Unit 7 Reading 2 Out-of-Body Experience? – Your Brain is to Blame
- Reading Skill: Annotating and Highlighting a Text
-> Read-2-> Annotate/Highlight key issues to identify the main topics of each paragraph.
=> Identify the chunks and their main ideas. =>
- Par.1-7 (L1-38) Introduces the research on feeling of out-of-body and a shadowy figure experiences. (par.6)
- Par.8-10 (L39-61) Explains the mechanism of sense of body that can be altered when some areas of the brain are stimulated. (par.10)
- Par.10-18 (L62-97) Example-Double/mimicking/shadowy self-simulation
- Par.19-22 (L98-109) Example-Out of body experience
- Par.23-25 (L110-123) Conclusion: bodily delusions can be experienced when the brain is confused.
=> a summary of the text in four to six sentences by Oct 1st. Use your own words except for proper nouns and technical terms or phrases.
Chapter 4 #1 An Interview about Australian Aboriginal Art
- Listening-3 with Transcript
->Voc: descend-descendant, ascend-ascendant, myth-mythical, wander, recur-recurrence-recurrent
- Vocabulary-1: Words and Expressions Related to Art
Spring Morning in the Han Palace=> the painting in 60 seconds:
- Extra Learning-1: Western Art History and East Asian Painting
Unit 5 Reading-2 The Biology of Altruism
- Vocabulary/Pronunciation: altruism [ˈæltruɪzəm] the principle/practice of unselfish concern for the welfare of others ; unselfish concern, kindness
-> altruistic [æltruˈɪstɪk] unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others; unselfish, humanitarian, philanthropic ó egoistic, selfish philanthropy [fɪlænθrəpi] philanthropist [fɪlænθrəpɪst]
hypothesis [haɪˈpɒθəsɪs] a suggested explanation for a group of facts or phenomena, an assumption used in an argument without its being endorsed; assumption, premise, proposition: to formulate/confirm a ~, a ~ about … -> hypothesize
- Preview Reading: Why do you think people want to help strangers?
- Read-> Main Ideas, Details => the main ideas of the article in 4~5 sentences/80 words