Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

Copy of I09

No description
by

Daniel Burga

on 30 June 2014

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Copy of I09

The end of the Bailey's story...

They almost certainly
would not have survived
much longer had not the crew of a Korean fishing boat, the Weolmi, off course on its way home from a fishing expedition on June 30, 1973, become curious about a small blob on the horizon. It altered course to take a closer look.

By the time the Weolmi had drawn alongside, the Baileys were semi-conscious and could not move unaided. "We hauled them aboard," the boat's skipper, Suh Chung-il, recalled. "They didn't say anything. They just slumped on the deck sobbing with happiness." Their stomachs had shrunk so much that for two days they were unable to take in anything other than liquids. Slowly the Korean crew nursed them back to health, feeding them up and taking it in turns to massage the couple's limbs until movement gradually returned.

No sooner had they been put ashore on Honolulu, however, than the Baileys vowed to build another yacht and put to sea again.

Over the next four years, they spent every penny they earned on kitting out the boat. Maurice read everything he could about survival techniques. On their fateful voyage, he took with him a proof copy of the last book which he had helped to set in type - Safety and Survival at Sea.

On their return to England they wrote 117 Days Adrift, a bestselling account of their ordeal, which was published in 1974. In 1975, they set sail once more in a new yacht, the Auralyn II, to study whales in the seas off Patagonia. They undertook several more voyages, living off the royalties from their book and writing articles about their adventures for magazines.

Maurice Bailey, who survives his wife, always attributed their survival to her tenacity: "She kept morale high when I flagged," he recalled. "When I was prepared to give up hope, she was there beside me." The experience, they both agreed, had given them a closer understanding of each other.

After finally coming ashore in 1980, the Baileys settled at Lymington, Hampshire, where Maurice Bailey bought a boat chandlery. For several years in the 1980s Maralyn Bailey, a keen horticulturalist, ran a garden centre in the town. Their spirit of adventure remained undimmed, and they took up mountain climbing and scrambling, travelling all over Europe.

The Daily Telegraph, London
I09
Things to
Remember
1st
Day
Final
Exams
ALP
ALP
Reading
Quiz
3
A
B
2
1
C
Tells his/her story
in minutes
Retells the story in minute
retells
the story in
minutes
Listen
carefully
ALP
ALP
Work in pairs to present 2
dazzling destinations from around the world. In your presentation you must use course-specific vocabulary and grammar from units 1 and 2 and include several visuals of
the chosen destination.
(cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr
ALP Descriptors
0
Presentation off task
No presentation or submmission of work
Demonstrated neither thought nor effort
1
Presentation lacked planning and creativity
Presentation was poorly structured
Inadequate or no use of visual aids
Poor delivery and difficult to follow
2
Competent presentation
Adequate delivery
Mostly clear and logical
Good use of visual aids
Some grammar and vocabulary problems,
but message mostly understandable.
3
Effective and creative presentation
Meticuluous delivery
Very good use of visual aids
Carefully prepared presntation
Logically structured presentation
Vocabulary
Big Screen,
Small Screen
Feature Films
Tv Time
listening
SPEAKING
communication
blockbuster
tearjerker
strike a compromise
wholesome
B-movies
give away
mainstream
shot on location
drawback
nerve wracking
guilty pleasure
distracting
What's the name of an indie film that you have seen? Did you like it? Why?
Emphasizing & Showing Results
So...that
Such a/an...that
"ed"/"ing"
Adjectives
"ing"adjectives describe characteristics
"ed" adjectives describe states of mind or emotional states
Another way of looking at it is to say that
"ing" adjectives make you feel "ed" adjectives
"ing" and "ed" adjectives come from verbs and they are called present participles and past participles respectively
Some Characteristics
Managing a Discussion
Peruvian food is so good that it has become famous.
"so" emphasizes and "that" introduces a result.
Carlos Alcantara is so popular that his movies are a success.
Pataclaun shows were so funny that people still laugh at them.
This grammar lesson is so easy that everyone understands it
"so" + adjective & "that" + subject
Traffic moves so slowly at 7 pm that it's hard to be punctual.
Some people speak so quickly that it's hard to follow them.
Barcelona plays so well that it makes you believe soccer is easy.
In these examples, what words come after "so"?
"so" + adverb & "that" + subject
Now, look at these examples
There are so few chances in life that you'd better not to let them go.
There were so many people at the concert that we couldn't get in.
There's so little water left in the world that big countries are worried.
What about these?
What words follow "so" in these examples?
"so" + determiner + noun + "that"
Now let's look at some examples of "such"
He's such a popular actor that his movies are a success.
Barcelona is such a good team that it makes you think soccer is easy.
This is such an easy grammar lesson that everyone understands it.
There were such good actors in that movie that I loved it.
Which words follow such in these sentences?
"such" + (a/an) + adjective + noun & "that" + subject
The amazing Spiderman really leaves people amazed.
Some people are disappointed in Humala while
some others are fascinated by Nadine.
Requesting clarification
Sorry, I'm not sure I'm not sure I understand.
Why do you say that?
Can you clarify your reasons?
Taking you turn
Can I just add something here?
I have a point I'd like to make.
Sorry to interrupt, but...
Keeping the discussion moving
To get back to our topic...
Let's hear what (name) has to say.
We only have five minutes left.
addictive
compelling
cutthroat
disturbing
entertaining
heartfelt
inspiring
shocking
Inferring an author's
opinion or attitude
Every day, after leaving his children at school, he drove to the hospital and checked on his patients. Everyone was always happy to see him, so they greeted him kindly.
Was any of the information
in the reading surprising to
you? Why/Why not? If you
could be on a reality show,
which one would you like
to participate in? Which
one would you avoid?
ASK & ANSWER
Writing a
short essay
Parts
Write a movie review using the 3-paragraph essay format. Use a good thesis statement,
good topic sentences and a conclusion.
Create a reality show
Choose the movie of the decade !!!
1 Feature Films Movies (and TV)
2 On the Road (Road) Hazards
3 School Life School (in the US)
Unit Topic
RD Search Box
1st RD
2nd RD
Vocabulary
The World
Awaits You
On the road
There and back
listening
SPEAKING
communication
Writing a
short essay
Parts
Write a short essay that answers one of the following question:
Why should people visit our country?
What's the worst trip you've ever taken?
Create a reality show
Choose the movie of the decade !!!
Vocabulary
School &
Beyond
School life
New school, old school
listening
SPEAKING
communication
Inferring an author's
opinion or attitude
Was Jesse's film expensive?
Students should work in pairs to
role play a TV program dedicated to
movie reviews. They should have visuals
to back up the information and use
course-specific target language
to describe what they saw
and give it a rating.
For any of the 2
options, you must create a
word list at www.vocabulary.com
One point for the project will be
given upon presentation of the
screenshot showing that
you have mastered the
respective word list.
Requirement
To capture the screenshot
press Alt-PrtScr in your
computer and then Ctrl_V
to paste it to another
document/e-mail.
wholesome
mainstream
suitable
stunt
compromise
guilty
feature
budget
plot
flashback
compelling
inspiring
vie
struggle
script
outcome
disatrous
bold
infamous
I09U1LA
restless
relish
guarantee
timeless
landscape
stunning
scenery
glossy
feature
site
wander
voyage
wanderlust
root
surreal
fake
wonder
injured
drift
commune
I09U2LA
I09U1LB
I09U2LB
Inferring
What's to infer?
Conclusion
The conclusion moves from specific to general.
It should:
restate your answer to the question;
resummarize the main points and;
include a final, broadstatement (about possible implications, future directions for research, to qualify the conclusion). ,
However, NEVER introduce new information or ideas in the conclusion - its purpose is to round off your essay by summing up
How real do you think
reality shows are?
Screen
Shots
relatively
relish
bustling
guaranteed
firsthand
take in
household names
atmosphere
landscape
hypnotic
childless
meaningless
powerless
effortless
ageless
countless
priceless
timeless
A: Have you ever taken a memorable photo?
What was special about it?
B: Let me see...I remember I once took a photo
of/in...
A: What places do you think are a
photographer's dream?
B: I think that places like (places) are
a photographer's dream.
A: Really! Why?
B: ...
- I should have known better.
- I could have done better.
- I wouldn’t have dreamed of…
- I should have been there.
- I shouldn’t have said that.
- I should have taken it more seriously.
- I would have done it differently.
How to express suggestions, regrets conclusions, possibility and impossibility
Ask & Answer
about the past
Look at the examples in your book.
How do you form sentences using past modals?
a modal + have + a past participle
Peru should have hired a better coach for Brazil 2014.
Many Peruvians would have gone to Brazil.
He shouldn't have traveled with her.
He's not hungry. He must've eaten something on the street.
He couldn't have killed anybody. He wasn't there.
You could've called me, and I wouldn't have waited for you.
A: What would you have done?
B: I would've taken a taxi instead of walking.
A: What could he have done?
B: He could have told her the truth.
A: What should I have done?
B: You should have spoken to me first.
Some Questions
Some common expressions
Expressing
regrets using
"wish"
Form your sentences using:
"subject + wish + subject + had + past participle"
I wish I hadn't eaten so much.
I wish I had paid attention to the essay explanation.
A: Do you ever wish you had done things differently?
B: Certainly. I wish I...
Music:
Woulda, coulda, shoulda.
It must've been love.
Careless whisper.
Polite Telephone Conversations
smallest population
Cricket
oil (petroleum)
plain and watery
voyage
seek
quote
largest population
Do you ever make telephone
calls to make reservations
before you take a trip
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was born in
Nigeria in 1977. Her short stories and novels
have won or been nominated for several
important literary awards including the
Booker Prize and the Orange Prize for fiction.
"I left home to find home"
Reading
Guessing meaning
from context
Do not use your dictionaries
Conclusion
The conclusion moves from specific to general.
It should:
restate your answer to the question;
resummarize the main points ;
however, NEVER introduce new information or ideas in the conclusion - its purpose is to round off your essay by summing up
Body
The body of your essay consists of paragraphs.
Each of them is a building block in the construction
of you argument. The body is where
you answer the question by developing your ideas.
you show your knowledge of the topic.
you offer reasons, examples and quotes to support your opinion.
Remember that each of your paragraphs must have
its own topic sentence. Do not write about something
that is not mentioned in that sentence.
Introduction
The introduction moves from general to specific.
It should catch the attention of the reader and not
completely give away the answer to the question.
The introduction is where you:
open with a short orientation that must have two or three general statements.
answer the question with a thesis statement that should be located at the end of this paragraph.
In order to get a 2 in this writing, your essay should have a clear thesis statement at the end of the introduction. Two or three body paragraphs each containing good topic sentences. Besides, the essay must have a sentence with "so...that" a sentence with "such...that" and vocabulary from this unit. Finally, don't forget to include a conclusion that restates you answer.

Nowadays, everybody seems to agree on the fact that physical activity is important for our health. The many gyms that open their doors in big cities and the many members that go to them only certify this fact. Therefore, it is my opinion that every university student should take a sport as part of their education because of two important reasons.
In first place, practicing a sport while being at a university would create a healthy habit. Everybody knows that when we are school students, we are required to practice a sport since it promotes good physical development. However, once we start our university lives, sports are abandoned and our sedentary lives begin bringing us unwanted situations such as heart disease. Therefore, I believe that if universities required students to practice a sport the chances of becoming accustomed to practicing it would increase. If that were the case, people who have practiced a sport for so many years would be less likely to drop it and consequently would have healthier lives.
In addition, practicing sports help people relieve stress. The benefits of practicing a sport go beyond the physical ones. A healthy emotional and mental condition is also necessary to achieve success in our daily lives. Think of how well you feel after exercising or after playing your favorite sport. Medical evidence shows that our brains release certain substances while and after doing exercise. These substances relieve your mind from the stress a regular day brings. Therefore, think of the benefits that practicing a sport would have in your life as a student. They would free you from the pressure on regular and exam days and would definitely provide a long-lasting way of dealing with stress in you future lives.
In conclusion, the practice of a sport should be a requirement for students in all universities because it would create a habit that would be hard to abandon and because it would greatly impact our future physical and mental conditions.
Look at an example of an essay that answers the question
Should sports be obligatory for all university students?
apprehensive
sign up
expectations
compulsory
drop out
rash
mishap
cope with
bond with
sleep deprivation
stick to
hectic
Ask & Answer
What advice would you give
to Jamal, Andrea, and Sarah?
Ask & Answer
What did you eat most often for
lunch while you were in school?
Hope & Wish
Use the verb
"hope" when
something is very possible.

I hope he has a good time in Florida next month.
(I hope he'll have a good time in Florida next month.)
I hope she comes to see us when she passes through New York.
(I hope she'll come to see us when she passes through New York.)
I hope he's all right.
I hope he knows where the clinic is.
I hope he's having a good time in Florida.
I hope he likes Italian food.
To say what you hope about the present,
use the simple present:
To say what you hope about the future, use the simple present
(or the future, although it is less common):
Wish is most commonly
used in hypothetical or
imagined situations
We wish you a "Merry Christmas."
They wished him "Happy Birthday."
Wish me luck.
Sometimes wish is used in greetings and expressions of goodwill:
To wish about the present use "wish"+ simple past
Do you remember primary school?
Do you remember your lunchboxes?
Do you ever wish you could
go back to primary school?
Do you ever hope you could
go back to primary school?
I wish (that) I had a dog. (I don't have a dog, but if I did, I would be happy.)
I wish (that) you were here. (unfortunately, you're not, and I miss you.)
Use wish + would to express annoyance or dissatisfaction
I wish students would follow my advice.
I wish they would plan their essays.
The house smells like ashes. I wish she would stop smoking.
Use wish + past participle to express regret
I wish I had paid attention to my English classes at school.
Nadine: I wish I had run for president.
Make, Allow
& Let
Use "make" when you have no choice
Icpna makes male teachers wear a tie in winter.
The law in Peru makes us vote.
Nobody should make us do things we don't want to.
Use "allow" when things are/aren't permitted
You're not allowed to eat in class.
Eating is not allowed in class.
Icpna allowed us not to wear a tie in April.
Icpna doesn't allow people to smoke in the premises.
Use "let" when things are permitted, but
don't use it in the passive voice.
Let me ask you something.
The teacher won't let you present it tomorrow.
Some teachers let you use a pencil in exams.
When I find myself in times of trouble,
mother Mary comes to me speaking
words of wisdom "Let it be"
A:What do you think of a president's wife's job?
B: That's an interesting question. I think that...
Just so that I understand, what you're asking is...
When you say this what you are really doing
is thinking about your answer.
A:What do you think of a president's wife's job?
B: That's an interesting question. I think that it is
a very important job that should be directed to
social work. What I'm trying to say is that she...
Let me put it another way. The first...
When you say this what you are really doing
is rephrasing your answer.
A:What do you think of a president's wife's job?
B: Are you asking me about Mrs. Heredia or about a first lady's job in general?
When you say this what you are really doing
is asking for clarification of a question.
Ask & Answer
Was your high school experience mostly
positive or negative? Do you think your
education prepared you for the future?
Why or why not?
The author would agree with
a) Success should be a goal in life.
b) Laughter is good for you.
c) Education is happiness
Ask & Answer
Whose point of view do you agree with and why?
What do you think the government should do to improve public education in our country?
Which of these questions is correct?
Writing a
short essay
Parts
Conclusion
The conclusion moves from specific to general.
It should:
restate your answer to the question;
resummarize the main points ;
however, NEVER introduce new information or ideas in the conclusion - its purpose is to round off your essay by summing up
Body
The body of your essay consists of paragraphs.
Each of them is a building block in the construction
of you argument. The body is where
you answer the question by developing your ideas.
you show your knowledge of the topic.
you offer reasons, examples and quotes to support your opinion.
Remember that each of your paragraphs must have
its own topic sentence. Do not write about something
that is not mentioned in that sentence.
Introduction
The introduction moves from general to specific.
It should catch the attention of the reader and not
completely give away the answer to the question.
The introduction is where you:
open with a short orientation that must have two or three general statements.
answer the question with a thesis statement that should be located at the end of this paragraph.
create a workshop
brochure
Full transcript