Writing Compare Dangerous Activities/ Q-Classroom
Blog Write a paragraph to state which activity is more dangerous than the other.
Give facts and examples to support your opinion.
Examples of comparative activities: skiing or snowboarding, mountain climbing or open water swimming, hunting or fishing, diving or sailing, karate or judo, driving a car or riding a motorcycle, smoking or drinking, eating too much or too little, living alone or studying abroad, traveling to Africa or living in Africa, night walking in a park or graveyard
2. Tactics for Listening 2e Unit 22 Roommates
Getting Ready – words to describe personal qualities
- tempered=> (in combination) having a temper or temperament as specified: ill- , good- , short –
- considerate thoughtful towards other people; kind, attentive, mindful: a very considerate critic.
- thoughtful considerate in the treatment of other people, showing careful thought: a thoughtful essay.
- studious - of a serious, thoughtful, hard-working character - disposed or given to diligent study: a ~ boy.
- neat arranged well, orderly, well-kept
- Images of roommates and dormitories
Listening-1 Listen and take memos to describe what their roommates are like.
Use the two adjectives from the textbook for each roommate
Listening-3 Listen and take memos to describe what the callers want their roommates to do.
Use the third-person speech correctly in the present tense.
=> Blog How would you live to study in America?
3. Cover to Cover Unit 12 The Arts Part 2 The Concert for Bangladesh
Extensive Reading – Unit 10 Stories from the Five Towns
- Read-> After Reading-> Compare the answers.
=> 4. Explain what “We live and learn” means in 60 sec.
- Listen to CD-> Practice reading the story
=> Relay Reading -> Who was the best story teller?