Proper equipment and experience are essential to search and rescue people in a disaster. When a large scale disaster occurs such as earthquakes, storms or floods, groups of well-experienced people with equipment come from other countries to provide aid.
2. Inside Reading-3 Unit 1 Architecture Reading-1 The Architecture of the Marketplace
- Review the brief summary of the article in five sentences.
- Study Words/Expressions
3. Open Forum-2 Chapter 1 Interview w/an expert on planning public parks
- Listening Blog w/Script => Ind. Speech Summarize-2 the interview on planning public parks. Describe the main principle and key features of good parks.
-> Words/Expressions litter, graffiti, principle, mugged; hold up, rob drives me crazy
- for the sake of it Also for one's sake. Out of consideration or regard for a person or thing; for someone's or something's advantage or good.: For Jill's sake we did not serve meat. We have to stop fighting for the sake of family unity. 2. For the purpose or motive of: You like to quarrel only for the sake of an argument. 3. for God's sake. An exclamation showing surprise, impatience, anger, or some other emotion, depending on the context.: For God's sake, I didn't expect to see you here
- pull them along; loiter along
- Pronunciation: Sentence Stress
- Speaking Practice=> Integ. Speech Describe either of the park designs, tell your thought on the park design and explain why.
4. Open Forum-2 Chapter 1 Web TV News Program : The Best Places to live in the US
- Preparing to Listen: What are the factors you would consider to choose a place to live in?
- Lis-1-> Exercises
- Lis-2=> Explain the problems and needs once a place becomes popular.
=> WDT: Mitaka and Musashino are some of the most popular and preferred places to live in Tokyo.
Would you prefer to live in Tokyo or any other place? Why?