8. conversation starters, pronunciation sounds, modals, indefinite pronouns

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  • Academic InteractionsSpring 2015IECPNikki Mattson

  • 130A Groups

    YingYing YousffAhmedKholood

    MartinKhaledSalimHalaSaeed

    XunSaraDinaZainab Almishaal

    ZhichengMedhatMohammedAbdulla

    RahmahAmalMaryamZainab

  • 130B Groups

    VannySunnyMaadAbdulla

    ChaoAnnSalimHassan

    Yi-ChinAbdullahRiyadhMalek

    ChiaMohammed

    AhmedAi-Hsing

    MonaHibatullahMaryamAnanda

  • Announcement-ITC Workshop"Spelling 101: Vowels (part 1)"Julie George Wednesday, Jan. 28, 3:00-4:00 p.m.Pond 326

  • AgendaConversation StartersPronunciation /p/ and /b/ and /p/ and /f/Grammar talking about rules and expectationsGrammar indefinite pronouns

  • 130AWhen you have abundant knowledge about your job, you can be an expert in your field. But, the best knowledge in your field is only the beginning of the journey. You also need experience and a lot of practice. What do you think is more difficult? Building something new or repairing something old? (electrician, Martin)

  • 130AMedicine is seen as an important weapon for treating human diseases. Medicines save tens of millions of patients lives every year. However, because of hyper medication, which means dosages that exceed acceptable levels in the human body, adverse drug reactions also cause millions of medically-induced diseases every year. Why does hyper medication happen? How can it be avoided? ( Medical Chemistry, Cheng)

  • 130AEconomic and social disparity is quite apparent in third world countries. There is gap between the rich and poor people. There are some poor people without access to education, whereas others in the same country have access to education and are able to be successful in business and other lucrative fields. What are the factors that can contribute to the alleviation (lessening) of poverty? How do we decrease the gap between the rich and the poor? (Business, Amal )

  • 130BDiggingdown to a deep level in the earths crust in search of oil can be expensive, time-consuming, and hazardous, as it can cause earthquakes and the escape of natural gas and other flammable gasses. Do you think reaching such a deep level is necessary? Do you think accessing oil is worth the risks?(Petroleum engineering, Yousff Alwazzan)

  • 130BGovernment and business are strongly connected because the action of one often has a great impact on the other. It is in the government's best interest to keep the economy healthy by encouraging positive environments for small and large businesses. What are the best ways for governments to encourage small and large businesses to succeed? (Kholood, Business)

  • 130BLike many scientific professions, forensic science is changing rapidly due to automation, advances in biochemistry, and DNA typing. Many people know forensic science only through the media, principally TV shows such as CSI. Others see something on the news, or possibly have relatives in law enforcement. But what is this job actually all about and what is it really like to work in it? (Forensic science, Hassan)

  • PronunciationWhat is so difficult about it?Video

    Individual soundsStressIntonationrhythmNative language transfer

  • /p/ vs /b/Self assessment: say the following words to yourself, and consider whether or not this is an area of difficulty for you:

    Peer assessment: say the words above again, this time to a partner, and ask your partner how easy it is to hear the differences in your pronunciation.

    /p//b/paybaypetbettaptabcapcabpestbest

  • Practice with /p/ and /b/vocal cord practicepiece of paper practice

  • More practice..try these words with the vocal-cord method. Then try them with the paper method.

    /p//b/packbackpigbigpearsbearsripribpuppubcapcab

  • PracticeShe pulled a pencil from her backpack.

    The person was banned from the picnic.

    Could you please put the bag on the bench?

  • Try out this rhyme!BILLY BUTTON PICKED A PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS PETER PIPER BOUGHT A BUTTER'D BISCUIT DID BILLY BUTTON PICKED A PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS DID PETER PIPER BUY A BUTTER'D BISCUIT IF BILLY BUTTON PICKED A PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS IF PETER PIPER BOUGHT A BUTTER'D BISCUIT WHERE'S THE PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS BILLY BUTTON PICKED? WHERE'S THE BUTTER'D BISCUIT PETER PIPER BOUGHT?

  • /p/ vs /f/Practice making the soundsSelf assessment: say the following words to yourself, and consider whether or not this is an area of difficulty for you:

    Peer assessment: say the words above again, this time to a partner, and ask your partner how easy it is to hear the differences in your pronunciation.

    /p//f/pigfigpastfastpoundfoundleapleafcopcough

  • Practice with /p/ and /f/

    /p//f/pacefacepinfinporkforkleapleaflaplaugh

  • /p/ and /f/Read the following sentences with a partner, and choose one of the words. Ask your partner to identify which word you said (1 or 2).

  • Practice

  • Grammar- Talking about Rules and ExpectationsWhat types of language can we use to express rules?Must/ must notAre required to /are not required toHave to/ dont have toCan/cannotAre permitted to/Arent permittedAre allowed to/Arent allowed toAre forbidden to

  • Grammar- Talking about Rules and ExpectationsWhat types of language can we use to express expectations?Are supposed to/are not supposed toAre expected to/ are not expected to

  • PracticeComplete pg. 8, A and BComplete the following chart about rules and expectations in your notebook, and then share your sentences with your group.

    In my countryIn my countryBoys are forbidden toGirls cannotBoys are expected toGirls are supposed toMen mustWomen are expected toMen are supposed toWomen have toBoys arent supposed to..Girls arent permitted toMen dont have toWomen must not

  • Grammar Indefinite PronounsWhat are these?A pronoun that refers to a non-specific being, object or place.

  • Pg. 9

  • PracticeComplete pg. 10, A and B

  • HWUnit 1 Test = Thursday20 vocabulary wordsListening for main ideas and details (new listening)Reducing notes to key words (like pg. 7)Inclusive language (pg. 18)Grammar indefinite pronouns and rules and expectations (present and past tense)