Casual-Spk Elaborate the talk by asking questions
I like/love food/drink.=> Report what your partner said in three sentences.
Review #8 Check the last STT-> Repeat=> Shadowing
#9 Listen=> Speak MI in 1 sen.=> Repeat => Read aloud=> Chant=> Reading ☆
Unit 7 Reading-2 High School Society: Who Belongs Where? #1
- Study the Text and Words/Expressions #1 [Intro] [Other Groups]
[L2] sprawling - sprawl - to spread out, extend, or be distributed in a straggling or irregular manner, as vines, buildings, handwriting, etc. - to sit/lie in a relaxed position with the limbs spread out carelessly or ungracefully: He ~ed across the bed. [L6] institute (v) to set up, introduce or start a process; establish, organize, initiate, start: ~ a change, ~ a new government, a new course [L11] lesser jacks [dʒæk] not as great in size/amount or importance as: to a greater or ~ degree, people off ~ importance [L17] you’ve got it made <= you made it [L20] never dare sit to be brave enough to do sth: ~ (to) say/go/eat …
[L25] converse [kɒnvɜːs] (adj) reversed; opposite; contrary: the ~ effect, (n) [the ~] something that is opposite or contrary: ~ and the ~ is equally true. [kənˈvɜːs] (v) to have a conversation (with)
[L-28~29] , those who say they are just regular, (ordinary) [L31] the sunny groups => L-8 their friends have the center table outdoors L40 deviate from; different from sth normal or expected; differ, vary, stay away from: ~ from the routine/usual route, the plan - deviation ~ from the norms/plan, sexual ~ -> standard deviation
[L37-L42] Dozens of drama students ~ who find the theater group more tolerant than most=> than most: ~ others: cleaner ~, used more ~, better ~ anticipated, eat more/less ~(people)
- Read aloud [Other Groups]=>
- Study the Text and Words/Expressions #2 [Taking Everyone]
[L42] secondary schools worldwide are shaped by ... form, outline, pattern [L46] clique [kliːk] a small, exclusive group of friends or associates who don’t allow others to join them. [L47] passively wander to move/walk/travel without any definite purpose/destination: ~ed aimlessly around …, A child was found ~ing the street alone. [L49] they are reminders that … sth that makes you think about/remember; indication, suggestion, warning: ~ of the ancient realm, The incident served as a ~ of how dangerous … [L50] – admit agree, confess, concede, acknowledge: ~ a mistake, ~ted to have stolen sth - receive, accept [P3-L54] affluent rich, wealthy, plentiful: ~ family/neighborhood -affluence [L54] take justifiable pride in reasonable, acceptable, proper
[L59] diverse having variety; assorted, different, distinct, various; ~ cultures - diversity - diversify -> D.
[L65] rough inner-city high school [P4-L66] They speculate about the reasons for this [L73] misfits a person who is not suited or is unable to adjust to the circumstances of a particular situation: freak, outsider, dropout
[L81-L90] we’re pretty much it. This maximizes the influence ~. Adolescence has always been a time of identity formation, ~ the social terrain. adolescence [ædlɛsəns] the transitional period between puberty (the period or age at which a person is first capable of sexual reproduction of offspring) and adulthood in human development; youth terrain [təreɪn] landscape, area, region
Read aloud Par.2 =>
Unit 7 Listening-1 Conversation about fidgeting #2
- 3rd Lis with Transcript-> Vocabulary: make a difference, more/most likely-less likely, with a tendency to/tend to, keep ~ from -ing, daily routines=> with a tendency to
- A: I think most humans are born with a tendency to …. -> B: You think … What makes you think so?
=> A: I think … because people tend to … For example, when someone …
- Focus on the Lis. Skill: Identifying Speculative Language: decide whether the info is fact or speculative.
1. Yes, seriously, it’s true.
2. They found that all kinds of minor everyday activities like standing up to stretch or getting off the sofa to change the TV channel and even fidgeting make a difference between being thin or being overweight.
3. The extra activity of thinner people make a difference of something like 10-30 pounds in weight per year.
4. No, you don’t have to worry about your weight.
5. … that people born with a tendency to either be fidgety or not fidgety
6. The people in the study wore special clothes that had sensors in them.
=> the research findings and speak your thoughts on the results in 90 sec. =>
Use speculative language for your thoughts; possibly, apparently, might be, could be, likely/unlikely
- Vocabulary Multi-word Verbs (1)/p.56