Los mejores cursos GRATIS © AulaFacil.com
  • [Entrada Profesores]
  • Certificaciones
  • [Mi AulaFácil]
sábado, 18 agosto 2018 español
Síguenos
Publica tu curso
¿Cómo Funciona AulaFácil?

The Animal Kingdom. Lead-In / Reading & Questions

Lead-In

 

animals

 

A. Put the following animals into the correct categories.

Monkey / Lobster / Frog / Haddock / Eagle / Gorilla / Crocodile / Salmon / Elephant / Mackerel / Whale / Parrot / Lizard / Baboon / Crab

(Para ver las soluciones haga doble click en el cuadro; un click vuelve a posición original)

 

cuadro1

 

Reading & Questions

Giants under siege

The bear's head swings from side to side like a metronome as he lumbers across the slope. A week or two out of hibernation, he's spent the day filling his belly on the first lush greens of spring in the Valley of the Geysers on Russia 's Kamchatka Peninsula . Struggling to keep his eyes open, he stumbles a few yards to the top of a knoll and crashes, resting his massive head on his front paws, and immediately nods off. The long winter over, all seems well.

Not so. A new season has arrived filled with perils for Kamchatka´s brown bears, the largest in Eurasia . During the Soviet era, when I was growing up here, across to the 750-mile-long peninsula was tightly restricted by the military, and there was plenty of federal money for wildlife management. As many as 20,000 bears roamed this wilderness. After the Soviet Union collapsed, international trophy hunting came to the region, oil exploration and gas development and gold mining increased, and fish and wildlife poaching grew rampant. The bear population fell to about 12,500.

Today international organizations such as the Wildlife Conservation Society, for whom I work as a biologist, are helping Russian wildlife managers. But here in Russia's untamed frontier, far from Moscow's prosperity, with the local economy still in a slump, the future of the bears is up for grabs - dependent on people with different stakes in the animals. To the hunting guide the bears are a source of income. To the scientists they're a key part of Russia 's wilderness. To the poacher they're competitors for salmon (and lucrative caviar). And to the reindeer herder they're wise and powerful neighbours. Whether the giants survive or fade away depends on who prevails.

oso

National Geographic (February 2006) - by Gleb Raygorodetsky

 

Questions

1)Walk heavily
2)Stomatch
3)Slope (2 possibilities)
4)To fall asleep
5)Wasteland
6)Uncontrolled
7)Wild
8)Investment
9)Triumphs
10)Available
Corregir   Ver Solución   Limpiar

 

 

B. Answer the following questions:

1)What happened to the bears when the Soviet Union fell apart?
2)Who are the four main figures deciding the fate of the giant bears?
3)In your own opinion, what do you think should happen to the bears?
Corregir   Ver Solución   Limpiar

 

EN
 EscucharBorrar
Alternar entre idiomas
ES
Introduzca un texto arriba y pulse [INTRO] para traducirlo
 Escuchar
Gracias por compartir y gracias por enlazar la página
Compartir en Facebook
Acepto vuestra política de privacidad
Consentimiento Expreso para el tratamiento de datos de carácter personal recabados por vía electrónica (leer consentimiento)

¡Suscríbete GRATIS a nuestro boletín diario!:

Búsqueda personalizada
Existen nuevos mensajes en las siguientes salas de chat:

      Recibe gratis alertas en tu navegador, sin configuraciones ni registros. Más info...
      [No me interesa] | [Me Interesa]



      ¿Dudas? ¿Preguntas? Plantéalas en el foro
      Suscríbete Gratis al Boletín

      Escribir la dirección de Email:

      Acepto vuestra política de privacidad
      Consentimiento Expreso para el tratamiento de datos de carácter personal recabados por vía electrónica (leer consentimiento)

      Delivered by FeedBurner

      Destacamos
      Cargando datos...
      Buenos Artículos Diarios

      Sigue a AulaFácil en:

      Ránking Mundial Certificados
      Banner AulaFácil

      Este es un producto de AulaFacil S.L. - © Copyright 2009
      B 82812322 Apartado de Correos 176. Las Rozas 28230. Madrid (ESPAÑA)