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    Dolphins. Задания к фильму.
     
    15:15 - 15:43
     
    Dolphins make different sounds. Try to match them with Russian equivalents. 

    chirp                                  свист
    squawk                              чириканье, щебетание
    click                                   пронзительный крик
    whistle                               щелчок
     
    15:44  - 18:50
    1) What happens when the two dolphins meet or separate? _______________________________________________________________
    2) Do adults communicate when they join up and swim together, side by side? _____________
    3) Do dolphins often move their mouths? _____________________
    4) What does bubble-stream prove? _______________________________________________________________
    5) Is it easy for Kathleen to track a group of dolphins? Why? _______________________________________________________________
    6) How many dolphins has Kathleen catalogued? What is her way of doing it?
    7) Which type of dolphins vocalizes more: males or females? Why? ___________________________________________________________________
    8) What came as a surprise for Kathleen? __________________________________________________________________
     
    Fill in the missing words or short phrases.
     
     
    18:51 - 19:40
     
    Kathleen:
     
     I love Hopetown, but even here, I’m always ………………….. about dolphins. When I ………………. people on the street, I’m seeing dolphins in …………………………… . Every human ……………………. echos what I’ve just seen ……………………… . Like dolphins, we don’t ……………… on sound alone to communicate. We use a rich ………………………… of gestures, and …………………….. and dance. Maybe we’re not so ……………………. from dolphins at all. Like here, I see a ………………. greeting, a pectoral …………………………, and maybe a few ……………….. on parting.
     
     
    19:41 - 24:29
     
    1. What does Alejandro Acevedo do?
    2. Why does Kathleen slow the sounds down?
    3. What can dolphins do with information? _________________________________________
    4. What’s the hardest part of Kathleen’s job?
    5. What is echolocation and how do dolphins use it? _________________________________________________________________________
    6. What does Kathleen use her click detector for?
    7. Why do small fish and crustaceans bury themselves in the sand?
    8. What happens when a dolphin sends out a stream of clicks?
    9. What is interesting about their eyes? How do they use them?
    10. What is a primary means of communication for dolphins?
    11. Are dolphins always all peace and love?
    12. Which part of their body can give people a very nasty kick?
    13. What does the narrator advise you to do if a dolphin approaches you jawing aggressively?
     
     
    24:30 - 26:13
     
    Watch the episode and correct the mistakes.
     
    1) Dolphins are not very aggressive and tough but they are not capable of tenderness.
     
    2) Dolphins don’t enjoy surfing.
     
    3) When dolphins are being born, they come out head first.
     
    4) They don’t breathe air like people do.
     
    5) A spinner dolphin is called this way because it doesn’t jump high.
     
    6) Alejandro and Kathleen went to Argentina to celebrate Christmas.
     
     
    26:14 - 27:33
     
    Complete the sentences.
     
    1) Alejandro and Kathleen will join their former professor who ………………………………………………………………………………………………..
    2) Their ………………………………………………… will allow the scientists to get close to the dolphins.
    3) Kathleen will record their …………………………………..,while Alejandro studies their ………………………………………………….. .
    4) Each morning, a small group of hungry duskies patrols the bay, looking for …………………………………… to eat.
    5) Dolphins in a hurry move in long ………………………………….. .
    6) They move fast through the air which is 800 times ………………………………………. .
     
     
    27:34 - 32:05
     
    Answer the questions.
     
    1) What fish are the dolphins feeding on?
     
    2) What did Professor Wursig find out? Why does he think dolphins leap high?
     
    3) What can loud vocal calls mean?
     
    4) Why do dolphins blow bubbles?
     
    5) How do dolphins feed on a baitball? Why?
     
    6) How do dolphins mate?
     
    7) Does water clarity affect dolphin sounds?
     
     
    32:06 - 33:47
     
    Fill in the gaps in the following episode.
     
     In my …………… to understand the dolphin’s body language, I wondered what would happen if I ……………………….. them in a completely different way? I wondered if the ……………… of the ……………………. would allow me to become less of an …………., and more of a participant in their dance. Sometimes the dolphins …………………….. themselves right in front of me, as if they wanted to ………………. me on. I felt like a dancer, first following my partner, then………. They were ………………………. with me in a new way, a much closer way. I’ve …………. that a lot of the communication between dolphins is ……………………. . it’s probably much closer to dance and music than it is to ………………….. . The scooter gave me a …………………………….. of that. For the first time, I felt I was ………….. of their dance, which is at the very ……………… of all dolphin communication.
     
     
    33:48 - 36:43
     
    Choose the right variant.
     
    1) The gestures and body language are central / insignificant to the friendship between Dean and Jojo, the dolphin.
     
    2) After 4 months away, Dean cannot/ can predict how Jojo will react to his absence.
     
    3) The dolphin recognizes / doesn’t recognize his toy.
     
    4) A few years ago Dean was approached by a shark/ an aggressive dolphin.
     
     
    36:44 - 38:28
     
    What kind of barrier is still there between Dean and Jojo?
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