Pandas are herbivores and they live in China. The Panda is an endangered animal. There are only 1,600 in the wild.
LECCIÓN 2. NUMBERS OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS
big numbers; wild, tigers, blue whales, Iberian lynx, black rhinos, mountain gorillas, wolves, brown bears, imperial eagles
The number of tigers is going down. There are only 4,000 tigers in the wild. There were 60,000 tigers 50 years ago. How many tigers were there 50 years ago?
LECCIÓN 3.THREATS TO ENDANGERED ANIMALS
motorways, bicycles, cars, wind farms, power stations, solar panels, oil slicks, factories, building sites, new species, pollution, destruction of habitats, land, food, aggressive, mink, fur, farms, killed, used, escaped, took, had, came
Motorways cause pollution. They destroy natural habitats.
American minks are not a natural species in Europe.
How did they get to Europe?
They first came to Europe in 1926. They were bigger tan European minks.
LECCIÓN 4. STORY: THE LIFE OF DANE FOSSEY
Mountain gorillas, Africa, holiday, elephants, rhinos, wildlife, research centre, Rwanda, photos, pictures, individual, nose print, movements, body, sounds, groups, popular, tough, local people, land, cattle, traps, uniforms, jeeps, guards, research area, successful, hunter, knife, memory, fund, mist, importance, unique, habitat, work, enemies, cabin, murder, mystery, studied, loved, was, opened, watched, took, drew, could, recognise, made friends with, copied, walked, scratched, ate, accepted, called, made her laugh, wanted, set, tried, protect, bought, patrolled, killed, set up, wrote, explained, continued, had, came.
LECCIÓN 5. PHONICS
Phonics: the fsound (photo, foot, laugh)
LECCIÓN 6. A CAMPAIGN TO SAVE TIGERS
Patrol the area, monitor the tigers, stop forest fires, put up electric fences, stop hunters, open a wildlife centre, train wildlife experts, buy jeeps, sell Christmas cards and calendars, organise a concert, raise money, endangered species
We monitor the tigers.
When do you monitor the tigers?
We are going to open wildlife centres.
Where are you going to open wildlife centres?
LECCIÓN 7. A WILD ANIMAL RESCUE CENTRE
Bear, monkey, elephant, enclosure, tree house, wildlife centre, river, prepare, build, built, clean, play, ride, rode, take, took, make, made
I washed the elephants.
Did she feed the elephants?
Is she going to ride the elephant tomorrow?
How many people are you working with?
When did you arrive?
LECCIÓN 8.SPEAKING PROJECT: ANIMALS IN DANGER
Petition, collection box, raffl e, market stall, sponsored (swim), adopting an animal, a letter, think, give, gave, protect, need, wildlife centre, habitat, money, local people, campaign
You can raise money for a campaign.
Our group gave 25 points to adopting an animal.
We are going to start a petition.
LECCIÓN 9. SPEAKING PROJECT: AN ANIMAL PROTECTION
Animals; dangers to the animals; protective actions
the warmest, the coldest, the hottest, the deepest, the shallowest, the widest, the narrowest, the hottest, the lowest, the wettest, the coldest, the highest, the lowest, the highest, the driest; The Pacifi c Ocean, The Atlantic Ocean, The Indian Ocean, The Arctic Ocean,
Ethiopia, The Antarctic, Mount Everest, The Dead Sea, Hawaii, the Atacama Desert, Chile; rain, sea level
It’s the deepest ocean.
The average temperature is 34ºC.
LECCIÓN 3. EXTREMES OF RELIEF AND CLIMATE
the most important, the most populated, the most popular, the most diffi cult, the most beautiful, the most dangerous, the most boring, the most interesting, the longest, the biggest, the highest; The Alps, mountains, winter sports, city, ski run, food, season, avalanches, month, winter, spring, snow, snow storm, January, February; skiing, studying, travelling, meeting people, watching nature, melting
The most difficult mountain to climb is the Matterhorn.