- Review the Summary what this article wants to say within 50 words (three to four sentences)
- Reading Skill: Par. 3, 4, 6 Taking Notes -> Substituted by Underline, Highlight or Check.
=> Learn how those paragraphs are written and organized.
- Practice Reading aloud w/Audio
What do you think? Do you think professional athletes earn too much? Why or why not?
=> Write five to eight sentences in response in 15 min. => Revise
=> Pair Explain your thoughts in 60 seconds w/o the writing
2. Inside Reading Unit 5 Reading-1 Weather Warning
- Reading Skill Reading Charts and Graphs => Apply
Interest of the Day Forensic Meteorology: Solving Crimes Through Weather (3:08)
OUI; Operating Under the Influence of alcohol or other drugs, a variant of driving under the influence (DUI)
<-autopsy: official examination of a dead body by a coroner, who examines it to discover the cause
=> Integ. Speech Explain what forensic meteorology is in 60 sec. (instead of, unlike, while)
- Par. 1~3: [P1-L1] testify; ~ against/for/before -testimony (C/UC); give ~ [L2] defendant [L2] confess-confession: court, Roman Catholic [L6] overhear [L11] - prosecutor- [P2-L12] defense attorney [L13] jury
Judicial terms court: summary/district/high/supreme ~, judge, jury,
prosecute; ~ for sth/doing sth, - prosecution - prosecutor, defend-defendant- defense attorney,
(eye)witness (n); ~ stand, a defense/prosecution ~, (v) ~ an incident/crime/trend, verdict; reach/give a ~ ,
plead-pleaded/plead (not) guilty
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- Par. 4-5: Predict what forensic meteorology is=> Pair=> Dic forensic relating to/connected with a court of law; judicial, legal: ~ science
[P5-L45] phenomena(pl) <-phenomenon a fact/occurrence/circumstance observed or observable; occurrence, incident [L49] precipitation rain, snow, sleet, dew, the amount precipitated [L50] inhabited place [L52] inauguration-inaugurate to commence officially or formally; initiate [L53] Fahrenheit – Celsius
- Par. 6-8: [P6-L57] orient (v) Dic to adjust/align sb/sth according to surroundings/circumstances: adapt/adjust/align; It took me time to ~ myself in the new neighborhood.
[L60] draws scattered facts together into a coherent picture. Dic logically connected; understandable, logical, rational, consistent; a ~ argument having a natural agreement of parts; harmonious; a ~ design-> coherency
[P7-L66] flat-flatten-flattened [L67] (insurance) policy cover/coverage [L71] by the prospect of [P8-L76] call in to ask for the service of sb; ~ a doctor/the police [L94] updraft the movement upward of air or other gas [L101] reinforce Dic to give added strength or support to/emphasis on ; strengthen, fortify, increase, undermine; ~ the wall/foundation/efforts [L103] burst Dic to break, fly apart w/sudden violence: The bitter cold caused the pipes to ~. to issue forth suddenly and forcibly; Oil ~ to the surface. to give sudden expression to; ~ into applause/tears
- Par. 9: [P9-L108] continual repeated many times; repeated/endless; ~ rain/interruption <-> continuous happening/existing w/o interruption; continued, uninterrupted; ~ employment/process
[L113] ensure Dic assure/guarantee/make sure; ~ his success, ensure all lights are turned off.
[L117] certify to attest as certain; give reliable information of; confirm: He ~ied the truth of his claim. to testify to or vouch for in writing: The medical examiner will ~ his findings to the court. to guarantee; endorse reliably: to certify a document with an official seal. -certified-certificate
[L120] credential [krɪdɛnʃəl] evidence/proof that entitles sb to confidence/authority; ~s for the job, examine ~s
[L117] witness stand