Unit 8 Reading-1 Child Prodigies
prodigy [prɒdɪdʒi] a person, esp a child, of unusual or marvelous talents; genius
- Before reading-1, 2
- Skim the text and the main idea of the text in one sentence.
- Read-> Identify the topic/subject of each paragraph-> Reading Comprehension
Chapter 5 Life Science Radio Program on Ocean Research
- Preparing to Listen: Vocabulary for Ocean and Medicine
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
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, => Explain what each marine creature brings in
1. Horseshoe crab 2. Skate fish 3. Toadfish 4. Snail 5. Coral 6. Whales
Unit 5 Write a paragraph with reasons and examples
- 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. => by Oct.15th.
, but is that good for your health?
=> your opinion either from a patient’s or a doctor's perspective in 60 sec.