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A03 - U8

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VOCABULARY
pesticide
assessed
eliminated
persists
traces
option
appreciate
organic
constant
accumulate
PHRASAL VERBS
You have
2
minutes.
Write down as many phrasal verbs as possible.
Be ready to explain their meanings to the class.
LANGUAGE FUNCTION
EXPRESSING UNCERTAINTY
PHRASAL VERBS
TRANSITIVE
(NEED AN OBJECT)
A03 - U8
HEALTH AND FITNESS

Rock climbing is an activity that requires
extreme fitness
.
What other activities like these can you mention. How do people prepare to do these activities?
What can you do to cheer yourself up when you feel sad or are facing a stressful situation?
DDT
A pesticide used for insect control.
ROCK CLIMBING
YOGA
EXPLORING THE THEME
hoW ARE MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH CONNECTED? hOW MUCH CONTROL DO WE HAVE OVER EACH ONE?
1. The word
c
______ describes an event that is always happening.

2. If a chemical
p
_______in the environment, it continues to exist.

3. Foods and plants grown without the use of pesticides or chemicals are called
o
______ foods.

4. When things
a
________ they collect or are gathered together over time.

5. If you have
a
________ something you have considered it in order to make a judgement about (for ex. how good or bad it is)

6. Chemicals that farms use to kill insects or to keep insects off their crops are called
p
__________

7. If you
a
_______ a person, you are grateful to him/her and recognize his/her good qualities.

8.
T
_____ of a substance are very small amounts of it.

9. An
o
_____ is a choice between two or more things.

10. When an item is

e
_______, it has been removed completely.
(v)
(adj)
(adj)
(v)
(n)
(n)
(v)
(v)
(v)
(n)
REVERSE
VOCABULARY

rganic
onstant
ersists
liminated
ption
races
ppreciate
esticides
ssessed
ccumulate
Why is it important to test products this way?
What reactions could the man have to these products?
why do you think this testing is being carried out?
When we are talking about a topic but we are not completely the information we have is correct.
It appears/seems to me (that)...
I'm not quite/altogether sure, but it appears (that)....
I could be wrong, but it appears/doesnt' appear (that)....
....appears / looks /seems (to be)...
It appears/looks/seems as thought...
I'm not quite/altogether sure (that)...
what's happening in the picture?
turn off
A phrasal verb is made up of
2
parts...
GENERAL INFORMATION
PARTICLE
VERB
Most of the time, the meaning of a phrasal verb has nothing in common with the meaning of it's main verb.
put off
put =
To place something in a specific place
put off =
to postpone
When making sentences, sometimes a phrasal verb can accept an object
(TRANSITIVE)
This object can be
between
the verb and the particle. Other times the object
must go after
the particle.
PLEASE
TURN OFF

THE RADIO
/ PLEASE
TURN

THE RADIO
OFF
.
GET OFF
THE BUS
/
GET
THE BUS
OFF
hold out
keep back
put back
throw out
turn down
grow up
get around
turn off
cut down
give up
look after
get around
take after
what do these phrasal verbs mean?
Some phrasal verbs do not need an object
(INTRANSITIVE)
lUZ AND JESS ARE BEST FRIENDS. tHEY PERFECTLY
GET ALONG.

look into
find out
gave in
get together
INTRANSITIVE
(DON'T NEED AN OBJECT)
INSEPARABLE
SEPARABLE
LOOK INTO
FIND OUT
TURN DOWN
THROW OUT
GET TOGETHER
GIVE IN
PUT BACK
KEEP BACK
TURN OFF
CUT DOWN
GIVE UP
LOOK AFTER
GET AROUND
TAKE AFTER
PHRASAL VERBS

(MEANINGS)
TO MAKE SOMETHING STOP

TO DISCOVER
TO REFUSE
TO CANCEL / TO DISMISS
TO RESEMBLE SOMEONE (IN APPEARANCE OR CHARACTER)
TO REDUCE
TO SAVE / TO HOLD ON TO
TO ADMIT DEFEAT
TO INVESTIGATE
TO GATHER
TO REINVEST
TO SURRENDER
TO MOVE AWAY FROM
TO TAKE CARE
TURN OFF
TURN DOWN
TAKE AFTER
FIND OUT
CUT DOWN
KEEP BACK
THROW OUT
GIVE IN
LOOK INTO
PUT BACK
GIVE UP
GET TOGETHER
GET AROUND
LOOK AFTER
WORK WITH A PARTNER
SUMMARIZING
THE ARTICLE
DO YOU THINK THAT THE RESULT OF THE LAWSUIT WAS FAIR FOR THE COMPANIES, THE FAMILIES AND THE LAWYERS? eXPLAIN
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS
HOW CONCERNED ARE YOU ABOUT....?
chemicals produced by plants or insects?
chemicals used to grow food?
chemical compound in paints or materials in your home?
chemicals in medicines?
chemicals in food preservatives, colors or flavors?
mercury produced by industries?
radiation from cellphones or x-ray machines?
actions
Choose
3
of the
problems
mentioned in A and brainstorm
3

possible actions
to take to protect yourselves from those environmental health concerns.

You will present your ideas to the class.
Who is a Shaman?
What do you think their job is?
1. E_____________= the same, equal in value or degree. (adj)
2. D_____________= facts, statistics, information in the form of numbers. (n)
3. A_____________= To be the product or the consequence of something. (v)
4. E____________ = the action of spreading out or becoming larger. (n)
5. G_____________= relating to the whole world. (adj)
6. I______________= at the beginning (adv)
7. V_____________= variations of an original item. (n)
8. U_____________= the best or greatest form of something.(adj)
9. P_________ T___= preceding or before something. (prep)
10. L______________= the act or process of making laws. (n)

EGISLATION
QUIVALENT
RIOR O
LTIMATE
ERSIONS
NITIALLY
LOBAL
XPANSION
TTRIBUTED
ATA
yOU WILL ROLE PLAY A CONVERSATION BETWEEN FRIENDS.
TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO READ THE ARTICLE AGAIN.
A:
YOU ARE TRYING TO PERSUADE YOUR FRIEND TO TRY YOGA.
B:
yOU WILL ASK QUESTIONS TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THIS ACTIVITY.
What kind of equipment do you think rock climbers use?
What are some dangers of rock climbing?
Would you like to try rock climbing? Why or why not?
language function
Showing Understanding
To show the person you are talking to that you understand or sympathize with him/her.
You must be
(adj)
That must be
(adj)
You must have been
(adj)
That must have been
(adj)
A: I had to work all day yesterday.
B: Wow! You must have been
exhausted
Why did you have to stay so late?
A: My family and I visited Machupicchu for the first time.
B: Really? That must have been
incredible.
When did you travel?
THREE-WORD
PHRASAL VERBS
Some phrasal verbs consist of
3
words. This last word is a
preposition
.
The
object
of these phrasal verbs goes
AFTER
the preposition.
Martin Luther King
stood up for

the rights
of African Americans.

I made an error in the calculations but nobody
picked up on

it
.

We need to
come up with

a plan
to increase the company's sales.

I can't
put up with

negative people
who complain about everything.

Ok, let's stop goofing of and
get down to

work
. We have a lot to do.

You have to
get rid of

all those old clothes
you don't use anymore.

I've just
came down with

the flu
. I feel terrible.

Josh loves to
drop in on

his friends
unexpectedly. He never calls to say he's coming.
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