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S.O.S: SAVE OUR SEAS CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN.

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1 S.O.S: SAVE OUR SEAS CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN

2 SAVE OUR SEAS It Covers more than 70 percent of the Earths surface. It is an essential source of food and water. Millions of species of plants, animals, and microbes live there. The sea and its treasures. Our precious beautiful sea. The ocean regulates atmospheric gases, affects the planets weather, provides food and jobs for humans, and is home to countless species – about 80 percent of the worlds biodiversity lives in the ocean. But the oceans are in trouble, because every day we do something to threaten them. Marine pollution is a serious problem these days. Ships dump toxic waste, tankers leak and spill oil, river systems carry pollutants such as pesticides, herbicides and other poisons to the ocean. Every year, three to four million tons of oil pollute the sea. Is the situation hopeless? Can we overcome the threat to the ocean? In every corner of the planet, experts, United Nations agencies and other defenders of the environment are waving the red flag: Stop the damage! The ocean is not a garbage can! (Adapted from SOS: Save Our Sea, November 6, 1998.)

3 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN WHATS IT ALL ABOUT? 1)Em uma palavra, qual é o problema causado pelas atividades humanas sobre os mares? 2)Para os defensores do meio ambiente, como o mar vem sendo tratado? 3)A quem o pedido de socorro do título é dirigido? A TODOS OS HABITANTES DO PLANETA POLUIÇÃO COMO UMA LATA DE LIXO

4 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN TRANSPARENT WORDS É comum encontrarmos nos textos em inglês, palavras cognatas ou transparentes cuja forma e sentido são muito parecidos com os que elas têm em português. O que facilita a compreensão. No texto que você acabou de ler, há pelo menos 20 palavras transparentes. Quais são elas? Liste em seu caderno. SAVE – PERCENT – ESSENTIAL – SPECIES – PLANTS – ANIMALS – MILLIONS – SERIOUS – PROBLEM – TOXIC – OIL – SYSTEM – MICROBES – PRECIOUS – OCEAN – ATMOSPHERIC – GASES – REGULATES – AFFECTS – PLANET – HUMANS – BIODIVERSITY – MARINE – POLLUTION – SITUATION – POLLUTANTS – PESTICIDES – HERBICIDES – POLLUTE – NATIONS – AGENCIES

5 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN 1) Nas frases abaixo, escolha o verdadeiro significado das palavras em destaque, todas falsamente transparentes, todas false friends. a)My father and my mother are my parents. (parentes – pais) b) My sister plans to go to college next year. (colégio – faculdade) c) After hours of discussion, they approved the project. (discussão, briga – debate, troca de ideias) d) Diana and Dodi died from injuries suffered in a car accident. (ferimentos, lesões – injúrias, ofensas) e) The professor gave a lecture on Portuguese literature. (professor secundário – professor universitário) (conferência, palestra – leitura) f) I often study in a public library. (livraria – biblioteca) g) I am not strong enough to push that heavy bookcase. (puxar – empurrar)

6 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN NOUN PHRASES Você já sabe que o adjetivo em inglês vem antes do substantivo que ele qualifica: a young girl a happy family Sabe também que o adjetivo não varia no plural: two young families some happy families Algumas vezes, contudo, encontramos grupos nominanis formados por dois (ou +) substantivos em que o primeiro funciona como um adjetivo, qualificando o segundo: computer program basketball game beach soccer Star Wars

7 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN 2) Encontre no texto os adjetivos (ou substantivos com função de adjetivo) que completam as locuções abaixo. a) _______________ waste lixo tóxico b) _______________ systems sistemas fluviais c) _______________ _______________ agencies agências das Nações Unidas d) _______________ pollution poluição do mar e) _______________ gases gases atmosféricos f) _______________ can lata de lixo g) _______________ flag bandeira vermelha ATMOSPHERIC MARINE GARBAGE UNITED NATIONS RIVER TOXIC RED

8 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN 3) Complete as frases abaixo com substantivos que se encontram no quadro. WEATHER – TREASURES – ENVIRONMENT – TANKERS – SURFACE – POISONS – SOURCE – DAMAGE – THREAT a) Lemons and oranges are a good _______________ of vitamin C. b) Neil Armstrong walked on the _______________ of the moon. c) The _______________ is always cold in the North Pole. d) The Louvre has many art _______________. e) Ships and oil _______________ are often responsible for marine pollution. f) Pesticides and herbicides are _______________ used in agriculture. g) Pollution is a _______________ to our health and our future. h) A tornado causes great _______________ to cities, towns and farms. SOURCE SURFACE WEATHER TREASURES TANKERS POISONS THREAT DAMAGE

9 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN STRUCTURE SIMPLE PRESENT Observe os verbos em destaque nas frases abaixo: The ocean covers more than 70 percent... Millions of plants, animals, microbes live there. The ocean affects the planets weather. Every day we do something to threaten the ocean. Pelo contexto, podemos concluir que os verbos em destaque expressão fatos da natureza, verdades gerais ou ações habituais, repetidas no presente. O tempo verbal nesses casos é o SIMPLE PRESENT.

10 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN STRUCTURE SIMPLE PRESENT TO WORK – SIMPLE PRESENT Forma afirmativa I work You He She works It We You work They

11 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN STRUCTURE SIMPLE PRESENT TO WORK – SIMPLE PRESENT Forma negativa I dont work You He She doesnt work It We You dont work They

12 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN STRUCTURE SIMPLE PRESENT TO WORK – SIMPLE PRESENT Forma interrogativa I Do work you he Does she works it we Do you work they

13 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN 5) Preencha as lacunas com uma das formas do Simple Present dos verbos abaixo. WRITE – COVER – HAVE – CONSUME – NEED – DRINK - HELP a) I _______________ at least three cups of milk evry day. b) We _______________ more laws to control car use. c) Something in milk _______________ to regulate body weight. d) In Central Station Dora is a woman who _______________ letters for illiterate people. e) Women _______________ the same number of brain cells as men. f) The ocean _______________ more than 70 percent of the Earths surface. DRINK NEED HELPS CONSUME HAVE COVERS

14 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN 6) Preencha as lacunas com DO, DOES, DONT ou DOESNT. a) Vinícius de Oliveira __________ work as a shoeshine boy now. b) Bats __________ navigate by sight. They navigate by sound. c) __________ the Eskimos live in igloos? d) __________ you talk to your parents and friends about your concerns? e) The government __________ have a right to tell people how to live their lives. f) __________ the ocean affect the planets weather? g) Most teenage girls ____________ want to get fat. h) __________ you think its a good idea to control car use? DOESNT DONT DO DOESNT DOES DONT DO

15 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN

16 I believe in miracles Where you from You sexy thing I believe in miracles Since you came along You sexy thing Where did you came from, baby How did you know I needed you How did you know I needed you so badly How did you know I gave my heart gladly Yesterday I was one of a lonely people Now you're lying close to me Making love to me I believe in miracles

17 CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN GRAMMAR CHECK Frequency adverbs: how often? I always go to the gym. I usually go to the gym. I normally go to the gym I often go to the gym. I sometimes go to the gym. I hardly ever go to the gym. I never go to the gym. 100% 0%

18 THE END CRUZ E SOUSA - ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHER KAREN


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