Inside Reading Reading-1 Public Art Controversies – Art Attack
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level
- B. -> Read aloud 1. On a regular basis 2. Fund public art 6. Cooperate in maintaining
- C -> Read aloud mural, bus shelter, far-reaching effects, vandalism
- Corpus: criteria (pl) - criterion (s) [kraɪˈtɪər i ən] a standard by which something can be judged or decided;
benchmark, standard, barometer, scale, test, precedent, touchstone :
The main criterion is value for money. What criteria are used for assessing a student’s ability?
-> D. Choose one of the five things, and think of the three most important criteria for deciding the thing.
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- E. Mark the word(s) that should be rephrased.
- Corpus Dic - fund (vt) to provide money for sth: a festival ~ed by …, privately ~ed, a government ~ed program
- fund (C) an amount of money saved/made available for a particular purpose, capital, endowment, foundation: a disaster relief ~, pension ~, IMF
- funds (pl) money that is available to be spent, cash reserve, budget: government ~, raise ~, lack of ~
- funding (UC) money for particular purpose, cash, money: cuts in government ~
- F. Restate the sentences using fund, funds or funding.
Open Forum Chapter 9 #2 Lecture on Water Project around the World
- Preparing to Listen: How much more money are you willing to pay to save 20% water per toilet flush?
- Vocabulary before Listening:
- algae [ˈæl dʒi] pl. (sing) alga (ˈælɡə) simple w/o leaves stems/roots that grows in/near water, inc. seaweed.
- sewage: used water, waste substances -> sewer: underground pipe to carry sewage away
- Listen-through: Main Ideas, More Detail
=> Thinking & Speaking Which project mentioned in the lecture do you think more helpful?
- Interest Blog Is Oshi Palav “the king of meals”?