Tiếng Anh - Unit 9: Natural disasters - Lesson 4: Read

- Pacific Rim (n)

collapse (v)

vành đai Thái Bình Dương

sụp đỗ

tidal wave (n):

sóng thần

abrupt (adj)

sudden

 

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ption.F5 . The eruption of Mount Pinatubo is the world's largest ever volcanic eruption. True or false?eruption in more than 50 yearsF True or false?6. A tornado looks like a funnel.Tornadoes: Tornadoes are funnel-shaped storms which pass overland below a thunderstorm. They can suck up anything that is in their path. In Italy in 1981, a tornado lifted a baby, who was asleep in its baby carriage, into the air and put it down safety 100 meters away! 1. Most of the earthquakes in the world occur in the Ring of Fire.2. The earthquake in Kobe in 1995 caused severe damage.3. A huge tidal wave traveled from California to Alaska and hit Anchorage in the 1960s.4. Typhoon, hurricane and tropical storm are different words for the same natural disaster.5 . The eruption of Mount Pinatubo is the world's largest ever volcanic eruption.6. A tornado looks like a funnel.2. True – False:TTFTFTAlaskaCaliforniaeruption in more than 50 yearsNATURAL DISASTERSEarthquakes: Ninety percent of earthquakes occur around the Pacific Rim, which is known as the ‘Ring of fire’. In 1995, a huge earthquake struck the city of Kobe in Japan. A large number of people were killed when homes, office blocks and highways collapsed.Tidal waves: Tidal waves are the result of an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the Earth. In the 1960s, a huge tidal wave were hit Anchorage, Alaska. The tidal wave traveled from Alaska to California!Typhoons: When a tropical storm reaches 120 kilometers per hour. It is called a hurricane in North and South America, a cyclone in Australia, and a typhoon in Asia. The word ‘typhoon’ comes from Chinese: ‘tai’ means ‘big’ and ‘feng’ means ‘wind’, so the word ‘typhoon’ means ‘big wind’.Volcanoes: We can usually predict when a volcano will erupt. Mount Pinatubo, which is a volcano in the Philippines, erupted in 1991. It was the world’s largest volcanic eruption in more than 50 years. Hundreds of people died, but thousands were saved because scientists had warned them about the eruption.Tornadoes: Tornadoes are funnel-shaped storms which pass overland below a thunderstorm. They can suck up anything that is in their path. In Italy in 1981, a tornado lifted a baby, who was asleep in its baby carriage, into the air and put it down safety 100 meters away! Complete the sentences The majority of earthquakes2.During the earthquake in Kobe, many..................................................3. A tidal wave can only occur when..4. In Australia, a tropical storm is known as 5. The Chinese language gave us 6. A tornado is a type of storm that ..Earthquakes: Ninety percent of earthquakes occur around the Pacific Rim, which is known as the ‘Ring of fire’. In 1995, a huge earthquake struck the city of Kobe in Japan. A large number of people were killed when homes, office blocks and highways collapsed.The majority of earthquakes2.During the earthquake in Kobe, many.................................................. Complete the sentences occur round the Pacific Rimpeople were killedWhen homes, office blocks and highways collapsed.Tidal waves: Tidal waves are the result of an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the Earth. In the 1960s, a huge tidal wave were hit Anchorage, Alaska. The tidal wave traveled from Alaska to California! Complete the sentences 3. A tidal wave can only occur when.. in the underwater movement of the Earth.there is an abrupt shiftTyphoons: When a tropical storm reaches 120 kilometers per hour. It is called a hurricane in North and South America, a cyclone in Australia, and a typhoon in Asia. The word ‘typhoon’ comes from Chinese: ‘tai’ means ‘big’ and ‘feng’ means ‘wind’, so the word ‘typhoon’ means ‘big wind’. Complete the sentences 4. In Australia, a tropical storm is known as 5. The Chinese language gave us a cyclone.the word " typhoon".Tornadoes: Tornadoes are funnel-shaped storms which pass overland below a thunderstorm. They can suck up anything that is in their path. In Italy in 1981, a tornado lifted a baby, who was asleep in its baby carriage, into the air and put it down safety 100 meters away! Complete the sentences 6. A tornado is a type of storm that ..passes overland below a thundderstorm and sucks up anything that is in its path. Complete the sentences The majority of earthquakes2.During the earthquake in Kobe, many..................................................3. A tidal wave can only occur when..4. In Australia, a tropical storm is known as 5. The Chinese language gave us 6. A tornado is a type of storm that ..occur round the Pacific Rimpeople were killed whenhomes, office blocks and highways collapsed.there is an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the Earth.a cyclone.the word " typhoon".passes overland below a thundderstorm and sucks up anything that is in its path.1. Where do most of the earthquakes in the world occur?2. Did a huge earthquake strike the city of Kobe in Japan in 1990?3. When did Mount Pinatubo, which is the volcano in Philippines, erupt?4. Was the eruption of Mount Pinatubo the world’s ever largest volcanic eruption?4.Answer the questions5. How many people died when Mount Pinatubo erupted ?- They occur around the Pacific Rim, (which is known as the ‘Ring of Fire’.)- No, it didn’t. - It erupt in 1991.- No, it wasn’t. - Hundreds of people died1. Where do most of the earthquakes in the world occur?2. Did a huge earthquake strike the city of Kobe in Japan in 1990?3. When can a tidal wave occur?4. What is a typhoon called in Australia?4.Answer the questionsAnswer the following questionsa)How many people were killed by the earthquake in Kobe in 1995 ?b) What will happen when there is an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the earth ?c) What does “typhoon” mean ?d) Can we predict a volcano ?e) What does a tornado look like?123567 LUCKY NUMBER48ABIV. Homework1/ Learn the new words by heart 2/ Find out more information about natural disasters, especially in Vietnam 3/ Prepare “Write”: using the pictures and the given words to write a story123456789100Ninety percent of ......... occur around the Pacific Rim .a) earthquakesb) tidal wavesc) tornadoesd) volcanoes123456789100A huge tidal wave hit Anchorage inthe 1940sthe 1950sthe 1960sthe 1970slucky number123456789100Where was the earthquake in 1995 ?a/ Tokyob/ Ha Noic/ Kobed/ London123456789100Tornadoes can such ... anything in their path.a) upb) downc) ond) inlucky number123456789100Can we predict a volcano?-Yes, we can.123456789100 What does a tornado look like?- It looks like a funnel.Answer the following questionsa)How many people were killed by the earthquake in Kobe in 1995 ?b) What will happen when there is an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the earth ?c) What does “typhoon” mean ?d) Can we predict a volcano ?e) What does a tornado look like?1. Where do the most of the earthquakes occur?2. What happens when there is an earthquake?3. When can a tidal wave occur?4. What is a typhoon called in Australia?4.Answer the questionsThe most of the earthquakes occur around the Pacific Rim1. Where do the most of the earthquakes occur?Many homes, office blocks and highways collapse.2. What happens when there is an earthquake?3. When can a tidal wave occur?A tidal wave occurs when there is an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the Earth4. What is a typhoon called in Australia?It is called a cycloneA:B:TokyoHa Noi#2Where was the earthquake in 1995 ?C:D:KobeLondonC: KobeA:B:ChineseAustralian#3Where does the word “typhoon” come from?C:D:EnglishVietnameseA: ChineseB: the 1960slucky numberThank you very much GOODBYEPeriod: 61Unit 9:NATURAL DISASTERSLesson 4: Read1/ A huge earthquake struck the city of Kobe in Japan in 1995.2/ Some people were killed. True or false?TEarthquakes: Ninety percent of earthquakes occur around the Pacific Rim, which is known as the ‘Ring of fire’. In 1995, a huge earthquake struck the city of Kobe in Japan. A large number of people were killed when homes, office blocks and highways collapsed.FA large number of Period: 61Unit 9:NATURAL DISASTERSan abrupt shift1.Tidal wave are the result of .in the under water movement of the Earth.2. A huge tidal wave traveled from .in the 1960.Lesson 4: Read Fill in the blanksAlaka to CaliforniaTidal waves: Tidal waves are the result of an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the Earth. In the 1960s, a huge tidal wave were hit Anchorage, Alaska. The tidal wave traveled from Alaska to California!Period: 61Unit 9:NATURAL DISASTERS1.What is a tropical storm called in Australia ?2. Which language gave us meaning of “typhoon” ?Lesson 4: Read Choose the correct answer:A. cycloneA. AustraliaC. hurricaneD. snowstormB. typhoonB.ChineseC. AmericaTyphoons: When a tropical storm reaches 120 kilometers per hour. It is called a hurricane in North and South America, a cyclone in Australia, and a typhoon in Asia. The word ‘typhoon’ comes from Chinese: ‘tai’ means ‘big’ and ‘feng’ means ‘wind’, so the word ‘typhoon’ means ‘big wind’.D. Viet NamA.Scientists can usually predict when a vocano will erupt. B.Scientists can not usually predict when a vocano will erupt.2. A. Mount Pinatubo erupted in 1991. B. The Philipines erupted in 1991.Period: 61Unit 9:NATURAL DISASTERSLesson 4: ReadChoose A or B ?Volcanoes: We can usually predict when a volcano will erupt. Mount Pinatubo, which is a volcano in the Philippines, erupted in 1991. It was the world’s largest volcanic eruption in more than 50 years. Hundreds of people died, but thousands were saved because scientists had warned them about the eruption.Period: 61Unit 9:NATURAL DISASTERSCan tornadoes suck up anything that is in their path ?2. Did a tornado lift an Italian baby into the air in 1981 ?Lesson 4: Read AnswerYes, they can.Yes, it did.Tornadoes: Tornadoes are funnel-shaped storms which pass overland below a thunderstorm. They can suck up anything that is in their path. In Italy in 1981, a tornado lifted a baby, who was asleep in its baby carriage, into the air and put it down safety 100 meters away! 

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