Advancing 1-Feb.23rd

Eiken Lis-Pre 2nd 2018-3 
Speak to Learn Chapter 35  Unit 1  
- G-Drive G&C-1/p.146 => Pair I have sth/konow sb whose … => Repeat
-> Ex-1.2/p.147  Read
Inside Reading-1 Unit 6  Reading 2  Forensic Science #3
- Review the four segments and Identify the topic of each segment.
              [Intro-Par.2] Forensic Science                                                                  [Par.3-5] What MEs and CSIS do
[Par.6-11] What the Forensic Lab does                    [Last] The panel’s role
=> Blog Write the main ideas of the article in four sentences.
Try NOT to use the phrases from the text. Try to paraphrase (to state something written or spoken in different words) and use the word family of the words/expressions.
Forensic science, known in Sherlock Holmes stories, is to analyze physical evidence scientifically to solve crimes.
Medical examiner, or ME, examines the body of a victim and crime scene investigators took photos and collect traces, such as fingerprints or objects, to find clues of the crime and suspect(s).
The forensic laboratory then examines the evidence to find information such as when, where, how and by who the crime was taken place.
Once the police panel confirms that the evidence is sufficient enough to prove the crime, they take the case to court for trial.  (92 words)

Read & Write Unit 5  Reading 2  The Challenge of Running a Family Business #2
- Read w/Q-Skill
- Study words and expressions: (Par.2) Mom and Pop store  Dic enthusiasm a feeling of energetic interest in a particular subject or activity -enthusiastic; anxious, eager, excited, keen  (Par.3) financial success  (Par.4) lasted several generations, family relationship suffered     (Par.5) real-reality-realistic
Dic manage(Par.4) -management (Par.5)  - to control or organize someone or something, esp. a business; operate, control, be in charge, take care of: ~ a project/department/team/company
- to succeed in doing something, esp. something difficult; achieve, carry out, deal with, accomplish, get by: The pilot managed to land the plane safely.
=> STT Last Paragraph
- Vocabulary Skills: Irregular forms
Using the Dictionary/p.94: Blog


Senior 3-Jan.19th

Kikutan Review  Day 11-15   - Listen & Read aloud

Inside Reading-1 Unit 5  I Love Me  #1
- Before Reading-1  => Pair Why is your definition of personality?
              Blog Adjectives for Personality
           Dic narcissus [nɑːrˈsɪs.əs]
-> narcissistic [ˌnɑːr.səˈsɪs.tɪk]   narcissism [ˈnɑːr.sə.sɪ.zəm]  narcissist [ˈnɑːr.sə.sɪst]
- Skim: The title, Illustration, photos, captions, and subheadings=> What does the title indicate?
-> Read Intro Par. 1st sentence of each Par, Last Par.
=> Blog What does the excerpt say? Speak the main idea of the excerpt in one sentence. => Write
Although self-admiration, or narcissism, is a common characteristics among most people and has positive effects, excessive narcissism could inhibit balancing one’s life.
- Reading Comprehension: Underline/Mark the key words to look for.
-> Read  T/F, Mark the line #, Correct false statements.=> Pair Check the Answers
2. exploit  (v) take advantage of, misuse, abuse, profit from: Laws exist to stop companies ~ing their employees.
7.uninhibited; free and easy, unrestrained; unrestricted <-> inhibited; shy

BA-804 Why humans cry?

Interest  Blog Aesop’s Fable-TBD => Speak the moral of the fable in one sentence


Advancing 2-Jan.17th

Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2   

Special Task Blog Kerala temple battle
Task-1: Imagine you made a friend with a male exchange student from Kerala, India who thinks women should be banned from entering the sacred shrine. What would you say to him?
=> Speak your argument on the incident in 90 seconds.
Task-2: What does the local government should do?
=> Write your response to the question in six to eight sentences (100w).

Open Forum-2 => Center Listening-2017

Read and Write Unit 7
- Blog Review the narrative essay: a time when you accomplished something significant to you by 1/14
=> Blog Dis What is the moral of the story? => Write a moral of the story in one sentence.

moral  to tell a message about how people should or should not behave, contained in a story, event, or experience:The moral of the story is that if you want to succeed tomorrow, you have to start working today.


Senior 3-Jan.16th

Kikutan Review  Day 6-10   - Listen & Read aloud

Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2  

Inside Reading-1 Unit 5  Reading-1   What is success? #4
- Review: Read the text aloud
[Par.5-7]   L43 focused on  L48 coincide ~ with …  L50 feel socially secure/unsecure 
L51  This status anxiety fuels the ambition needed to reach for success.
L54 dynamic  having a lot of ideas and enthusiasm; energetic, active, influential, aggressive, forceful: a ~ person
L55  These are people who don’t wait for things to happen; these are people who make things happen.
L58 dominate-> Corpus/p.72  -> dominant; superior, controlling, leading, influential -> G. => STT
L60 exploit  (v) take advantage of, misuse, abuse, profit from: Laws exist to stop companies ~ing their employees.
L61 broaden knowledge/scope/access  L64 colleague [ˈkɑl·iɡ]-> Corpus/p.70 -> B.
L67 generate to cause to exist; produce, create, cause : ~ interest/excitement, ~ sales/revenue/jobs/power
-> Read aloud=> Read Par. 6  STT
-> Vocabulary Activity A.
diagnose [ˈdɑɪ·ɪɡˌnoʊz]- to recognize a disease or other problem by making an examination: He was ~d with cancer. It was not easy to diagnose what was wrong with the business. -> diagnosis [dɑɪ·ɪɡˈnoʊ·sɪs] pl: diagnoses
Lance Armstrong was found that he had used performance-enhancing drugs over the course of his career and was stripped of all of his achievements from August 1998 onward, including his seven Tour de France titles. He also received a lifetime ban from all sports that follow the World Anti-Doping Code—ending his competitive career.
=> STT
=> How would you define success? What is success to you? => Speak your answer in 60 sec.

Center Listening-2016  WS  Blog Script  Answer Keys

MGL #3 Vietnam  Blog
Vietnam War Summary  <=Just have S Read the Intro and Show the Video
Vietnam War summary: Summary of the Vietnam War: The Vietnam War is the commonly used name for the Second Indochina War, 1954–1975. Usually it refers to the period when the United States and other members of the SEATO (Southeast Asia Treaty Organization) joined the forces with the Republic of South Vietnam to contest communist forces, comprised of South Vietnamese guerrillas and regular-force units, generally known as Viet Cong (VC), and the North Vietnamese Army (NVA). The U.S., possessing the largest foreign military presence, essentially directed the war from 1965 to 1968. For this reason, in Vietnam today it is known as the American War. It was a direct result of the First Indochina War (1946–1954) between France, which claimed Vietnam as a colony, and the communist forces then known as Viet Minh. In 1973 a “third” Vietnam war began—a continuation, actually—between North and South Vietnam but without significant U.S. involvement. It ended with communist victory in April 1975.


Senior 3-Jan.12th

Kikutan Review  Day 1-10
- Listen & Read aloud

Inside Reading-1 Unit 5  Reading-1  What is success? #3
- Read aloud by Section to learn words/expressions #1
[Intro]   L1 wealth->wealthy  L1 fame: hall of fame-> famous  L5 media-> Corpus/p.70 -> D.
L6 executive  L7 glamorous  exciting and attractive; fascinating, prestigious: ~ fashion models, a ~ job-> glamor
L8 lead us to believe
-> Read aloud=> Read STT
[Par.2-4]  L15 attain  to achieve something difficult to do or obtain; achieve, obtain, realize, accomplish -> attainable
L18 lack (v)  L18-19 make a/ones dream come true  L20 scheme; course of action, program, project
L23 demonstrate; show, display, exhibit: ~ how to use sth -> demonstration  L23 crawl [krɔl] ~ across the floor 
L31 aware -> Corpus/L72 : be well ~ of/that … -> unaware, awareness: public ~  L32 minimize 
L34 take on a challenge  to decide/agree to do sth: ~ a challenge/task, ~ more patients.
L34 praise sb for sth  to express strong admiration for or approval of sb or sth done: ~ him for his honesty.
L35 comfort (v) (n)-> comfortable 
L37 coincidence -> Corpus/p.71 -> F. Speak
L37 tend to   L38 heredity or upbringing  [həˈreɪ·t̬i] the natural process by which parents pass on to their children through their genes the characteristics that make them related  [ˈʌpˌbrɪŋ·ɪŋ] the way in which someone is treated and trained as a child
L38 role-> Corpus/p.70  play a key ~, ~ play,  L40 determining ambition
-> Read aloud => Read Par. 4 STT



Advancing 2-Jan.10th

Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2 

Do you think gene editing should be allowed on any condition?
=> Speak your answer in 90 seconds. => Write your answer in six to eight sentences (100w).

Open Forum-2 => Center Listening-2016

Read and Write Unit 7  Reading #2  The Climb of My Life
- Blog Review Writing: Why do you think some people who do extreme sports (Reading-1) or physical challenges (Reading-2) need to take risks? Write a response essay by Dec.31st.
Check collocations. Risk=> face, take, increase/minimize ~ Try not to translate from Japanese. “challenge”  not so much about the risk => Revise
- Writing Skill: Writing a narrative essay/p.148 -> The Second Climb-> Task B/p.149
- Grammar: Shifts between past and present/p.149-150 -> Task B-> Task C
- Blog A narrative essay: reporting on a specific time and series of events. Use facts and details to create a coherent story or narrative.  coherent: logical and well organized, easy to understand and clear
- Outline to describe a time when you accomplished something significant to you.
=> Write a narrative essay by Jan. 14th

- Interest Cambodia Photos Map  Images  Demographic  Cambodian dishes  Photos 


Senior 3-Jan.9th

Kikutan Day 60 #2
- Listen & Read aloud                      - Read aloud by sentence -> Check words/expressions
- Chants -> Read aloud                     - Read & Look up/Shadowing

Eiken Lis-2Q 2018-2  Lis-> Speak the Task -> Repeat by sentence=> Shadowing
- #11  Report the dialogue in the past tense in 2 sen. 1.The man found 2. So, he offered to help her
           due tomorrow,  about halfway done,  give you a hand
- #26  Report the narration in 2 sen. 1. Michell started taking a swimming class to … 2.She was nervous …, but she is enjoying … nervous about -ing,

Inside Reading-1 Unit 5  Reading-1   What is success? #2
- Reading Skill: Identifying Definitions
=> Scan the text and underline the words and their definitions           
              => Dic Check the definition. Read the examples. Study Word Family
              1. ambition: a strong desire for success, achievement, power, or wealth-> ambitious
                   2. persistence-> persistent  continuing to do something in a determined way even w/difficulties or opposition:
               Be ~, don't give up.  -> persist; carry on, continue: The government is ~ing with its ambitious plan
3. inhibit to prevent sb from doing sth by making them feel nervous/embarrassed; prevent, slow down a process: People were ~ed from speaking by the presence of the police. -> inhibition, inhibiting
                   4. dynamic personalities having a lot of ideas and enthusiasm; energetic, active, influential, aggressive, forceful
                   5. exploit ; take advantage of, misuse, abuse, profit from: Laws exist to stop companies ~ing their employees.
- Reading Comprehension-B
           -> Read the text, mark the words. Note the line numbers where the answers are written => Pair
-> Write the par. # in the Chart/p.67=> Understand the structure of the text.