Food industry in North America and Europe is concerned about the decreasing population of European honeybees because they convey pollen to other plants.
2. Inside Reading-2 Unit 3 Reading-1 Looking for Bad Guys at the Big Game
- Review the text=> Integ.Speech Do you think your school should have a face recognition and personal identification system, like NEC’s promotion video, to enhance security? Speak your answer in 60 sec.
Blog Genetically modified crops
Genetically modified crops, GMCs or GM crops, are plants used in agriculture whose DNA has been modified using genetic engineering technique to introduce a new trait to the plant such as resistance to certain pests, diseases, or environmental conditions, reduction of spoilage, or resistance to chemical treatments, or improving the nutrient profile of the crop. The use of genetically modified crops has been a highly controversial issue. Some people believe such modification to the gene shouldn’t be justified and are concerned about unexpected consequences of artificial engineering to crops while others anticipate more crops will be genetically modified in the future to deal with the population growth and global warming.
=> Integ.Speech What do you think? Will you just eat naturally created and grown food or accept artificially engineered and modified food? Speak your answer in 60 sec.
=>Blog Write your Answer in four to five sentences.
I would eat artificially engineered and modified food without hesitation if it is economically and environmentally advantageous. When the world population increases by 30% in the next three decades and climate change occurs because of the global warming, this world is going to have food shortage. If genetically modified food is more resistant and durable, we will definitely need such produces to ensure food and nutrition. Also, if modified food had any cost advantages, it would benefit more people in the world. I would definitely want to one of those who enjoy such benefits of artificially engineered or genetically modified food.
3. Open Forum-1 Chapter 3 Life Science Classroom Lecture on Bees
- Lis-1-> Main Idea, More Detail
- Lis-2 by part: Answer the questions
[Part-1] 1. How popular are bees?
2. Where do you find bees?
[Part-2] 3. Explain how honey is made from nectar.
[Part-3] 4. What are the three kinds of bees? How many of them are there in a hive?
[Part-4] 5. What is the bees dance called? Why is it called that way?
6. What gives the other bees the information?
=> Task-1 Describe what the bee’s society is like in 90 sec.