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May 11, 2011

Pitch fouls

Filed under: student presentations — richardlstansfield @ 3:56 am

-Glossary-
 Violence: [None noun] the exercise or an instance of physical force, usually effecting or intended to effect injuries, destruction, etc.
 Abuse:[verb noun] a rude expression intended to offend or hurt. –> rude and offensive words said to another person
 Fouls: [none noun] failed to comply with the rules. something that someone does in a sport that is not allowed by the rules
 Impulse:[none noun] a sudden desire; behavior without the mind. a sudden feeling that you must do something, without thinking about the results
 Punishment:[none noun] Responsible for the behavior of wrong making someone suffer because they have done something bad

-Text-
Every place has rules, the most representative is the soccer field, where the passion is not the lack of violence.
Sometimes just because of a few words.

Zidane, the star we all know, because of a foul and missed the World Cup final match.

As same as in the basketball matches. Look at these pictures for fouls.

Just small disputes

-Questions –
 Must we use violence to solve the problems?

–> Must we use violence to solve problems?

How can we think these behaviors?

What do you think about violent behavior?

–> What do you think about violent behavior?

How do you do in this situation?

What would you do if someone became violent with you?

–> What would you do if someone became violent with you?

Group 6 Class 125

Group members
진소치(12110091) typing and pictures, discussion
사전문(12110070): Glossary, test, typing and pictures, discussion
-References-
http://image.baidu.com/i?tn=baiduimage&ct=201326592&lm=-1&cl=2&word=%C6%EB%B4%EF%C4%DA%D7%B2%C8%CB&t=3
http://baike.baidu.com/view/5043.htm
http://zhidao.baidu.com/question/166413842.html?an=0&si=1

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Teacher’s Note:

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

1. violence: (noun) the exercise or an instance of physical force, usually effecting or intended to effect injuries, destruction, etc.

2. impulse: (noun) a sudden feeling that you must do something, without thinking about the results

3. punishment: (noun) making someone suffer because they have done something bad

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

– What would you do if someone became violent with you?

Remember to stress it properly.

– What would you do if someone became violent with you?

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