دليل المعلم 2020 2021 دراسات اجتماعية منهج إنجليزي صف ثالث فصل ثالث

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دليل المعلم 2020 2021 دراسات اجتماعية منهج إنجليزي صف ثالث فصل ثالث

Lesson 1 | Natural Resources: Land and Water

How Natural Resources Affected Communities

Natural resources are things that sustain life. Water, trees, plants, and animals are natural resources

People settle in communities near resources that meet their needs. The basic needs of people include food, fresh water, clothing, shelter, and transportation. Shelter is another name for a place that provides protection

In the past, people settled near natural resources in the land that is now the UAE, One important natural resources is the Arabian Gulf. The water in the Arabian Gulf is not drinkable because it is salty. People used the Gulf for fishing and they earned money by pearl diving. Pearls can be made into jewellery worth a lot of money

Some people settled in the area now called Al Ain. They brought fresh water from the mountains to their farms in Al Ain, and from under the ground

People could grow more food in places like Al Ain than in the desert, In the past, life in the desert was difficult because of the natural environment

Warm Up

Lesson Description with SLO Tags and Notes

Students draw the neighbourhood in which they would like to live

Activity 1

Students complete an outline of the preceding reading. (SOC.1.3.01.010, SOC.1.4.01005)

Activity 2

Students answer comprehension questions from the preceding reading. (SOC.1.3.01.010, SOC.1.4.01.005)

Activity 3

Students start to apply what they learned from the reading. First, they compare living in different kinds of areas. (SOC.1.4.02.006, SOC.1.4.01.005)

 

Lesson 3 Natural, Capital, and Human Resources

Activity 4: Human Resources and Your Lunch

Jobs are human resources. List the human resources needed to get your lunch today from the farm to your table. Think of as many jobs as you can

Answer: farmer, truck driver, food packer, chef, lunchroom workers, etc

Activity 5: Resources Working Together

Read the story. Underline the natural resources. Put a rectangle around the capital resources. Put a circle around the human resources. (Answers are colour coded. Duplicates of resources are not highlighted.)

Answer: The baker owns a bakery. He makes delicious

cakes and sweets. When he bakes a cake, he uses milk, flour, eggs, butter, oil, and sugar. He mixes the ingredients together in a bowl. He also turns the oven
on. Then, he pours the batter into a pan. After that, he puts the pan into the oven. The cake bakes for 45 minutes When the cake is done, the baker takes it out of the oven He puts icing on the cake. Then, he puts it on a shelf in the bakery to sell

 

Lesson 4 Developments in Medicine

REDUCING, REUSING, AND RECYCLING

Did you drink water from a disposable plastic bottle today or yesterday? If you did, what did you do with the bottle? Did you throw it away? Did you put it in a recycle bin? Did you reuse it

A plastic bottle lasts at least 400 years. More and more plastic ends up in nature. Plastic pollutes nature. Animals think that the plastic is food, so they eat it. Eating plastic can kill animals

Reducing means to use something less. You can reduce the number of plastic cups you use if you drink with a glass

Reusing. means to use something again. For example, grocery stores often put things into plastic bags. You can take the plastic bags to the grocery store the next time you go shopping and use them again

Recycling means to use the material again but in a different form. The toy horses in the picture are made from recycled car tires

 

USING RESOURCES BETTER

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The world has a growing population but a limited amount of natural resources. We need to use them without harming the earth. Different countries are using their natural resources to get clean energy

In Ireland, lots of wind comes over the Atlantic Ocean. Companies in Ireland are building windmills near the coast. Wind makes the windmills turn, which creates electricity. This electricity is used for businesses and homes. Wind energy does not pollute

The UAE gets a lot of sunlight. Two world leading solar plants are in the UAE. In Abu Dhabi, there is the Noor Abu Dhabi. In Dubai, there is the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Power Park. These two plants make electricity in a clean way for the UAE

A resource that we must use better is farmland. When cities grow, people often put new buildings on farmland. This destroys the land and we cannot grow food on it

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There have been many improvements in farming in the UAE. In 1971, there were about 4,000 farms. In 2011, there were about 36,000 farms. Modern irrigation systems put water right next to the plants so that no water is wasted

In 1999, 32% of farms in the UAE used a modern irrigation system. In 2011, 91% of farms used a modern irrigation system

A recent idea is indoor farming using vertical farming. Vertical means going up rather than across. The plants are on shelves inside the greenhouse. The former can control the temperature and the water used. Little or no soil is needed. The farm produces 1,000 to 1,500 kilograms of food every day. This saves farmland, soil, and water

 

Lesson 8 | National industries

THE UAE ECONOMY: IN THE PAST UP TO NOW

In the past, fishing and pearl diving were main parts of the economy in the area that is now the UAE. Fishing provided food for people in the area. Pearls are beautiful jewellery. People all over the world wanted pearls. Pearl divers dove into the Arabian Gulf to find pearls. Then, people sold the pearls to consumers here and from around the world

In the 1960s, the emirates became a large producer of oil. After the emirates united into one country, the UAE continued to produce oil. Countries all around the world need oil. The UAE exported oil to many countries and then the UAE economy grew quickly

In the 1990s and 2000s, tourism in the UAE became more popular. More and more people come to the UAE from other countries for their holiday. They buy goods and enjoy services available in UAE hotels, shopping malls, and places of entertainment

The UAE is a desert. It must import food from other countries. It The UAE imports cars, gold, and jewellery as well. That means the UAE is a consumer of these goods

Warm Up

To begin the lesson on UAE industries, students discuss what businesses they often see in the UAE. (SOC.1.5.02.008)

Activity 1

Students answer comprehension questions from the preceding reading. (SOC.1.4.02.005, SOC.1.5.02.008)

Activity 2

Students look again at the reading, focusing on identifying how the UAE is a consumer and a producer. (SOC.1.5.02.008)


 

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