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Cats in Crisis

Reading Explorer 3 Unit 3B
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Bahar Yavçan

on 27 April 2015

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Transcript of Cats in Crisis

What kind of an animal is the snow leopard?
Cats in Crisis
Tracking the Snow Leopard
What animals are endangered?
Guess!
Look quickly at the photos and first and last sentences of the paragraphs.
Vocabulary
Why do animals become endangered?
Let's see what you know about the BIG CATS!

To which animal does this fur belong?
JAGUAR
How about this?
LION
Any ideas for this one?
LEOPARD

This one?
CHEETAH
Here is the last one...
TIGER
Time for TRUE/FALSE
Each tiger's stripy pattern is unique
T
Lions are found only in Africa
F
Jaguars are good swimmers
T
The cheetah is the fastest land mammal
T
Leopards can be found in South America
F
What is the text about?
The number of snow leopards left in the wild?
Methods of protecting snow leopards?
How baby snow leopards survive in the wild?
Conflicts between snow leopards and herders?
enforce (v)
to make (a law, rule, etc.) active or effective : to make sure that people do what is required by (a law, rule, etc.)
Governments make laws and the police
enforce
them.
Synonyms?
apply
carry out
implement
enforcement (n)
They're having serious
conflicts
over the budget; they cannot agree on anything.
conflict (n)
strong disagreement between people, groups, etc., that results in often angry argument
Synonyms?
disagreement
conflict (v)
The little girl was
dragging
her teddy bear along the road.
drag (v)
to pull (someone or something that is heavy or difficult to move)
My mother and I
reversed
our roles. Now I'm taking care of her.
reverse (v)
to change (something) to an opposite state or condition
Synonyms
?
shift
change
switch
reversal (n)
SBY
Fur coats are not in
trend
anymore.
trend (n)
a practice or interest that is very popular for a short time
Synonyms?
style
fashion
vogue
the physical features of a region as a whole
landscape (n)
Synonyms?
environment
scenery
The
landscape
was green and fruitful where we saw all the small pieces of land cultivated by local farmers.
The United Nations World Food Programme is working on projects to help the countries suffering from
poverty
and hunger.
poverty (n)
the state of being poor
Awards provide an
incentive
for young people to improve their skills.
incentive (n)
something that encourages a person to do something or to work harder
Synonyms?
encouragement
motivation
incentive (adj)
wealth
Synonyms?
scarcity
shortage
Antonyms?
luxury
richness
to give money or another kind of payment to (someone or something) for something good that has been done
reward (v)
She
rewarded
herself by buying a new pair of shoes
reward (n)
Staff members were given a
bonus
for finishing the project on schedule.
bonus (n)
something good that you did not expect in a situation; extra
Reading:
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