Review Day 6-10 - Listen & Read aloud
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. =>
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
-> 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.
=> How would you define success? What is success to you? => your answer in 60 sec.
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.