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

A01PW - complete

No description
by

Ginés Abanto

on 29 September 2016

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of A01PW - complete

For instance,
the classic
might become
For people
For things
UNIT 1 - URBAN CHALLENGES
More people are living in cities than ever before. As more people move to urban areas, cities all over the world are facing new challenges...
UNIT 3 - BEAUTY AND APPEARANCE
LISTENING QUIZ
Image by Tom Mooring
Advanced Oral Communication Skills 1
Details
the small facts or features of something
UNIT 2 - PROTECTING OUR PLANET
What is
graffiti
?
How can
street art
affect people's lives?
TIP: How to answer
What is the largest city in the world?
A) Tokyo.
B) I think it's Tokyo.
C) According to this map, it seems that Tokyo was the most crowded city back in 2007.
maximize
finance

challenge
resident

innovation restore

regulate generate structure convert
Listen to the audio and read along.
Pay special attention to the
blue words
.
Answer to these questions:
Why do people like living in micro-homes?
How does this cement reduce pollution?
Where is the High Line urban park?
What function does each word have? Are they adjectives? nouns? verbs? adverbs? conjunctions?
Look at these pictures. What does
____
mean?
MARSH
WOODEN LOGS
FLOOD
VENICE
is famous for...
MAKING PREDICTIONS
Guessing content based on previous information.
Remember:
Predictions
aren't
right
or
wrong
. They're just
predictions
! Your guess might be accurate or not but that's not important now!
To state a prediction:
I'll say... I think... I assume... I suppose... Probably,... Perhaps,... Maybe,...
MAIN IDEAS
Thesis stament + supporting ideas + details.
Don't only get the right answer.
Ask yourself "How did I get the right answer?"
TOURISM
Problems
Benefits
1. City services ___________ __________________________.

2. Higher prices for _____.

3. Higher _____ in tourist areas.

4. Bad _________ problem.

5. The city's population is _________________.
can't
handle so many people
food
rent
housing
getting smaller
1. Generates ___________.

2. Money helps city ____________.

3. Many Venetians have jobs related to ___________.
revenue
restoration
tourism
*REVENUE
the money that a government receives from taxes or that an organization, etc. receives from its business.
e.g.:
Tax fraud costs the country millions in lost
revenue
.
The central government collects the tax
revenue
on behalf of local authorities.
The project will not generate any
revenue
until 2010.
Identify
important

words
Pay attention to
examples and supporting ideas.
Take notes
to help you remember bits of information.
Making inferences
what you listened
what you know
a "smart" guess
http://www.philtulga.com/Riddles.html
profitable
guesthouse
get on
floodwaters
soft drink
revenue
greed
(to) triple
Introducing a topic
To introduce
relevant information
.
Not only for the
main topic
, but also for
additional ideas
.
Complete with
your own ideas
To begin with,
we are going to review some of the problems caused by tourism
.
I'd like to focus on
some aspects of this issue
.
Today's topic is
the passive voice
.
What I want to do today is
(to) check our solutions to the problems that were presented in our last class
.
VENICE CHALLENGES
$
THE PASSIVE VOICE
For
transitive verbs:
They
told

him
to be quiet. (active)
He

was

told
to be quiet. (passive)
The
subject
doesn't
do
the action. And it's the
object
of the active voice.
In any tense you have to use the
verb to be
+
past participle
.
Not for
intransitive verbs:
I
arrived
to the airport. (active only)
Serious problems
have been

caused
by the flooding in Venice.
Public parking lots
were

closed
.
Many new hotels
are being

built
.
WHAT TENSE?
Present perfect
Simple past
Present continuous
Change the tense of the previous sentences.
BEFORE VIEWING
nomads
dry season (drought)
Brush fence
What problems can you imagine between the
farmers
and
elephants
at Lake Gossi?
Write 3
nightmare
farmers
HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT SINGAPORE?
1. Where is Singapore?
2. What languages are spoken there?
3. What ethnic groups live there?
Answers:
1. It's located in South-east Asia, in the Malay Peninsula.
2. The official languages are English, Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil.
3. Many ethnics live there, but mainly Chinese, Indian, and, of course, Malays.
ANSWER KEY
A
B
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
f.
j.
a.
h.
c.
economy
dominated
unique
ethnic
enforced
prohibited
internalized
compatible
conform
debatable
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
b.
i.
e.
g.
d.
debatable
NOUN
VERB
ADJ.
COMPLETE THE CHART
1.
2.
3.
4.
enforce
prohibit
economy
debate
debate
enforcement
enforceable
economize
economical
prohibition
prohibitive
Sample
1. According to the lecturer, what's Venice's biggest problem?
a) M.O.S.E. b) Tourism c) acqua alta

2. How much do Cafés charge for a soft drink?
a) US$30 b) US$13 c) US$3.00

3. What has caused small local businesses to close?
a) They can't handle too many people.
b) They don't earn enough money to pay for rent.
c) Tourists aren't interested in buying software.
Two quizzes
will provide individual grades for the
two listening objectives
.
Quiz # 1
must be administered by
day 7
;
Quiz # 2
, by
day 15
.
The
seating arrangement
for the quizzes must be the same as that of
written exams
.
Students are either
to be given a slip of paper
or they can use
one of their own
for them
to record their answers
.
Students register their data on the paper (
name
,
course
,
schedule
, etc.).
Listening passage is to be played
twice
. When
done
, students
stop writing
and
papers are collected
in orderly fashion.
Students
can take notes
, but
all papers
(answer sheet and note-taking paper)
have to be collected
.
GUIDELINES
Why do you think the Merlion is Singapore's symbol?
I'll say... I think... I assume... I suppose... Probably,... Perhaps,... Maybe,...
Agreeing
Dis
PASSIVE VOICE II
In passive voice, the agent is usually
irrelevant, understood
or simply
unknown
.
But,
sometimes
, it's important to mention the
doer
of the action.
AGREE
OR

DISAGREE
Pizza is delicious!
Cell phones are horrible things.
Videogames are for nerds only.
Women should rule the world.
Books must be banned.
Mathematics are great (but I don't understand them)!
All parents deserve respect.
Peru is doing great as a nation/country.
The US Declaration of Independence
was made
by Jefferson and Franklin
.
What do you know about
How does the picture in pg. 21 make you feel?
turtles?
200 million years on Earth
up to 100 years of age
300 species
everywhere except Antarctica
Shells made of 60 bones
Swim up to 35 miles per hour
They are endangered
What is the biggest threat to these animals?
What could happen if plant species disappear?
ecosystem
- all
animals
and
plants
in a particular area
and
how they interact

ecology
- the way in which they interact
What do you know about these animals?
Why did people hunt whales in the past?
What are the dangers to whales now?
How can we help whales to survive?
Is there any famous whale you remember?
threat recover indications alter evidence

strategies violate status exploit
ongoing
Remember:

More frequent
,
moderatly frequent
,
less frequent.
DON'T USE A DICTIONARY!
ANSWER KEY
1C 2I 3G 4B 5A 6H 7E 8D 9J 10F
WHAT'S THE CONTEXT?
USING A DICTIONARY
CONTEXT VS DICTIONARY
exploitation
exploit
exploitable
exploited
threat
threaten
threatened
threatening
recover
recovery
recoverable
recovered
indication
indicate
indicative
NOUN
VERB
ADJECTIVE
1.
2.
4.
3.
What kind of habitat did the
dusky seaside sparrow

live in?
Why do you think it became
extinct
?
forest
wetland
grassland
coast
I'm dead
Indentation
We use indentation
when taking notes
Looks
well-organized
Helps to
study
/review
To classify
info.
Abbrev.
&
symb.
> useful!
Before we listen
harmful
habitat
(be to) blame
steelhead trout
landowners
stream
overfishing
habitat
Steelhead trout in Washington state
landowners
government
gray wolf in Wyoming and Idaho
land
their rights
worse
>1300
endangered
threatened
39
14
9
300
not making much progress
Add you own abbreviations and symbols!
e.g.
for example
cuz
because
u
you
2
to, too
r8
right
Imagine you are the last Dusky Seaside Sparrow. Tell your partner how you feel and what could have been done to save your species.
To introduce an example use
, for example,
For example,
, for example.
Example:
A moon is a natural satellite.
For example
, the Earth has only one moon,
The Moon
.
For instance,
, for instance.
such as
, including
RESTRICTIVE ADJECTIVE CLAUSES
A tiger, not a specific one. We just know it's angry.
One of the tigers, the one that was angry. It's an specific tiger.
To clarify, specify, or modify the subject.
RESTRICTIVE?
Called also
essential clause
cuz:
it's essential to the meaning of a sentence The meaning changes if the clause is deleted
limits the thing it refers to
They are
NOT
set off by commas.
For ex:
All students
who

do their work
should pass easily.
The car
that

I want
is out of my price range.
The boat
that

sailed on October 25
is the one to which we referred in the contract.
NONRESTRICTIVE?
Ex:
Edgar Allan Poe
,

who

wrote "The Raven
,
"
is a great American poet.
Puerto Rico was a Spanish colony until 1898
, when

it was ceded to the United States
.
The credit card is in my wallet
, which

you can find in the kitchen drawer
.
It's not essential. It can be deleted.
Relative pronouns
that
who
whom
whose
which
SUBJECT OR OBJECT?
If the relative pronoun (who, that, etc.) is used as an object, it can be omitted.
I liked the girl
who
was nice to me.

I hate the dog
that
bit me.

I love the bike
that
my father gave me.
object
subject
subject
= I love the bike my father gave me.
There are many dangers for animals
that
live in the ocean.
For instance,
overshishing is extremely harmful for some species.
I hope I hear from the person
with whom
I spent hours talking last night.
(more formal)

OR

I hope to hear from the person
whom
I spent hours talking
with
last night.
(less formal)
EXTRA TIP
herpetologist
mugger crocodile
lowlands
thrive
pond
omen
edginess
census
tapetum
teeming
basking
mating season
flaunt
boldly
EXTRA VOCABULARY
Are the crocs still thriving?
Thrive
(verb) /θraɪv/:
to become, and continue to be, successful, strong, healthy, etc.
Why does Rom observe the muggers at night?
Why do crocs fight?
What could be interesting or difficult about a fish biologist's job?
Is it OK to kill them? Why?
elk
deer
duck
quail
pheasant
turkey
What other animals are hunted?
DEBATE
DISCUSSION
A discussion is a conversation where participants can interrupt each other.
A discussion is spontaneous. A debate is formal.
An argument is presented first. The other side then presents the opposing argument.
In a debate, speakers often argue
for
or
against
an issue.
/S/
,
/Z/
, or
/IZ/
?
When your opponent, makes a good point acknowledge it.
But
don't make a big deal out of it.
Use logical arguments.
Don't make fun of an argument.
Keep a calm, clear voice.
Don't get angry. You get mad, you lose.
How to
"win"
a debate
All people should be vegetarians.
Human cloning should be banned.
Renewable forms of energy should be subsidized by the government.
The US Government should fund a space mission to Mars.
Democracy is the best form of government.
Macs are better than PCs.
Androids are better than iPhones.
Would you donate money to save pandas?
What do you know about pandas?
Do you like them?
How does advertisement work? Would you buy a product just because the add is good? What about beauty products? Explain.
WHAT IS BEAUTY?
What makes a person
beautiful
?
Which country is next? Why?
What is happening in the photo? Who might be in the public?
What do you know about fashion?
What makes a "good" appearance?
What makes a face look "well"?
Maybe AVERAGE IS BEAUTIFUL
What expression do you agree the most with -
"Beauty is only skin deep"
or
"
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder" ?
PARAPHRASING
Same idea
Different words
but
That is to say...
QUOTATIONS
Hyphen
(-)
the meaning
changes!
Adj
+
Past Part.
That is an
old
-
fashioned
dress
Reptiles are
cold
-
blooded
creatures.
Adverb
+
Past Part.
She is a
well
-
known
actress.
We live in a
densely
-
populated
city.
Noun
+
Past Part.
We started using
wind
-
powered
generators.
I love eating
sun
-
dried
raisins.
I bought some
mouth
-
watering
strawberries.
That was a
record
-
breaking
jump.
She is a
world
-
famous
singer.
This is a
smoke
-
free
restaurant.
It was a
last
-
minute
decision.
We watched the
full
-
length
version of the movie.
She is a
good
-
looking
girl.
It left a
long
-
lasting
taste in my mouth.
And what about these?
SKIN MASK
A perfect replica of a model's face can be created with
silicone
.

This can be used for special effects in movies or TV shows.
silicon
mold
How do you think they are made?
What other uses could a skin mask have?
WHAT DO YOU THINK ECO-FASHION MEANS?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
convince
alternative
exhibit
textile
insert
derive
integrate
considerably
transport
definite
A
B
HINT:
Read the whole paragraph before choosing your answers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
transported
textiles
integrate
derived
exhibited
insert
What other
second-hand
(used) stuff can be recycled or repurposed?
WHAT'S THIS?
What is it used for?
Cargolifter Balloon
apron
non-stop shoes
What are they used for? (
Paraphrase
!)
-anse
-ense
-or
-er
-ist
-ness
-ize
-ate
-fy
-en
-ify
-able
-ible
-less
-ic
-ical
-ish
-ive
-ly
Full transcript