Casual-Spk Elaborate the talk by asking questions
I enjoyed book/show/event/concert/movie. => Report what you/the other said in three sentences.
Review #7 Check the last STT-> Repeat=> Shadowing
#8 Listen=> Speak MI in 1 sen.=> Repeat => Read aloud=> Chant=> Reading ☆
Unit 7 Reading-2 High School Society: Who Belongs Where? #1
- Before you Read 2. Do you or did you use to belong to any social groups at your school? What is/was it like? What the school life would/would have been if you didn’t/hadn’t done?
- Preview: What is Case Study?
Case studies are in-depth investigations of a single person, group, event or community. Typically, data are gathered from a variety of sources and by using several different methods (e.g. observations & interviews). The research may also continue for an extended period of time, so processes and developments can be studied as they happen. It often involves simply observing what happens to, or reconstructing ‘the case history’ of a single participant or group of individuals (such as a school class or a specific social group), especially in formal research venues, such as journals and professional conferences, rather than popular works, ranging from psychology, anthropology, sociology, and political science to education, clinical science, social work, and administrative science.
- Check the title, headings, image/captions
Caption/p.123 feel alienated –alienate [ˈeɪlyəneɪt] to make indifferent/hostile; divide, cause hostility: He ~ed his entire family. <= alien - a foreigner - a person who has been excluded - a creature from outer space
A case study about students who are within and outside of social groups in a high school in AZ.
- Read the Introduction -> Skim the text: first sentence of each paragraph. -> Read aloud Intro
=> the main ideas of each section: Intro/Other Groups, Taking Everyone, Troubled Teens
Unit 7 Listening-1 Conversation about fidgeting
- Introducing the Topic: Health Quiz=> What do you or someone you know do to stay healthy?
- Preparing to Listen: about fidget/fidgeting (move restlessly; fret, jiggle, twiddle, twitch)
Do you fidget often? What do you think of a person who fidgets all the time?
What could the title “ could make the difference between being fat or thin” mean?
- 1st Lis -> [B] Main Ideas, [C] More Detail
- 2nd Lis => What is the main finding and what are the two other findings to support the main finding?=> Explain the findings from the research in 90 sec.
1. Lesson Time: 6:00-7:30pm or 5:00-6:30pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays
2. Cisco Webex Meetings PC: https://www.webex.com/ja/video-conferencing.html
3. Lessons: Tentative, to be finalized before Mar.4th
- Kikutan Reading Listen-> Speak MI-> Read aloud-> Chant-> Read aloud-> Shadowing =>
- Show & Tell (Updated Schedule) => Comment
- Topic Reading Read/Watch before the lesson=> Task=> Comment
- Inside Reading Task -> Check Answers
- Communication Task-Wednesday Task
- Open Forum-Saturday Task or
4. 面談 4:30 pm via Updated Schedule