2016年5月11日水曜日

Senior 3-May 11th

1. Kikutan-4K Day 49  Japan’s aging society #2
Japan is aging fast. Although those aging seniors want to stay their homes, it is becoming more difficult to provide them with cares. The country is in need of setting up more facilities to provide care to those increasing seniors.
2. Inside Reading-2 Unit 4  Reading-1 Could Shakespeare Have Written Shakespeare’s Plays?
=>Blog Review the summary in 3 sentences
-> Study Words/Expressions in Par.1~5: [P1-L3] remain  [L9]sheer volume  [L10] elegy (a mournful poem or song for the dead) [P2-L22] neither side has … [P3-L26] tradesman (retail dealer) [P30] real-estate  [L30] will  [L33] Dic adequate  (enough in quantity, good enough in quality for a purpose/need) enough, satisfactory, sufficient, suitable; ~ supply/answer, ~ for ones need, ~ to meet … -> adequacy (n)
[L37] noble family  [P4-L48] coincidence-coincident <- co+incident 
[P5-L53] “a naughty and crooked nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world.”
[P5-L57] backward son (less progress than normal) [L58] Dic prosperous <- prosper - prosperity  
[L60] high bailiff [bei] (officer, Brit: a person in charge of local administrative or magistrate authority) [L67] playwright (writer)  [L-72] ailment (a physical disorder or illness) 
- Study Sentences/Words/Expressions in Par.6~8:
-> Read aloud Par.6=> Pair Discuss interpretation=> Predict/Reword -> Study w/Dic=> Pair Check
[L79] hoax; deception, fraud [L79] protocol (rules of conduct, behavior in a certain situation) code, obligation, procedure [L80] the noble class, highborn earl  [L81] common people  [L84] front man <-> ghost writer  
☆ [L85~] for this to be true, Shakespeare’s many friends and acquaintances were either blind enough to  be fooled by it or willing to be in on the trick.
-> Read aloud=> Pair Discuss interpretation=> Predict/Reword -> Study w/Dic
- acquaint-acquaintance  
☆ [L90~] The part hardest to believe that plan like that could be sustained for decades without the secret being revealed 
-> Read aloud=> Pair Discuss interpretation=> Predict/Reword => Dic
- sustain to hold up under; withstand: ~ great provocation  - to maintain, prolong: ~ a discussion -  support physically from below  - provide for/give support to : to ~ a family
☆ [L97~] A great deal of carful work has confirmed these days, and most Oxfordians reluctantly concede that de Vere’s death preceded the appearance of these plays.
-> Read aloud=> Pair Discuss interpretation=> Predict/Reword -> Study w/Dic
- concede (to acknowledge as true, just, or proper) admit, accept: He finally ~d that she was right.  - to admit or acknowledge defeat: give in/up, surrender; ~ an election before all the votes are counted.  -> make concession
- precede (to go or be before sb/sth in time, place, rank) go ahead of -> precedent/precedence-> unprecedented 
[L101] Dic persist  (to continue steadily despite difficulty) carry on, continue, persevere, pursue; ~ in working for world peace/political activities. -> persistent-persistence 
[L103] brought out as needed [L107] contemporary references to make the play look timely
-> Study Words/Expressions [Par.8] [L109] center on    speculation-speculate  [L111] accumulate  [112] settle the matter  
☆ [114~] “Those who believe de Vere was Shakespeare must accept an improbable hoax as part of it, a conspiracy of silence involving among others, Queen Elizabeth herself. Those who side with the Stratford man must believe in miracles.” 
3. Prep Reading : Lesson-1 What Is Déjà Vu? (525 words) 

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