- Vocabulary: virtual <-> real, outbreak-epidemic-pandemic
- Preview the Unit: Have you played a virtual game with an avatar? Did you see the movie Avatar?
- Read-1 -> Main Ideas, Details
- Read-2 => Speak Explain the incident in two minutes.
- What do you think-B: 2. What can schools do to prevent the spread of the flu?
=> Speak your response in 90 seconds to explain at least one specific action or measure.
Inside Reading Unit 4 Reading-2 Immunization against Diseases of Public Health Importance
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level
- A. 1. pustule [ˈpʌs tʃʊl] a small elevation of the skin containing pus.
2. “Mothers counted their children only after they had had the smallpox.” =>?
3. dairymaid [ˈdɛərimeɪd] a girl or woman employed in a dairy.
5. lesion [ˈliʒən] an injury; hurt; wound. - any localized, abnormal structural change in the body
-> Relay Reading by Group
- Corpus Dic assure - to state w/ confidence/definitely true/happen: He ~d us that everything would be all right.
- to promise, guarantee; He was ~d a job. - to (a future event) ensure, secure; This contract ~s profit.
-> assurance [C] He received ~s of support for the project. He gave his ~ that the job would be done.
=> Pair Introduce a partner to something that you can assure of the quality such as food, restaurant, book, movie or game in 60-sec. I can assure you that you will … I’m sure you’ll like/enjoy it.
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- Corpus Dic resolve
- to find satisfactory solution to sth; solve, work out: ~ an issue/dispute/conflict/problem/difference
- to decide or determine firmly; ~d not to tell her the truth. ~d I’d never see her again.
- (n) strong determination to achieve sth; decision, determination, intention, resolution
=> Pair How do you usually resolve a problem or conflict in a group/team/family or with friends?
=> Pair What are some ways to resolve cultural differences with people from foreign counties?
-> resolution a formal statement: to pass/adopt a ~, - act of solving/settling a problem/dispute; ~ of the dispute
=> Pair What was your new year’s ~ this year? -> My new year’s ~ this year was … -> How is it going?
- C. just read aloud
- Corpus Dic compensate
- to provide sth good to balance/reduce the bad effects; make up for, offset: ~ for the lose/damage
- to pay sb money for sth bad, repay, recoup, refund; She should be ~d for the suffering.
-> compensation sth/money to make up for the loss/damage, benefit/reward/payment; to claim/receive/pay ~ for
=> Pair What kind of compensation would you claim if your personal information was stolen from the phone service provider?
- Interest Blog MLK’s Speech (2:27) We shall overcome Song (1:37)
=> Speak What do you think you or we should overcome now and in the future?