- Writing Skill: Using numbers to support ideas.
-> A. Identify MI, study the population growth.
=> Describe a trend, situation, event, place or thing, or your grades or profile using numbers and facts.
- Blog Write a paragraph to describe your community/society such as school, local community or country. Write two or three points that are important or unique and use numbers to support them.
Inside Reading Unit 3 Reading-2 One Person’s Vandalism Is Another One’s Art
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level
Word Form Chart
- inspect examine; scrutinize; investigate; study esp. for faults or errors: ~ property/work,
- mutual possessed, experienced, or performed by each of two or more with respect to the other:
have ~ respect/understanding, ~ support/aid
- rational (adj) agreeable to reason; reasonable; sensible; wise; intelligent; analytical: ~ choice, decision, explanation, thought -> rationale: reason, logic, basis, grounds.
- legislate (vi: for/against/on) to make or pass a law affecting sth: ~ against discrimination, ~ to protect
(vt) to bring into effect by legislation: ~ morality.
legislature a group of people or body that have the power to make or change laws: body; house
- ethnic relating to or characteristic of a group having racial, religious, linguistic, or sth in common;
racial; cultural; tribal; national; traditional: ~ groups/communities, ~ violence,
-> A. -> Pair
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- Corpus rational agreeable, reasonable; sensible; wise; analytical, sound: ~ choice/decision/explanation/thought
-> rationale: reason, logic, basis, grounds; ~ behind/for/of sth <-> irrational
=> Pair Do you know anyone who makes a rational explanation to you or others?
If not, what about you?
- C. -> Identify the words that can be replaced by different forms of rational
- reason-> rationale - justified-> rationalize - sensible-> rational
- logically-> rationally - explanation-> rationale - reason-> rationale
- criteria (pl)<-criterion a standard of judgment/criticism; a rule/principle for evaluating/testing sth.
- “art for art’s sake” expresses the belief held by many writers and artists, that art needs no justification, that it’s free from political, educational, or moral function.
(a slogan which was coined in the early 19th century by the French philosopher Victor Cousin.)
=> Speak the summary of the essay in 60 sec.