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Oral Practice Spring Semester, 2012
Oral Practice Spring Semester, 2012
David Paul Communication Strategies Book 2 Units 8 – 15 CENGAGE
David Paul Communication Strategies Book 2 Units 8 – 15 CENGAGE
Course Methods
Course Methods
Spring Semester: Lesson plan (in weeks)
Spring Semester: Lesson plan (in weeks)
Spring Semester: Lesson plan (in weeks)
Spring Semester: Lesson plan (in weeks)
Requirements and Grading
Requirements and Grading
Warning
Warning
Unit 8: History
Unit 8: History
History Quotations
History Quotations
Unit 9: Women in Society
Unit 9: Women in Society
Quotes on Women
Quotes on Women
Unit 10: The Developing World
Unit 10: The Developing World
Unit 11: Violence
Unit 11: Violence
Quotes on Violence
Quotes on Violence
April 11 and 18- Midterm days
April 11 and 18- Midterm days
Unit 12: Politics
Unit 12: Politics
Quotes on Politics
Quotes on Politics
Unit 13: Economics
Unit 13: Economics
Unit 14: Happiness
Unit 14: Happiness
Quotes on Happiness
Quotes on Happiness
Motivation
Motivation
Ten Spiritual Tonics
Ten Spiritual Tonics
Unit 15: Globalization
Unit 15: Globalization
June 13 and 20- Finals
June 13 and 20- Finals
Tongue twisters
Tongue twisters
Weather vs whether
Weather vs whether
Tongue Twisters 2
Tongue Twisters 2
What Is Pink
What Is Pink
Which of the following spelling is correct
Which of the following spelling is correct
Mistakes correction
Mistakes correction
Which is the correct spelling
Which is the correct spelling
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
Jumbled Word
Jumbled Word
Jumbled Word: GRASSHOPPER (50)
Jumbled Word: GRASSHOPPER (50)
Puzzles
Puzzles
Puzzles
Puzzles
Puzzles
Puzzles
Puzzles
Puzzles
Roads we choose
Roads we choose

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1 Oral Practice Spring Semester, 2012

Oral Practice Spring Semester, 2012

Sophomore Students Professor Ludmilla Cawdrey

2 David Paul Communication Strategies Book 2 Units 8 – 15 CENGAGE

David Paul Communication Strategies Book 2 Units 8 – 15 CENGAGE

Learning ISBN 978-981-4232-62-83

The Textbook We Use:

3 Course Methods

Course Methods

Audio practice Partner and small group speaking practice Free communication

4 Spring Semester: Lesson plan (in weeks)

Spring Semester: Lesson plan (in weeks)

Unit 8: History Unit 8 (cont): Wars Unit 9: Women in Society Unit 9 (cont): The Roles of Men and Women Unit 10: The Developing World Unit 10 (cont): Poverty and Charity Unit 11: Violence Unit 11 (cont): Fighting Midterm Oral Test (subject to adjustment):

5 Spring Semester: Lesson plan (in weeks)

Spring Semester: Lesson plan (in weeks)

10. Unit 12: Politics 11. Unit 12 (cont): Extremism 12. Unit 13: Economics 13. Unit 13 (cont): Starting Business 14. Unit 14: Happiness 15. Unit 14 (cont): Mood 16. Unit 15: Globalization 17. Unit 15 (cont): International World 18. Final Oral Test (subject to adjustment)

6 Requirements and Grading

Requirements and Grading

For Midterm and Final Tests the following is adjusted: Attendance (presence in class) – 25% Participation (classroom activity, homework) – 25% Midterm test – 20% Final test – 30%

7 Warning

Warning

Merely memorizing the words in a word list cannot help you make a great progress in English. Knowing more words is only a necessary but not a sufficient condition for better English. Your proficiency level is not determined by how many words you know but by how accurately and fluently you use them. There is no replacement for the actual application of the language, i.e. reading, writing, listening and speaking.

8 Unit 8: History

Unit 8: History

Discussion Practice Which historical figure do you admire most? Why? What lessons can we learn from history? How can we create a more humane and peaceful world?

9 History Quotations

History Quotations

We are not makers of history. We are made by history. (M. L. King, Jn) A country without a memory is a country of madmen. (G. Santayana) History teaches everything including the future. (Lamartine) If you would understand anything, observe its beginning and its development. (Aristotle) History is a myth that men agree to believe. (Napoleon)

10 Unit 9: Women in Society

Unit 9: Women in Society

Discussion Section Do women have to do most of the housework? How to create more opportunities to women who want to have a career? Are the roles of men and women conditioned by society? What do you know about feminists?

11 Quotes on Women

Quotes on Women

A woman who thinks she is intelligent demands the same rights as man. An intelligent woman gives up. (S.G. Colette) Woman once made equal to man becomes his superior. Women always worry about the things that men forget; men always worry about the things women remember.

12 Unit 10: The Developing World

Unit 10: The Developing World

Discussion Section What is meant by the developing world? How can aid to developing countries be made more effective? What is your attitude to people from developing countries?

13 Unit 11: Violence

Unit 11: Violence

Discussion Section Do you think violent sports should be banned? Do you think that modern world is violent? Is the media responsible for the increase of violence in society? How to prevent children from regarding violence as normal? How to reduce violence in society? How to reduce war and terrorism?

14 Quotes on Violence

Quotes on Violence

Peace cannot be achieved through violence; it can only be attained through understanding. (Ralph Waldo Emerson ) War - An act of violence whose object is to constrain the enemy, to accomplish our will. (George Washington ) Nothing good ever comes of violence. (Martin Luther ) The main goal of the future is to stop violence. The world is addicted to it. (Bill Cosby ) Social justice cannot be attained by violence. Violence kills what it intends to create. (Pope John Paul II) Violence and arms can never resolve the problems of men. (Pope John Paul II ) Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent. (Isaac Asimov )

15 April 11 and 18- Midterm days

April 11 and 18- Midterm days

Review the topics and the vocabulary from Units 8 - 11. Speak with the teachers answering the main questions form the Discussion Practice sections Consider the following: a) Use the extensive vocabulary b) Clearly explain your position = give extended answers = use 5 to 6 sentences to answer the teacher’s questions Comment on the Quotes (handouts) Describe a picture (weather conditions + settings)

16 Unit 12: Politics

Unit 12: Politics

Discussion Section Describe your ideal political system What is meant by democratic society? Is your country free and democratic? Is it easy for minorities to become political leaders in your country? What aspects of your country need radical change?

17 Quotes on Politics

Quotes on Politics

Politics is for the present, but an equation is for eternity. (Albert Einstein ) In war, you can only be killed once, but in politics, many times. (Winston Churchill ) Politics have no relation to morals. (Niccolo Machiavelli )

18 Unit 13: Economics

Unit 13: Economics

Discussion Section Do you think that income tax is fair in your country? Should consumption tax be reduced or increased? How should the government encourage consumption to increase? Is an unemployment rate high or low in your country? How does an inflation rate influence society?

19 Unit 14: Happiness

Unit 14: Happiness

Discussion Section What is the difference between happiness and having a good time? Is happiness a social phenomenon? What makes people to feel happy? Do you have a purpose in life? Do all people have to be creative?

20 Quotes on Happiness

Quotes on Happiness

"There is only one success - to spend your life in your own way." (Christopher Morley) "In seeking happiness for others, you find it for yourself." (Anonymous) "The secret of happiness is not in doing what one likes, but in liking what one does." (James M. Barrie)

21 Motivation

Motivation

If you want happiness for an hour, take a nap. If you want happiness for a day, go fishing. If you want happiness for a year, inherit a fortune. If you want happiness for a lifetime, help someone else. Chinese Proverb "Happiness is not pleasure, it's victory.“

22 Ten Spiritual Tonics

Ten Spiritual Tonics

1. Stop worrying. Worry kills life. 2. Begin each day with a prayer. It will arm your soul. 3. Control appetite. Over-indulgence clogs body and mind. 4. Accept your limitations . . . 5. Don’t envy. It wastes time and energy. 6. Have faith in people. Cynicism sours the disposition. 7. Find a hobby. It will relax your nerves. 8. Read a book a week to stimulate imagination and broaden your views. 9. Spend some time alone for the peace of solitude and silence. 10. Try to want what you have, instead of spending your strength trying to get what you want. Abraham L. Feinberg

23 Unit 15: Globalization

Unit 15: Globalization

Discussion Section What do you mean by open-mindedness? What is an international person? Do we have to preserve national identity? (cultures) Would you prefer to get education in your country or go abroad, study and work there?

24 June 13 and 20- Finals

June 13 and 20- Finals

Review the topics and the vocabulary from Units 11 - 15. Speak with the teachers answering the main questions form the Discussion Practice sections Consider the following: a) Use the extensive vocabulary b) Clearly explain your position = give extended answers = use 5 to 6 sentences to answer the teacher’s questions Comment on the Quotes (handouts) Describe a picture (weather conditions + settings + people discriptions)

25 Tongue twisters

Tongue twisters

Penny's pretty pink piggy bank Freshly-fried fat flying fish Any noise annoys an oyster but a noisy noise annoys an oyster more. The thirty-three thieves thought that they thrilled the throne throughout Thursday. Rubber baby-buggy bumpers. The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain.

26 Weather vs whether

Weather vs whether

Whether the weather be fine or Whether the weather be not Whether the weather be cold or Whether the weather be hot We’ll weather the weather Whatever the weather Whether we like it or not

27 Tongue Twisters 2

Tongue Twisters 2

Singing Seals Seven seals Sit by the sea Singing silly Songs to me Wes waded in the water, Wendy waded, too They walked in the wet sand, And Waved to Mom and Sue

28 What Is Pink

What Is Pink

by Christina Rossetti

What is pink? a rose is pink What is yellow? pears are yellow, By the fountain’s brink. Rich and ripe and mellow. What is red? a poppy’s red What is green? the grass is green, In its barley bed. With small flowers between. What is blue? the sky is blue What is violet? clouds are violet Where the clouds float thro’. In the summer twilight. What is white? a swan is white What is orange? why, an orange, Sailing in the light. Just an orange!

29 Which of the following spelling is correct

Which of the following spelling is correct

a) dilemma b) dillemma c) dillema d) dilema a) excersize b) exercise c) excercize d) exersize a) consensus b) concensus c) consencus d) consenssus a) inadvertant b) inadvartant c) inadvartent d) inadvertent a) prerogative b) perogative c) perogitive d) preragitive a) rime b) ryme c) rhime d) rhyme a) envirement b) enviornment c) environment d) enviarmint a) facinating b) fascinating c) fasenating d) fassinating a) beelieve b) bilieve c) bileive d) believe a) perserverance b) persaverence c) perserverence d) perseverance

30 Mistakes correction

Mistakes correction

1a) dilemma 2b) exercise 3a) consensus 4d) inadvertent 5a) prerogative 6d) rhyme 7c) environment 8b) fascinating 9d) believe 10d) perseverance

31 Which is the correct spelling

Which is the correct spelling

Innossent – innocent – inoccent Suspicion – suspicioun – suspectious Trail – triel – trial Arressted – aressted – arrested Dout – daubt – doubt Colleagues – colleaques – collegues Conseguence – consequences – consiquences Allibi – alibi – alliby Quilty – guilty – guillty Concideration –consideracion - consideration

32 Correct spelling

Correct spelling

Innocent Suspicion Trial Arrested Doubt Colleagues Consequences Alibi Guilty Consideration

33 Jumbled Word

Jumbled Word

GRASSHOPPER

34 Jumbled Word: GRASSHOPPER (50)

Jumbled Word: GRASSHOPPER (50)

AGE, AGO, ASH, APPOSE, ARGO, EAR, ERASE, ERASER, EGO, ERGO, GAS, GRASS, GO, GOSH, GOP, GRAPE, GORE, GOA, GOAS, GASH, GROS, GOPHER, GAP, GRAP, GREASE, HE, HARSH, HORSE, HOP, HOPPER, HERO, HOG, HOPE, PORSH, PREP, PREPARE, PERHAPS, RAP, RASH, REP, RAPPER, RAPE, ROPE, ROSH, SHE, SEA, SHOP, SHOPPER, SASH, SHORE, SORE, PROPER, SAP, SOAP, SHARE, SHEA,

35 Puzzles

Puzzles

36 Puzzles

Puzzles

Quite right too little, too late See for yourself Deep in thought Shop till you drop Once in my life Broken promise

37 Puzzles

Puzzles

38 Puzzles

Puzzles

Once in my life Heart to heart Forgive and forget Your time is up Middle aged See eye to eye Green envy

39 Roads we choose

Roads we choose

The longest journey is the journey inward. (Dag Hammarskjold) If you want to succeed you should strike out on new paths rather than travel the worn paths of accepted success. (J. D. Rockefeller) I have wandered all my life, and I have traveled; the difference between the two is this - we wander for distraction, but we travel for fulfillment. (H. Belloc) Who would venture upon the journey of life, if compelled to begin it at the end? (F. de Maintenon)

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