2017年1月13日金曜日

Adv.1-Jan.13th

1. Inside Reading Unit 1 Going Underground  Reading-1  Coober Pedy: Really Down Under 
Blog Review the summary of the article within five sentences. 
-> Study Words/Expressions: [P1-L2] Dic deposit of opal [oʊpəl]  a place for safekeeping; depository, money placed in a bank account, anything given as security or in part payment; installment/down payment  [L3] gem [dʒɛm] a cut and polished precious stone or pearl fine enough for use in jewelry.  [L3] stripes and flecks of color  a spot or small patch/mark of color/light   [L5] harsh environment; rough, bitter, hard, severe [L10] carve sculpt; engrave, shape  [P2-L22] burrow [bʌroʊ] hole dug by animal  [P4-L36] rugged; rocky, steep, rough  [L37] clatter [klætər] to make or cause to make a rattling noise, as a result of movement [L39] patron; sponsor, shopper, customer  [L42] Dic liberal attitude toward this behavior  relating to or having social and political views that favor progress and reform: ~ democratic party <-> conservative  [P5-L45] raw [rɔ] charm; uncooked, inexperienced, unpleasant, rough [L55] flourish - to be in a vigorous state; thrive: a period in which art ~ed.  - to be in its or in one's prime, or at the height of fame, excellence; bloom - to be successful; prosper [P7-L72] blast; explode, wreck  [P8-L77] primitive about; ancient, original, undeveloped, unsophisticated  [L81] Needless to say  as you would expect; added to, or used to introduce, a remark giving information that is expected and not surprising  [L83] grooves; channel, trench, canal  [L84] plaster; spread, paste, glue  [L84] plumbing the system of pipes that supply water to a building  [L86] town limit  [P9-L91] Dic sprawl out  stretched or spread out in unorganized fashion [P10-L102] nonetheless; however, but, although  [L107] Hole sweet hole <= Home, Sweet Home! (adapted from 150-year-old song)
2. Open Forum Chapter 1 #1 Radio Report about Babies and Sign Language
- Introduction: 1. What are they doing?  2. Show any non-verbal communication. 
- Preparing to Listen
- 1st Listening-thru-> Main Ideas, More Details
- 2nd Listening-by Part=> Take notes to explain in complete sentences => Pair
=> Tell a summary of the show in 60 seconds => Pair
- Blog What is Sign Language?
- Examples of American Sign Language: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cayMkVidpc

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