2017年7月28日金曜日

Advancing-Jul.28th

1. Inside Reading Unit 8  Reading-1 Judging Roommates by Their Facebook Covers
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level 
- A. Read aloud
- B. => Pair
- Corpus
- intervene (in)  to become involved in in a situation to improve/solve ; mediate, arbitrate, negotiate: sb ~ in the crisis/dispute. -> intervention: call for government ~ to save …, military ~ 
- interfere  to get involved in and try to influence that does not concern you in a way annoying to others ; ~ in family/domestic problems. -> interference : foreign ~ in the domestic problem
->C. => Pair 
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- Word Form Chart
converse [kɒnvɜːs] (adj) reversed; opposite; contrary: the ~ effect, (n) [the ~]  something that is opposite or contrary: ~ and the ~ is equally true.  [kənˈvɜːs] (v) to have a conversation (with) 
- D. Read and understand
5. resentment<- resent  to feel bitter/angry about sth; VN+sth/-ing; I ~ed him/his laughing at me.
6. bound to do/be sth (adj) certain or likely to happen; liable, responsible, obligated: There are ~ to be changes when …, It’s ~ to be sunny. You’re ~ to pass the exam. 
- going or intending to go towards; on the way to: a ship bound for Jamaica, homeward bound
- bind-bound-bound (v) - to fasten or secure with a band or bond. -> binding clause
2. Eiken P1Q/2017-1 Listening 
3. Open Forum Chapter 5 Anthropology #2 News report on corporate anthropology  

- Blog 3rd Lis w/Script-> Voc: remote, documentation, in the middle of nowhere, complex, dynamics, consult
Pronunciation: Word Stress/p.40=> Pair Who is zoologist? => Zoologist is a person who studies zoology. 
Blog Words with ology-ologist
- Speaking Skill: Clarifying – in other words, I mean, What I mean is, That’s not what I meant
- Speaking Practice 3. A very successful paper and stationary store…Explain why it is happening to a partner. The partner to ask questions, agree or disagree with the explanation.
=> Task Your school has introduced free second foreign language classes for students on Friday evening but the students aren’t signing up for the classes. Discuss possible reasons with your partner.
4. Interest of the Day: Basic Dining Etiquette - The Soup Course (3:50)

2017年7月25日火曜日

Advancing-Jul.25th

1. Review Blog a personal letter to a friend you have not seen in a long time. Tell your friend about what you are doing and also about your family members and what they are doing. Make sure your letter uses the standard format.
Read and Write Unit 6: Self-Reliance
- A: Listen to the Q-classroom/Web-> Pair C: A, B, C, D, and;
- “Counter-eating Fast Food like Eki-soba, Ramen, Gyu-don/Curry & Rice?
- Ticket Purchasing, Payment, Machine; Loppi/Lawson
- IC Chip Tagged Cafeteria, Self-order Family Restaurant
=> Pair Do you prefer to get help from a person or a machine?
Reading 1: Memo to Restaurant Servers
- Vocabulary: estimate-estimation, interact-interaction, benefit (n) (v)-beneficial 
- Skim-> Predict what this memo is about; from who to whom, about what, the structure
- Read-> Main Ideas, Details
=> Outline the Structure of the Text-> Note the function of each paragraph in the textbook
(Par.1) Introduction-> (Par.2) How the Digital Dining works-> (Par.3) Effects of the Change 
-> (Par.4) Q&A: (Q.1) Benefits for servers, (Q.2) Benefits for Customers, (Q.3) Other Features
Blog What do you think? -1 => Identify the benefits and disadvantages of the new monitors for;
Restaurant Servers Customers
2. Interest of the Day: Dining Etiquette For Beginners (1:52)
3. Inside Reading Unit 8  Click or Clique
Study Words/Expressions
- [P1-L2] subside  to become calmer/quieter; ease off, die down, decrease, decline <-> rise, increase: wait for my anger/the rain ~, the pain/food water gradually ~d  -> subsidiary (adj) auxiliary, supplementary, secondary (n)  oversea ~ <-> main   [L6] produce  to bring (sth) into existence, to present to view, to show sth or make sth appear (from/out of somewhere) : ~ evidence, He ~d a gun/an envelope from his pocket  (n) produce things produced by farming: farm ~, local ~  [P2-L10] upperclassmen  a junior or senior in a high school or college <-> lowerclassman  junior, sophomore students  [L11] converse  [kɒnvɜːs] (adj) reversed; opposite; contrary: the ~ effect, (n) [the ~]  something that is opposite or contrary: ~ and the ~ is equally true.  [kənˈvɜːs] (v) to have a conversation (with) 
[L13] inevitable unavoidable, sure to happen; certain, unavoidable, inevitable, undeniable: an ~ consequence, It is/seems ~ that …, the ~ (n) accept the ~ [L16] so-called millennial generation so-called: used to introduce the word that people usually use to describe sth   millennial (adj) <- millennium [L20] domain  a field of action, thought, influence, etc.; realm, territory: the ~ of science [P3-L21] residential-life offices [L27,29] diverse  having variety; assorted, different, distinct, various; ~ cultures  - diversity  - diversify [L31]  deviate from; different from sth normal or expected; differ, vary, stay away from: ~ from the routine/usual route, the plan  - deviation ~ from the norms/plan, sexual ~ -> standard deviation [P4-L39] anonymously-anonymous without any name acknowledged or whose name is withheld as that of author, contributor: an ~ letter/donation/author [L39] passive  not participating perceptibly in an activity, organization; inactive: play a ~ role, ~ observer <-> active [L40] spring into investigative action (life)  - sprang-sprung  to suddenly start working/doing sth: The town sprang into action/life during the festival.  [L45] maximize  <-> minimize [L52] active account <-> sleeping account  [L53] break the ice to make people who have not met before feel more relaxed with each other [P5-L55] fondness  ~ for sb/sth: ~ for animals/sweet  – fond of sb/sth/-ing: ~ of music/cooking [L58] compatibility – compatible capable of existing or living together in harmony; adaptable, suitable: a ~ married couple, Prejudice is not ~ with true religion. [L61] intervene (in)  to become involved in in a situation to improve/solve ; mediate, arbitrate, negotiate: sb ~ in the crisis/dispute. -> intervention: call for government ~ to save …, military ~
[P6-L67] arbitrary subject to individual will/judgment without restriction; contingent solely upon one's discretion; irrational, unreasonable, irresponsible, inconsistent, subjective, random: an ~ decision.  
- decided by a judge or arbiter rather than by a law or statute; (international) court of ~  - arbitration
[L72] guarantee (n) pledge, promise, assurance, insurance, warranty  (v) assure, insure, promise, pledge [P7-L78] clause [L84] institute (v) to set up, introduce or start a process; establish, organize, initiate, start: ~ a change, ~ a new government, a new course [L85] explain (sth) to sb [L86] posture attitude towards a particular situation: stance, circumstance, attitude, position: a comfortable ~, upright ~s, aggressive ~ on immigration [P9-L107] I’m more into [L108] girly (girlie) suitable for or like little girls; girlish <-> boyish – boyish [L114] clique [kliːk] a small, exclusive group of friends or associates who don’t allow others to join them. [P10-L126] immature – immaturity <-> mature-maturity 

2017年7月21日金曜日

Advancing-Jul.21st

1. Inside Reading Unit 8  
Reading-1 Judging Roommates by Their Facebook Covers
- Reading Skill: Highlighting and Annotating-> Apply
- Review a Skill: Finding the Main Idea-> Review and highlight the Main Idea of each section.
=>Blog Write the main idea of each section in one sentence =>Post the model
- Par. 2: New college freshmen worry about who and what their new roommates will be like, especially those who have never shared a room with someone.
- Roommate Research: Worrying students try to find what their new roommate like via social-networking sites like Facebook.
- Prevention Beats Intervention: Residential-life offices carefully match roommates and some of them even try to give-guidance to new freshmen to use social-networking sites carefully.
- Brandi and Sarah: An incoming freshman Brandi had checked a social networking site and thought she wouldn’t be able to get along with her new roommate until she contacted her directly and found there were common issues between them.
=> Integ. Speech Tell the summary of the text in 60 seconds.
2. Open Forum Chapter 5 Anthropology #2 News report on corporate anthropology  
- Preparing for Listening: What kind of work might an anthropologist do in an office?  
- Before Listening: corporate, Eskimo living in the Arctic Circle
- 1st Listening-> Main Ideas, More Details
- WS 2nd Lis-by Part   A & B=> Tasks-> Part C & D=> Tasks
=> Task Do you think using anthropologists in school is a good idea? Why? What practices may change?
3. Interest of the Day: Inuit Video (4:20)

2017年7月18日火曜日

Advancing 1-Jul.18th

1. Read and Write Unit 5  Reading Skill/Q-Classroom : Who is your family?
Blog Review Writing: Which family style do you think is better or more suitable for your society, nuclear family or extended family? Write your answer in five to eight sentences. 
Writing: Write a Personal Letter
- Writing Skill: Using correct personal letter format
=>Blog Write-1 Write a personal letter to a friend you have not seen in a long time. Tell your friend about what you are doing and also about your family members and what they are doing. Make sure your letter uses the standard format.
- Heading
- Greeting and Introduction/Update
- Body-1: brief information/description about what you’re doing
- Body-2: about your family members and what they are doing.
- Closing
-> Peer Review-> Revise=> Read it to a partner
2. Blog Interest of the Day: Campus Life at Dallas Baptist University (1:22)
3. Inside Reading Unit 8  Click or Clique
Dic clique  [kliːk/ klɪk] a small, exclusive group of friends or associates who don’t allow others to join them.
Pair Do you think some students tend to form cliques in school? Why do you think they do?
Target Words-Stress: arbitrary, clause, converse, deviate, diverse, intervene
arbitrary  subject to individual will/judgment without restriction; contingent solely upon one's discretion; 
irrational, unreasonable, irresponsible, inconsistent, subjective, random: an ~ decision.  
- decided by a judge or arbiter rather than by a law or statute; (international) court of ~  - arbitration
Before you Read 3.  Pair Have you ever looked for information about someone on the Internet? Why?
Reading-1  Judging Roommates by Their Facebook Covers 
- Preview: Check the title, headings, image/captions, chart-> Predict the topic
-> Images of roommates and dormitories
University dormitory-China University dormitory-US Hogwarts dormitory
- Skim the text=> Write the main ideas in three sentences=> Speak the main idea in 60 seconds
Many college freshmen anxiously look up social networking sites to find what their new roommate is like before entering their dorms. However, such profiles shown on the web may not always tell the truth. Students may find it easier to get along with their new roommate whose profile may not match their preferences.
- Read-1 Underline the topic sentences/main ideas
=> Reading Comprehension: T/F, Mark the line #, Correct false statements.

2017年7月7日金曜日

Advancing 1-Jul.7th

1. Inside Reading Unit 7  #2 An Ocean Waiting to Happen
- Read-> Comprehension  Note the line number where the answer was found
- Overview the text=> Blog Identify three topics and their paragraphs before writing.
1. What happened in Afar region: Par.1-6
2. Moving tectonic plates: Par.7-9
3. What is going to happen in Afar region: Par.10
=> Write a summary in three sentences. 
2. Open Forum Chapter 5 Anthropology #1 Interview with an anthropologist
- 3rd Listening Blog w/Script-> Vocabulary: human origins, genetics, biological variation, area of specialty, vary-variable-variation, introduce-introductory, sub-category, broaden and expand, fascinating field
- Vocabulary/p.37-38
- ist: person, member - anthropologist, artist, pianist, dentist, psychologist, chemist, socialist, egoist  
- ian: specialist - mathematician, politician, musician, magician, physician, historian, librarian, 
- al: official, professional, 
- or: thing, person - actor, mayor, governor, conductor, escalator, elevator
- er: think, person - employer, announcer, manager, speaker, builder, villager, cooker, cooler/heater
=> Blog Extra-Listening: Grammar Grater-Suffix er vs. or by CalWORKs-Distance Learning 
Nouns ending in –er  and Nouns ending in –or 

2017年7月4日火曜日

Adancing 1-Jul.4th

1. Read and Write Unit 5  Reading 2 : The Challenge of Running a Family Business
What do you think? B.1 Blog Write why you think An family in Reading-1 was successful in their business but the Bancroft family in Reading-2 had to sell their business in 100 words. 
=> Speak If your family ran a business, would you be interested or willing to succeed the business? Speak your answer in 60 sec.
2. Inside Reading Unit 7  #1 Roving Continents
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level 
- A. Predict-> Dic -> Read-> Pair Reading aloud
6. haphazard [hæpˈhæz ərd] lack of order/planning, by irregularity/randomness; aimless, random
integrate  to make/be made into a whole; incorporate; (~ into, with sth, ~ A and B; Plan A is ~d with Plan-B. -to designate (a school, park) for use by all races or groups<-> segregate
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- Word Form Chart  Dic accommodate  to provide sb with a room, enough space; take in, hold: the hotel ~ s up to ….  make/become suitable for; adapt, fit, modify: ~ the needs of minority groups -> accommodating  willing to help/do things for others; considerate, helpful, friendly, hospitable: ~ to foreigners. -> accommodation (~s/AmE) 
Dic restrain to stop sb/sth from doing sth especially by physical force; ~ sb/sth from sth/-ing;  Sb was ~ed by the police. ~ sb from shouting.   -> restraint  impose ~s on bananas. wage ~. 
- E. Read-> Pair Reading aloud
3. Interest of the Day Average American vs Average European (8:43)
=> Speak Which culture or lifestyle are you interested in experiencing for a few or several years?