GreenPeaCe ProteCtS the enVIronMent 2 страница

Use the following list of environmental issues for your ideas.

Climate change — Global warming • Global dimming • Fossil fuels • Sea level rise • Greenhouse gas • Ocean acidification • Shutdown of ther- mohaline circulation • Environmental impact of the coal industry • Urban Heat Islands

Conservation — Species extinction • Pollinator decline • Coral bleach- ing • Holocene extinction • Invasive species • Poaching • Endangered species


Energy — Energy conservation • Renewable energy • Efficient energy use • Renewable energy commercialization • Environmental impact of the coal industry

Environmental degradation — Eutrophication • Habitat destruction • Invasive species

Environmental health — Air quality • Asthma • Environmental im- pact of the coal industry • Electromagnetic fields • Electromagnetic ra- diation and health • Indoor air quality • Lead poisoning • Sick Building Syndrome

Genetic engineering — Genetic pollution • Genetically modified food controversies

Intensive farming — Overgrazing • Irrigation • Monoculture • Envi- ronmental effects of meat production • Slash and burn • Pesticide drift • Plasticulture

Land degradation — Land pollution • Desertification

Soil — Soil conservation • Soil erosion • Soil contamination • Soil sali- nation

Land use — Urban sprawl • Habitat fragmentation • Habitat de- struction

Nanotechnology — Nanotoxicology • Nanopollution

Nuclear issues — Nuclear fallout • Nuclear meltdown • Nuclear power • Nuclear weapons • Nuclear and radiation accidents • Nuclear safety • High-level radioactive waste management.

Overpopulation — Burial • Water crisis • Overpopulation in compan- ion animals • Tragedy of the commons • Gender Imbalance in Developing Countries • Sub-replacement fertility levels in developed countries

Ozone depletion — CFC • Biological effects of UV exposure

Pollution — Environmental impact of the coal industry • Nonpoint source pollution • Point source pollution • Light pollution • Noise pollu- tion • Visual pollution

Water pollution — Environmental impact of the coal industry • Acid rain • Eutrophication • Marine pollution • Ocean dumping • Oil spills • Thermal pollution • Urban runoff • Water crisis • Marine debris • Micro- plastics • Ocean acidification • Ship pollution • Wastewater • Fish kill • Algal bloom • Mercury in fish

Air pollution — Environmental impact of the coal industry • Smog • Tropospheric ozone • Indoor air quality • Volatile organic compound • Particulate matter

Reservoirs — Environmental impacts of reservoirs

Resource depletion — Exploitation of natural resources • Over- drafting

Consumerism — Consumer capitalism • Planned obsolescence • Over- consumption

Fishing — Blast fishing • Bottom trawling • Cyanide fishing • Ghost nets • Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing • Overfishing • Shark finning • Whaling

Logging — Clearcutting • Deforestation • Illegal logging

Mining — Acid mine drainage • Hydraulic fracturing • Mountaintop removal mining • Slurry impoundments

Toxins — Chlorofluorocarbons • DDT • Endocrine disruptors • Di- oxin • Toxic heavy metals • Environmental impact of the coal industry • Herbicides • Pesticides • Toxic waste • PCB • Bioaccumulation • Biomag- nification

Waste — Electronic waste • Litter • Waste disposal incidents • Ma- rine debris • Medical waste • Landfill • Leachate • Environmental impact of the coal industry • Incineration • Great Pacific Garbage Patch • Ex- porting of hazardous waste


unIt 6. SPEaKIng aBout art…

Lesson 58

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Клас

Дата


Цілі:формувати лексичні навички й навички вимови; вдосконалювати на-

вички читання й усного мовлення; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву

реакцію учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.


1. Warm-up

Do ex. 1, p. 165.

2. speaking


Procedure


Do ex. 3, p. 165 (questions 1–6).

3. Vocabulary practice

Match forms of art tools and their definitions.

1) Tech- nique a) materials, images, signs and symbols
2) Visual Design b) the way that an artwork is made and studied that is the prac- tice of Art Making, Art Criticism and Art History. Practice of making art works involves ideas, beliefs, interpretations, intentions, skills, technology and actions
3) Media c) means the manner of an artwork, the way it looks which can be recognised as characteristic of a person, school or culture e.g. the styles of Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Cubism, the Aztecs or Egyptians, the style of Dali or Picasso which can be identi- fied by its characteristic elements
4) Print Making d) is the deliberate choice and layout of elements in a work of painting, drawing, photograph, collage, computer graphics or three dimensional form such as furniture, appliances or fur- nishings, which acts as a prototype for production and com- mercial release
5) Style e) means the manner of making or method used in achieving an artwork. The manner of artistic execution or performance or the skills used in making artworks. For example, traditional western oil painting on canvas or the Impressionists “dab” technique. The coiling technique in pottery or the photograph- ic silk screen print making technique
6) Process f) the task, the job, the purpose of an artwork such as telling stories or narrative, to inspire magic, to celebrate an event, to decorate, art for religious instruction and worship, to imi- tate nature, for personal pleasure or art for art’s sake such as exploring the emotional effects of the elements or developing visual effects with media or technology.
7) Prac- tice g) means the sequence of action, the steps taken when making an art work usually involving developing ideas by experimenta- tion, exploring different ways of solving problems, manipu- lating these ideas and appropriate media by evaluating success and resolving the work for presentation
8) Func- tion h) is where the artist uses TECHNOLOGY that allows more than one work to be produced

Key: 1 e, 2 d, 3 a, 4 h, 5 c, 6 g, 7 b, 8 f.

4. Reading

Do ex. 4, p. 165.

5. Writing

From the text in ex. 4, p. 165 write out all the word which are connected

with painting and which would be useful for describing other paintings.


6. Listening

Listen to the dialogue and do the task.

AT A FLEA-MARKET

V e n d o r. Hello, Madam, What can I do for you today?

C u s t o m e r (picking up a beautiful hand-painted plate). This is quite lovely. Where was it made?

V e n d o r. Oh, I see you have excellent taste. It’s local pottery. It was painted by a local artist.

C u s t o m e r. It’s really something… do you have anything else by this artist?

V e n d o r. Well, I’m not really sure who exactly painted which pieces of pottery, but here are some similar pieces.

C u s t o m e r. No, they’re really not the same.

V e n d o r. Well, how about these here? I had them brought in just this morning.

C u s t o m e r. Yes, those are quite nice. What about the prices?

V e n d o r. Obviously, it depends on what you would like to buy. That plate that you were first looking at costs $50.


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