1. Read and Write Unit 4 Games Writing: Write an Opinion Paragraph
- Writing Skills/p.76-77: Writing an Opinion Paragraph-> A=> B
- Grammar: Modals/p.77-78
ought to= should used to say what is the right thing to do; You ~ to apologize/pay it now, You ~ not to be late.
- used to say what you advice/recommend; We ~ to be leaving now. You ~ to try some. You ~ to have come.
should: used to show what is right/appropriate esp. to criticize; you ~n’t eat too much. You ~ have been careful.
- giving/asking for advice; You ~ leave now. Should I call sb?
- expect to happen; We ~ arrive before noon. I ~ have done it. The roads ~ be less crowded today.
Blog Writing Assignment
Some people think it is a good idea for children to compete in team sports. Others believe it is a bad idea. What do you think? Is it good or bad for children to play on sports teams?
- Complete the graphic organizer in page 79 with your reasons and supporting details.
=> Write a paragraph about your opinion in response to the question. Support your opinions with reasons and examples. Make sure to introduce your opinions with appropriate phrases, and end your paragraph with a strong concluding sentence.
2. Inside Reading Unit 5 Reading-2 Weather, Climate, or Both?
- Study Words/Expressions/Sentences: [P1-L16] phenomenon-phenomena(pl) fact/event in nature or society; cultural/.natural/social ~ [P2-L21] shiver to shake or tremble, as from cold or fear; tremble, shake ->shivery(adj) [L24] post ~ on record: to announce sth officially [P3-L40] faulty- Dic fault (n) a mistake or error; It’s my ~ that …, an imperfection; failure, defect, flaw; a fault in the brakes; a fault in one's character [P4-L46] exhibit present, demonstrate, show, display, express ->exhibition, exhibitor [L49] coherent tale understandable, reasoned, rational, logical [P5-L57] establish (oneself) to hold a position firmly; ~ oneself as …, get ~ed, [L58] qualifies as a climate feature to have the right qualities to be described as sth; designate, characterize; ~ as a doctor - feature; a distinct aspect of sth; character [p6-L93] die off (phrv) to die one after the other until there are none left -> die down to become gradually less strong/loud/noticeable; the applause ~d down, the flame ~. [P7-L96] climatologist-climatology – [klaɪ məˈtɒl ə dʒi] [L103] vicious storm violent, crucial, brutal; ~ attack/murder/offender [L112] hindsight (<-> foresight) the understanding after sth happened; retrospect, experience; with ~ it’s easy to say, it’s obvious in ~ that…, with the benefit of ~
3. Interest of the Day CNN 10 May 4th emoji (5:33~8:52) inc.10-sec trivia
=>Task Explain what emoji is in one minute