2. Inside Reading-3 Unit 5 Reading-2 Freeze Frames – Stopping Time
- Read-3-> Study Words/Expressions/Grammar
[P1-L14] Dic sequence: the following of one thing after another/in order; succession series, order, array, string; in/out of ~, ~ order, the ~ of events - sequential, in alphabetical ~ – sequel <-> prequel
- sequent; consecutive, sequential following; subsequent; consequent
- [L17]Dic transit: the process of being moved/carried from one place to another; in ~, ~ visa
- transition: the process /period of changing from one state to another; change, progress, conversion; ~ from A to B, ~ between A and B, in ~,
[P2-L18] soon-to-be [L22-23] commonly debated question of the time [L27] settle ~ debate [P3-L27] parallel to/with sth [L42] hooves are tucked under the horse to put into a small, close, or concealing place: ~ the money into your wallet. T~ in your shirt. T~ the edge of the sheet under the mattress. [P4-L50] mundane: ordinary, normal, routine, not exciting; a ~ task/job, in ~ situations, beyond the ~ matters [L52] inaugurate: begin, commence, initiate formally (position, thing): The moon landing ~ed a new era in space exploration. – inauguration: ~ speech/ceremony [L53] biomechanics: the study of the mechanics of the movement of living organisms
[P5-L58] Dic restore: to return/bring back to an original/former situation/feeling; rebuild, fix, reconstruct, revive, reestablish; ~ condition/health/moral/order, ~ painting/building - restoration; ~ work, The Meiji ~ – restorative; ~ justice/surgery [P5-L63] hence: for that reason, so, thus: The eggs were very fresh and ~ satisfactory. [P6-L68] was applied in; used
[L70] Dic persisted in sth/in -ing: continue to do sth despite difficulties/opposition - persistence (n) -persistent (adj)
[P7-L75] stationary still, not moving - showing no change: his condition was ~, a ~ population - stationery materials for writing [P8-L86] becomes synchronized to cause to go on, move, operate, work, at the same rate and exactly together: They ~ed their steps and walked on together. -> sync [P9-L95] emit-emission [L97] fraction - any part or subdivision: a substantial ~ of the nation - a small piece; fragment - a number usually expressed in the form a/b. (v) [P10-L106] hover: birds, helicopter to stay in the air [P12-L124] vocal cords: the thin strings of muscle in the throat to produce the voice [L126] endoscopy: an examination by means of an endoscope (tubular optical instrument to examine organs) [L126] hum: to make a low, continuous, droning sound. -> humming [P130-L131] be instrumental in: important in making sth happen; ~ in winning/sth, by/for musical instrument [P14-L141] visual flair [flair]: a natural talent/aptitude/ability ≢ flare [flair] to blaze with a sudden burst of flame [L146] exactitude: the quality of being exact; precision, accuracy
2. Open Forum-2 Chapter 5 Life Science A biologist talks about condor
- Blog Lis-3 w/Transcript: breed-bred, mate, capture-in captivity, wingspan-> span, beak, apprenticeship
apprentice: a young person who works for an employer for a period of time to learn particular skills
- Working Out Unknown Vocabulary=> offspring, puppet, harassing, scavenger [skævɪndʒər]
puppet [ˈpʌp ɪt] -an artificial figure representing a human being or an animal, manipulated by the hand, rods, wires as on a miniature stage. - a person, group, government whose actions are controlled by another or others.
1. Fortunately, the surviving condors mated and produced offspring.
2. We had humans taking care of the babies. The people wore puppets on their hands that looked like adult condors, but they didn’t act like parent condors. They just used the puppets to give the babies food.
3. The parent condors spent a lot of time harassing their babies—pecking at them and pushing them away when they’re too curious.
4. Condors are scavengers, so they need to look for dead animals to eat.
El Condor Pasa (4:20)
- Pronunciation: Verb Ending
- Speaking Skills: Asking for Further Information
- Speaking Practice: Group Discussion based on the proposals by the group members.
- Prepare and Present your proposal in 60 sec.
=> Each member asks at least one question or clarification and makes comment
=> Discuss after the presentations and Decide how to allocate the fund=> Prepare for presentation
=> Present the group proposal to the committee.
3. Extra Work Japan and the Whale/BBC
=> Ind. Speaking Do you think Japan should keep whaling in the name of research?