2017年4月28日金曜日

Advancing 1-Apr.28th

1. Inside Reading Unit4 Reading-2  Fame in a Foreign Language: Joseph Conrad
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level 
- A. -> B. Dic for sample sentence/phrase: adequate, indicate
- C. Dic precede  to happen before sth or come before sth/sb in order, to go or be before sb/sth in time/place/rank; go before/ahead of; years –ing the war, -ing chapter  <-> follow, go after
- precedent an example/instance used to justify later similar occurrences; set a ~ for, historical ~. there is no ~ for
- precedence   superiority, highest in priority; take ~ over sb/sth, The officers are seated according to precedence.
- preceding  previous, prior, earlier; ~ page, event
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- D.1 Which of these discoveries could resolve the debate about the authorship of Shakespeare’s plays?
Blog Study-1:  could to say sth is/might be possible
- It could resolve the debate about the authorship. 
- I could do it if you like/wish.
- I could have left it on the train. - Don’t worry – they could have just forgotten to call.
Study-2: could to suggest sth
- You could always call me at this number. - You could go to bed early.
Study-3: could is used to talk about what sb was generally able to do in the past
- I could ride a bike when I was four. – I could find the book
-> I could get to school on time=> I managed to/was able to …
-> I could make a good friend => I made a good friend.
-> was/were able to or manage to to say sth was possible on a particular occasion, not could
- I was able to/managed to find someone to help me.
-> couldn’t/wasn’t/weren’t able to/didn’t manage to: to say sth was’t possible on a particular occasion
- We couldn’t/weren’t able to/didn’t manage to be there in time.
-> could is also used with see/hear/taste/smell/notice/understand/remember
- I could see there was something wrong. I could understand most of the conversation.
Study-4: could have is used when you’re saying it was possible to do sth but they didn’t try.
- I could have called her but I decided not to.  - I could have done that (but I didn’t)
- Dic depress  bother/discourage; devalue/diminish/reduce; push down
- depress: The test results depressed me
- depressed: I was depressed by the test results.
- depressing: The test results were depressing.
- depression: The Great Depression, depression(low pressure<-> high pressure
- E. => Pair 
2. Open Forum Chapter 3 Life Science Classroom Lecture on Bees
- Lis-3-w/Script-> Vocabulary: 
A drone is a male bee that is the product of an unfertilized egg. Unlike the female worker bee, drones do not have stingers and do not participate in nectar and pollen gathering. A drone's primary role is to mate with a fertile queen.
=> Task-2 Study the transcript for two minutes and Explain how bees make honey in 60 sec.
- Pronunciation: Unstressed Function Words<->Stress on Content Words/p.14(n, v, adj, adv)
- Speaking Skills: Asking for Clarification <= clarify, clarification
- Speaking Practice Pair Find missing information=> Repeat the 1st half-> Change-> Repeat the 2ne half

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