Tuần này Ce Phan biên soạn các bài học liên quan tới chủ đề Mối quan hệ của con người và thế giới tự nhiên (Our relationships with nature). Tất cả bài học đều đã được đăng tải trên hệ thống học tiếng Anh Timeline Learning

Bài học này dành cho các bạn thực hành tiếng Anh theo hướng học thuật và những bạn đang theo đuổi khoá học luyện thi IELTS Speaking. Những câu hỏi bên dưới được sưu tầm và có phần gợi ý trả lời. Ce Phan sẽ tiếp tục cập nhật thêm các phần hướng dẫn chi tiết cho từng câu hỏi trong những lần biên soạn kế tiếp. 

Topic: Our relationship with nature

Part 1:

1. Do you like visiting natural places?

Sample answer: Yes, I am fond of getting close to the nature. Once I am free, I’d like to visit one of the forest parks around Lam Dong. These places are not only really perfect for physical activities, but also can help me let off steam.


2. What are some well-known natural attractions in your country?
3. Have you ever gone camping?
4. Do you like a natural environment?
5. How do city kids in your country have contact with nature?
6. Do you have any memories of nature from your childhood?
7. What are the benefits of learning about nature?
8. What can people get from going to natural places

 

Part 2

Question 1: Describe a wild animal from your country.

You should say:

    - what the animal is

    - what it looks like

    - where it lives

and explain how you feel about this animal.

 

Question 2: Describe the most beautiful natural scenery you have ever seen.

You should say:

     - What is it

     - Where and when you saw it

     - Who was with you

and explain why do you think this is the most beautiful scenery you have ever seen.

 

Part 3:

What effects do you think humans have on wild animals?

Humans have a huge impact on wild animals. We have destroyed a lot of natural habitats, and many animals are in danger of extinction. Tigers and rhinos, for example, are endangered species because of humans. The pollution and waste that we produce also have an effect on animals. In some places there are no fish in the rivers.

What measures could we take to protect wildlife?

I think we need stricter rules to protect natural areas and the wild animals that live there. For example, we should stop cutting down trees in the rain forest. National parks are a good idea because they attract tourists while protecting wildlife.

Is it the responsibility of schools to teach children about protecting wildlife?

Yes, schools can play a big part in educating children about this issue. Children should learn how to look after the natural environment. I think schools already teach children about endangered species and the destruction of rain forests, so hopefully future generations will do a better job of protecting wildlife.

Do you think people should protect wildlife?

Definitely yes, protecting wildlife is not just about our responsibility but also about ensuring life is good for us. We are living in a planet where any imbalance effects the entire living beings. So, disparity in the nature ultimately impacts us. The food chain gets disturbed and our existence comes into question. What most people do not understand is that we exist because of wildlife and harming it, in turns harms us as well.

What impact do you think human actions have caused on wild life?

Human actions have disturbed the wild life. We have destroyed their home i.e. jungles and oceans. Not only this, in so many ways we have taken away from them their food. Like, extinction of one species does impacts the other which used to feed on it. Apart from this, human have so many times went on to kill animals for the sake of hunting. Our advancement in the field of science and technology, has led us to emit gases and cause pollution that has impacted the entire flora and fauna.

Why are animals important to us?

I am not an animal lover but the reason I think they are important is because they help in maintaining balance in life. So, if their no more lions there will be lot of deer and that will in turn imbalance the food chain. We being the highest at it will surely have to face the consequence. Apart from wild animals, the pets do help us psychologically.

Can you list a few items that are made from animals?

Well, there are so many. All the leather items are made from the skin of animals. Be it bags or belts or sometimes even clothes. There are even jackets and winter wears made from the fur of the animals. Surprisingly, nail polishes and perfumes are also made from some parts of animals.

 

Biên soạn: Ce Phan