2016年11月30日水曜日

Advancing 2-Nov.30th

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 40 
2. Read & Write-3  Unit 4  Writing a Summary and Personal Response
- Blog Review the Summary Fantasy Baseball/Q-Skill
☆Blog The world largest matrilineal society  [Photo-text] 
[1] Explain the Minangkabau ethnic group four to six sentences. => Speak it in 60 seconds.
[2] If you were a boy/girl in the Minangkabau community, what would you do? Would you follow the traditions or seek your way of life? => Speak your answer in 60 seconds.
3. Inside Reading-3 Unit 7  Neuroscience Reading-1  Mind Wide Open
- Study Words/Expressions/Grammar
[P1-L2]  inscape  the essential inner nature of a person, an object-> landscape  [L3] MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scan utilizes a strong magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues within the body.  PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scan uses radiation, or nuclear medicine imaging, to produce 3D color images of the functional processes within the human body.  [L5] apparatus  [æpəˈrætəs/ˈreɪtəs] a group/combination of instruments, tools, materials for a particular function; equipment; fire-fighting ~  - systematic organization of activities, functions, processes for a specific goal; organization, system; digestive ~, government ~
[P2-L14] adrenaline [əˈdrɛnəlɪn] a hormone that is secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress and increases heart rate, pulse rate, and blood pressure, and raises the blood levels of glucose and lipids. [L15] a spike of  an abrupt increase or rise; surge [L17] subroutine   a section of a computer program that is stored only once but can be used when required at several different points in the program
[L17] on any given day, at any given moment -> in any given place  [P3-L21] contributing editor  a writer who regularly contributes articles to newspaper, magazine or online articles, but does not actually edit articles. Often a freelancer.   [L25] ant heaps  a group of things placed, thrown, or lying one on another; pile; a heap of stones/people  [L27] sphere  - a three-dimensional closed surface such that every point on the surface is equidistant from the center  - particular field of activity; environment: that's out of my~  - globe 
[P4-L34] module  a self-contained unit or item which itself performs a defined task and can be linked with other such units to form a larger system, spacecraft module   [P6-L38] take for granted; accept, believe, assume, presume [L42] by instinct  - an inborn pattern of behavior that is characteristic of a species and is often a response to specific environmental stimuli: maternal ~  - a powerful motivation or impulse: ~ shopping/purchase  - altruistic instincts in social animals.  - an innate capability or aptitude: an ~ for diplomacy
[L44] devise to invent sth new or a new way to do sth; create, come up with, design; to ~ a method
Dic[L46] distinctive; different, unique, original, special; ~ style/color/look -> distinct; apparent, obvious, specific; ~ smell/music/color  -> distinguish  recognize the difference between two; differentiate, divide, identify; ~ between A and B, ~ A from B   [L49] an instant gut reaction  [P7-L55] amygdala  an almond-shaped part of brain that performs a primary role in the processing of memory, decision-making, and emotional reactions  [L58] decode  to convert an encoded message, text, digital data into ordinary language/sound/image; ~ encrypted message/password <-> encode  [L60] dimmer<- dim (adj) not clear because lack of light; to ~ read  (v) make/become dim  [P8-L62] traumatic [trəˈmæt ɪk]; frightening/frightful <- trauma [trou-muh/AmE, traw-]  a powerful shock that may have long-lasting effects  [L62] trigger ; cause to happen; bring about, generate, set off  
[L69] oxytocin [ɒksɪˈtoʊsən] a hormone that stimulates contraction of the smooth muscle of the uterus
 serotonin [sɛr əˈtoʊnɪn] a neurotransmitter involved in sleep, depression, memory, and other neurological processes.
 dopamine [doʊ pəˌmin] a neurotransmitter in the central nervous system to help regulate movement and emotion.
cortisol [ˈkɔrtəsɔl] one of several steroid hormones produced by the adrenal cortex and resembling cortisone
[L69] sojourn [ˈsoʊdʒɜrn] a temporary stay; layover, brief travel, stayover: during his ~ in Paris.
 [P9-L75] preoccupations<- preoccupy  to occupy beforehand or before others: Thoughts of failure ~ied me. He was too ~ied with his own thoughts. [P10-L84] brings it all alive [L85] sanest <-sane  mentally sound, sensible, reasonable ->sanity, insane  [P11-L88] instructive: informative, enlightening, useful 

2016年11月29日火曜日

Senior 2-Nov.29th

1. Read & Write Unit 9 Life Changes   
Review Writing: your answer within five sentences.
- Grammar: Clauses with after and after that-> A=> B: Write sentences with after/after that. 
- Writing Skill: Making a Timeline to Plan your Writing
=> A: Make a Timeline to show a perfect day with at least six events.
=> B: Write at least six sentences about your perfect day.
Writing/Q-Classroom Write about Your Life
Make a timeline with major events from your life. Use the questions below to help you with ideas.
Blog Write a paragraph about your life. 
☆ Try These!: Then, After ~, Soon after ~, After that, Before ~, As soon as, When ~
2. Cover to Cover  Unit 11  Luck   Part 2 The Winning Ticket
- Read w/CD-> Vocabulary & Expressions 
(par.1) frown   (par.2) compromise (n) agreement, concession, settlement  (v) agree, give and take
(Par.5) exclusive  restricted, private, privileged, fashionable, stylish
(par.6) agent: sales ~, real estate ~  -agency: advertising ~, travel ~, insurance ~
(par.6) swerve to change direction suddenly to avoid sth (par.7) tow; tow-away  
(par.8) top-notch  excellent, first class
- Task-2 Write in English: 
Blog Task-3
1. What do you usually do if you forgot to bring the textbook to the class?
2. What do you think you will do if you find a wallet on the ground on your way home?
3. What would you do if you won a \1,000,000 lottery?
4. What would you have done if you had had no class today?
5. What do you think you might/would have done if you had woken up at 9:00 this morning?

2016年11月26日土曜日

Advancing 2-Nov.26th

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 39 
2. Inside Reading-3 Unit 7  Neuroscience Reading-1  Mind Wide Open
- Reading Comprehension
- Blog Comprehension-1 (P12-L91) Explain what "If a lion could speak, we couldn't understand him." => Blog Answer Key
Blog Comprehension-2 (P10-L81 ~ P12-94)  Summarize what is our brain like in 2~3 sentences/50 words.
3. Open Forum-2 Chapter 7   Lecture about other languages in the U.S. 
- Introducing the Topic: Language Quiz/p.56
- Preparing to Listen: Languages spoken in the U.S. 
- Before Listening: census (the process of officially counting sth like population),
 locations of NY, CA, TX, WA
- Listening-1 -> Main Ideas, Details => Pair
(1) What has Modern Language Association done, how they did it and what was the main finding?
(2) Explain what languages are spoken in Texas and New York.
(3) Explain what the first student said as to why the information is important or how it could be used.
- Listening-2 => Integrated Speaking Explain the main ideas of the lecture in 90 seconds

2016年11月25日金曜日

Senior 2-Nov.25th

1. Read & Write Unit 9 Life Changes   Reading-2   Becoming an Adult
- Blog Review writing: which idea, occasion or event you think better defines an adult 5-8 sentences.
Print=> Reading Comprehension from Q-Skills: Moving Back Home
2. Tactics for Listening 2e Unit 20  Airports
Getting Ready  Check the Vocabulary: fresh up, board a flight, terminal, baggage claim, shuttle bus, currency exchange, - level: the ground/next ~, ~ 1/2 - parking lot - Customs and Immigration 
Listening-1  Listen and Ask/Answer the question
Listening-2  Listen and Ask/Answer the question
=> Pair Ask a partner a question how to find something or get to somewhere. 
3. Cover to Cover Unit 11  Luck   Part 2 The Winning Ticket
・Vocabulary & Expressions 
(par.1) frown   (par.2) compromise (n) agreement, concession, settlement  (v) agree, give and take
(Par.5) exclusive  restricted, private, privileged, fashionable, stylish
(par.6) agent: sales ~, real estate ~  -agency: advertising ~, travel ~, insurance ~
(par.6) swerve to change direction suddenly to avoid sth (par.7) tow; tow-away  
(par.8) top-notch  excellent, first class
- Task-2 Write in English: 
Blog Task-3 1. What do you usually do if you forgot to bring the textbook to the class?
2. What do you think you will do if you find a wallet on the ground on your way home?
3. What would you do if you won a \1,000,000 lottery?
4. What would you have done if you had had no class today?
5. What do you think you might/would have done if you had woken up at 9:00 this morning?

2016年11月23日水曜日

Advancing 2-Nov.23rd

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 38
2. Read & Write-3  Unit 4  Writing a Summary and Personal Response
- Writing Skill-A. Review Having a second life-> Compare the summaries-> B. 
-> Blog Fantasy Baseball/Q-Skill - 
=> Identify three main topics/subjects of the text. 
-> Compare the Models before writing =
=> Write a summary in three sentences=> Compare the writing with others
3. Inside Reading-3 Unit 7  Neuroscience  Reading-1  Mind Wide Open
Review the text and Identify the chunks and their main points
- Chunk-1 (par.1-4) Introduction: 1. General  2. Johnson  3. Johnson’s Writing  
- Chunk-2 (par.4-9) Contents: 4.About the book  5-7.Mind Reading  8-9.Fear  
- Chunk-3 (par.10-12) Recommendation: 10. current view of mind  11. Entertaining, instructive
=>Blog Write a summary of this book review in three sentences. <= by Replying the one-sentence MI
=> Compare the writing with others

2016年11月22日火曜日

Senior 2-Nov.22nd

1. Read & Write Unit 9 Life Changes   Reading-2   Becoming an Adult
- WDT-B 2. Which do you feel better defines an adult: a cultural ceremony or a person who stopped growing? => Speak your answer in 90 sec.
=>Blog Write which idea, occasion or event you think better defines an adult in five to eight sentences.
=> Pair Explain what you think w/o the writing in 90 sec.=> Q&A
- Vocabulary Skill: Using the Dictionary
A. Choose the correct definition for each bold word.
B. Look up each bold word in the dictionary and find the correct definition.
=> Shadowing 
2. Cover to Cover   Unit 11  Luck   Part 2 The Winning Ticket
- Before Reading: What would you do if you won a \100,000,000 lottery? 
Blog Third Conditional – Review Practice
- Fluency Strategy: Read the title, subheadings and photo => Task-A Preview and predict the topic
- Read -> Checking Fluency and Comprehension, Expanding Vocabulary-A
(par.4) popularity <- popular -> populism a political strategy based on a calculated appeal to the interests or prejudices of ordinary people
(par.5) interruption <- interrupt  to break the continuity of an action/event; bother, cut off, hinder stop, suspend
-> Expanding Vocabulary-B 
- Read w/CD-> Read aloud: Par.4-7=> Task-1 
1. Title, Subheadingsを書いて、それぞれの意を表す適当な日本語にしなさい。
2. Write the summary of the text in your own words within three sentences, or in 50words.

2016年11月19日土曜日

Advancing 2-Nov.19th

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 37  
2. Inside Reading-3 Unit 7  Neuroscience Reading-1  Mind Wide Open
- Before reading-1: What is mind?
- Before Reading-Words: 
adrenaline [əˈdrɛnəlɪn] a hormone that is secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress and increases heart rate, pulse rate, and blood pressure, and raises the blood levels of glucose and lipids.
autistic-autism [ˈɔtɪz əm] a pervasive developmental disorder of children, characterized by impaired communication, excessive rigidity, and emotional detachment
paranormal-> para-: beyond; -noid, similar to but not official: -military, -legal, -medic
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is a test that uses a magnetic field and pulses of radio wave energy to make pictures of organs and structures inside the body.
PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scan uses radiation, or nuclear medicine imaging, to produce 3D color images of the functional processes within the human body.
=> Skim the text and Write the main idea of the text in one sentence.
- Reading Skill: Annotating and Highlighting a text-> Apply
- Read-> Annotate/Highlight the Subject/Topic, main idea of each paragraph, important facts/names
=> Identify the chunks and their main points
=> Write a summary of this book review in three sentences. 
3. Open Forum-2 Chapter 6 Social Studies Web Radio Program about 35-hour work week in the US
- Lis-1-> Exercises
- Lis-2-> Take a memo to summarize
=> Integrated Speaking Summarize each person’s argument. 
=> Integrated Speaking Whose argument do you agree or disagree with the most

2016年11月18日金曜日

Senior 2-Nov.18th

1. Read & Write Unit 9 Life Changes   Reading-1  What is an Adult?
Blog Review which idea to define an adult you agree or disagree with the most in 4-6 sen.
=> Pair Tell your thoughts w/o the writing
Reading-2   Becoming an Adult
- Vocabulary: Dic represent; mean, show, present image of, suggest -> representation-representative
- Preview Reading 2-> Scan the Blog to find the answers
- Read -> Underline the Main Point of each Blogger for MI, Details, Mark the Margins (!)
=> Pair Check the Answers=> Explain why you marked ! on the specific point(s).
2. Tactics for Listening 2e Unit 19  Touring a City
Getting Ready Pair What do you want to do when you visit a city you’ve never been to? 
Listening-3  Take notes to tell the message to Daniel. => Pair 1/2, 3/4 => 2nd Round 2/1, 4/4  
3. Cover to Cover Unit 11  Luck   Part 1 Creating Your Own Luck
- Task-2 Write in English    私は、もしもっと英語を使う練習していればもっとよい仕事に就くことが出来たであろうこと、そして私のキャリアは全く違っていたであろうことに気がついた。(Par-1)
I realized that if I had practiced using English harder, I could/might have gotten a better job, and my career would have been totally different.
- What’s your Opinion-1   Talk about an example or experience you think is very lucky.

2016年11月16日水曜日

Advancing 2-Nov.16th

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 36 
2. Read & Write-3  Unit 4  Reading 2  Living Outside the Box   an Online newspaper
- Vocabulary Skill: Synonyms -> A. -> B. 
=> Describe with more specific word(s) and explain more specifically with an example.
- Read -> Study Voca/Expressions: (par.1) unplug the TV  (par.4) for all I was missing, I could …   I found myself reading …  (par.5) re-sensitize <- sensitize  to make or become sensitive   (par.6) cross the line (par.7) every once in a while  sometimes, but not regularly: You meet some really interesting people ~ . (par.7) camaraderie [kɑmərɑdəri]  comradeship; good-fellowship  
- Shadowing Q-Classroom
Writing a Summary and Personal Response
- Grammar: Parallel Structure-> A. Study the structure=> B. => Describe  
- what you did yesterday (verb); I came home early, prepared a quick dinner and eat it with my brother.
- describe the book/movie you enjoyed (adj); The movie was not only exciting and entertaining but also inspiring.
- how sb plays/does sth (adv); He plays the piano skillfully, gracefully and artistically. 
- Study: Blog He or she’ versus ‘they’ (Grammar-he,she vs they.doc)
3. Inside Reading-3 Unit 6 Reading-2  Summer Fun under Scrutiny
- Blog Review the Response in 4-6 sentences.
- Study Words/Expressions/Grammar
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level 
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level

2016年11月15日火曜日

Senior 2-Nov.15th

1. Read & Write Unit 9 Life Changes   Reading-1  What is an Adult?
- Read the text-> Check vocabulary & expressions
 frontal lobe  a part of an organ in the body, esp. the lungs or brain.  – earlobe   front-> frontal (adj)
take on  to undertake; assume, acquire, take up: to ~ new responsibilities.
=> Shadowing
- Blog  Write which idea to define an adult you agree or disagree with the most in 4-6 sentences
2. Cover to Cover  Unit 11  Luck   Part 1 Creating Your Own Luck
- Read w/CD
- Task-1  1.“luck”とは何か、Pragraph-2を参考に5文以内の日本語で説明しなさい。
2. Give your friend advice what attitudes to take to be lucky based on Wiseman’s belief in your own words. 
=> Pair Tell your partner what advice you think is most valuable/effective/useful to you.
- Vocabulary & Expressions
(par.2) - fate-fatal;~ accident/blow/disease  - associate A with B: connect/link/relate  
- inheriting athletic genes  - obviously  - beyond our control - roll two dice  - hit by a falling meteor  
(par.3) - intuition  knowledge/belief obtained neither by reason nor by perception, instinctive knowledge/belief; insight, instinct, ->intuit (v) 
- make the most of  to flourish, take advantage of sth
- meditate: to think deeply in silence-mediation
- keep a journal/diary (- persuade: convince sb to do sth   - at random)

2016年11月12日土曜日

Advancing 2-Nov.12th.

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 35 
2. Inside Reading-3 Unit 6 Reading-2  Summer Fun under Scrutiny
- Blog Review the Summary in three sentences.
- Read-2-> Reading Skill: Making Inferences
3. Are the New York regulations for ride operators to be *at least 18 years old necessary? (L-63) 
Blog Write your response in 4-6 sentences.
3. Open Forum-2 Chapter 6  #2 Radio Program about Self-employment in the U.S.
- Blog Lis-3 w/Transcript
->Voc: census, substitute, day-to-day stuff, health benefits, get by, downside underestimate
- Pronunciation: Contraction with Be and Have
- Speaking Skills: Expressing Opinions
- Speaking Practice=> Integrated Speaking Choose a situation. What do you think the person should do?  Answer the question in 60 seconds. 

2016年11月11日金曜日

Senior 2-Nov.11th

1. Read & Write Unit 8 Honesty: is it ever OK to lie?
Blog Review the response in four to six sentences. => Pair Tell your thoughts w/o the writing
- Preview Reading 1-> Check the subtitles and the image-> Skim the Excerpt=> Choose the Answer
- Read-> Underline Main Ideas, Mark Margins -> Main Ideas, Details
=> Pair Check Main Ideas, Details, Compare the marks
2. Tactics for Listening 2e Unit 18 Phone Messages
Getting Ready Pair 4, 5. How many text messages do you send/post and receive a day?
 8. Do you prefer making phone calls or texting?  Why?
Lis-2  Take memos to describe what each in reported speech. Make sure to tell who called.=> Pair
Lis-3  Take notes to tell the message to Daniel in reported speech. Make sure to tell who called and any number mentioned. => Pair 1/2, 3/4 => 2nd Round 2/1, 4/4
=> Tell a partner your/a phone number and what time you want him/her to call back=> Repeat
3. Cover to Cover  Unit 11  Luck   Part 1 Creating Your Own Luck
- Before Reading: When do you feel lucky? Why?
- Comprehension Strategy: Recognize Author’s Purpose by Skimming
-> Skim the Text=> Task-A
- Read=> Checking Comprehension – A. Note which paragraph the answers were found
- Read w/CD-> Check the Answers-> Read aloud: Par.2, 3, and 4-> Checking Comprehension – B
- Vocabulary in Context  1. fate-fatal;~ accident/blow/disease  6. intuition

2016年11月9日水曜日

Advancing 2-Nov.9th

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 34
2. Read & Write-3  Unit 4  How has technology affected your life?
- Review Reading: Having a Second Life => Q-Classroom Shadow Reading
Reading 2  Living Outside the Box   an Online newspaper
- Vocabulary-> confess-confession, experiment-experimental
- Before Reading: New England winter  
- Listen Q-Classroom-> Main Ideas and Details
- Read=> Speak what the author wrote in the online newspaper in four to six sentences. => 60 sec. 
   => Speak-1 Do you think you can live without TV for a month or longer? 
3. Inside Reading-3 Unit 6 Reading-2  Summer Fun under Scrutiny
- Blog Review the revised one sentence summary
- Review the text in five minutes
 => Blog Write a summary of the text in two or three sentences.
 => ☆ Integ. Speaking Speak the summary of the text in 60 seconds.
- Read-2-> Reading Skill: Making Inferences

2016年11月8日火曜日

Senior 2-Nov.8th

1. Read & Write Unit 8 Honesty: is it ever OK to lie? 
Blog Review your advice to Martin in six to ten sentences. Should he lie to Bob, tell the truth or go with him?
Unit 9 Life Changes: How are children and adults are different?
Preview the Unit  - A. Listen to the Q Classroom 
- C. Look at the chart. At what age or when do you think a person become an adult? 
Dic permit: (v) [pərˈmɪt] allow, (n) [ˈpɜrmɪt] authorization, permission: approval, license
- Reading Skills: Marking the Margins-> Amish Teenagers
Blog 
Amish People: a group of traditionalist Christian church fellowships who live in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Ohio, Indiana and New York in the US and Ontario in Canada. The total population has been increasing and now is about 290,000. Many of them are descendants of German immigrants and speak German and English. Their lifestyle is dictated by the order within a community. What is acceptable in one community may not be acceptable in another. Bearing children, raising them, and socializing with neighbors and relatives are the greatest functions of the Amish family. They believe large families are a blessing from God. They keep the traditional lifestyle and don’t use modern technologies or conveniences such as electricity, automobiles, telecommunication, medicine or processed food. 
=> What do you think of living without modern technologies or conveniences in an isolated community?
Write your response in four to six sentences. 
2. Cover to Cover  Unit 10  Wise Words   Part 2  American Sayings
Blog Review the Paraphrased sayings. => Compare
- Read Par.4 aloud=> Task-2 Par. 4を日本語にしなさい。
- Read Par.5-6 aloud=> Task-3 Write in English.
1. It’s not whether you love or hate, but how you try to solve the problem.
2. The experience helped me realize the importance of being obedient to my parents.
3. When things went wrong, I always tried to remember what my father had advised me.

2016年11月5日土曜日

Advancing 2-Nov.5th

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 33  
2. Inside Reading-3 Unit 7 Reading-2  Summer Fun under Scrutiny
☆What?: A magazine article discusses the physics of safety related to the engineering of thrill rides
- Before You Read: Do you like riding a roller coaster?
- Skim-> Check the title, photos and captions-> Summer Fun under Scrutiny <=what does it mean?
-> Read the 1st and last par, first sentence of each par, number the pars, and circle proper nouns.
=>Blog 
Write a one sentence summary of the article.
Thrilling roller coasters attract many riders but there are concerns on their safety and health.
While advanced technology and software make roller coasters more thrilling, there are growing concerns about safety of the operation and health to the riders. 
-> What does the title “under Scrutiny” mean? 
Dic scrutiny  careful and thorough examination; analysis, review, investigation; 
-> under scrutiny being watched or examined closely: be ~; have someone or something ~; keep sb/sthg ~. 
The new policy has come under close/intense/thorough/detailed/public scrutiny.
The suspect was kept under scrutiny throughout the investigation.
-> scrutinize  examine closely; analyze, investigate, inspect, look over, checked out; 
The incident/finding was closely/carefully/thoroughly ~d.
- Read-1-> Reading Comprehension: Mark the words (proper nouns) to look for in the text. Correct the false statements. Note the line number of the info.
3. Open Forum-2 Chapter 6 Social Studies  #2 Radio Program about Self-employment in the U.S.
- Review Vocabulary and Expressions/p.49-50: benefits, job security, time-off, free-lancer, lay off, self-employed
- Preparing to Listen: Discuss Advantages and Disadvantages. Are you interested in self-employment?
- Lis-1 => Take notes in More Details=> Answer the questions
- Lis-2 => Integrated Speaking Explain who are entrepreneurs, what they do, why they are on the rise and what are the downsides in 90 seconds. Use the two people as examples if you can.
- Working Out Unknown Vocabulary: on the front line, juggle, get out on my own, getting by
- Thinking & Speaking: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of self-employment
=> Independent Speaking Which work style are you interested in, employed, free-lance or entrepreneur?

2016年11月4日金曜日

Senior 2-Nov.4th

1. Read & Write Unit 8 Honesty: is it ever OK to lie?  Writing/Q-Classroom Give someone advice 
Blog Read the situation. 
Your friend Martin has a problem. Bob, a student in Martin's class, invited Martin to go to a concert. Martin said "yes," but now he doesn't want to go. He wants to stay home. But he's afraid Bob will be upset.
Martin asks you, "What should I do?"
2. Cover to Cover Unit 10  Wise Words   Part 2  American Sayings
Blog Review the Paraphrased sayings. => Compare
- Read Par.4 aloud=> Task-2 Par. 4を日本語にしなさい。
こうした(私の両親が昔私によくいった)格言は、ある文化における重要なものの見方をあらわしている。これらを両親や祖父母、先生達から繰り返し聞いているうちに、我々の文化を形成している信条や道徳観が自然に当たり前のものになる。
- Read Par.5-6 aloud=> Task-3 Write in English.
3. Tactics for Listening 2e Unit 17 Fears
Getting Ready-> Are you afraid of any of the things in the list?  <= add; darkness, graveyard, octopus
Listening-2  Take memos to describe what each speaker used/didn’t use to be like, what occasion changed his/her perception and how he/she feels about the thing now in reported speech.
Listening-3  Take notes to explain what they are afraid of, how they deal with them and what problems they have to deal with. 

2016年11月2日水曜日

Advancing 2-Nov.2nd

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 32 
2. Read & Write-3  Unit 4  How has technology affected your life?
- Preview the Unit-> Listen to the Q-classroom
=> Pair How long do you watch TV and look at your smartphone?
Reading-1 Having a second life an article from a computer magazine
- Vocabulary: interact-interaction, transaction, virtual-virtual reality
- Listen to Q-Classroom-> Take notes=> Explain-1 the main ideas of the article in 60 sec.
- Reading Skill: Taking notes-> A. => Pair Compare the answers
-> Read=> Take notes Check the main ideas=> Explain-2 the main ideas of the article in 60 sec.
=> Ind. Speech Do you want to join a website like Second life? Answer your question in 60 sec.
- Words/Expressions  Dic (par.1) explore - to travel to or into unfamiliar or unknown regions; ~ the city on foot, ~ for oil  - to examine, investigate, search for – exploration: ~ of space, Oil ~ 
Dic (par.2) transaction a piece of biz done between parties; deal: financial ~s,     
Dic (par.5) escape (vi) to get away from a place/situation: ~ from prison (vt) avoid sth/situation: ~ punishment/death/being killed
=> Q-Classroom Shadow Reading
3. Inside Reading-3 Unit 6  The Physics of Fun Reading-1  A Whale of a Wheel 
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level 
- A. elastic (rubber material that can stretch and resume normal shape),
  (2) revise  to change opinion/plan/book/document to correct/improve; ~d estimate/edition/draft
 ->revision
(7) deserve credit for (n) (praise) approval; give/take ~ for
- (money) buy now pay later, money borrowed, money in bank, money back <-> debit (card)
<- deserve  be entitled to, be qualified for: ~ a rest/praise/mention, ~ to win/be awarded
- C. Choose five activities you think should be regulated and prioritize them in 1~5 
=> Ind. Speech Speak your opinion as to which activity you think should be regulated by the government more than the others in 60 seconds. => Q&A
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- D. -> Read aloud=> Pair Read aloud by turns=> Switch the turn
- Corpus Dic distort  to change the shape/appearance/sound to be not clear; The loud speaker ~ed his voice. 
-to twist/change facts/ideas to be incorrect: give a ~ed picture/view of sth  - distortion of the truth/fact

2016年11月1日火曜日

Senior 2-Nov.1st

1. Read & Write Unit 8 Honesty: is it ever OK to lie?  Before Writing
- Writing Skill: Writing Concluding Sentences.  A=> B: Write a concluding sentence for each par.
1. There is no better way than telling the truth. Lying never develops good relationship.
2. Alex is my best friend (who I can always count on/who never lies).
3. Kindness sometimes makes people/me lie/not to tell the truth.
People/I sometimes tell a lie/don’t tell the truth (just) to be kind
=> Underline the key point. 
=> Blog Type the entire text. Try not to look at the key board! Write concluding sentences 
=> Compare
- Grammar: Infinitives of Purpose A=> B: write “because” clause as well. => Compare 
2. Cover to Cover  Unit 10  Wise Words   Part 2  American Sayings
- Fluency Strategy: Recognizing Signal Words=> Task-A: Scan the text and mark the signal word.
- Read-1-> Checking Comprehension
- Read w/CD-> Check the answers and pronunciation/stress
- Expanding Vocabulary-A: Find synonyms in the text
1. single-minded-> Dic obsessed  completely preoccupied; ~ by sth, with sb ->obsession; ~ with sb/sth
2.not allowed->Dic forbid -forbade-forbidden order sb from doing/to do sth; ban, prohibit<->allow, permit
3. reprimand: to tell sb officially that you don’t approve; blame, scold, criticize
4. conflict (n) (v) -> clash (n) (v); argue, battle, fight; 
5. attacking-> aggressive  angry, threatening, hostile, forceful, vigorous
6. rivalry (n)-> competition
-> Expanding Vocabulary-B  3. at any cost  no matter what dangers or difficulties are involved: 
We realized we had to fight the lawsuit at any cost.
- Read w/CD-> Read the sayings (1-7) aloud
=> Blog Paraphrase each saying in one sentence. Use “you” as the subject.