2017年10月31日火曜日

Advancing 1-Oct.31st

Read and Write Unit 7 Buy or Reuse 
- Blog Writing  Answer the Test Question: Is it better to save what you have or buy new things? 
Write a paragraph in 9 (2/3/3/1) ~ 12 (2/4/4/2) sentences to state a fact, your opinion and supporting sentences about buying and repairing. Try to use a variety of sentence types to draw interest.
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Inside Reading Unit 1 Reading-1  The Architecture of the Marketplace
- Read-2 => (Check the locations/dates/source, Ind. Speech what this text is about in 60 min)
- Study Words/Expressions 
[P1-L7] evolve into   [L11] commercial rival [P2-L18] temporary-> temporarily <-> permanent [L21] overland caravan route over or across land: a road that winds ~  - by land: travel ~ rather than by sea [L22] swelling towns of the agricultural era   swell-swelled-swollen/swelled-swelled to become bigger; balloon, expand, grow, increase: finger is beginning to ~ up, Cook until they ~ and soften. [P3-L29] regulate; manage, organize, govern, rule, control: ~ed by law  -> regulation  [L20] Sumerian city  Sumer [suːmər] was the first ancient urban civilization in the historical region of southern Mesopotamia, modern-day southern Iraq, during the Early Bronze ages, and arguably the first civilization in the world.  [P4-L33] bazaar  A permanently enclosed marketplace, or street where goods and services are exchanged or sold. [L42] mazelike [meiz-] <-maze  a confusing network of intercommunicating paths or passages; labyrinth   [P5-L52] agora [L65] piazza  town square  [L65] plaza an open urban public space, such as a city square  [P6-L70] arcade a succession of arches, each counter-thrusting the next, supported by columns, piers, or a covered walkway enclosed by a line of such arches on one or both sides  [L80] simulate  - to assume or have the appearance of; imitate  - to reproduce the conditions of (a situation) for an experiment-> simulation, flight simulator   [P7-L89] dense  having the component parts closely compacted together; crowded or compact, congested: a ~ forest; ~ population  -> population density a measurement of population per unit area or unit volume   [P8-L93] commission   - to place an order for sth: to ~ a portrait/project  -to grant authority to; charge with a duty or task [P9-L98] pose a challenge  - to create sth challenging: ~ a threat/challenge/danger/risk/problem/question  [L100] enclose-> enclosure   [L105] a spacious suburban destination  [L106] retain the inviting festivity  ;hold/keep/maintain   inviting; appealing, charming, attracting, enticing, welcoming   [L111] archetype [ɑrkɪtaɪp] typical example  [L115] anchor store  [æŋkər] a well-known store, especially a department store, that attracts customers to the shopping center in which it is located.   [P12-L141] economic prosperity; success, wealth<- prosper; succeed, flourish, be fortune -> prosperous
=> Blog Write a brief summary of the article in five sentences. Divide the paragraphs to five groups, identify the topic of each group, and write a sentence for each topic. Paraphrase the words in the text.
=> ☆ Pair Tell the Summary in 90 sec. w/o the writing
Interest China-CPC’s 19th National Congress and New Leadership

2017年10月27日金曜日

Advancing 1-Oct.27th

Inside Reading Unit 1 Architecture  Reading-1  The Architecture of the Marketplace
- Before You Read: ☆ Ind. Speaking Describe a place, store or a shopping mall you often go with your family or friends in 90 sec.  Is there anything that attracts or entices shoppers there?
- Reading Skill: Previewing and Predicting
-> Learn: Read the Titles, Headlines, Check the Photos and Captions.
-> Apply-5. Skim the text and predict what this text is going to about. => Pair in one sentence.
From ancient times to today, marketplaces have been attracting people and money in different forms.
- Read-1 -> mark the names of the marketplace. => Pair
-> Reading Comprehension: T/F, Mark the location by line #, Correct false statements.
Open Forum Chapter 7 Health   A Book Review of Why zebras don’t get ulcers
- Before Listening: Vocabulary - ulcer - baboon - primate
-1st Lis [B] Main Ideas: What does the author intend to present in this book?
★ What are the two kinds of stress? 
★ What is humans stress like?
★ What is the main idea of the talk?
- 2nd Lis by Part: Main Ideas/Details
Part-1: [A] What is the book Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers about?
Part-2: [B] What kind of stress do zebras get?
[C] What kind of stress do baboons get?
Part-3: [D] What kind of stress do humans get?
[E] What is important for your body?
Part-4: [F] What kind of strategy should we do to relieve our stress?
=> Integ. Speech  Speak a summary of the book in 90 sec. => Q&A

2017年10月24日火曜日

Advancing 1-Oct.24th

Read and Write Unit 7 Buy or Reuse 
- Blog Review Writing: Do you agree or disagree with Anthony’s arguments? Write your response in five to eight sentences.
- Writing Skill: Using Sentence Variety-> A. Study the Sentence Variety
=>Blog B. Rewrite the paragraph using more sentence variety.=> Pair
Special Program 

2017年10月20日金曜日

Advancing 1-Oct.20th

Inside Reading Unit 10  Reading- 2  You wouldn’t know it if it bit you
- Study Sentence/Expressions Blog [L47] minimal discomfort, if any at all
 - if any: Correct errors if any. (=if there are any errors)  
There is little water(,) if any. (if there is any water)  There is little(,) if any(,) between the two.
- if at all: the condition you gave doesn't usually happen or doesn't need to happen, but CAN happen.
If you do it at all, do it well.(やるからには、ちゃんとやりなさい) 
If he comes at all, it’ll be surprising.(もし彼が来たとしたら)
I can recall the story vaguely if at all. (もし思いしたとしても)
Many couples nowadays are having less children, if at all, due to a variety of reasons.
- if any at all: Most business owners were only earning small profits, if any at all.
<= business owners, if they were earning profits, those profits were small, but many were not making any profits"
- Study Structure  [Par.6]  TS: The body’s reaction … -> SS: Different biters can cause the same symptoms.
-> SD: For example, …  Another confusing situation …
[Par.7] TS: Guessing a biter’s identity is… SS-1: Being wrong can be dangerous. -> SD: Doctors in Australia …
SS-2: There are risks as well when … -> SD: If it’s a tick … If it’s a brown reclose…=> CS: That’s why it’s vital .
- Study Vocabulary
- [P2-L16] dermatologist  <-dermatology [dɜrmətɒlədʒi]  the branch of medicine concerned with the skin and its diseases  [L20] prickly <- prickle (n) a sharp point (v) to feel or cause to feel a stinging sensation  [L23] exterminator <- exterminate  to get rid of by destroying; destroy totally, kill, extinguish : ~ an enemy/insects  [P3-L30] pest  an insect or other small animal that harms or destroys garden plants, trees; virus, bug  - an annoying or troublesome person, animal, or thing; nuisance. [L31] plaguing <- plague [pleɪg] (v) to trouble, annoy, bother: The question of his future ~s him with doubt. to annoy, bother, or pester: Ants ~d the picnickers.  (n) an epidemic disease that causes high mortality  [L37] a cruel regime ruling ~ - a mode or system of rule or government: a dictatorial ~ -> regimen (Medicine/Medical) a regulated course, as of diet, exercise, or manner of living, intended to preserve or restore health or to attain some result.  [P4-L39] arachnid [əræknɪd] any small creature with two body parts, simple eyes and four pairs of legs, including spiders, scorpions, ticks and mites <-> insects have three body parts and three pairs of legs  [L40-41] horseflies, mosquitos, or bedbugs  [L42] virtually all humans who survive past infancy   [L46] append -a subordinate part attached to something; an auxiliary part; addition. - any member of the body diverging from the axial trunk. [L47] swelling <- swell-swelled-swelled/swollen  to become bigger or rounder; enlarge, increase, expand, grow, inflate, baloon: my arm was beginning to ~ up where the bee had stung me. Cook sth until they ~ and soften. The profit ~ed.  [L49] saliva [səlaɪvə] liquid produced in mouth to help swallow food  [P5-L57] rodent  any small animal with strong sharp front teeth such as rats, mice, squirrels, marmots, rabbits  [L68] swat  to hit; slap; smack   [P6-L70] narrow down  reduce the number of possibilities ; decrease, cut down, lower, reduce: ~ the list to three candidates  [L73] puffy <- puff  -a short, quick blast, as of wind or breath.  - an abrupt emission of air, smoke, vapor, etc  [L78] fungus [fʌŋgəs] -> (pl) fungi [fʌndʒaɪ/fʌŋgaɪ] any plant without leaves, flowers or green coloring; mushrooms  [L81] Lyme disease  an infectious disease caused by bacteria  [L82] recluse spider venomous spiders known for their bite  [P7-L88] no game  [L91] antivenins <- venin  any of several poisonous substances occurring in snake venom. [L106] necrosis [nəkroʊsɪs, nɛ-] the death of one or more cells in the body, usually within a localized area, as from an interruption of the blood supply to that part (adj) necrotic
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level
- A. Write synonyms of the informal words-> Check the chart on page 145
- B. Read the words in the box-> Fill in the blanks without reading (voca task) -> Read the text aloud.
=> C. Challenge! Put the sentences in a logical order. Identify the topic of each sentence and sort them
- Corpus Dic circumstance
-> D. Read aloud
Special Program Blog CNN-Secret State: A journey into the heart of North Korea (Infographic)
=> Discuss how you would try to help them or you wouldn’t worry about them if you were a South Korean student  => Speak your answer in three to five sentences.
Open Forum Topic-1: Conversation about fidgeting 
- Blog 3rd Lis with Transcript-> Vocabulary: make a difference, more/most likely-less likely, with a tendency to/tend to, keep ~ from -ing, daily routines=> Practice with a tendency to
- Vocabulary  Multi-word Verbs (1)/p.56

2017年10月17日火曜日

Advancing 1-Oct.17th

Read and Write Unit 7 Buy or Reuse 
- Review Reading-Q-Skill
- Words/Expressions: (par.1) material-materialistic (par.4) a significant part of their budget
- Vocabulary Skill: Phrasal Verbs - watch out, pick up, throw away, fall down, stop by, wore out, put on, fall apart
=> Blog Do you agree or disagree with Anthony’s arguments?
 Write your response in five to eight sentences.
Next=> - Writing Skill: Using Sentence Variety-> A. Study the Sentence Variety
=>Blog B. Rewrite the paragraph using more sentence variety.=> Pair
Earlier this year, some students noticed that recycling was difficult at our school. There were no containers to collect paper for recycling, so people just threw paper away. Also, many students drink bottled water and throw empty bottles in the trash without thinking. Student organizers made posters about recycling and put containers for recycling in every classroom and office. In one month, there were a significant increase in the amount of paper and more bottles in the in the containers. They are very happy with the results and hope people’s habits and attitudes continue to change.
- Grammar: ☆Future Time Clause-> A. Complete the sentences with a future time clause or a main clause
=> Blog. Answer the questions in three sentences.
Use the time clause properly. Do NOT say "I want to"          
1. What you usually do as soon as you get home from school?
2. What are going to study or do when you go to college?
3. What would you do if you were assigned to work in a developing country in Africa?
4. What you would have done if you had had a three-month holidays last summer?
- Blog Writing  Answer the Test Question: Is it better to save what you have or buy new things?
Write a paragraph in 9 (2/3/3/1) ~ 12 (2/4/4/2) sentences to state a fact, your opinion and supporting sentences about buying and repairing. Try to use a variety of sentence types to draw interest.
Inside Reading  Unit 10  Reading- 2  You wouldn’t know it if it bit you
- Read-2-> Reading Comprehension: T/F, Mark the line #, Correct false statements. Mark the key words to look for the answers before reading. => Pair
- Blog Review the main idea of the text in four to six sentences or n 80 words
Interest of the Day When artificial intelligence met peaches (2:29)

2017年10月13日金曜日

Advancing 1-Oct.13th

Inside Reading Unit 10  Reading- 2  You wouldn’t know it if it bit you
- Preview: Check the title, headings, image/captions-> Predict the topic
- Skim the text: Introduction, first sentence of each paragraph and the last paragraph.
=> Write the main ideas in one sentence.
Bites by small insects are troublesome and could be serious to human bodies because it is not easy to identify the cause and the reactions of the body vary by person.
- Read-1  Highlight, annotate and/or underline the main ideas, key words, issues and facts.
=>Blog Write the main idea of this case study in four to six sentences or n 80 words
Bites by arachnids or insects aren’t easily recognized instantly. 
The person who is bitten wonder what caused the problem and may suffer mental and or physical problems.
While it is essential to find the cause and give the right treatment, it’s difficult to find what bit the patient because the same sign and symptoms can be caused by different creatures.
Bites by unidentified creatures are frustrating and also could be dangerous.  (4 sentence/79 words)
Interest of the Day  IBM Watson Health (4:00)
Open Forum Topic-1: Conversation about fidgeting 
- Introducing the Topic: Health Quiz=> Pair What do you or someone you know do to stay healthy?
- Preparing to Listen: about fidget/fidgeting (move restlessly; fret, jiggle, twiddle, twitch)
Do you fidget often? What do you think of a person who fidgets all the time?
What could the title “Fidgeting could make the difference between being fat or thin” mean? 
- 1st Lis -> [B] Main Ideas, [C] More Detail
- 2nd Lis => What is the main finding and what are the two other findings to support the main finding? 
=> Integ. Speech Explain the findings from the research in 90 sec.

2017年10月6日金曜日

Advancing 1-Oct.6th

Inside Reading Unit 10  Reading-1 Attack of the Fire Ants
- Study “the ant” (in general or particular) vs.  “ant” “an ant/ants”  in line 10-50.
- Study Words/Expressions
- [Intro-L6] appendage [əpɛndɪdʒ] <-append -a subordinate part attached to something; an auxiliary part; addition. - any member of the body diverging from the axial trunk.  [L8] sting-stung-stung ->stinger [P1-L14] initiated a full-scale invasion  - to begin, set going, or originate, institute, introduce, launch: ~ a social reform/movement  -> initiative  an introductory act or step; leading action, drive, leadership: take the ~ in making friends.
[P2-L20] worked in the ants’ favor [L21] tramp (n)<- (v) to tread or walk with a firm, heavy, resounding step. [L22] thrive-thrived-thrived or throve-thriven  to prosper, grow/develop vigorously; flourish, bloom, succeed: The children ~d in the country. New businesses ~ in the city.   [P1-L22] habitat; residence, nest, dwelling   habitant; resident, inhabit; take up residence in, settle, locate, reside -> inhabitant; colonist, settler  [P4-L41] arches its body  curve, bridge, hook  [L45] immediate burning sensation  [L47] develops a red welt  a raised mark on the skin where sth has hit/rubbed; weal  [P5-L51] toxic (adj) containing poison; poisonous, harmful: highly ~, ~ chemicals/fumes/gases, ~ drug/waste -> toxin (n) poison produced by bacteria in plants/animals  [L55] numb  deprived of physical sensation or the ability to move: fingers ~ with cold. [L57] necrotic <-necrosis [nəkroʊsɪs] death of a circumscribed portion of animal or plant tissue  [L67] anaphylactic reaction <-anaphylaxis [ænəfəlæk sɪs] exaggerated allergic reaction to a foreign protein resulting from previous exposure to it.  [L72] wheezing <-wheeze [ʰwiz]to breathe with difficulty and with a whistling sound: Asthma caused him to ~.  [P6-L79] watery solution <-such a substance, as dissolved sugar or salt in solution  [P60-L80] mast cells  type of white blood cells, rich in histamine, play an important protective role in allergies, wound healing, immune tolerance, defense against pathogens, and blood–brain barrier function. [L84] substance  a type of solid, liquid or gas that has particular qualities: chemical/radioactive ~  [P7-L94] neutralize <= neutral not supporting, helping, belonging to either side/party/country: politically ~, remain ~, ~ territory/waters  - neither acid nor alkaline   [L97] immunotherapy [ɪmyənoʊθɛrəpi] treatment designed to produce immunity to a disease or enhance the resistance of the immune system to an active disease process, as cancer. [L98] minimalizing reactions  <- minimal  of the least possible; minimum or smallest; basic, minimum, nominal: at ~ cost, a ~ amount of risk, damage was ~ <-> maximal  [L99] administered on a regular schedule  - to manage affairs, a government; have executive charge of: ~ the law  -to bring into use or operation: ~ justice  - to make application of; give, apply: ~ medicine   [L102] tolerate; allow, indulge, permit -> tolerant, tolerance, tolerable - intolerant, intolerable; unacceptable, unbearable [L107] immunotherapy regime - a mode or system of rule or government: a dictatorial ~ -> regimen (Medicine/Medical) a regulated course, as of diet, exercise, or manner of living, intended to preserve or restore health or to attain some result.  [P9-L132] 30 degrees north latitude -> 30 degrees west longitude; Tokyo: 36° N, 140° E
- Study Explanation  - Par. 6 (L79~93) => Pair [L90] blockage of the passages that deliver air to the lungs 
- Par. 7 (L94~106) => Pair
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level 
- A. -> Read aloud
1. - a colony of  a group of the same type of animal or plant living or growing together, esp in large numbers
- appendage [əpɛndɪdʒ] any organ that projects from the trunk of animals such as arthropods
5. - exotic  of foreign origin/character; not native; introduced from abroad, but not fully naturalized/acclimatized: ~ foods, plants.
- straw mites a mite that often occurs in straw and sometimes bites humans, causing an itching dermatitis.
6. exhaust fumes (often pl) smoke, gas, vaporous exhalation that smells or is dangerous.; diesel/gas ~s, toxic ~s
- Corpus  contact  - to communicate with: We'll ~ you by mail or telephone. 
->B. => Pair Have you ever come into contact with ~ ?  => I came contact with ~ when …
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- Word Form Chart
estimate [ɛstɪmeɪt] to form an approximate idea of distance, size, cost, amount ; calculate roughly, guess, predict: cost an ~d one million. The deal is ~ d around …, It is ~d/We ~d that it would cost …, 
- (n) [ɛstɪmɪt] : give/make/submit/revise a rough/initial/recent/accurate/reliable/best/ballpark/official/ ~ of sth
-> C. 2. [L2] It is estimated that there are over eighty thousand species of ants in the world.
3. [L37] According to experts, an estimated 30 to 60 percent of the population in ant territory will get stung.
- Word Form Chart
- minimal  of the least possible; minimum or smallest; basic, minimum, nominal: at ~ cost, a ~ amount of risk, damage was ~ <-> maximal  
- neutralize <= neutral not supporting, helping, belonging to either side/party/country: politically ~, remain ~, ~ territory/waters  - neither acid nor alkaline
- sufficient  enough for a particular purpose; enough, adequate, satisfactory, will do, acceptable : allow ~ time to …, ~ for sth, 
=> Pair  - To which subjects did you make a sufficient effort to get good scores? Why?
- To which subjects did you make a minimal effort?
-> D. 3. account for  - to give an explanation (for~): to ~ for the accident. - to answer concerning one's conduct, duties, etc. (~ for): to ~ for the missing typewriters.  - cause (~ for):The humidity ~s for our discomfort. 
5. vector  (biology) an insect that carries a particular disease from one living thing to another 
 (math) a quantity that has both size and direction; acceleration and velocity are both ~s. 
7. counteract  to act in opposition to, by contrary action; cancel out, correct, neutralize, offset
Special Program Blog CNN-Secret State: A journey into the heart of North Korea (Infographic) 

2017年10月3日火曜日

Advancing 1-Oct.3rd

Read and Write Unit 7 Buy or Reuse 
- Blog Review writing 3~5 sentences to explain what you did and should/shouldn’t/could have done. 
  => Check T’s comment Rewrite it in three sentences in five minutes.
Reading 2 : Blog - In Praise of the Throwaway Society
- Vocabulary: material-materialism-materialistic, significant-significance<->insignificant
Dic significant: large/important enough to have an effect, important, considerable, substantial
- Read-> Main Idea, Details=> Pair
- What do you think?-A.2: Clarify Mad Anthony’s reasons to support his opinion on Worksheet
Main Point: A throwaway society is sign that things are better and people are wealthier.
Support-1: Lower Prices – Technology lowered the costs. Smaller price difference between buying and fixing
Support-2: Increased Wealth <- More money, lower prices
Support-3: Increased Features <- Technology especially electronics. Digital camera, cell phone, GPS
Conclusion: The throwaway society shows how good things are.
=> Dis the arguments Anthony makes in the blog. Do you agree or disagree with each of his arguments?
Inside Reading  Unit 10  Reading-1 Attack of the Fire Ants
Blog Review the summary of the text in four to six sentences. You could use the subjects below to start each sentence; The fire ant, Fire ant sting, The venom, There aren't any countermeasures, Fire ants
- “the ant” (in general or particular) vs.  “ant” “an ant/ants”  
-> Blog Study-1- The Blue Whale
The blue whale is the largest animal in the world. It weighs 150 tons and grows 30 meters long.
Baby blue whales drink 600 litters of their mothers’ milk every day. Blue whales live in the sea but they come to the surface every 15 minutes. When a whale breathes, it blows water into the air. 
There are 83 kinds of whales. They all have different songs. Some people hunt whales to get meat and oil.
-> Study-2 - Introduction, Par.1  - Ant Zones (Par.2-4)  - Temperature Boundaries (Par.8) 
The Blue Whale
=>Revise own sum 
Interest of the Day AI and Medicine