Inside Reading Unit 5 Reading-2 Freeze Frames – Stopping Time
- Review Apply-3 Write a summary in two or three sentences.
☆ Not well summarized the two techniques. Refer to Tatsuya’s -> Check the Model
- Read-2-> Reading Comprehension -> Correct each false statement. Note the line number of the info.
- Stanford University (Stanford, Ca), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, Ma)
- video-horse galloping
- Prof. Edgerton’s Video
☆ Explain the story or the technology you are impressed in the text in 90 sec => Pair
- Read-3-> Study Words/Expressions/Grammar
[P1-L14] Dic sequence: the following of one thing after another/in order; succession series, order, array, string; in/out of ~, ~ order, the ~ of events - sequential, in alphabetical ~ – sequel <-> prequel
- sequent; consecutive, sequential following; subsequent; consequent
- [L17]Dic transit: the process of being moved/carried from one place to another; in ~, ~ visa - transition: the process /period of changing from one state to another; change, progress, conversion; ~ from A to B, ~ between A and B, in ~,
[P2-L18] soon-to-be [L22-23] commonly debated question of the time [L27] settle ~ debate [P3-L27] parallel to/with sth [L42] hooves are tucked under the horse to put into a small, close, or concealing place: ~ the money into your wallet. T~ in your shirt. T~ the edge of the sheet under the mattress. [P4-L50] mundane: ordinary, normal, routine, not exciting; a ~ task/job, in ~ situations, beyond the ~ matters [L52] inaugurate: begin, commence, initiate formally (position, thing): The moon landing ~ed a new era in space exploration. – inauguration: ~ speech/ceremony [L53] biomechanics: the study of the mechanics of the movement of living organisms
[P5-L58] Dic restore: to return/bring back to an original/former situation/feeling; rebuild, fix, reconstruct, revive, reestablish; ~ condition/health/moral/order, ~ painting/building - restoration; ~ work, The Meiji ~ – restorative; ~ justice/surgery [P5-L63] hence: for that reason, so, thus: The eggs were very fresh and ~ satisfactory. [P6-L68] was applied in; used
[L70] Dic persisted in sth/in -ing: continue to do sth despite difficulties/opposition - persistence (n) - persistent (adj)
[P7-L75] stationary still, not moving - showing no change: his condition was ~, a ~ population - stationery materials for writing [P8-L86] becomes synchronized to cause to go on, move, operate, work, at the same rate and exactly together: They ~ed their steps and walked on together. -> sync [P9-L95] emit-emission [L97] fraction - any part or subdivision: a substantial ~ of the nation - a small piece; fragment - a number usually expressed in the form a/b. (v) [P10-L106] hover: birds, helicopter to stay in the air [P12-L124] vocal cords: the thin strings of muscle in the throat to produce the voice [L126] endoscopy: an examination by means of an endoscope (tubular optical instrument to examine organs) [L126] hum: to make a low, continuous, droning sound. -> humming [P130-L131] be instrumental in: important in making sth happen; useful, helpful: ~ in winning/sth, by/for musical instrument [P14-L141] visual flair [flair]: a natural talent/aptitude/ability ≢ flare [flair] to blaze with a sudden burst of flame [L146] exactitude: the quality of being exact; precision, accuracy
Open Forum Chapter 12 Law 1.An Interview about Restorative Justice
- Introducing the Topic ->Vocabulary robbery, offend-offender, kidnap-kidnapping, snatch,
plead guilty/innocent, charge, convict, restore-restoration-restorative
- plead [pli:d] pleaded-pleaded/pled-pled - ask sb for sth: with sb, for sth; ask, request, beg, appeal to:
plead guilty or not guilty, plead insanity
- convict [kənvɪkt -conviction (n) [kɒnvɪkt]<-> acquit-acquittal: The jury voted for conviction/acquittal
- offend: make sb feel upset/unpleasant; hurt, displease, insult - commit a crime, offender, offensive, offending
- Prepare to Listen: Is prison an effective form of punishment for crimes or a solution to prevent crimes?
*restore: Dic making you feel strong and healthy again; fix, bring back, recover, rebuild, revive
- Listen [B] Main Ideas, [C] More Details => Explain what restorative justice is in three sentences.
Instead of just punishing a criminal, restorative justice focuses on the crime by involving the offender.
For example, if someone damages other’s property, restorative justice may make the offender help repair or do a community work to pay for the damage
This way, the offender mostly realizes what he or she did to others and feel more responsible for their conduct.
- 2nd Lis-by part: Part-1 => Explain what the restorative justice is with an example.
- Part-2 => Explain the roots and benefits of restorative justice.
=> Explain what restorative justice is with an example in 60 seconds. Compare it with traditional approach, using instead of, while or unlike..
Interest :I haven’t been home for three years Video (3:24)
=> If you lived in a village where there is no job that would bring enough money to raise you children, what would you do? Speak your answer in 60 sec.