There are already laws signed in 1967 that designates the use of space for all human causes and bans the use of nuclear weapons.
2. Read & Write-3 Unit 2 Food and Taste Reading #2 Finding Balance in Food
Shadow Read w/Q-Classroom
- Read-> Vocabulary
practice - a usual or customary action/proceeding; habit, tradition, rule: it was his to rise ~ at six
property a thing owned by sb; government/one’s ~, land/buildings; ~ prices/tax - a quality/characteristic of sth
cuisine [kwɪˈzin] a style or manner of cooking: French ~ - the food prepared by a restaurant, household
portion an amount of food served for one person; serving; helping: a large ~ of spinach.
=> Write a summary of the text in four to six sentences.
Understand the structure: MI, France, China, Conclusion
It is important to eat various foods for health but how to maintain a good balance varies by culture.
In France, people enjoy foods from other places of the country. They also prefer eating small amount food in different dishes such as an appetizer, main and side dishes, a salad and a dessert.
Chinese try to keep balance between warm foods like chicken and eggs and cool foods like tofu and carrots, which are called yang and yin respectively. They believe food plays an important role for one’s health like medicine and even use it to rebalance physical conditions.
It seems that balancing what and how to eat foods is unique to each culture. (114 words)
=> Peer Review=> Revise=> Speak
- What do you think-B.2: Ind. Speech Which foods did you use to dislike but now you often?
=> Speak your answer in 60 seconds.
- Vocabulary Skill: Use of Context to Understand Words-> Predict the meaning from the context
- A.1. constitute to make up; form; compose: the people who ~ a jury
- A.3. textures the surface of a material: a wall with a rough ~ - structure, appearance, and feel of a fabric
3. Inside Reading-3 Unit 2 Megacities Reading-2 Ecopolis Now
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.
- Despite/In spite of applying for numbers of jobs, my brother is still out of work.
- Despite the fact that the sun has been shining all day, the snow has not yet melted.
- Considering the fact that the offender is a minor, the police decided not to release his identity.
- perspective Dic
- a way of regarding situations, facts and judging their relative importance; view, outlook, aspect
a global ~, from a different ~, from the ~ of …, a wider ~ on …
- the proper or accurate point of view or the ability to see it; objectivity: try to get some perspective on your troubles: keep the issues in ~, lose the sense of ~, put ones problem into ~
- the theory or art of suggesting three dimensions on a flat surface, to recreate the appearance and spatial relationships that objects or a scene in recession present to the eye: in/out of ~