Unit 4 Wildlife protection
Part One: Teaching Design (第一部分：教学设计)
Period 1: A sample lesson plan for reading
(HOW DAISY LEARNED TO HELP WILDLIFE)
To talt endangered species
To read about wildlife protection
I. Warming up by learning about animals
Look at the photos below and listen to me telling you about the animals, the endangered animals.
The Giant Panda is a mammal now usually classified in the bear family, Ursidae, that is native to central China.
The Giant Panda lives in mountainous regions, lian and Tibet. The Giant Panda is the symbol of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), a conservation organization. Toward the latter half of the 20th century, the panda also bee somewhat of a national emblem for China, and is now used in Chinese gold coins.
Giant Pandas are an endangered species, threatened by continued loss of habitat and by a very low birthrate, both in the wild and in captivity. About 1,600 are believed to survive in the wild.
Milu deer is a Chinese deer. It has a long tail, wide hooves, and branched antlers. Another Chinese name for it is “four unlikes,.”because the animals were seen as having the horns of a stag, the neck of a el, the foot of a cow, and the tail of an ass.
These animals were first made known to Western science in the 19th century, by Father Arm and David, a Frenissionary working in China. At the time, the only surviving herd was in a preserve belonging to the Chinese emperor. The last herd of Milu deers that remained in China were eaten by Western and Japanese troops that were present at the time of the Boxer Rebellion.
These deer are now found in zoos around the world, and a herd of Milu deer was reintroduced to Dafeng Reserve, China in the late 1980s. They are classified as “critically endangered.”in the wild, but do not appear to have suffered from a genetic bottlenecse of small population size.
A tiger is a large cat famous for its beautiful fur of orange striped