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    Unit 9. Natural disaters

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    Người gửi: Nguyễn Thị The (trang riêng)
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    Welcome to our class !
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Period 56 : Read
    Tidal wave (n)
    Sóng thần
    Tornado (n)
    Lốc xoáy
    typhoon
    earthquake
    tornado
    snowstorm
    volcano
    Tidal wave
    Matching
    1. Snowstorm
    2. Earthquake
    3. Volcano
    4. Typhoon
    5. Tidal wave
    6. tornado
    a. Sóng thần
    b. Bão nhiệt đới
    c. Bão tuyết
    d. Động đất
    e. Lốc xoáy
    f. Núi lửa
    typhoon
    earthquake
    tornado
    snowstorm
    volcano
    Tidal wave
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read
    New words

    1. Collapse (v)
    2. Strick – struck (v)
    3. Abrupt (n)
    4. Shift (n)
    5. Erupt (v)

    6.Funnel shaped (n)
    Sụp đổ, đổ sập
    Bất ngờ, đột ngột
    Sự chuyển dịch
    Phun trào, phun
    Đánh
    Hìnhphễu
    7. Cyclone (n)
    Cơn lốc
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read ( page 78, 79)
    Earthquakes: Ninety percent of earthquakes occur around the Pacific Rim, which is known as the " Ring of Fire". In 1995, a huge earthquake struck the city of Kobe in Japan. A large number of people were killed when homes, office blocks and highways collapsed.
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read
    Tidal waves: Tidal waves are the result of an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the Earth. In the 1960s, a huge tidal wave hit Anchorage, Alaska. The tidal wave traveled from Alaska to California.
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read
    Typhoons: When a tropical storm reaches 120 kilometers per hour, it is called hurricane in North and South America, a cyclone in Australia, and a typhoon in Asia. The word " typhoon" come from Chinese : tai means " big" and feng means " wind", so the word typhoon" means " big wind"
    Tuesday, March 18th, 2008
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read
    Volcanoes: We can usually predict when a volcano will erupt. Mount Pinatubo, which is a volcano in the Philippines, erupted in 1991. It was the world`s largest volcanic eruption in more than 50 years. Hundreds of people died, but thousands were saved because scientists had warned them about the eruption.
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read
    Tornadoes:Tornadoes are funnel - shaped storms which pass overland below a thunderstorm. They can suck up anything that is in their path. In Italy in 1981, a tornado lifted a baby, who was asleep in its carriage, into the air and put it down safely 100 meters away!
    Earthquakes: Ninety percent of earthquakes occur around the Pacific Rim, which is known as the " Ring of Fire". In 1995, a huge earthquake struck the city of Kobe in Japan. A large number of people were killed when homes, office blocks and highways collapsed.
    Tidal waves: Tidal waves are the result of an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the Earth. In the 1960s, a huge tidal wave hit Anchorage, Alaska. The tidal wave traveled from Alaska to California.
    Typhoons: When a tropical storm reaches 120 kilometers per hour, it is called hurricane in North and South America, a cyclone in Australia, and a typhoon in Asia. The word " typhoon" come from Chinese : tai means " big" and feng means " wind", so the word typhoon" means " big wind"
    Volcanoes: We can usually predict when a volcano will erupt. Mount Pinatubo, which is a volcano in the Philippines, erupted in 1991. It was the world`s largest volcanic eruption in more than 50 years. Hundreds of people died, but thousands were saved because scientists had warned them about the eruption.
    Tornadoes:Tornadoes are funnel - shaped storms which pass overland below a thunderstorm. They can suck up anything that is in their path. In Italy in 1981, a tornado lifted a baby, who was asleep in its carriage, into the air and put it down safely 100 meters away!
    True or false? Check (V) the boxes.
    Most of the earthquakes in the world occur in the Ring of Fire.
    2. The earthquake in Kobe in 1995 caused severe damage.
    3. A huge tidal wave traveled from California to Alaska and hit Anchorage in the 1960s.
    4. Typhoon, hurricane and tropical storm are different words for the same natural disaster.
    5. The eruption of Mount Pinatubo is the world`s largest ever volcanic eruption.

    6. A tornado looks like a funnel.
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    F
    T
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    Alaska to California
    The world`s largest volcanic eruption in more than 50 years.
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    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read ( page 78, 79)
    Answer the questions:
    1. Where do the most of the earthquakes occur?
    2. What happens when there is an earthquake?
    3. When can a tidal wave occur?
    4. What is a typhoon called in Australia?
    5. What does a tornado look like?
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read ( page 78, 79)
    Most of the earthquakes occur around the Pacific Rim
    A tidal wave occurs when there is an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the Earth
    It is called a cyclone
    It looks like a funnel
    Many homes, office blocks and highways collapse
    1. The majority of earthquakes…………………………………………………
    2. During the earthquake in Kobe, many…………………………................
    3. A tidal wave can only occur when…………………………………………
    4. In Australia, a tropical storm is known as…………………………………
    5. The Chinese language gave us …………………………………………...
    6. A tornado is a type of storm that……………………………………………
    occur around the Pacific Rim
    People were killed when homes,
    office blocks and highways collapsed.
    there is an abrupt shift in the
    underwater movement of the earth.
    a cyclone
    the meaning of the word “ typhoon”
    passes overland below
    a thunderstorm and sucks up anything that is in their path.
    Complete the sentences
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read (page 78, 79)
    Matching
    (e)
    (d)
    (b)
    (a)
    (c)
    Unit 9: Natural disasters
    Lesson 3: Read
    New words

    1. Collapse (v)
    2. Strick – struck (v)
    3. Abrupt (n)
    4. Shift (n)
    5. Erupt (v)

    6.Funnel shaped (n)
    Sụp đổ, đổ sập
    Bất ngờ, đột ngột
    Sự chuyển dịch
    Phun trào, phun
    Đánh
    Hìnhphễu
    7. Cyclone (n)
    Cơn lốc
    New words
    Sụp đổ, đổ sập
    Homework
    1 . Learn by heart all the new words

    2 . Do exercise a, b in your exercise book

    3 . Prepare the next lesson -Unit 9 -Write
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