2016年4月6日水曜日

Adv.2-Apr.6th

1. Kikutan-6K Day 47 Coffee Worker Conditions
Coffee workers in undeveloped countries work under severe conditions and are paid low wages for their work.
2. Read & Write-2  Unit 9  Reading 1: Cultural Differences in Counting, a science report
Blog Review a paragraph to describe your community/society such as school, local community or country. 
Write two or three points that are important or unique and use numbers to support them. HW by 4/5.
3. Inside Reading-2  Unit 10  Bites and Stings
Blog Review the summary of the text in four to six sentences.
=> Integ. Speech Tell the summary of the text in 90 seconds.
- Study Geography  [L12] Mobile, Alabama  [L16] Puerto Rico [L24] “Sunbelt” of America’s south and southwest  [P3] between Mississippi and Alabama, Texas, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington
- Study Words/Expressions #1
- [Intro-L6] appendage [əpɛndɪdʒ] <-append -a subordinate part attached to something; an auxiliary part; addition. - any member of the body diverging from the axial trunk.  [L8] sting-stung-stung ->stinger [P1-L4] initiated a full-scale invasion  - to begin, set going, or originate, institute, introduce, launch: ~ a social reform/movement  -> initiative  an introductory act or step; leading action, drive, leadership: take the ~ in making friends.
[P2-L20] worked in the ants’ favor [L21] tramp (n)<- (v) to tread or walk with a firm, heavy, resounding step. [L22] thrive-thrived-thrived or throve-thriven  to prosper, grow/develop vigorously; flourish, bloom, succeed: The children ~d in the country. New businesses ~ in the city.   [P1-L2] habitat; residence, nest, dwelling   habitant; resident, inhabit; take up residence in, settle, locate, reside -> inhabitant; colonist, settler  [P4-L41] arches its body  curve, bridge, hook  [L45] immediate burning sensation  [L47] develops a red welt  a raised mark on the skin where sth has hit/rubbed; weal  
4. Review Blog   Japan kills 333 minke whales  
http://edition.cnn.com/2016/03/24/world/japan-minke-whale-333-irpt/index.html
Watch the video and read the text. Prepare to answer the question, "Why Japan still hunts whales?” in four to six sentences for the next lesson on Apr. 6th.

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