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  • 1. Unit 10: Endangered SpeciesB. SPEAKINGPage 109 Asking and answering questionsabout endangered animals. Talking about the informationof some endangered animals.

2. I. PRE SPEAKING1. Have you ever seen a tiger or an elephant?2. Where did you see them?3. Why do we call them endangered animals?4. What should we do to protect and save them? 3. II. WHILE SPEAKING Task 1. Work in pairs. Ask and answer the following questions.1. What do you call Gu Trc, T Gic, H, Voi in English? Rhinoceros /ransrs/ Panda/pnd/Tiger /tag/Elephant/elfnt/ 4. 2. In which sort of habitats can you find each of these animals? Each of them lives in the forest. 5. 3. Which of these animals can be kept as a pet or used for food or medicine? Pandas can be kept as a pet, rhinoceroses and tigers can be used formedicine and elephants can be used for food. Rhino horn4. Which of them is/are endangered? All of them are endangered. 6. Task 2. Work in pairs. Look at the information about the giant panda, tiger,rhino and elephant, which are endangered animals.Ask and answer question about them. Habitat: Bamboo forests in mountains in Example: central and western China.A: Where do giant pandas live? Population: Only about 600B: In bamboo forests in the Height: 1,2 to 1,5m mountains in central and western Weight: 75 to 160 kgChina. Food: BambooA: What is the population of Life span : About 20 to pandas in the world? 30 yearsB: Only about 600. Reason for decline: A: Why are they classified as Habitat destruction endangered species? and illegal trading.B: Because of habitat destruction and illegal trading. 7. Some pictures about giant pandas habitat. 8. Task 2. Work in pairs. Look at the information about the giant panda, tiger,rhino and elephant, which are endangered animals.Ask and answer question about them.Habitat: Grasslands, tropical and subtropical forests in Africaand southern Asia.Population: About 17,000Height: 1.2 to 1.8mWeight: 1,000 to 3,000kgFood: grass and plantsLife span: About 40 yearsReason for decline: Habitatdestruction and illegalhunting. 9. Some pictures about rhinoceross habitat. 10. Task 2. Work in pairs. Look at the information about the giant panda, tiger,rhino and elephant, which are endangered animals.Ask and answer question about them.Habitat: forest, grasslands and swampsin Siberia, Southeast Asia andSoutheast Asia and SouthernIndia.Population: Only about 6,000Height: 1.4 to 2.8mWeight: 65 to 300 kgFood: Deer, buffalo, etcLife span: About 15 to 17 yearsReason for decline: habitat destruction and illegal trading. 11. Some pictures about tigers habitat. 12. Task 2. Work in pairs. Look at the information about the giant panda, tiger,rhino and elephant, which are endangered animals.Ask and answer question about them.Habitat: Small areas of India,Sri Lanka, China, and SoutheastAsia, and the Sahara desertin Africa.Population: About 700,000Height: 3 to 4 mWeight: 5,000 to 7,000 kgFood: Grass, bark, root, leavesand fruitLife span: About 60 yearsReason for decline: Habitat destruction and illegal hunting. 13. Some pictures about elephants habitat. AfricanelephantAsian elephant 14. Task 3. Work in group. Take turns to give an oral report on the animals mentioned in Task 2.Choose a animal you want to give an oral report: 15. Giant pandaHabitat: Bamboo forests in mountains incentral and western China.Population: Only about 600Height: 1,2 to 1,5mWeight: 75 to 160 kgFood: BambooLife span : About 20 to30 yearsReason for decline:Habitat destructionand illegal trading. 16. RhinocerosHabitat: Grasslands, tropical and subtropical forests in Africaand southern Asia.Population: About 17,000Height: 1.2 to 1.8mWeight: 1,000 to 3,000kgFood: grass and plantsLife span: About 40 yearsReason for decline: Habitatdestruction and illegalhunting. 17. TigerHabitat: forest, grasslands and swampsin Siberia, Southeast Asia andSoutheast Asia and SouthernIndia.Population: Only about 6,000Height: 1.4 to 2.8mWeight: 65 to 300 kgFood: Deer, buffalo, etcLife span: About 15 to 17 yearsReason for decline: habitat destruction and illegal trading. 18. ElephantHabitat: Small areas of India,Sri Lanka, China, and SoutheastAsia, and the Sahara desertin Africa.Population: About 700,000Height: 3 to 4 mWeight: 5,000 to 7,000 kgFood: Grass, bark, root, leavesand fruitLife span: About 60 yearsReason for decline: Habitat destruction and illegal hunting. 19. Thanks for your attentioGroup 1