- Skim the text: Check the title, subheadings, photos and captions. Read the first and last paragraphs and the first sentence of other paragraphs.
=> Write the main idea of the excerpt in once sentence. => Pair
- Read-> Reading Comprehension T/F<= Highlight the topic, underline the key points of each sentence=> Search for the answers. Note the line numbers=> Pair
2. Open Forum Chapter 4 Psychology #3 A Radio Program to ask psychologist about memory
- Blog Listening-3 w/Script
-> Voc: [Part-1] negative [Part-2] mention, meaning-meaningful, associate ~ with, vivid, enormous, silly-sillier, [Part-3] strong-strength, benefit-beneficial, parallel to ~
- Pronunciation: Stressed and Unstressed Prepositions-> Try examples and understand the “Situation”
- Speaking Skills: Taking Time to Think “It’s on the tip on my tongue”
=> Speaking Practice: Talk about your earliest memory, such as event, incident or experience.
3. Interest of the Day Quick Memory Test: How good is your memory? #1 (2:12)