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May 9, 2011

Topic : Relation of Korea&Japan

Filed under: student presentations — richardlstansfield @ 4:19 am

-Group 9 Class 93-
Topic : Relation of Korea&Japan
-glossary-
occupy:[VERB] The people who occupy a building or a place are the people who live or work there.
to move into a place and take control of it
torture:[VERB] If someone is tortured, another person deliberately causes them great pain over a period of time, in order to punish them or to make them reveal information.
corvee:[NOUN] a day’s unpaid labour owed by a feudal vassal to his lord
servitude: (noun) the state of being under the control of someone else and of having no freedom
glory:[NOUN] Glory is the fame and admiration that you gain by doing something impressive.
celebrity:[NOUN] A celebrity is someone who is famous, especially in areas of entertainment such as films, music, writing, or sport.
develop:[VERB] When something develops, it grows or changes over a period of time and usually becomes more advanced, complete, or severe.
-text
Let me introduce our presentation about the relation of Korea&Japan.
Japan occupied Korea for 1910~1945. Japan occupied Korea from 1910 to 1945. It is said “period of Japanese Occupation”. It is called the Japanese colonial period.
During period of Japanese Occupation, Korea is tortured by Japan.
Example, Japanese did a medical experiment on a Korean living body

And Korean did corvee. And Koreans were forced into servitude.

etc….
At 1945, Korea did glorious restoration.
After, Korea developed rapidly, these days, Korea equal Japan.
Korea and Japan occurred together “World Cup”. Korea and Japan hosted the World Cup of soccer together in 2002.

and Celebrity of Korea famous in Japan. And Korean celebrities are famous in Japan.
Example, “Bae Young-Jun”

“rain”

Korea&Japan is center of East Asia. Korea and Japan are prominent in East Asia.
Korea and Japan is coworker now. Korea and Japan are partners now.
-reference-
1..http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=102&oid=112&aid=0002191857
2.http://blog.naver.com/tkfkddl12?Redirect=Log&logNo=20127053895
3.http://blog.naver.com/tjwjdgur90?Redirect=Log&logNo=50089765302
4.http://blog.naver.com/hyuk9927?Redirect=Log&logNo=60077792822
-Discussion Question-

1.What do you Think is an effective way to advertise about Korea&Japan? Why?

What would be effective ways to promote Korea and Japan?

–> What would be effective ways to promote Korea and Japan?

2.Whether Japan’s celebrity is famous in korea?

Are any Japanese celebrities famous in Korea? Which ones?

–> Are any Japanese celebrities famous in Korea? Which ones?

3.Why Japan don’t reward “Period of Japanese Occupation”?

Did Japan compensate Korea for occupying it? When?

–> Did Japan compensate Korea for occupying it? When?

-Group Member-
1. 박 영준 : typing, text, references, discussion questions
2. 김 현철 : typing, text, references, glossary,picture

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Teacher’s Note:

I have chosen the following three vocabulary items to be on Written Test #2:

1. occupy: (verb) to move into a place and take control of it

2. servitude: (noun) the state of being under the control of someone else and of having no freedom

3. glory: (noun) the fame and admiration that you gain by doing something impressive

I have chosen the following discussion question to be on the Final Speaking Test.

– What would be effective ways to promote Korea and Japan?

Remember to stress it properly.

– What would be effective ways to promote Korea and Japan?

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