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Care for Our Mother Earth 教学目标: 通过本单元的学习, 掌握访谈的格式; 学会思考生活, 在生活中做到保护环境。 教学重点: 掌 握 单 词 : issues ecosystem element 掌握词组:be bland to addicted to 教学难点: 1. to grasp the main idea (be aware of all kinds of pollution effects & take care of our mother earth) and structure of the text (developing an interview); 2. to appreciate the form of an interview; 3. to master key language points and grammatical structure in the text; 课时分配: 1.Pre-Reading Tasks, New Words Explanation and Analysis 2.While-Reading Tasks and Analysis 3.Post-Reading Tasks and Exercises 4.Home-Reading Check up 课外练习:1. Vocabulary: PartI II III 2学时 1学时 1学时 2.Structure: PartI II 2学时 threat purify priority interrelated convert release isolate vital specific impact on sit back greed for be minerals transform press deforest trap

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Culture Notes

Awareness Magazine is a bimonthly magazine, which came into being in 1993, and claims to devote itself to making our planet a better place to live in.

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Dr. Maryel McKinley is an Author, Journalist, TV & Radio Personality, & Psychotherapist specializing in Addictions Treatment & motivational, spiritual guidance. Her life purpose is to help the masses through utilizing the mass media. She is presently a faculty member of the esteemed multi-media organization - "My Potential.com". Her fellow faculty members include H.H. the Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Dr. Judith Orloff MD and Debbie Ford. Dr. McKinley is also a columnist for Awareness Magazine and Steps for Recovery News.

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Aman Motwane, the author of “The Power of Wisdom — When You Change How You See the World, Your Whole World Changes”, and a leader in his field as an internationally known inspirational and corporate trainer.

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Walter Semkiw is a medical doctor and occupational medicine expert, as well as a radio show personality and best-selling author of “Astrology for Regular People”.

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Leon Nacson, the founder of Australian newspaper, “The Planet”, a publication that treats environmental, health, and personal development topics.

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Amrit Desai is an internationally recognized authority on yoga and holistic living. Widely acknowledged for carrying the authentic voice of yoga to the world, he has been honored with such rare awards and titles as: "Doctor of Yoga," "Jagadacharya," (Universal Teacher), and "Vishwa Yoga Ratna," awarded by the President of India.

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Global warming increase in the average temperature of the atmosphere, oceans, and landmasses of Earth. The planet has warmed (and cooled) many times during the 4.65 billion years of its history. At present Earth appears to be facing a rapid warming, which most scientists believe results, at least in part, from human activities. The chief cause of this warming is thought to be the burning of fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, and natural gas, which releases into the atmosphere carbon dioxide and other substances known as greenhouse gases.

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Pre-reading tasks Warm-up Questions

Q1: What kind of pollution that we are facing? As: Global warming; Air pollution; Water pollution; All kinds of rubbish,ect.

Q2: Do you know any environmental protect activities? As: ? ? The Earth Day The Earth Hour April 20th the last Sunday of each year(8:30---9:30) It is put forward by WWF (World Wild Fund for Nature) ? The World Environment Day June 5th NUEP 2. Dialogue practice

Dialogue1 The Effects of Global Warming →Effects: flooding; global weather system →Measures: reduce pollution; stop deforestation Dialogue 2 The Environmentally Informed Take a shower instead of bath; no smoking ? While-reading tasks

Read the passage, and think about the answers to the following questions. 1) What does Aman Motwane mean by saying “look at the relationship between the tree and its environment and you will see the future of the tree”(lines9 - 10)? 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) According to Leon Nacson, what should we do to solve the environmental problem? Why does Amirit Desai describe human beings as “greedy”? What is Dr.McKiinley’s purpose in holding the interview? Can you summarize in one sentence the view of each of the four experts interviewed? How “green” are you? How much are you aware of the damage you are doing to our Mother Earth? ? ? New words study Isolate v. to set apart or cut off from others Examples: ★ Presley's early success isolated him from his friends.

★ This policy could isolate the country from other members of the United Nations. ? Consequence n. something that happens as a result of a particular action or set of conditions Examples: ★ The safety procedures had been ignored, with potentially tragic consequence. ★ Acceptance of what has happened is the first step to overcoming the consequences of any misfortune. ? Deforest v. to cut down or destroy trees Examples: ★ The 400,000 square kilometers of the Amazon basin have already been deforested. ★ The decision to deforest the area for an airport is strongly opposed by the local residents.
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Global adj. affecting or including the whole world Examples: ★ AIDS is a global problem which requires global efforts. ★ The representatives from some developing countries claim that global economy does not give them a fair chance.

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Ecosystem n. all the animals and plants in a particular area, and the way in which they relate to each other and to their environment such as a forest or a coral reef, and the physical parts of the environment that affect them.

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Purify v. to remove the dirty or unwanted parts from something Examples: ★ Purify the water before drinking it. ★ It is said that purified water has removed minerals useful to our health.

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Evaporate v. to (make) change into vapor Examples:

★ The water is evaporated by the sun. ★ The police failed to find any witness; it seemed that they all evaporated. ? Atmosphere n. the mixture of gases that surrounds the earth Examples: ★ The space shuttle will re-enter the Earth's atmosphere tomorrow morning. ★ The Partial Test-Ban Treaty bans nuclear testing in the atmosphere.
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Downwind adj. in the direction that the wind is moving Examples: ★ The downwind region of the nuclear test site can hardly attract investment for development. ★The tiger approached the deer from the downwind bushes.

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Source n. a thing, place, activity etc. that you get something from Examples: ★ In that remote region radio is the main source of information. ★ Renewable sources of energy must be used where practical.

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Release v. to stop holding something that you have been holding tightly or carefully Examples: ★ The judge agreed to release the prisoner in consideration of his worsening health. ★Thousands of balloons were released at the beginning of the rally.

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Trap v. to prevent someone from escaping from a dangerous place Examples: ★The greenhouse stays warm because the glass traps the heat of the sun. ★ Twenty miners were trapped underground and only five survived.

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Specific adj. special, distinctive, or unique

Examples: ★ Massage may help to increase blood flow to specific areas of the body. ★This book gives specific instructions on how to make polish leather. ? Priority n. something that must be dealt with as soon as possible and before other less important things Examples: ★Agriculture is still a high priority in most developing countries. ★ Banks normally give priority to large businesses when deciding on loans. ? Prior adj. preceding in time, order, importance, or value Example: ★ She couldn't go to the party because of a prior engagement. ? Element n. one part of a whole system, plan, piece of writing etc. Examples: ★ The exchange of prisoners of war was one of the key elements of the UN's peace plan. ★ The movie had all the elements of a hit. ? Inexhaustible adj. existing in such large amounts that it can never be finished or used up Examples: ★ The terrorists seem to have an inexhaustible supply of ammunition. ★ His energy was unbounded and his patience inexhaustible. ? Greed n. a strong desire for more money, power, possessions etc than you need Examples: ★That old politician has an insatiable greed of personal power. ★ If we're looking for the sources of our troubles, we should test people for stupidity, ignorance, greed and love of power.

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Convenience

n. the quality of being suitable for a particular purpose, especially because it is easy to use or saves you energy

Examples: ★ Many women prefer the convenience of working at home while their children are small. ★I decided to buy the house for the convenience of living near to my parents. ?

Convenient adj. suited or favorable to one's comfort, purpose, or needs Example: ★ I find my bike a very convenient way of getting around.

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Nurture

v. to feed or take care of a child or a plant while it is growing

Examples: ★ Parents want to know the best way to nurture and raise their children. ★ Nurture your mind with great thoughts. (Benjamin Disraeli) ?

Strategy

n. a general plan or set of plans intended to achieve something, especially over a long period

Examples: ★ Community involvement is now important to company strategy. ★ We will open up another 15 chain stores in China next year according to our marketing strategy.

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Language points

Be blind to

to completely fail to notice or realize something

Examples: ★ They seemed to be blind to the consequences of their decision. ★ David's good looks and impeccable manners had always made Rebecca blind to his faults. ? ?

carbon dioxide result from to happen or exist as a result of something Examples: ★ Those problems resulted from the poor management. ★ Many hair problems result from what one eats.

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result in to make something happen; cause Examples: ★ Fifty percent of road accidents result in head injuries. ★ Regular trips back to her adopted motherland have resulted in her first book, Tiger Balm.

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all the way to emphasize how long a distance is Examples: ★ Football fans came all the way from every corner of the world. ★ Beauty is only skin deep, but ugliness goes all the way to the bone!

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impact on to have an important or noticeable effect on someone or something Examples: ★ How will this program impact on the local community?

★ Falling export rates have impacted on the country's economy quite considerably. ? the point of no return the point in a course of action beyond which reversal is not possible Examples: ★ Something must be done before the situation reached the point of no return. ★ If he doesn't have his heart operation very soon he's in danger of reaching a point of no return. ? ? separate from take action

to follow the process of doing in order to deal with a problem or difficult situation

Examples: ★ The police took firm action to deal with the riots. ★ The government is taking emergency action to deal with the power shortage. ?

sit back

to relax and make no effort to get involved in something

Examples: ★ Can we just sit back and do nothing when there are so many homeless people on the streets? ★ Don't just sit back and wait for new business to come to you. ?

Sentence structure ? The biggest threat to our environment today is the way we, as human beings, see our environment. How we see our environment shapes our whole world. 现在环境面临的最大的威胁来自我们人类对环境的态度。我们对环境的看法决定着 我们周围世界的环境。

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What environmental issues do you find most pressing? 您在研究该过程中,觉得那些环境问题最为急迫? Pressing
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Pressing=Urgent ? What is your specific area of concern regarding the current and future state of the environment? 对于环境的现状及未来,您最关心的是什么? ? We live divided lives. On one hand, we ask industries to support our greed for more and more conveniences, comfort and possessions. We have become addicted consumers, which causes industrial waste. At the same time, we ignore our connection between our demands and the exploitation of Mother Earth. When we are greedy for more than what we need for our well being, we always abuse the resources of our body and the earth. 我们过着双重标准的生活。一方面,我们贪婪的要求工业提供更多的便利、舒适和财 富。我们沉溺于消费,造成工业浪费。另一方面,我们却忽视了这种需求和地球母体 的承受能力;生活已是十分优裕,我们却依然贪得无厌的索取,滥用我们自身和地球 的资源。 ? Summery Part One (Para. 1-5) Aman Motwane thinks the biggest threat to our environment is the way we see our environment. Part Two (Para. 6-8) Walter Semkiw illustrates that deforesting and global warming are the most pressing environmental issues. Part Three (Para. 9-15) Leon Nacson and Amrit Desai discuss what we human beings can do to help solve the environmental problem. Part Four (Para. 16-17) Everyone is encouraged to take action to protect our earth. In the interview by Awareness Magazine, four experts give their view on environmental issues. They think the biggest threat to our environment today is the way we, human beings see our environment; and the most pressing environment issues we are facing are deforesting

and global warming; and our Number One priorities are air and water pollution. What’s more, we are not separate from the problem, and it’s our abuse of the resources that poses a serious threat to Mother Earth. So everyone should take action to protect our earth for a person can make a difference. ? Post-reading tasks

1. T guides Ss through some after-text exercises. 2. T checks on Ss' home reading (Text B). 3. Ss do Part IV: Theme-related Language Learning Tasks. 4. Write a composition about air pollution from three parts---recent situation, reasons, and solutions. (150 words).

Text Care for Our Mother Earth (Dr. McKinley of Awareness Magazine interviews a group of experts on environmental issues.) Dr. McKinley: What do you think is the biggest threat to the environment today? Aman Motwane: The biggest threat to our environment today is the way we, as human beings, see our environment. How we see our environment shapes our whole world. Most of us see everything as independent from one another. But the reality is that everything is part of one interconnected, interrelated whole. For example, a tree may appear isolated, but in fact it affects and is affected by everything in its environment - sunshine, rain, wind, birds, minerals, other plants and trees, you, me. The tree shapes the wind that blows around it; it is also shaped by that wind. Look at the relationship between the tree and its environment and you will see the future of the tree. Most of us are blind to this interconnectedness of everything. This is why we don't see the consequences of our actions. It is time for each of us to open our eyes and see the world as it really is - one complete whole where every cause has an effect. Dr. McKinley: Hello Dr. Semkiw. In your research, what environmental issues do you find most pressing? Walter Semkiw: Two environmental issues that we find most pressing are deforesting and global warming. Mankind has now cut down half of the trees that existed 10,000 years ago. The loss of trees upsets the ecosystem as trees are necessary to build topsoil, maintain rainfall in dry climates, purify underground water and to convert carbon dioxide to oxygen. Trees bring water up from the ground, allowing water to evaporate into the atmosphere. The evaporated water then returns as rain, which is vital to areas that are naturally dry. Areas downwind of deforested lands lose this source of rainfall and transform into deserts. Global warming results from the burning of fossil fuels, such as petroleum products, resulting in the release of greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere. Carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses then resulting in the trap heat, resulting in warming of our atmosphere. Dr. McKinley: Mr. Nacson, thanks for participating all the way from Australia! What do you suggest the readers of Awareness Magazine can do to help the environmental problem?

Leon Nacson: The simplest way to help the environment is not to impact on it. Tread as lightly as you can, taking as little as possible, and putting back as much as you can. Dr. McKinley: What is your specific area of concern regarding the current and future state of the environment? Leon Nacson: Air and water pollution are our Number One priorities. It is hard to understand that we are polluting the air we breathe and the water we drink. These are two elements that are not inexhaustible, and we must realize that once we reach the point of no return, there will be nothing left for future generations. Dr. McKinley: Mr. Desai, what an honor it is to have this opportunity to interview you. Can you please share your wisdom with our readers and tell us where you see the environmental crisis heading? Amrit Desai: We are not separate from the problem. We are the problem. We live divided lives. On one hand, we ask industries to support our greed for more and more conveniences, comfort and possessions. We have become addicted consumers, which causes industrial waste. At the same time, we ignore our connection between our demands and the exploitation of Mother Earth. When we are greedy for more than what we need for our well being, we always abuse the resources of our body and the earth. We are nurtured by the healthy condition of Mother Earth. In humans, if the mother is ailing, the child suffers. We are the cause of the ailing planet and we are the victims. Dr. McKinley: In closing, I thank all of the participants. I have learned a great deal about what I can do as an individual to help the environment. I hope these interviews encourage the readers of Awareness Magazine to take action and develop your own strategy. Too many of us just sit back and say "I'll let the experts deal with it." Meanwhile, we are killing the planet. My aim of this interview is to show how one person can make a difference. Thanks to all for offering your wisdom.


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