- A: Listen to the Q Classroom => Talk Do you lie often? To who do you lie most often and when?
- C: How would you answer in each situation? => Pair
- D: Explain what you think of the Statement-4: Some lies are OK because they make people happy.
(white lie) 嘘でしょ: Really? You must be joking/kidding. I can’t believe it. That can’t be true.
Reading-1 The Lies People Tell
- Vocabulary: Dic admit (v), (v-N), (v, that) say or agree, unwillingly, that sth is true (confess); ~ theft/defeat,
~ (to) sth/-ing: the ~ to the mistake/charge/having stolen sth, ~ (sb) that I …
-allow sb/sth to enter->admission
- Preview Reading 1: Skim the Title, subheadings, intro-> Check two topics
- Read-1: Underline why the lie is said-> Main Ideas: Write the number of the lie for the reason
- WDT-A: Check OK or NOT OK, note why you think so in the textbook.
2. Cover to Cover Unit 9 Relationships Part 2 Can “Love at First Sight” Last?
- Read aloud: Par.6-11
=> Task-1 (Par.9) But it wasn’t just ~ to bother you.をitが示す内容を明らかにして日本語に訳す
2. (Par.10) But if you ~ work through it. You move ~ accepting the other person for who they are.
it, for who they are が示す内容を明らかにして日本語にする
- Vocabulary - (par.2) bother (n) to give trouble to; annoy, worry: The baby ~ed me for candy
(v) something troublesome, burdensome, annoying: Doing the laundry every day can be a terrible ~. - (par.4) place an ad (par.4) get on with sth to give your time to sth and make progress with it: ~ the job/business/-ing
- (par.5) squeeze to press forcibly together - to apply pressure to in order to extract juice: ~ an orange. (par.5) that’s gotta be Short for "got to", meaning "have to".: I gotta go now.=I have to go now. - (par.6) soul mate - (par.8) familiarity<- familiar - familiarize -come out
- (Par.10) infatuation <- infatuate- to inspire or fill with foolish, shallow, passion; fascination, obsession
=> What’s your opinion?-2. Pair Do you think it’s easier for a relationship to last if it’s based on love at first sight or on a slowly developing friendship?
- Task-2 高く登れば登るほど、空気はより薄くなる。(you) (Par-6)
The higher you climb, the thinner the air becomes.