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    Unit 12. Life on other Planets. Lesson 7. Looking back - project

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    Unit 12. Life on other Planets Lesson 7. Looking back & Project A. WARM-UP
    Play a game:
    Game Rules - I divided you into 2 groups: “War” and “Peace” - Each team chooses a spaceship to discover the planets in the Solar System. -You have to answer some questions i give you: A correct answer, 2 points. An incorrect answer, -1 point. - The team has more points will be the win, get a gift and fines the lost team. GOOD LUCK Look at the picture:
    - Planet 1:
    Question 1: What is the name of this phanet? (a planet named after the Greek god of the city) latex(rarr) Uranus Question 2: Where is Uranus in our solar systems? latex(rarr) The seventh from the Sun. Question 3: Change to reported speech “We may live in Uranus in 3030”, the teacher said.. latex(rarr) The teacher said that we might live in Uranus in 3030. - Planet 2:
    Question 1: What is the name of this planet? latex(rarr) Neptune Question 2: Where is the Neptune in the Solar System? latex(rarr) The eighth planet from the Sun. Question 3: What is the Roman God of Neptune? latex(rarr) It is named after the Roman God of the sea. Question 4: Fills in the blanks. 1. The ……….. were green and they had huge heads and big eyes. 2. A ……… is a vehicle used for travelling on the surface of the moon. latex(rarr) It is named after the Roman God of the sea. latex(rarr) space buggy - Planet 3:
    Question 1: This planet is named after the Roman god of agriculture. What is its name? latex(rarr) Saturn Question 2: Answer the questions. Who is the captain of the spaceship? latex(rarr) The captain of the spaceship is James Kirk. Question 3: Where is Saturn in the solar system? latex(rarr) The sixth planet from the Sun. - Planet 4:
    Question 1: The planet is named after the God of thunder and lighting is……………. latex(rarr) Jupiter Question 2: Where is Jupiter in the Solar System? latex(rarr) The fifth planet from the Sun. Question 3: What is this? UFO Space Buggy - Planet 5:
    Question 1: What is other name for Mars? latex(rarr) Red planet Question 2: How long is a day on Mars? latex(rarr) A day on Mars is 24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds. Question 3: Find words in the text that have similar meanings to these words or phrases 1. causing death or illness 2. weather conditions of a particular place 3. two times 4. provide a place to live latex(rarr) unsuitable latex(rarr) climate latex(rarr) twice latex(rarr) accommodate - Planet 6:
    Question 1: What are the other names for Earth? latex(rarr) The World, the Blue Planet, or the Blue Planet. Question 2: How is Earth different from other known planets? latex(rarr) Earth is the only planet that has been known to host life. Question 3: Where is the Earth in Solar System latex(rarr) The third-closet planet from the Sun. - Planet 7:
    Question 1: The planet is named after the God of love and beauty. It is…………… latex(rarr) Venus Question 2: Rewrite these sentences in reported speech a. “What are the essential conditions for human life?”the teacher asked her students. b. “Why can’t people move to Mars immediately?” Diane asked her mom. latex(rarr) The teacher asked her students what the essential conditions were for human life. latex(rarr) Diane asked her mother why people couldn’t move to Mars immediately. - Planet 8:
    Question 1: How long is a year on Mercury? latex(rarr) Just 88 days long. Question 2: Mercury is the …………. planet in the Solar System. Question 3: Mercury is only the second ………. planet. latex(rarr) Smallest latex(rarr) Hottest Objectives:
    Objectives - By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: Revise what they have learnt about "Life on other Planets" in the previous lessons as well as read, talk and write about life on other planets. Grammar: may and might, questions reported Develop Ss’ listening, speaking reading and writing skills. B. LOOKING BACK
    Content:
    A. LOOKING BACK I. Vocabulary II. Grammar III. Communication I. Vocabulary
    Vocabulary 1:
    1. Rearrange the letters to label the pictures. SELIAN PSCEA GYGBU WIHGELSEST SALRO SEMYST LPATNE SCESPPHAI LYFING CAUSER XAGALY - Key:
    SELIAN PSCEA GYGBU WIHGELSEST SALRO SEMYST LPATNE SCESPPHAI LYFING CAUSER XAGALY Suggestion rearrage: Vocabulary 2:
    2. Fill each gap with a suitable word from the box. surface traces climate experienced NASA accommodate 1. The Earth seems to small to ______ the the increasing population. 2. Water covers 75% of the Earth`s _________. 3. Attempts have been made to find ______ of aliens. 4. Astronauts _______ difficulties when they first landed on the moon. 5. The ______ on other planets is very different to that on Earth. 6. _______ stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. - Key:

    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. II. Grammar
    Grammar 1:
    3. Underline the correct answers.

    1. He asked me when / if there were people living on Venus.

    2. They wanted to know when the first spacecraft had been / was launched.

    3. She asked them how / who had been the first to step onto the moon.

    4. They asked me which spacecraft was/ had been the first to explore Mars.

    5. Students asked how/ who the scientists explored onther planets.

    6. He asked me what food people on other planets had eaten/ ate.

    7. She asked her teacher if/ what UFO stood for.

    Grammar 2:
    4. Put the words/ phrases in the correct order to make reported questions. it/ was/ They asked/ on Mars/ there/ water. 5. a planet/ a star/ Sheasked me/ the difference between/ what/ and/ was/. 4. on the moon/ My friend/ had first landed/ asked me/ when/ humans/. 3. most suitable / The teacher/ which planet/ aked me/ was/ for human life. 2. He/ would react/ asked me/ an alien / how/ I/ if I saw/. 1. - Key:

    Suggestion: Grammar 3:
    5. Change the following questions into reported questions. `When will humans be able to travel from one planet to another more easily?` The son asked his father. 5. `Who was the witness in the Roswell UFO incident?` Vanessa asked her uncle. 4. `Did the Roswell UFO incident take place in the U.S. in june 1947?` Nick asked the journalist. 3. `Have humans been able to communicate with people on other planets?` Samuel asked the scientist. 2. `What are the essentail conditions for human life?` the teacher asked her students. 1. 6. `Why can`t people move to Mars immediately?` Diane asked her mother. - Key:

    Suggestion: III. Communication
    Communication 1:
    6. Choose the right sentences (A-E) to put into the dialogue. Do UFOs really exist, Prof.Kent? Interviewer: Prof.Kent: (1) ___________________________________. Interviewer: Yes. When was the first post-war UFO sighting in the US? Prof.Kent: (2) ___________________________________. Interviewer: Wow! Very long ago! How about notable sightings in the latex(21^(st)) century? Prof.Kent: (3) ___________________________________. Interviewer: So...were all sighting in the USA? Prof.Kent: (4) ___________________________________. Interviewer: Incredible! Prof.Kent: (5) ___________________________________. - The dialogue:
    The dialogue: A. In 2001, at least 15 people, including two police officers saw UFOs in the night sky in New Jersey. B. Well, there have been many UFO sightings reported. C. Not at all. On April 23, 2007, Captain Ray Bowyer and his passengers gained clear views of two UFOs when were flying in the English Channel. D. On June 24, 1947. Kenneth Arnold, a private pilot spooted nine shiny discs flying past Mount Rainier. E. Yes, and in 2008, according to media reports, a police helicopter was almost hit by a UFO... - Key:
    Do UFOs really exist, Prof.Kent? Interviewer: Prof.Kent: (1) ________________________________________________ Interviewer: Yes. When was the first post-war UFO sighting in the US? Prof.Kent: (2) _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Interviewer: Wow! Very long ago! How about notable sightings in the latex(21^(st)) century? Prof.Kent: (3) _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Interviewer: So...were all sighting in the USA? Prof.Kent: (4) _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Interviewer: Incredible! Prof.Kent: (5) _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ B. Well, there have been many UFO sightings reported. D. On June 24, 1947. Kenneth Arnold, a private pilot spooted nine shiny discs flying past Mount Rainier. A. In 2001, at least 15 people, including two police officers saw UFOs in the night sky in New Jersey. C. Not at all. On April 23, 2007, Captain Ray Bowyer and his passengers gained clear views of two UFOs when were flying in the English Channel. E. Yes, and in 2008, according to media reports, a police helicopter was almost hit by a UFO... Suggestion: - Read the dialogue:
    Do UFOs really exist, Prof.Kent? Interviewer: Prof.Kent: Interviewer: Yes. When was the first post-war UFO sighting in the US? Prof.Kent: Interviewer: Wow! Very long ago! How about notable sightings in the latex(21^(st)) century? Prof.Kent: Interviewer: So...were all sighting in the USA? Prof.Kent: Interviewer: Incredible! Prof.Kent: Well, there have been many UFO sightings reported. On June 24, 1947. Kenneth Arnold, a private pilot spooted nine shiny discs flying past Mount Rainier. In 2001, at least 15 people, including two police officers saw UFOs in the night sky in New Jersey. Not at all. On April 23, 2007, Captain Ray Bowyer and his passengers gained clear views of two UFOs when were flying in the English Channel. Yes, and in 2008, according to media reports, a police helicopter was almost hit by a UFO... Read the dialogue: Finish! Now I can…:
    Finished! Now you can…. talk about life on other planets report questions pronounce words ending in -ful and -less correctly in isolation and in sentences describe an imaginary inhabitant of anothwe planet C. PROJECT
    Space exploration:
    Project 1:
    1. Write the phrases in the box under the pcitures, and then answer the questions. space buggy space shuttle Vostok spacecraft A. _____________ B. _____________ C. _____________ 1. What are the things in the pictures? 2. When might they be used? 3. Who might use them? - Task a:
    Task a: Write the phrases in the box under the pcitures
    - Task b:
    Task b: Answer the questions 1. What are the things in the pictures? 2. When might they be used? 3. Who might use them? latex(rarr) A. space buggy B. space shuttle C. Vostok spacecraft latex(rarr) A space buggy may be used by astronauts on the surface of the Moon and carry out research. latex(rarr) A space shuttles were used by NASA to bring astronauts on missions in space. They were also used to help assemble the International Space Station. There were five space shuttles built in total. latex(rarr) Vostok 1, a spacecraft which was launched on 12 april 1961, talking Yuri Gagarin, a cosmonaut, from the Soviet Union intospace. Extension:
    Vostok 1 was first spaceflight in the Vostok programme and the first spaceflight in history. The spaceship in picture 3 is Vostok 3KA, a spacecraft launched on 12 April, 1961, taking Yuri Gagarin, a cosmonaut from the Soviet Union into space. This was the first time a human entered outer space and also the first orbital flight a manned vehicle. Project 2:
    2. Work in groups. Choose a space vehicle or machine you like from the pictures or elsewhere. ‘Moon buggy’ or Lunar Roving Vehicle Project 3:
    3. Search for information about the vehice or machine. What is the vehicle/ machine called? Where and when might it be used? What energy does the vehicle / machine use? Who can control the vehicle / machine? What is special about this vehicle / machine? - Suggestion:
    - What is the vehicle/ machine called? - Where and when might it be used? - What energy does the vehicle / machine use? - Who can control the vehicle / machine? - What is special about this vehicle / machine? latex(rarr) It is called the ‘Moon buggy’ or the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV). latex(rarr) It was used on the Moon in the last three missions of the American Apollo program (15, 16, and 17) during 1971 and 1972. latex(rarr) It use battery - powered. latex(rarr) NASA`s astronauts can control this vehicle. latex(rarr) It can endure the freezing-cold temperatures of the Moon at night. Project 4:
    4. Present the information to the class. Vote for the best presentation. Apollo 16 astronauts in the Earth trainer. The U.S. Apollo Lunar Roving Vehicle from Apollo 15 on the Moon in 1971 D. THE END
    Homework:
    Homework Learn by heart all the new words. Prepare for next lesson ( find the meaning of the new words in the next lesson ) Redo exercise and project (students’ book) Goodbye:
    Thanks for your attention Good bye. See you again!
     
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