An international treaty was signed in 1961 to limit the use of Antarctica only for science and peace and not to belong to any country. However, there are facilities by established by 30 countries on the continent. Some counties have set their territories and recognize them each other.
2. Inside Reading-3 Reading-1 Public Art Controversies – Art Attack
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level
- A. communicate: communicator, communication, communications (methods of sending info)
communicative able to communicate; expressive, talkative, open: ~ person, ~ skills
communicable pass on to others; infectious, transmittable, transferable; ~ disease
- B. Mark the key words that determine the word(s) to be filled. 5. siege: blockade, closure
- C. Dic major (adj; before noun) very large/important, serious, significant: ~ road, company, role, problem, accident, changes, event
=> What you are going to major/are interested in majoring in at college.
Speak your answer in four to six sentences.
=> Do you think it’s better to major in something you enjoy learning or something that will help you get a good job or a job you want? Speak your answer in four to six sentences.
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- Corpus despite/in spite of
=> E. Write sentences featuring information you’ve learned about cities using
despite, in spite of, despite the fact that, and considering the fact that.
3. Open Forum-2 Chapter 3 Food Science Lecture about Food Tastes
- Introducing the Topic: 1. Food Quiz-> 2. Taste=> 3. Preference: Discuss the taste and preference
-> Reference: Blog Umami
- Focus on the Listening: Predicting
- Before Listening Voca: crave [kreɪv] to long for; want greatly; desire eagerly: to ~ sweets/affection.
- Lis-1-> Main Ideas, Details,
- Lis-2 by part=> Take memos to answer the questions.
 What are wisdom of the body and eating habits?
 Why do certain people like sweetness, sour tastes and bitter flavor?
 What makes individual preferences and food cravings?
=> Integrated Speech Explain what the lecture is about.