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영어 공개수업

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Classroom

exercise < Reduction of Adverb clauses to Modifying Adverbial Phrases >




. They try to bite each other's front legs, twisting their necks together in the process.



. Having to wait for more than half an hour, we were finally seated at the restaurant.

→ Communication ticket Name _______________ Date _____________


List one or two things you learned today and answer today’s Door Question.


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2. To your teacher Thank you so much! Lesson12. To Identify Agreement and Disagreement of the Content. Today’s topic is
guanaco.
1. domesticate : to adapt to the environment

2. breed : to have young (animals) or reproduce (organisms)

3. bite : to grip, cut off, or tear with or as if with the teeth or jaws

4. spit : to expel or eject saliva from the mouth

5. herd : a group of wild mammals of one species that remain together Vocabulary learning 1. Choose correct sentences.

2. Sequence the sentences correctly.

3. Find out a movie title. Pre-reading activity Guanacos are related to camels, as are llamas and alpacas.

But they live in South America, while camels are found in Africa and Asia.

Guanacos are wild animals, but llamas and alpacas have been domesticated,

and were probably bred from guanacos. Guanacos are slender animals

with pale brown backs, white undersides, short tails, large heads, very long necks,

and big, pointed ears.

They live in groups of up to ten females, their young, and a dominant male adult.

Males challenge each other in fights to establish dominance. They try to bite each other's front legs,

twisting their necks together in the process.

They also try to push each other down to their

knees.

Guanacos may even spit when they're fighting!

The loser of the fight has to leave;

the winner becomes leader of the herd. Reading comprehension check-up First, guanaco’s habitat are African and Asia.

Second, guanacos are raised as livestock.

Third, guanacos have short tails and round ears.

Fourth, a dominant male forms large herds.

Finally, they are used to spit when they’re

fighting to become a leader of the herd. Hoseo High School Student's UCC


- Topic : The necessity of English learning in

the international society.

- Character : Yeon-hun, Hong-bin, Ye-won. Jin-han, In-ho
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