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2017-03-09 播放 46
                  Arbor Day
Host: I’ll show you a poem, can you guess our topic today?
I think that I shall never see
  A poem lovely as a tree;
  A tree whose hungry mouth is prest
  Against the earth&`&s sweet flowing breast;
  A tree that looks at God all day,
  And lifts her leafy arms to pray;
  A tree that may in Summer wear
  A nest of robins in her hair;
  Upon whose bosom snow has lain,
  Who intimately lives with rain.
  Poems are made by fools like me,
  But only God can make a tree.
Host:Have you ever planted trees?How do you celebrate the Arbor Day?

First Arbor Day in the world
  Arbor Day is a holiday in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant and care for trees. Today, many countries observe such a holiday. Though usually observed in the spring, the date varies, depending on climate and suitable planting season.
The Spanish village of Mondoñedo held the first documented arbor plantation festival in the world organized by its mayor in 1594. The place remains as Alameda de los Remedios and it is still planted with lime and horse-chestnut trees. A humble granite marker and a bronze plate recall the event. Additionally, the small Spanish village of Villanueva de la Sierra held the first modern Arbor Day, an initiative launched in 1805 by the local priest with the enthusiastic support of the entire population.(王蓝)
First Chinese Arbor Day
In 1981, the fourth session of the Fifth National People&`&s Congress of the People&`&s Republic of China adopted the Resolution on the Unfolding of a Nationwide Voluntary Tree-planting Campaign. This resolution established the Arbor Day  and stipulated that every able-bodied citizen between the ages of 11 and 60 should plant three to five trees per year or do the equivalent amount of work in seedling, cultivation, tree tending or other services. Supporting documentation instructs all units to report population statistics to the local afforestation committees as the basis for workload allocation. China celebrates Arbor Day on March 12, a day founded by Lin Daoyang, continue to use following the date of Arbor Day of China.(耀华)
Ways To celebrate Arbor Day
Inschools and other community groups, this day can be celebrated in many different ways.
•By planting trees or shrubs in school grounds, along neighbouring streets or in civic parks. 
•By &`&adopting&`& a patch of bush, with the landowner&`&s consent, and caring for it by removal of weeds, rubbish, etc, 
•By preparing firebreaks and by fencing and making paths to reduce trampling. 
 •As a class activity or common interest group go on a visit to a bush area with a spokesperson to explain the characteristics of plant species and their niche in the natural environment.
•Compile a list of everyday objects that are made of wood or wood-based materials, and find out how the wood was processed, where it came from and whatever else you can. (佳琪)
 

The Importance Of Arbor Day
  On Arbor Day, particularly attention is drawn to the part trees play in our lives. It’s not just a day to plant tress and then forget the gesture for another twelve months. Planting a tree one day is no credit to us if, during the rest of the year, we neglect to care for it and those already growing. Our thought on Arbor Day should be an expression of enduringfeeling, thought and action and not just one single,isolated flame of interest.(梦玲)