Senior 3-Jan.12th

Kikutan Review  Day 1-10
- Listen & Read aloud

Inside Reading-1 Unit 5  Reading-1  What is success? #3
- Read aloud by Section to learn words/expressions #1
[Intro]   L1 wealth->wealthy  L1 fame: hall of fame-> famous  L5 media-> Corpus/p.70 -> D.
L6 executive  L7 glamorous  exciting and attractive; fascinating, prestigious: ~ fashion models, a ~ job-> glamor
L8 lead us to believe
-> Read aloud=> Read STT
[Par.2-4]  L15 attain  to achieve something difficult to do or obtain; achieve, obtain, realize, accomplish -> attainable
L18 lack (v)  L18-19 make a/ones dream come true  L20 scheme; course of action, program, project
L23 demonstrate; show, display, exhibit: ~ how to use sth -> demonstration  L23 crawl [krɔl] ~ across the floor 
L31 aware -> Corpus/L72 : be well ~ of/that … -> unaware, awareness: public ~  L32 minimize 
L34 take on a challenge  to decide/agree to do sth: ~ a challenge/task, ~ more patients.
L34 praise sb for sth  to express strong admiration for or approval of sb or sth done: ~ him for his honesty.
L35 comfort (v) (n)-> comfortable 
L37 coincidence -> Corpus/p.71 -> F. Speak
L37 tend to   L38 heredity or upbringing  [həˈreɪ·t̬i] the natural process by which parents pass on to their children through their genes the characteristics that make them related  [ˈʌpˌbrɪŋ·ɪŋ] the way in which someone is treated and trained as a child
L38 role-> Corpus/p.70  play a key ~, ~ play,  L40 determining ambition
-> Read aloud => Read Par. 4 STT



Advancing 2-Jan.10th

Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2 

Do you think gene editing should be allowed on any condition?
=> Speak your answer in 90 seconds. => Write your answer in six to eight sentences (100w).

Open Forum-2 => Center Listening-2016

Read and Write Unit 7  Reading #2  The Climb of My Life
- Blog Review Writing: Why do you think some people who do extreme sports (Reading-1) or physical challenges (Reading-2) need to take risks? Write a response essay by Dec.31st.
Check collocations. Risk=> face, take, increase/minimize ~ Try not to translate from Japanese. “challenge”  not so much about the risk => Revise
- Writing Skill: Writing a narrative essay/p.148 -> The Second Climb-> Task B/p.149
- Grammar: Shifts between past and present/p.149-150 -> Task B-> Task C
- Blog A narrative essay: reporting on a specific time and series of events. Use facts and details to create a coherent story or narrative.  coherent: logical and well organized, easy to understand and clear
- Outline to describe a time when you accomplished something significant to you.
=> Write a narrative essay by Jan. 14th

- Interest Cambodia Photos Map  Images  Demographic  Cambodian dishes  Photos 


Senior 3-Jan.9th

Kikutan Day 60 #2
- Listen & Read aloud                      - Read aloud by sentence -> Check words/expressions
- Chants -> Read aloud                     - Read & Look up/Shadowing

Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2  Lis-> Speak the Task -> Repeat by sentence=> Shadowing
- #11  Report the dialogue in the past tense in 2 sen. 1.The man found 2. So, he offered to help her
           due tomorrow,  about halfway done,  give you a hand
- #26  Report the narration in 2 sen. 1. Michell started taking a swimming class to … 2.She was nervous …, but she is enjoying … nervous about -ing,

Inside Reading-1 Unit 5  Reading-1   What is success? #2
- Reading Skill: Identifying Definitions
=> Scan the text and underline the words and their definitions           
              => Dic Check the definition. Read the examples. Study Word Family
              1. ambition: a strong desire for success, achievement, power, or wealth-> ambitious
                   2. persistence-> persistent  continuing to do something in a determined way even w/difficulties or opposition:
               Be ~, don't give up.  -> persist; carry on, continue: The government is ~ing with its ambitious plan
3. inhibit to prevent sb from doing sth by making them feel nervous/embarrassed; prevent, slow down a process: People were ~ed from speaking by the presence of the police. -> inhibition, inhibiting
                   4. dynamic personalities having a lot of ideas and enthusiasm; energetic, active, influential, aggressive, forceful
                   5. exploit ; take advantage of, misuse, abuse, profit from: Laws exist to stop companies ~ing their employees.
- Reading Comprehension-B
           -> Read the text, mark the words. Note the line numbers where the answers are written => Pair
-> Write the par. # in the Chart/p.67=> Understand the structure of the text.


Senior 3-Jan.5th

Winter HW The Reading workbook!  Kikutan Review
Kikutan Day 60 #1 
- Lis-1-> Note Title, Key word          - Lis-2=> Write the MI in one sentence 
- Lis-3 & Read aloud=> Revise                       - Chants -> Read aloud      

Inside Reading-1 What is success?  #1
- Before Reading 3. Name some people you consider successful. Why?
- Preview: The title, subheadings, photos, chart, and the first sentence in the last par.
              -> Study the chart/p.67
              => Speak what this article is about in one sentence.
              This article describes the definitions of success and the factors that make someone successful.
- Reading Comprehension-A: Underline/Mark the key words to look for. Refer to the subheadings.
-> Read  T/F, Mark the line #, Correct false statements. => Pair Check the Answers

BS-680 Space archaeologist unlocks secrets of ancient civilizations

Interest  Cambodia Photos Map  Images  Demographic  Photos 


Senior 3-Dec.22nd

Kikutan Day 59 #2
[Uniforms, Last]   L63 identify the occupation  L65 cabin stewards   L68 serves two important purposes  - be useful, meet the needs or requirements, satisfy.   L69 differentiate A from B-> differentiation
L74 in the context of -> Corpus/p.62 ; background, situation
L75 military personnel  the people working in an organization or for a particular type of employer: ~ is/are
L79 index -> Corpus/p.62
L86 respect the conventional symbolism ; common, ordinary, regular, traditional
-> Read aloud  => STT
Review Reading-2-> Review words/expressions
Review Reading-1-> Review words/expressions
=> Dic identity who a person is, or the qualities of a person or group that make them different from others:  the ~ of a person/the source. Give a new ~. -> identify -> identification-> ID

Special Blog  Nutcracker


Advancing 2-Dec.20th

Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2   

Inside Reading-3

Open Forum-2 C7 Language & Communication   #1 Lecture about other languages in the U.S. #2
- Blog Listen with Transcript -> Study words/expressions
dominant  1.having primary control, authority, or influence; governing, ruling
2. predominant or primary: the dominant topic of the day                 -> predominant, dominance
=> Speak the main ideas of the lecture in 90 seconds including the examples
- Focus on Listening Skill: Intensive Listening for Numbers
- Vocabulary: Expressions for Approximations w/Numbers - approximately, around, something like, just a little
=> Explain your school, city, country or any stats using numbers and the approximations in 60 sec.
=> Speak what you think is important for the future of you, your country or the people in the world when the world population reaches 10 billion in 2015.

Read and Write Unit 7 Reading #2  The Climb of My Life
- Vocabulary Skill 
Blog What do you think A.1/p.146: Kelly talks about her challenges in paragraph 2 saying, “Of the two, of course, I’d rather the mountain be my physical challenge than physical challenges be my ‘mountain.’”
=> Explain what her comment means in 60 sec. Make sure to clarify what ‘the two’ means.

Kelly had two physical challenges then, one was to climb a mountain after a heart transplant and the other was to recover from the transplant and she wanted to set climbing a mountain as her ultimate challenge to overcome rather than to set coping with those physical challenges as her goal.
Special Blog  Nut Cracker


Senior 3-Dec.19th

Kikutan Day 59 #1 
Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2 
Inside Reading-1 Unit 4  Reading-2  Symbolic Clothing #3
- Blog Review the main ideas of the article in three sentences.  Try NOT to use the phrases from the text. Try to paraphrase and use the word family of the words/expressions
- Read aloud by Section to learn words/expressions
[Intro]   L2 sheikh [ʃeɪk /ʃiːk] an Arab ruler or head of a group of people   L2 pope: Pope John Paul II
L4 acquire -> Corpus/p.63 -> acquisition; language ~, merger and ~
L4 impressed others  L5 the bigger ~, the more power …  L5 appear; seem: There ~s to be some mistake
L5 by analogy [əˈnæl·ə·dʒi]-> Corpus/p.61 (-> Corpus/p.13)  a comparison of the features or qualities of two different things to show their similarities:   -> analogous [əˈnæl·ə·ɡəs] ; agreeing, similar, related to  (-> A.)
L6 seems odd; strange, unexpected: ~ person/thing/look: ~ numbers<-> even numbers   L6 everyday object/item   L7 at that time   L8 unambiguous <- ambiguous having/expressing more than one possible meaning; unclear, vague, inconclusive: The movie’s ending is~.  L9 contemporary; modern, new, present day <-> traditional  
L11 status ; position, rank, stature: high/social ~  ; condition, situation: health ~, ~ quo
-> Read aloud=> STT
[Univ-Wedding]   L12 academic cap and gown    L21 tassel [ˈtæs·əl], which is a bundle of long silk strings 
L22 by convention (->Corpus/p.56)  a way of doing something or appearing that is considered usual and correct; custom: It is the/a ~ to wear black at funerals. By ~, the deputy chairman is always a woman. 
L27 sashes  L27 whereby  L32 civil courts of law  L32 judge  L33 robe  L33 courtroom  L34 administer justice  to manage or control the operation of something; govern:  L34 gavel [ˈɡæv·əl]  L34 rap to convene court and maintain order   rap - hit suddenly  convene - to bring together a group of people for a meeting, L36 commonwealth nations ->  L40 monarch  a nation’s king or queen -> monarchy  a country that has a king or queen  L41 cape  a sleeveless coat
L45 integral part of the ritual - a set of actions or words performed in a regular way, often as part of a religious ceremony  L47 veil  L47 bouquet of flowers [boʊˈkeɪ, bu-]
L50 constitute -> Corpus/p.63  ; comprise, form, crate, establish -> constitution   constituent [kənˈstɪtʃ·u·ənt]
L54 lucky penny  many people believe any penny you find is good luck.
-> Read aloud Line  => STT
Read & Write Unit 10  More Than a Game
- Blog Review Defining Paragraph about an illness, a device, tool or instrument, application or function, product or service, or food or drink in six to eight sentences. (100 words)
1. Write a simple and clear defining topic sentence.
2. Support is with for example, like or such as, and however, but or not.
3. Conclude your writing to restate, rephrase or reemphasize the topic sentence.
=> Blog Dis What is the moral of the story? => Write a moral of the story in one sentence.
moral  to tell a message about how people should or should not behave, contained in a story, event, or experience:

The moral of the story is that if you want to succeed tomorrow, you have to start working today.