بوربوينت درس What does the future hold اللغة الإنجليزية الصف التاسع

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بوربوينت درس What does the future hold اللغة الإنجليزية الصف التاسع


How many words can you say

batteries

technological

change

recycling

predict

borin

Beat the clock

solar energ

bio -degradable

sustainabl

composting

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environment

future

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batteries

technologic

change

recycling

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boring

: How does the author thin household. routines will chane

Read the following text about houses in the future

It's hard to think what homes will be like in the future. Over the last 30 years there has already been so much change — who would have believed back in the 1970s that we would be living in such a technological world

 

So, imagining the future is really hard, given how quickly things change

Personally, I'd like to see household routines becoming far better for the environment. I think we'll be using more clean energy at home in the future. For example, we'll be using far more solar energy than now and using solar panels instead of replacing batteries

Hopefully, there will be a lot less rubbish in the future compared to now, so putting out the rubbish will be a thing of the past. There will be nowhere near as much non-biodegradable rubbish as today because companies will be rewarded for making their products out of biodegradable and sustainable materials

We will see far more recycling done at home — using composting bins

Maybe there will be a lot more robots being used around the house. All we will have to do is set up a program and push a button! That's what many people predict. But I'm not sure I'd want a robot to do everything

What would we do ? There's a lot ofpleasure in a job done well. Even though household routines can be hard work and really boring, they can also be very relaxing

Read the text again

Read the text again

Are these statements true or false

I. In the 1970s there was already a lot of technology

2. Things change quickly

. The author wants to live in a society which uses clean energy

. More recycling will be done by composting

5. Robots will take over our lives. T/F

 The author likes the idea of a robot doing everything for her

Read this extract from the article on page 17 (W B)

Personally; i'd like to household routines becoming far Irtter for the think IR'II be using more clean energy at home in the film'. For eunple, well be uqngfar more solar energy than now and using solar panels instead of replacing batteries, Hopefully, be a lot less rubbish in the future compared to now, so putting out the rubbish will be a thing ofthe be nowhere near as much non- biod: gradable rubbish IS today because companies Will be rewarded for making their prcducts out of biodegadable and sustainable materials. We will see far more recycling done at home - using composting bins

What does the author hope household routines will focus on in the future

 

Running on renewable energy and meeting your every need, this is the robot of the future

This robot will make your preferred breakfast in the morning and have dinner waiting for you in the evening. It can even predict the weather and choose suitable clothes for the next day Before you leave the house in the moming, just tell your robot what you want to do in the evening and everything will be set up by the time you get home from school or work. If you want tickets for a football match or the cinema, a reservation at a restaurant or a flight to London — nothing is too much trouble

In time, it will even predict what you want to do

What would you like your robot to do for you

l. What activities would you like the robot to do

. What special abilities would it have

. What would your robot look like

. Where would it 'live

 

Read this extract from the article on page 17 (W B)

Personally; i'd like to household routines becoming far Irtter for the think IR'II be using more clean energy at home in the film'. For eunple, well be uqngfar more solar energy than now and using solar panels instead of replacing batteries, Hopefully, be a lot less rubbish in the future compared to now, so putting out the rubbish will be a thing ofthe be nowhere near as much non- biod: gradable rubbish IS today because companies Will be rewarded for making their prcducts out of biodegadable and sustainable materials. We will see far more recycling done at home - using composting bins

 

Read this extract from the article on page 17 (W B)

Personally; i'd like to household routines becoming far Irtter for the think IR'II be using more clean energy at home in the film'. For eunple, well be uqngfar more solar energy than now and using solar panels instead of replacing batteries, Hopefully, be a lot less rubbish in the future compared to now, so putting out the rubbish will be a thing ofthe be nowhere near as much non- biod: gradable rubbish IS today because companies Will be rewarded for making their prcducts out of biodegadable and sustainable materials. We will see far more recycling done at home - using composting bins

 

Read this extract from the article on page 17 (W B)

Personally; i'd like to household routines becoming far Irtter for the think IR'II be using more clean energy at home in the film'. For eunple, well be uqngfar more solar energy than now and using solar panels instead of replacing batteries, Hopefully, be a lot less rubbish in the future compared to now, so putting out the rubbish will be a thing ofthe be nowhere near as much non- biod: gradable rubbish IS today because companies Will be rewarded for making their prcducts out of biodegadable and sustainable materials. We will see far more recycling done at home - using composting bins

Will we be putting the rubbish out in the future

Why does the author think there will be less bio -degradable rubbish

What will we be using composting bins for
 

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