Heartening Ⅲ 英語教科書のご案内 + ダイジェスト

1 The world’s population is expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050, and that is a lot of mouths to feed. Moreover, meat consumption is steadily increasing in emerging countries as living standards rise. Experts predict that the world could face a “protein crisis” by 2030. There will no longer be enough protein to meet global demand. 2 How can we solve this problem? It’s common to think of producing more meat to increase supply. However, breeding more beef cattle and pigs isn’t the answer because expanding livestock farming would increase the burden on the environment. For one thing, current livestock production requires vast amounts of grain and water. It takes ten kilograms of feed and 22,000 liters of water to produce one kilogram of beef. Livestock farming also requires farmland for growing feed crops and extensive grasslands for the animals to graze on, which leads to the destruction of forests. Considering this issue, we need to find alternative protein sources to meat instead of relying only on livestock. 3 One possibility is plant-based meat. Meat substitutes made from tofu have been around for decades, but now newer plant-based products are increasingly popular with health-conscious consumers. One start-up company in the United States makes burger patties from soybeans, potatoes, and coconut oil. The company analyzes meat protein at Tip for Listeningthe molecular level to determine what it consists of, and then reproduces the meaty 聞こえづらくなる音flavor by recreating the same combination using plant-based ingredients. Plant-based 破裂音で終わる語+子音で始まる語meat is much more eco-friendly than regular meat. According to one study, plant-based ⇒破裂音(/d//k//t/など)は聞こえづらくなるが,完全に無くなるわけではなmeat requires 87 percent less water and 96 percent less land to produce than conventional 2020meat. It has other advantages as well. Its taste, texture, and nutritional content can be precisely adjusted. Also, because no animals are slaughtered, people who are vegan for NOTEThe food they often eatHow to address the lack of protein supply(noun) = a substance in food such as meat that is necessary for the body(noun) = animals such as cows or pigs that are kept on a farm(adjective) = able to continue without harming the environment[ developing / livestock / mineral / protein / slaughter / sustainable ]JoshHannahgood for, get protein本文中のキーワードのニュアンスを、英英語義を介して正確に把握します。 plant proteinプランプロウティンScene 1と話が つながっています。 762274く,息を止める感じになることが多い.他の例5510101515After listening to the conversation, you started to collect information about a “protein crisis” and found the following article.Hannah and Josh are talking about protein sources. You will listen to their conversation and take notes in the table below.Pre-ListeningPredict what kinds of protein sources they are talking about. Work in pairs and share your ideas.Pre-ReadingChoose three keywords from the list below to fill in the blanks. Scene1Scene2→ p.176: New Words 英英語義→ p.176: New Words 英英語義ReadingListening

元のページ  ../index.html#22