Bài giảng Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 7: World population, Lesson 1: A- Reading - Năm học 2022-2023 - Lớp 11A4 - Hang Nga

Bài giảng Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 7: World population, Lesson 1: A- Reading - Năm học 2022-2023 - Lớp 11A4 - Hang Nga

Suggested answers

I can see the first scene in the countrysides and the second one in the towns or in the cities.

The first scene tells me about a very poor family with large children. The man works very hard but he can't afford his family just by farming.

 3. The second one tells me about the slums in the city. Many young people are out of work because there aren't enough jobs for every one. So their lives are very difficult.

3. No, I don't think so beause if a country has overpopulation, it will have to face many difficult problems, such as not enough jobs, schools, hospitals, land, food.for everyone.

 

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Warmly welcome to our class 11 
Can you guess what our lesson is about? 
Unit 7: World population 
Lesson 1: A- Reading 
Period: 37 
Before you read 
Answer the questions 
Where can you find these scenes? 
2. What does each of the pictures tell you? 
3. Do you think that the larger in population is, the stronger it is? Why/ Why not? 
I 
. 
 Very poor 
 Has a lot of children 
 Their life is very difficult 
- Not enough food for every one 
 Many people live in the town 
 A lot of young people are unemployed 
Suggested answers 
I can see the first scene in the countrysides and the second one in the towns or in the cities..... 
The first scene tells me about a very poor family with large children. The man works very hard but he can't afford his family just by farming.... 
 3. The second one tells me about the slums in the city. Many young people are out of work because there aren't enough jobs for every one. So their lives are very difficult.... 
3. No, I don't think so beause if a country has overpopulation, it will have to face many difficult problems, such as not enough jobs, schools, hospitals, land, food...for everyone...... 
New words and phrases 
1. population (n): dân số 
2. population growth (phrase): sự gia tăng dân số 
3. to reach: đạt tới 
4. resource (n): nguồn tài nguyên 
5. to support: nuôi sống 
6. petroleum (n): dầu mỏ 
7. research (n) : sự nghiên cứu 
8. metal (n): kim loại 
9. average ( adj ) : trung bình 
10. available ( adj ): sẵn có để dùng 
11. It is time/ high time + smb + did smth : đã đến lúc ai đó phải làm gì 
12. journalism (n): nghề làm báo,ngành báo chí 
13. automobile (n): = car (n): ô tô 
14. to turn in: nộp bài 
While you read 
Read the passage and do the tasks that follow. 
Task 1: 
The words in the box all appear in the passage. Fill each blank with a suitable word.... 
1.......................most journalists studied journalism in college, some older writers never attended a university. 
2. Can you explain the .........................for changing salt water to fresh water? 
3. The number of injuries from automobile accidents.............................every year 
4. Some countries are poor because they have very few natural.............................. 
5. These are all........................................: 1,75, 293. 
6. There is a(n ).........................of 20 minutes for this short test. Students must turn in their papers at the end of the 20th minute. 
7. The United Nations is a(n )................................................ organisation . 
8. Some children behave badly and their parents can't...............................them 
although 
Although 
method 
increase 
resources 
figures 
limit 
international 
control 
method 
increases 
resources 
figures 
limit 
international 
control 
. 
1. What was the population of the world in 10.000 B.C, 1750 , 1850 , 1950 , 1985 , and 2000 ? 
2. How many people is the world expected to have by the year 2015 ? 
3. Can the Earth have enough resources to support its population? 
4. Do most Third World women want to have a lot of children ? 
5. Why can't women in the world limit the size of their families ? 
Task 2: 
Answer the questions on the passage. 
Answers 
1. What was the population of the world in 10.000 B.C , 1750 , 1850 , 1950 , 1985 , and 2000 ? 
2. How many people is the world expected to have by the year 2015 ? 
. 
1. The population of the world in 10.000 B.C was 10 million, in 1750 it was 625 million, in 1850 it was 1.300 million, in 1950 it was 2.510, in 1985 it was 4.760 million and in 2000 it was 6.6 billion. 
2. By the year 2015, the population of the world is expected to be over 7 billion. 
Answers 
3. Can the earth have enough resources to support its population ? 
4. Do most Third World women want to have a lot of children? 
5. Why can't women in the world limit the size of their families ? 
3. Some scientists say it can, but others say it can't 
4 . No, they don't. 
5. They can't limit the size of their families because they know of no safe way to have fewer children. 
 Discuss with a partner and find out the five world largest countries in population. Say where they are and which is the richest and which is the poorest country. 
* The five world largest countries in population: 
China, India, The United States, Indonesia and Brazil 
* The location of these countries: 
China, India and Indonesia are in Asia. The United States and Brazil are in America. 
The richest country among them is The United States 
The poorest country among them is India 
After you read 
Note: The population of these countries: 
The population of these countries: 
China: 1. 352. 935. 460 (Macau: 545.787, Hongkong : 7.063. 996) 
India: 1. 211. 993. 3 55The United States: 317. 206. 940Indonesia: 232. 127. 033Brazil: 195. 150. 740 
India 
The United States 
Indonesia 
China 
Homework 
 Learn new words and read the passage again 
 Do the tasks in the notebooks 
- Prepare the new lesson: B- Speaking 
Thank you for your attention 

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