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Лінчук Олена Євгенівна вчитель англійської мови ЗОШ №7 І-ІІІ ст. м. Дубна Рівненської обл. Page

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Natural Disasters What disaster did you witness ?- I witnessed… 2. How did you feel? – - I was (not) frightened / was (not) scared Avalanches Landslides Floods Thunderstorms and lightning Droughts Hailstorms Wildfires Blizzards Page

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«EMERGENCY EXPERTS”: Match the words with their definitions: Aftermath Calamity Debris Emergency Extinguish Hazard Suffer Sympathy - unexpected dangerous situation requiring immediate action - to experience something unpleasant - an event that causes great damage to people’s lives, property - to make a fire stop burning - a result of an important (unpleasant) event - showing that you understand and care about somebody’s problem; - pieces of wood, metal, brick that are left after something has been destroyed. - something that could be dangerous. Page

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“HAZARD EXPERTS”: Match the synonyms to perish to collapse to happen devastating calamity hazard to be hurt survived to suffer from famine to warn - to be injured - to prevent - disaster - to starve - threat - damaging - to occur - to destroy - to die - rescued Page

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Pre- watching : choose proper word-combinations concerning aftermath of the calamity: «EMERGENCY EXPERTS”: what may happen to people “HAZARD EXPERTS”: what may happen to the affected area Felt helpless /gas and power lines were destroyed/ perished / had psychological problems /buildings were collapsed / felt despair / died /roads, crops, property were damaged/ were injured/ towns and villages were flooded / starve/were trapped under the debris/ drowned /areas became devastated / cars, ships were swept away/left homeless/suffered from depression/ Page

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While watching and listening: 1. What natural disasters are you watching? 2. What countries did they occur in? 3. What happened to people? 4. What happen to the affected area? Post – Watching and listening Comment on the events you have just watched, use the word-combinations from the previous exercise. Page

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Project presentation and discussion. 1. What natural disaster do you consider to be the most dangerous and why? 2. Which of the calamities do you think are caused by human activity? Speak your mind using the following expressions: I am sure / I believe/ In my opinion / As the matter of fact / To my mind/ In my point of view Page

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Natural Disasters Page

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Volcano eruption . Page

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Karl Briullov depicted a sudden eruption of Vesuvius which had happened early in the morning in 79 AD and the town had been covered with 7 meters of ashes for 18 centuries.“The Last Day of Pompeii” Page

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Earthquake Page

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Tsunami Page

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Tornado Page

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Hurricane Page

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Thunderstorms. Lightning. Page

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Drought.Famine Page

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Flood Page

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Fire Page

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Role- playing . “EMERGENCY EXPERTS”: You are worried. You heard the news about the disaster that happened in a place where your friend lives. Call him/ her on Skype: a) tell she/he doesn’t look very well and ask how she/he is, about her/his feelings; b) ask about aftermath of the disaster; c) express your sympathy for her/him, cheer up her/him; d) invite her/him to your place. Imagine you live in a place which has been affected by one of the disasters. A friend is calling you to ask how you are: a) say you are in despair, you can’t sleep at night, you can’t forget that dreadful event. Share your feelings; b) thank her /him for his sympathy and tell about aftermath of the calamity; c) thank and accept your friend’s invitation. Page

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Group “HAZARD EXPERTS”: Imagine you are a journalist. You are interviewing survivors. Find out about: a) where they were and what they were doing when disaster occurred: b) how they felt, express your sympathy for her/him; c) ask about aftermath of the disaster; d) how they were rescued. You are survivors of a particular disaster. A journalist is going to interview you about what happened. Tell her/ him: a) where you were and what you were doing at the time of the disaster; b) about your feelings during the disaster; c) what damage the disaster caused; d) what kind of help you have received from other people. Page

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Expression sympathy for somebody Hold on! Sorry for you. I sympathize with you. It’s a pity. Try to overcome it! You are strong. Don’t be in despair. Time is healing. Everything is passing, and this will also pass. Page

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Give your partners advice on what they should do when the lightning occurs? (1st conditionals: If Present Simple + Infinitive) «EMERGENCY EXPERTS”: 1. If you (be) indoors,… 2. If you (witness) lightning outdoors,… “HAZARD EXPERTS”: 3. If you (experience) lightning in the open space … 4. If you (be) in a car, … (stop) the car safely at the side of the road and stay there. (avoid) water, high ground, isolated trees, open spaces. d) (not use) the phone, electrical equipment or water. c) (not lie) down on the ground, (crouch) and (put) your feet together. Page

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How would you save yourself if an earthquake occurred? Complete the 2nd conditionals by changing the form of the verbs in brackets. If Past Simple, +Would V (were – for all persons) «EMERGENCY EXPERTS”: 1. If I (leave) the house, I (turn) off electricity to prevent fire. 2. If I (be) at home when the earthquake occurred, I (get) immediately under the table. 3. I (avoid) dangerous places: staircases, balconies, items that can fall down, windows if I (experience) an earthquake. “HAZARD EXPERTS”: 4. If I (be) outside during the earthquake, I (try) to find a large open space to wait in. 5. I (use) a torch and a whistle to attract attention if the house (collapse). 6. If I (be) in the street when the earthquake (take) place, I (not stand) near buildings, fences or walls. Page

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«EMERGENCY EXPERTS”: What would you do if you…? 1. (feel) smoke inside the house 2. the flood (happen) a) (go) to the highest level of the building and wait for rescue. b) (use) a fire extinguisher. c) (turn) off electricity to prevent fire. d) (cover) my nose and mouth with damp cloth and evacuate the building quickly  “HAZARD EXPERTS”: What would you do if …? 3. the fire (catch) you inside 4. water (be) everywhere Use the phrases in the left column and ask questions by changing the form of the verbs in brackets. ( 2nd conditionals : If Past Simple, +Would V (were – for all persons) Page

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Match the halves of sayings : 1. Better a thousand times careful its priceless. 2. Safety is a cheap and Always Be Careful 3. Know safety, no injury. than once dead. 4. Danger never takes effective insurance policy. 5. Safety isn't expensive, No safety, know injury. 6. Safety is as simple as ABC – a vacation. Page

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References http://www.thedoctorstv.com/topical/Safety/natural_disaster http://www.securityworldnews.com/2011/06/23/safety-measure-for-natural-clamity/ http://www.quotegarden.com/safety.html http://www.abc2news.com/dpp/weather/safety/ http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photos/ http://www.edu4hazards.org/ Page

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