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IES 1. April 10 th 2012. Today. Finish debate (Unit 3). Begin Unit 6 (Imagine). Chinese should become the world’s “Global language” instead of English. Team debate. Part 5: Prepare closing statement. You will have 10 minutes to discuss and prepare closing statements.

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April 10th 2012


Today

Today

  • Finish debate (Unit 3).

  • Begin Unit 6 (Imagine)


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  • Chinese should become the world’s “Global language” instead of English.


Team debate

Team debate

  • Part 5: Prepare closing statement.

  • You will have 10 minutes to discuss and prepare closing statements.

  • - Choose a new person to present the closing statements.


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Team debate

  • Part 5: closing statement.

  • Each team has up to 5 minutes to give closing statements.

  • - Negative team will go first.

  • - Affirmative team second.


Unit 6 imagine conditions

Unit 6: Imagine (conditions)

  • If school is cancelled tomorrow ,we won’t have class.

  • If the president changes his policies, he will get re-elected.

  • What will you do if you get lost on your trip?

  • If Steve buys a new computer, he might give me his old one.

  • If you want to lose weight, you should exercise more.

  • You won’t get an “A” if you don’t study all day tomorrow.


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Unit 6: Imagine (conditions)

  • If you win the lottery tonight, what will you do tomorrow?


Chain activity

Chain activity

  • One person start with a condition:

    A: “If I don’t go to work tomorrow, I’ll get fired.

    B: “If you get fired, you might lose your house.”

    C: “If you lose your house, you’ll probably become a beggar.”

    D: “If you become a beggar…”


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p. 37

  • Before  earlier

  • After  later

  • Until up to a particular time

  • Unless if..not

  • As soon as immediately

  • When certain

  • When __________


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p. 39

  • One person, make a statement from the list.

  • Other group members ask follow up questions:

  • What will are you going toWho/where/when/why/how will…?

  • Are you going to…?

  • Will you…?


Superstitions p 40

Superstitions (p.40)

  • Read the superstitions.

  • Discuss in your group:

  • - Which ones could you possibly believe in?

  • - Which ones are totally unbelievable?

  • - What superstitions do you have that aren’t in this article?


Superstitions p 401

Superstitions (p.40)

  • Read the superstitions.

  • Discuss in your group:

  • - Which ones could you possibly believe in?

  • - Which ones are totally unbelievable?


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  • With a partner:

  • Make up a KAC-related superstition and explain the history behind the superstition.


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  • With a partner:

  • Make up a KAC-related superstition and explain the history behind the superstition.

  • i.e., Students at KAC believe that if you visit Prof. Merritt’s office three times on a Tuesday, you will have bad luck for one semester.

  • - KAC students believe this because there is a story that several years ago, a group of students would often visit Prof. Merritt’s office on Tuesday to ask questions about classes. Usually, the students would ask one question, leave the office, come back because they forgot to ask something, leave, then finally come back again. Prof. Merritt was always busy on Tuesday’s, so it was difficult for him to meet the students. He explained this, but the students continued to come. Finally, Prof. Merritt warned them that it was bad luck to come to his office so often on a Tuesday. The students didn’t listen, so Prof. Merritt talked to the other KAC professors and gave them a list of the students in the group and asked the professors to give them bad grades for the semester. The professors accepted Prof. Merritt’s proposal, and the students in the group all got low grades for the semester. The rumor about this spread through KAC, and now students are afraid to see if it’s true or not.


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