Презентация "Born to serve" 10 класс


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  • BORN TO SERVE?

  • Animals in the Human Community
  • Power
  • Recreation
  • Companionship
  • Spiritual strength
  • Food
  • Aesthetic pleasure
  • Clothing

  • Ever since true humans appeared on earth, they have lived in close association with other animals. Through­out most of that time, humans existed as hunter-gatherers who depend on wild animals for food and cloth­ing. They also found a source of aesthetic pleasure and spiritual strength in the animal life about them. Evidence of this exists in the remarkable paintings of Paleolithic people in the caves of southern France. The religious practices of Native North Americans involved the ven­eration of certain animals, such as the bear, wolf, and eagle, in an attempt to acquire the power, wisdom, courage, and speed that these animals they believed possessed.

  • Mystical feelings toward animals are reflected in myths and folktales, moralistic fables involving animals, and anthropomorphic animal stories for children, as well as the use of animal names for cars, I sports teams, and so on.
  • Despite highly developed technology and agri­culture and the domestication of many species, modern hu­mans still depend on wild stock. Unmanaged commercial exploitation, however, has greatly reduced this resource and has driven some spices to the edge of extinction In addition, wild animals provide recreation in the form of hunting and fishing, bird watching, and visits to zoos and wildlife refuges.

  • Humans domesticated some animals for food, clothing, power, and companionship. Through pro­tection and selective breeding humans changed early domesticated forms into highly productive dairy and beef cattle, sheep, pigs, and poultry. Also contribut­ing to human welfare (health, comfort and happiness) are the dogs, cats, white rats and mice, guinea pigs, and rhesus monkeys that medical researches has used to gain an understanding of human physiology and to develop drugs.

  • Evidence \ evident \ evidently
  • From his look it was that the news came as a complete shock.
  • Mary was upset when she heard the news.
  • There is no in support of this theory.
  • Medical shows that men are more likely to have heart attacks than women.
  • There is statistical that in rich industrial countries people eat more animal food.
  • evident
  • evidently
  • evidence
  • evidence
  • evidence

  • Domestication \ domestic \ domesticate.
  • Men and women tried to (1) other animals, some of which were more difficult to control. Until recently,(2) was seen as a one –sided affair in which human beings dominated animals. However, new theories and evidence suggest that the initial impulse for (3) the chance to approach a warm hearth on a cold night. The (4) dog has coexist with human beings as a working partner and household pet.
  • domesticate
  • domestication
  • domestication
  • domestic

  • Power
  • Recreation
  • Companionship
  • Spiritual strength
  • Food
  • Clothing
  • Aesthetic pleasure
  • People depend on animals for

  • Which of the following can be called commercial exploitation of animals?
  • Taking pictures of animals
  • Cattle breeding
  • zoos
  • Fur industry
  • Pet shops
  • Animal shows

  • Encyclopedia entry
  • What is the name of animal?
  • How (what for) did people use this animal?
  • When did people begin to use this animal?
  • How is the animal uses now?

  • The guinea pig
  •  Pre-Incan times
  •  Europe soon after the discovery of America
  •  A popular pet
  •  A valuable research animal
  • Camels
  •  Value
  •  As pack or riding animals
  •  For their wool
  •  Milk, skin and meat
  •  Only in domestication
  •  Feet enable them to walk on sand and snow
  •  Thorny plants and dried grasses
  •  Store fat in their humps
  •  Go without eating and drinking for a few days
  • The bee
  • For honey
  • Since the end of the Neolithic Period
  • Wax
  • Candles
  • Fighting against enemy troops
  • Throw hives
  • Stopped being the only sweetener
  • 200 years ago