Wildlife Protection

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Information about Wildlife Protection
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Published on January 15, 2008

Author: Bruno

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Slide1:  Unit4 Wildlife protection 保护野生 动植物 莆田一中 李 敏 Slide3:  Living things that exist in natural habitats. Wildlife Slide4:  Can you give the names of some wildlife? Slide5:  turtle Slide6:  snake Slide7:  butterfly Slide8:  rhino Slide9:  eagle Slide10:  leopard Slide11:  Asian elephants parrots Antelope White fox African panther zebra koala Northeast tiger Slide12:  * Panda bear wolf dog deer zebra * Monkey shark leopard duck dolphin *swan chicken butterfly giraffe rhino *lion cat antelope rabbit kangaroo Find out the animals that doesn’t belong to wildlife. What do you think of animals?:  What do you think of animals? Slide14:  animals loyal fierce beautiful clever quick lovely cute dangerous People kill them for their ______ .:  People kill them for their ______ . fur People keep them in cages for______ .:  People keep them in cages for______ . fun Too many trees were cut down and forests were destroyed for wood /farmland.:  Too many trees were cut down and forests were destroyed for wood /farmland. Slide18:  Do you know what animals are dying out (灭绝)in China? Giant Panda Tibetan antelope Slide19:  South China tiger Milu deer Slide20:  WHY are they dying out? too much hunting Slide21:  Reasons for their dying out What have we done to solve this problem? Slide22:  not enough food: loss of bamboo growing areas disappeared from China too much hunting in the 1950s Wolong Nature Reserve, Sichuan Province Nanhaizi Milu Park, Beijing Baishanzu national Natural Protection Zone, Zhejiang Province none very few nearly all disappeared about 70 after bamboo areas set up to help them grow about 500 after brought back from UK about 30-60 after being left in peace with no hunting Animal Problem One home in China Number before concern Number after concern disappeared from China Nanhaizi Milu Park, Beijing nearly all disappeared none about 500 after brought back from UK not enough food: loss of bamboo growing areas Wolong Nature Reserve, Sichuan Province about 70 after bamboo areas set up to help them grow too much hunting in the 1950s Baishanzu national Natural Protection Zone, Zhejiang Province very few about 30-60 after being left in peace with no hunting Slide23:  The problem the pandas face in China is………… To solve this problem, China has………… Things have changed for the better. The number of pandas has risen from …… to …… Slide24:  What shall we do to save them? Slide25:  Animals are endangered ! Forests are endangered ! Are we human beings endangered ? Harmonious Slide26:  Suppose you were invited to take part in a TV programme held by the WWF , You are expected to give your opinion on what we can do to save the endangered animals. Speaking Out Slide27:  What is the WWF ? WWF is a short form (简称)of the name of the World Wildlife Fund (世界野生生物基金会). It was founded in the UK in 1961, and aims to protect the endangered animals and the environment of the world. Let's leave our children a living planet ! Their motto Slide28:  Useful Expressions: I am going to…… I will…… I intend/plan to…… I’d like to…… I am ready to…… I must not …… We must stop doing…… Slide29:  Treat plants & animals as our friends. Collect money to protect the endangered animals. Stop destroying the habitats of them. Stop using animals to make luxury goods. Slide30:  Idiom Game Slide31:  1 2 3 4 6 7 8 5 Slide32:  as strong as ________ a horse Slide33:  as poor as _________________ a church mouse Slide34:  as busy as _______ a bee Slide35:  as happy as _______ a pig Slide36:  as elegant(优雅的) as ________ a swan Slide37:  as slow as ________ a snail Slide38:  as hungry as ____________ a wolf Slide39:  as stupid as __________ a donkey Slide40:  Live in harmony with the wildlife! Enjoy Our Life ! Slide41:  Homework 1 Make a poster to educate people to protect the wildlife. 2 Preview the reading text. How Daisy learned to help Wildlife 3 For further information: http://www.worldwildlife.org

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