If my dog could talk, he would/could tell mw what he wants. Grammar 2:
    2. Rewrite the sentences using conditional sentences Type 2. Example: 1. I can`t swim, so I`m not going scuba-diving with you. You`re under 18, so you can`t drive a car. => If you were over 18, you could drive a car. 2. I want to go on an eco tour to Phu Quoc National Park, but I don`t have any hoilyday. 3. Sue doesn`t have Tony`s email address. She can`t send him a message. 4. I could make a cake for you, but there aren`t any eggs in the fridge now. 5. Phong doesn`t have enough money so he can`t travel abroad. 6. I don`t drive too close to the animals on safari. They don`t get scared. 7. I can`t go to the concert because I have a lot of homework to do. 8. Nam doesn`t have a camera, so he can`t take pictures of his trip. - Suggested answer:
    Rewrite the sentences using conditional sentences Type 2.
    Grammar 3:
    3. Example: 1. If your test score was high, your father could give you a reward.

    What does the if-clause in each sentences mean? Write a sentence with is, isn't or might to explain it.

    => The test score isn't high.

    2. If your test score is high, your father will give you a reward.

    => The test score might be high.

    - Suggested answer:

    What does the if-clause in each sentences mean? Write a sentence with is, isn't or might to explain it.

    B. PROJECT
    Project 1 :
    1. Work in groups of 8 to 10. Carry out a survey to find out who in your group has been on an eco tour and who has never been on one. Student`s name Has been on an eco tour Has never been on an eco tour 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Where? When? Enjoyed it? Want to go? If yes, where? If no, why? Project 2:
    2. Present your group`s finding to the whole class. Consolidation:
    NOW YOU CAN Talk about ecotourism, its benefits and principles Pronunce words of more than three syllables with correct stress patterns Use conditional sentences Types 1 and 2 tot alk about present or future activities and events that are real/probable or unreal/not probable Write a travel brochure for an eco tour * THE END
    Homework:
    Homework Complete the project Have a project prepared more carefully. Group leader will present it on next lesson. Prepare: Review 4. (9-10). Lesson 1. Language Goodbye:
    Thanks for your attention Good bye. See you again!
     
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