- Review Blog Examples to support the main idea and complete the paragraph.
For example, some people use cell phones while they are walking. It is impolite because they tend to speak too loudly. Also, it is dangerous because they don’t pay attention to others or things on the road.
Another example is the use of cell phones on or near the priority seats on the train. Though it is advised not to use a cell phone because it could interfere with pacemakers, some people still do that.
Cell phone users should keep good manners in public places.
- Blog Write a paragraph in response to a question posted on an online forum about politeness;
I think that young students today are very rude. I’m one of the senior members of the school Judo club.
How can I teach junior members to be polite?
=> Plan 1. Write a topic sentence to answer the question.
2. Write examples as many as you can think of to support the topic sentence and main idea.
3. Choose the examples, or add more examples to best answer the question.
=> Write a paragraph to answer the question with two or more examples to support your answer.
Try to use the vocabulary from the unit, adjectives with prefixes or suffixes.
2. Inside Reading Unit4 Reading-2 Fame in a Foreign Language: Joseph Conrad
Review Summary: ☆ Points are written well. Grammar is OK. Contents in each sentence inconsistent.
Ayu, Makoto=> contents complexity. Sae=> Consistent contents and well organized.
=> Blog Read the model summary.
☆ Subject is the Topic of the sentence. Sb was a … Use and to write the events in chronological order. Use relative pronouns/adverbs effectively. Follow the instructions.
Who=> Joseph Conrad was born in Poland in 1857 who later became one of the greatest novelists in English despite his native language being Polish.
Life=> He spent 16 years on British navy ships where he studied in English to be promoted to the captain’s rank, earned a British citizenship in 1886 and debuted as English writer in 1895 even though he was not fluent in speaking English.
What=> His works were written with extensive and natural English vocabulary and in a straight-forward fashion that was way ahead of that time, and influenced many prominent English writers.
=> Revise in five minutes.
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