2018年10月31日水曜日

Senior 3-Oct.31st

Kikutan Day 52 #1 
Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2  
Inside Reading-1 Unit 3  Reading 1 They know what you want #1
- Blog marketing  business activities that involves finding out what customers want, using that information to design products and services, and selling them effectively: a ~ campaign/plan/strategy/company/agency/department
-> Marketing 4Ps: Product, Price, Place, Promotion => Chart/p.35
- Before Reading 2. Has an advertisement ever persuaded you to buy a product/service?
              persuade sb to do [pərˈsweɪd] to make someone do or believe sth by giving them a good reason to do it or by talking to that person and making them believe it; convince, urge: The salesman tried to persuade me to buy the insurance.
- Preview: The title, subheadings; influencing, defining, slogan, photos, illustrations
- Reading Comprehension: Underline/Mark the key words to look for.
-> Read  T/F, Mark the line #, Correct false statements.=> Pair Check the Answers

Read & Write Unit Writing
- Review (Oct.17) Blog your answer to the question with example(s) in four to six sentences.
Some people have a natural ability in math or dealing with numbers, while others struggle with it. Do you consider yourself to be good at math or numbers or not? Why?
Neither A nor B.  Good writing: Minori’s
Writing
- Grammar: The Present Perfect
-> A. have/has studied/lived for permanent/long time, have been –ing for emphasis on the present –ing.
-> B. Pair Ask two questions using the present perfect.
=> Answer the questions in the present perfect and explain in the past and present tense.
- Writing Skill: Using numbers to support ideas.
-> A. Identify MI, study the population growth. -> B.
- Describe your community/society such as school, local community or country w/numbers in 4-6 sen.
              <- Check the Internet to find info.
- 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.

Interest Blog Passport Ranking  

=> Speak what the most powerful passport means in 3 sen. with examples.

2018年10月27日土曜日

Senior 2-Oct.27th

Eiken Lis-Pre 2nd 2018-2  
Speak to Learn Unit 31  Unit 1
-G&C-1.1 => Pair What language is spoken in ~? => I think ~ is … / I don’t know what … Please let me know what
- G&C-1.3-> made of/from/with
=> Pair What is ~ made from/of/with? => I think ~ is … / I don’t know what … Please let me know what …
[A modern miracle drug]   L48 taxol  L51 unnatural cell growth of cancer  L52 taxol was being used in intensive treatment for …
[Rainforests]   L54 testing them for possible medical use  L55 access to=> Corpus/p.31=> D.  L56 rapidly disappearing <-rapid  L57 logging companies <-log  L58 commercial developers  L59 the priorities of ~ conflict with …
- Read aloud [Searching the Rainforests] => STT
[Will cure be lost]   L63 rainforests are being destroyed
[The search is on]   L73 promising anti-cancer drugs  -showing signs of future success or achievement; hopeful, encouraging: a ~ career   L75 accompanied by=> A/p.30    L75 cooperatively-> cooperate; aid, assist, collaborate, help -> Thank you for your cooperation. => Corpus/p.32  
L80 chemically identical Dic exactly the same, or very similar: The test is identical to the one you took last year. I've got three identical blue suits. The two rooms were virtually identical.
- Vocabulary Activity B/p.30 Review the words learned in Reading 1 and 2. => STT 
Read & Write Unit 2  Reading 2    #3
- Review Blog  What are some examples of colors with special meanings in your culture?
5-8 sentences in response. Make sure to clarify your response (opinion) and explain with example(s).
    
- Read w/Q-Skill=> Read Par.1, 6 => STT

Interest Blog Henley Index: Japan’s passport most powerful

Senior 3-Oct.27th

Kikutan Day 51 #2
- Read aloud by Section to learn words/expressions  #2
[A modern miracle drug]   L48 taxol  L51 unnatural cell growth of cancer  L52 taxol was being used in intensive treatment for …
[Rainforests]   L54 testing them for possible medical use  L55 access to=> Corpus/p.31=> D.  L56 rapidly disappearing <-rapid  L57 logging companies <-log  L58 commercial developers  L59 the priorities of ~ conflict with …
- Read aloud [Searching the Rainforests] => STT
[Will cure be lost]   L63 rainforests are being destroyed
[The search is on]   L73 promising anti-cancer drugs  -showing signs of future success or achievement; hopeful, encouraging: a ~ career   L75 accompanied by=> A/p.30    L75 cooperatively-> cooperate; aid, assist, collaborate, help -> Thank you for your cooperation. => Corpus/p.32  
L80 chemically identical Dic exactly the same, or very similar: The test is identical to the one you took last year. I've got three identical blue suits. The two rooms were virtually identical.
- Vocabulary Activity B/p.30 Review the words learned in Reading 1 and 2. => STT

=> Speak what other areas will AI make changes?


Prep Task  BS-536 Making babies without eggs may be possible, say scientists

2018年10月25日木曜日

Advancing 2-Oct.25th

Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2  
Inside Reading-3 Unit 8  Reading-1  Child Prodigies
- Read/Overview the text=> Identify the chunks and their main points
      - Chunk-1 (par.1-4) Intro w/Examples: 1. Chess 2. music composer  3. piano  4. CP’s mystery, Pros-Cons
            - Chunk-2 (par.5-8) Experts: 4-5. What child prodigies are, what they do                   7. Nature  8. Nurture
            - Chunk-3 (par.9-12) Parents: 9-10. Supportive/unsupportive parents  10-13. too supportive parents
            - Chunk-4 (par.13) Conclusion: Challenges of child prodigies
=>Blog Write a summary of this book review four to six sentences or in 100 words.

Open Forum-2 Chapter 5 
- Blog Lis-3 with Transcript-> Vocabulary:  [Part-A] be derived from, naturally occurring product,
[Part-B] medical substances, contaminate-contamination, laundry detergent, combat, stain
Speak What research, such as oceans, animals, cultures, psychology, ecology or economy are you interested in learning more or studying the most?
- Vocabulary: Adjective Suffixes –ful, -less=> Blog ful/less Test

Read and Write Unit 6  Does advertising help or harm us?Preview the Unit
- Listen to the Q-classroom-> B: Has an advertisement ever helped you in some way? Do you check users’ comments as well or even more?   Which is a more determining source of information when you buy a big-ticket item?=> Speak your answer in 60 seconds with an example.
Reading #1  Happiness is in your shoes you wear
- Vocabulary: means to an end sth done only to produce a desired result; Marrying a rich man was just a~ for her.
trivial <- trivia (s/pl) [trɪviə] petty details or considerations; trifles
 tune out (Phrasal V) to become unresponsive to : ignore, neglect, disregard
- Listen=> Main Ideas=> Speak What does the title mean? What does the author want to say?
- Read -> Details=> Speak What does the title mean? What does the author of the news magazine want to say?


=> Explain what a powerful passport means with a few examples in 60 sec.

2018年10月24日水曜日

Senior 2-Oct.24th

Eiken Lis-Pre 2nd 2018-2  
Speak to Learn Unit 30  Unit 2  Key Communication
- KC  Blog Write the answers
1. He doesn't think it's easy to remember new words.
2. She thinks it's beneficial for her to learn a foreign language.
3. Luna thinks it's important for her to keep good grades.
4. Did you hear Ron say something?
5. No, I didn't. But I saw him talking with/to someone.
6. I think all these answers are correct.
Inside Reading Unit 2 Reading 2  Searching for New Medicines #3
- Review Blog the Main Ideas of the article in three sentences.
     1. Par.1/10: Rainforests are believed to be sources to create new medicines, but they are disappearing quickly.
2. Par.2-5: Effective medicines, such as aspirin and taxol, have long been produced from trees in different parts of the world.  3. Par.6-9: Pharmaceutical companies and scientists are trying to search sources of new drags in rainforests and the people live there before they disappear.
- Read aloud by Section to learn words/expressions
[Intro]   L6 cure diseases to make someone with an illness healthy again; heal, correct, mend, remedy: Doctors couldn't cure TB/cure people of TB.  - to solve a problem: cure inflation
[Finding a cure]   L14 occur – occurrence [əˈkɜəns]-> Corpus/p.31 => E.
L16 healer <- heal; cure, recover, mend, improve, rehabilitate  L18 bark  the hard, outer covering of a tree – (v) The dog barked aloud.  L18 cinchona [sɪŋˈkoʊnə]  L23 implement [ˈɪm·pləˌment] (n); tool (v); start, carry out, put into action, achieve -> implementation -> Corpus/p.32  L24 ingredient one of the parts in a mixture: Combine all the ~s for the stew.  L25 quinine [ˈkwɪn.iːn ] is an alkaloid derived from the bark of the cinchona tree.  L25 commercially produced <- commercial<- commerce
L28 decline-> Corpus/p.30 - to gradually become less, worse, or lower; lessen or weaken  - to refuse something => C. 
L27~28: By the 1960s, however, ~ had declined because the parasite was becoming resistant to it. <- resist
[A new medicine]   L32 wormwood  L33 contain Dic to have something inside or include something as a part; include, hold, have, involve: How much liquid does this bottle ~? I lost a file containing a lot of important information.  L34 artemisinin  is a drug derived from the Asian plant Artemisia annua. This aromatic plant has fern-like leaves and yellow flowers. It has been long used to treat fevers. It's also an effective treatment for malaria.
[Aspirin]   L39 willow   L40 remedy -> remedial   L42 ease pain  L38 aspirin tablet
Read & Write Unit 2  Reading 1  How Colors Make Us Think and Feel  #2
- Listen and Read Par.1~2 -> Study [Par.1] affect (v)-effect (n), unaware of<- aware of, emotion-emotional, [Par.2] universal  done by or involving all; worldwide, global, ubiquitous, common, broad: ~ problem, the problem is ~,  true or right at all times/all places: ~ fact
  represent act/speak for sb; ~ sth/sb, be example of; ~ sth, ~ the views, be equal to; ~ 20% of sth -> representation-representative,  - to express or designate by some term, character, symbol; show, describe, suggest
- Listen and Read Par.3~4 -> Study [Par.3] heal an illness  [Par.4] royalty for
- Listen and Read Par.5~6 -> Study [Par.5] vary from  specific (Par.5) precise; ~ instructions, to be ~, particular; ~ purpose, a ~ age group
=>Blog What do you think-2: What are some examples of colors with special meanings in your culture?
=> Write 5-8 sentences in response. Make sure to clarify your response (opinion) and explain with example(s).

Senior 3-Oct.24th

Kikutan Day 51 #1 
Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2  
Inside Reading-1 Unit 2   Reading 2  Searching for New Medicines #3
- Review Blog the Main Ideas of the article in three sentences.
- Read aloud by Section to learn words/expressions  #1
[Intro]   L6 cure diseases to make someone with an illness healthy again; heal, correct, mend, remedy: Doctors couldn't cure TB/cure people of TB.  - to solve a problem: cure inflation
[Finding a cure]   L14 occur – occurrence [əˈkɜəns]-> Corpus/p.31 => E.
L16 healer <- heal; cure, recover, mend, improve, rehabilitate  L18 bark  the hard, outer covering of a tree – (v) The dog barked aloud.  L18 cinchona [sɪŋˈkoʊnə]  L23 implement [ˈɪm·pləˌment] (n); tool (v); start, carry out, put into action, achieve -> implementation -> Corpus/p.32  L24 ingredient one of the parts in a mixture: Combine all the ~s for the stew.  L25 quinine [ˈkwɪn.iːn ] is an alkaloid derived from the bark of the cinchona tree.  L25 commercially produced <- commercial<- commerce
L28 decline-> Corpus/p.30 - to gradually become less, worse, or lower; lessen or weaken  - to refuse something => C. 
L27~28: By the 1960s, however, ~ had declined because the parasite was becoming resistant to it. <- resist
[A new medicine]   L32 wormwood  L33 contain Dic to have something inside or include something as a part; include, hold, have, involve: How much liquid does this bottle ~? I lost a file containing a lot of important information.  L34 artemisinin  is a drug derived from the Asian plant Artemisia annua. This aromatic plant has fern-like leaves and yellow flowers. It has been long used to treat fevers. It's also an effective treatment for malaria.
[Aspirin]   L39 willow   L40 remedy -> remedial   L42 ease pain  L38 aspirin tablet
Read & Write Unit Reading 2: Problems with Math, a personal essay
- Review Blog your answer to the question with example(s) in four to six sentences.
Writing
- Grammar: The Present Perfect
-> A. have/has studied/lived for permanent/long time, have been –ing for emphasis on the present –ing.
-> B. Pair Ask two questions using the present perfect.
=> Answer the questions in the present perfect and explain in the past and present tense.
- Writing Skill: Using numbers to support ideas.
-> A. Identify MI, study the population growth. -> B.
- 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.

2018年10月20日土曜日

Senior 3-Oct.20th

Kikutan Day 49 #2
- Read aloud Par.1 (Intro) => STT => Understand the MI of the journal article
- Read by paragraph
-> Reading Skill: Apply 2-7 
              -> Divide the article into three sections.
              =>Blog Write the Main Ideas of the article in three sentences.
              1. Par.1/10: Rainforests are believed to be sources to create new medicines, but they are disappearing quickly.
2. Par.2-5: Effective medicines, such as aspirin and taxol, have long been produced from trees in different parts of the world.
3. Par.6-9: Pharmaceutical companies and scientists are trying to search sources of new drags in rainforests and the people live there before they disappear.
> Speak w


Prep Task  BA-662 Inside Man’s Best Friend, Study Says, May Lurk a Green-Eyed Monster

2018年10月18日木曜日

Advancing 2-Oct.18th

Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2  

Inside Reading-3 Unit 8  Reading-1  Child Prodigies
prodigy [prɒdɪdʒi] a person, esp a child, of unusual or marvelous talents; genius
- Before reading-1, 2
- Blog Skim the text and Write the main idea of the text in one sentence.
- Read-> Identify the topic/subject of each paragraph-> Reading Comprehension

Open Forum-2 Chapter 5  Life Science Radio Program on Ocean Research
- Preparing to Listen: Vocabulary for Ocean and Medicine
Dic anatomy [əˈnæt ə mi]  the science concerned with the physical structure of animals and plants 
- the physical structure of an animal or plant
prescription drugs -> prescribe  to lay down as a rule or directive  - to recommend or order the use of a drug
- Before Listening: Read and check the pronunciation of the creatures
  Dic contaminate to make impure/unsuitable by contact or mixture with sth unclean, bad.: ~ lake with sewage.
           sterilization<- sterilize [ˈstɛrəlaɪz] destroy microorganisms by bringing to a high temp with steam/heat/boiling liquid.
           detergents  [dɪˈtɜr dʒənt] a cleansing agent such as laundering, shampoos, etc
- Lis-1 -> Main Ideas: match the creature to area of research, More Detail
- Lis-2-> Check MI, D, => Pair Explain what each marine creature brings in
1. Horseshoe crab  2. Skate fish  3. Toadfish  4. Snail  5. Coral  6. Whales
Read and Write Unit 5  Write a paragraph with reasons and examples
-Blog Review the paragraph to answer the question: A national referendum was proposed to ask if Japan should accept a hundred thousand refugees as immigrants a year
Would you agree or disagree with the proposition to
- Give examples to support your reasons. - Use because correctly when you write your reasons.
- Check if you use gerunds and infinitives correctly. =>HW Write by Oct.15th.

Interest Blog Technology is changing the way you see a doctor, but is that good for your health?
=> Speak your opinion either from a patient’s or a doctor's perspective in 60 sec.