Первый слайд презентации: Why organic farming?
“Tell me what you eat and I will tell what you are” Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, French lawyer and politician
Слайд 4: FAT
Слайд 5: Carbohydrates
Слайд 6: Protein
1. Meat a) builds strong teeth and bones by providing Calcium. 2. Dairy b) helps us to have strong and healthy body by providing protein. 3. Fruits and vegetables c) are fast sources of energy. 4. Bread and cereal d) help us to have healthy gums, good eyesight by providing Vitamins A and C. 5. Fats and sugars e) gives us energy by providing protein, iron, and several B vitamins. Match:
Слайд 8: Organic farming
Organic farming is a form of agriculture that uses only natural products to help the plants or animals grow.
Слайд 9: Conventional farming
Conventional farming, also known as industrial agriculture, refers to farming systems which include the use of synthetic chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and other continual inputs, genetically modified organisms, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, heavy irrigation, intensive tillage, or concentrated monoculture production. Thus conventional agriculture is typically highly resource and energy intensive, but also highly productive.
Organic Farming Organic farming minimizes chemical usage Organic farming promotes biodiversity Soil health is improved with organic farming practices Only natural methods are used in organic farming Conventional Farming Conventional farming makes use of chemicals, synthetics, and other materials to manage weeds and pests Conventional farming uses unnatural farming methods Conventional farming use of pesticides has garnered attention towards acceptable levels of toxicity, and whether there should actually be an acceptable level Pesticides used in conventional farming can be damaging to your health.
A little seed for me to sow... (Pretend to hold a tiny seed.) A little earth to make it grow... (Stoop down and touch the ground.) A little hole, A little pat... (Pretend to dig a hole; plant seed; pat earth around seed.) A little wish, And that is that. (Touch index fingers to head ; bring arms down and fold over chest.) A little sun, A little shower... (Make sun with hands; use fingers to create rain.) A little while, And then — a flower! (Pretend to sleep; cup hands around face like flower.)
Tractors: vehicles farmers use for the difficult jobs around a farm flame Weeders : gadgets that burn the weeds/ plants that farmers don’t want/need and which can damage other plants Crops: what a farmer grows e.g. potatoes Maintain: to keep in the same condition/state Richness: the good quality of something Beneficial insects: those insects/bugs that help farmers to get rid of harmful insects/bugs Fertilisers : mixture put on plants to help them grow more successfully Compost: natural fertilizer Peelings: the skins of the vegetables that we usually throw away Pesticides/insecticides: chemicals to kill insects/ bugs Spray: to send out a liquid from a container in small drops Intensive farming: a system whereby farmers try to produce as many plants/animals as possible from their land Ecosystems: systems within nature Machinery: different machines Reduced: made less Protect: take care of Manure: animal droppings that help plants to grow in a natural way Pest control: the control of different unwanted insects/bugs Combat: fight against Rotating crops: moving crops to different fields so as not to use up all the goodness from the land nutrients: natural substances that help animals/ plants to grow