A lot of landmines are still left in fields and have killed and injured many civilians. However, ever since an international treaty was signed in 1997 to prohibit the installment of landmines, the number of casualties by landmines have been reduced.
2. Inside Reading-3 Unit 3 Reading-2 One Person’s Vandalism Is Another One’s Art
- Review the text and identify the main ideas.
Part-1 Intro [P1] Introduces graffiti [P2] Explains graffiti
[P3-4] Explains street art
[P5-6] Explains the problems of graffiti and difference form street art
Part-2 Into the Mainstream Explains artistic and economic value of street art
Part-3 Artists vs. Street Art? Conclude the nature of street art, non-permanent
=>Blog Write a summary of the article in 50 words. Try to use your own words.
Unlike graffiti that is mainly to appeal the creators’ message and identity to the public, street art has some artistic value, which in some cases may be even valued economically.
However, the nature of street art is temporary and its value easily disappears when it’s cleaned. (46 words)
=> Compare the summaries =>Peer Review=>Revise
=> Pair Tell the Summary in 60 sec. w/o the writing.
3. Open Forum-2 Chapter 4 Visual Art An Interview about Australian Aboriginal Art
- Introducing the Topic: Pair Talk about the interest in art, favorite art works and artist.
- Preparing to Listen: Match the definition
- Listening-1-> Main Ideas, Details
- Listening-2 by Part-> Take a memo to explain=> Pair
 Why the Aboriginal culture is so unique?
 What “The Dream Time” is.
 Explain the practical side of some of the Aboriginal painting.
 Why traditional paintings were temporary?
=> Integ. Speaking Explain what is Aboriginal art is like
=> Ind. Speaking Express your Opinion with respect and consideration
Answer this question by a student from Australia; “What do you think about Aboriginal Art?”