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Conservation biology, vocabulary Metodické pokyny : Číslo projektuCZ.1.07/1.5.00/34.0950 Kódování materiálu vy_32_INOVACE_bio_evo06 Označení materiáluevo06_Conservation.

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Prezentace na téma: "Conservation biology, vocabulary Metodické pokyny : Číslo projektuCZ.1.07/1.5.00/34.0950 Kódování materiálu vy_32_INOVACE_bio_evo06 Označení materiáluevo06_Conservation."— Transkript prezentace:

1 Conservation biology, vocabulary Metodické pokyny : Číslo projektuCZ.1.07/1.5.00/ Kódování materiálu vy_32_INOVACE_bio_evo06 Označení materiáluevo06_Conservation biology_vocabulary Název školyGymnázium Kladno AutorMgr. Veronika Nedvědová Anotace Vstupní slovní zásoba nezbytná pro další výklad problematiky Ochrany přírody. Podklady umožňují práci na principu CLIL výuky biologie v anglickém jazyce. PředmětBIO - biologie Tematická oblastEnvironmentální výchova TémaOchrana přírody Očekávané výstupy Zvládnutí základní slovní zásoby důležité pro danou tématiku. Důraz je kladen na aktivitu žáků, formulaci názorů a zaujímání postojů. Základním principem je stimulace komunikace v rámci tématu. Klíčová slova Chráněná území, ekosystém, ekotony, nárazníkové zony, fragmentace prostředí. Druh učebního materiáluZákladní vymezení slovní zásoby. Ročník3. a 4. Cílová skupinavyšší stupeň osmiletého gymnázia, čtyřleté gymnázium Ověřeno Použitá literatura: → J.B.Reece a kol.: Campbell Biology, Pearson, Ninth Edition,2O11. →Hájková J. a kol.: Slovník ekologie a životního prostředí, Fontána a Živá Planeta, →Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary of Current English, Oxford University Press, Fifth Edition, Fotografie se svolením Vít Homér. Ostatní materiály z vlastních zdrojů.

2 landscapebiodiversity edgearea protectedcommunities bufferexploitation wildlandarea regionalconservation reducedreserve movementzone naturecorridor humanlandscape 2. Find suitable collocations: 1)The surrounding habitats serve as … against intrusion into undisturbed area. 2)…are being established in order to slow biodiversity loss. 3)The likelihood of long-term survival of a conserved …is proportional to the stability of the society. 4)In fragmented habitats, the presence of a … can be extremely important for conserving biodiversity. 5)… is a land managed for the purpose of providing special opportunities for the study. 6)Some organisms prefer … because they gain resources from both areas. Worksheet 3.Fill in the gaps with suitable collocations: Conservation biology, vocabulary a)all the features of an area that can be seen when looking across it b)the prevention of loss, waste, damage, destruction c)to keep something alive or in existence d)breaking or making something break into small parts e)the boundary of an area f)a group of animals or plants living in the same place g)a long narrow passage h)to keep something in its original state or in a good condition i)to keep something safe from harm j)a piece of land reserved as a protected area for animals and plants k)a device for reducing the effect of an impact esp. on a railway vehicle l)a land that is not under cultivation m)using a natural recourses for one‘s own profit n)not interfered with 1. What words are described in the list?

3 Match the words with their definitions. a)all the features of an area that can be seen when looking across it b)the prevention of loss, waste, damage, destruction c)to keep something alive or in existence d)breaking or making something break into small parts e)the boundary of an area f)a group of animals or plants living in the same place g)a long narrow passage h)to keep something in its original state or in a good condition i)to keep something safe from harm j)a piece of land reserved as a protected area for animals and plants k)a device for reducing the effect of an impact esp. on a railway vehicle l)a land that is not under cultivation m)using a natural recourses for one‘s own profit n)not interfered with reserveexploitationlandscapeconservationundisturbed corridorwildlandedgefragmentationto preserve bufferto sustainprotectedcommunity Conservation biology, vocabulary

4 Answers: a)all the features of an area that can be seen when looking across it - landscape b)the prevention of loss, waste, damage, destruction- conservation c)to keep something alive or in existence- to sustain d)breaking or making something break into small parts- fragmentation e)the boundary of an area - edge f)a group of animals or plants living in the same place - community g)a long narrow passage - corridor h)to keep something in its original state or in good condition – to preserve i)to keep something safe from harm - protected j)a piece of land reserved as a protected area for animals and plants - reserve k)a device for reducing the effect of an impact esp. on a railway vehicle - buffer l)a land that is not under cultivation - wildland m)using a natural recourses for one‘s own profit - exploitation n)not interfered with - undisturbed Conservation biology, vocabulary

5 landscapebiodiversity edgearea protectedcommunities bufferexploitation wildlandarea regionalconservation reducedreserve movementzone naturecorridor humanecology Find suitable collocations: Conservation biology, vocabulary

6 landscapeecology edgecommunities protectedarea bufferzone wildlandarea regionalconservation reducedbiodiversity movementcorridor naturereserve humanexploitation Answers: Conservation biology, vocabulary

7 Fill in the gaps with suitable collocations: 1)The surrounding habitats serve as … against intrusion into undisturbed area. 2)…are being established in order to slow biodiversity loss. 3)The likelihood of long-term survival of a conserved …is proportional to the stability of the society. 4)In fragmented habitats, the presence of a … can be extremely important for conserving biodiversity. 5)… is a land managed for the purpose of providing special opportunities for the study. 6)Some organisms prefer … because they gain resources from both areas. nature reserve movement corridor wildland area buffer zones edge communities protected areas Conservation biology, vocabulary

8 Answers: 1)The surrounding habitats serve as buffer zones against intrusion into undisturbed area. 2)Protected areas are being established in order to slow biodiversity loss. 3)The likelihood of long-term survival of a conserved wildland area is proportional to the stability of the society. 4)In fragmented habitats, the presence of a movement corridor can be extremely important for conserving biodiversity. 5)Nature reserve is a land managed for the purpose of providing special opportunities for the study. 6)Some organisms prefer edge communities because they gain resources from both areas. Explain the meaning of the statements. Conservation biology, vocabulary


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