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Transcript of I07
photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
Things to Remember
You will work in pairs to present the story of a famous criminal using some of the vocabulary and grammar presented in the course. Your presentation should include visual aids.
Presentation off task
No presentation or submmission of work
Demonstrated neither thought nor effort
Presentation lacked planning and creativity
Presentation was poorly structured
Inadequate or no use of visual aids
Poor delivery and difficult to follow
Effective and creative presentation
Very good use of visual aids
Carefully prepared presentation
Logically structured presentation
Mostly clear and logical
Good use of visual aids
Some grammar and vocabulary problems,
the message mostly understood
e - workbook
e - readings
e - videos
e - exams
e - resources
Are you a saavy saver
The Past Perfect
A little more on D.B. Cooper
He had already left
when I arrived.
They had saved for the trip all year round
and then this happened.
Something in the place told me
I had been there before.
Does Crime Pay
The global economy
I don't mind washing the dishes, but I dislike drying them.
I enjoy partying all night long.
We go swimming every once in a while.
I can't quit smoking.
I'd suggest visiting the doctor.
I recall leaving my keys on top of this table.
Examples of verbs followed by gerunds
Examples of verbs followed
by prepositions and by gerunds
We agreed on meeting here at noon.
I'm looking forward to seeing you soon.
Let's talk about swimming.
I need to work on my writing.
Many candidates resort to lying.
"After", "before" and "already"
are common with this tense.
Go to Icpna's web page.
Click on Reader's Digest.
Click on "Go to RD.com"
Search box: crime, money, family
Choose two readings
Choose a graphic organizer
Print it and fill it out
It's easier to write if you generate ideas first and then you organize them into sentences.
Therefore, first, choose a topic you want to write about and complete the sentence:
I want to write about ...(event from the past).
Second, generate as many ideas as you can about the event. Third, organize those ideas into a logical sequence by numbering them. Then complete the following topic sentence which will be the first sentence of your narrative paragraph. Remember this is not a "title" it is the first sentence in your paragraph.
I remember how (feeling) I felt when I...(incident)
Also, remember that you are writing just one paragraph, so there shouldn't be blank lines or spaces in your text.
1) What are you good at?
2) What are some things
you are nervous about?
3) What do you like to do?
4) What would you refuse
to do for a friend?
I really don't know
what to do. Any
Check if your partner has...
Good use of
The family fulfills functions. Functions are important for society.
The family fulfills functions that are important for society.
Have you seen the man. The man is the new marketing director
Have you seen the man who is the new marketing director?
The newspaper reported that the tiger which killed its keeper has been put down.
The police said the accident that happened last night was unavoidable.
Isn’t that the woman who lives across the road from you?
Relative pronouns are:
"Who" for people
"That" for people & things
"Which" for things
A clause is a group of words with at least a subject and a verb
Also called adjective clauses. They work as adjectives.