Read the text quickly and answer the following questions. 1. Who is the student? Jane Goodall 2. What animals are observed? Chimps 3. When did Jane Goodall arrive in Gombe? In 1960 4. Where
did the story take place? In East Africa
Read the text again and get the main idea of each paragraph. Para1 Para2 Para3 Para4
A. A day in the park. B. Jane’s attitudes toward the animals. C. Jane has achieved everything she wanted to do. D. Jane’s way of studying chimps and her discoveries.
1. When did we start? 2. How did we work? First While Then Most of the time
We started at 5:45am.
watch / go back to…
sit / wait
t ired d irty w orthwhile
watch / observe / see watch / see
What did we see? In the morning a family of chimps wake up A. existence and move off In the evening
chimps the mother chimps go wander into chimp and to sleep the forest her babies together in B. connection difficulty (feed or clean C. responsibility play in the D.their nest each other) tree
The bond is as strong as in a human family.
Read Para 2 and answer the three questions below.
1. What was Jane’s way of studying the chimps? 2. When was Jane permitted to begin her work? 3. What was Jane’s dream in her childhood?
What was Jane’s way of studying the chimps?
She spent years observing and recording their daily activities.
When was Jane permitted to begin her work?
Only after her mother came to help her for the first few months was she allowed to begin her project.
What was Jane’s dream in her childhood?
Since her childhood she had wanted to work with animals in their own environment.
Chimps hunt and eat meat
Chimps hunt a monkey and then eat it How chimps communicate with each other Results
Changed the way people think about chimps
Helped her work out their social system
1. For forty years Jane has been outspoken about making the rest of the world understand and respect the life of these animals.
2. She has argued that wild animals should be left in the wild and not used for entertainment or advertisements . 3. She has helped to set up special places where they can live safely .
Jane has achieved everything she wanted to do, what are they?
? Gain ? a doctor’s degree Show that women can live in the forest as ? men can
Work with animals in their own environment
What contributions has Jane made?
Jane spent years observing and recording chimps’ daily activities and helped people understand how much they behave like humans. Jane has been outspoken about making the rest of the world understand and respect the life of chimps. Jane has argued that chimps should be left in the wild and not used for entertainment or advertisements. Jane has helped to set up special places where they can live safely.
busy but worthwhile
A woman of achievement
chimps for many years and Jane has studied ________ helped people understand how much they behave _______ observing and like humans. She spent many years __________ activities She did not recording their daily __________. university but was determined to study at a ___________, environment work with animals in their own ______________. Her work has changed the way people think discovered that chimps about chimps. She also ____________ communicate hunt and eat meat, and how they _____________ with each other.
Jane Goodall has been helping other people respect the life of animals for understand and ________ argued for them to be left forty years. She has ________ wild and not used for ________________ entertainment or in the _____ advertisements.
achieved everything she wanted to do. She has _________ inspires those who want to cheer Her behavior _________ the achievements of women.
1. Take measures to stop hurting or hunting them. 2. Try our best to protect their homeland. 3. Make our earth clean and comfortable. 4. Tell people the importance of protecting wildlife animals. …
Only if we understand can we care;
Only if we care will we help;
Only if we help shall all be saved.