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November 30, 2013

Final Speaking Test Appointments

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__________ Class 27 __________

Tuesday, December 10
Time Student 1 Student 2
9:00 염정훈
9:10 하동휘 소현승
9:20 조은희 김옥경
9:30 김영화 이원우
9:40 정우택 서재진

10:00 안태용 용현준
10:10 윤치영 이철훈
10:20 주용준 최재유
10:30 이광근 남궁영주
10:40 송은지 강민정

Thursday, December 12
Time Student 1 Student 2
11:00 연진우 이성진
11:10 정승일 손재옥
11:20 박준석 박종영
11:30 이준석 박성혁
11:40 김혁래 안득주

__________ Class 57 __________

Monday, December 9
Time Student 1 Student 2
11:00 박희환 김휘민
11:10 최재혁 김진철
11:20 이경목 최주영
11:30 김수홍 김영호
11:40 엄정욱 백종연

Wednesday, December 11
Time Student 1 Student 2
9:00 조재연 김대웅
9:10 조명기 배준용
9:20
9:30 양성원 윤인아
9:40 고영석 강도원

10:00 이강산 남주성
10:10 이수진 한송이
10:20 김경희 조영경
10:30 김달오 하영수
10:40 김병윤 김종구

__________ Class 87 __________

Monday, December 9
Time Student 1 Student 2
13:00 이정훈 박혜진
13:10 김성길 김유진
13:20 윤미리 이민경
13:30 최명환 소재현
13:40 박희찬 김완
13:50 김남용 friend?
14:00 박소언 박지원
14:10 최효주 박민수
14:20 한경훈 이진우
14:30 유연우 홍민정
14:40 유태권 김현수

Thursday, December 12
Time Student 1 Student 2
12:00 조항수 전정호
12:10 우준희 박우림
12:20 강혜성 오금택
12:30 박지영 김인숙
12:40 유현준 장지애

__________ Class 117 __________

Wednesday, December 11
Time Student 1 Student 2
1:00 유소영 은은지
1:10 이진호 김충호
1:20 김가현 김강태
1:30 이진솔 김다솔
1:40 김유라 박희은

2:00 김근우 김혜련
2:10 마연희 양윤수
2:20 권현담 문일영
2:30 총방방 배인정
2:40 최규림 임현석

Friday, December 13
Time Student 1 Student 2
11:00
11:10 임진웅 오태석
11:20 안정수 박정윤
11:30 이호준 이상열
11:40

__________ Class 147 __________

Tuesday, December 10
Time Student 1 Student 2
12:00 조경호 이우섭
12:10 김 준 강진규
12:20 조민주 이지수
12:30 원창일 김수아
12:40 김용훈 안아름

Friday, December 13
Time Student 1 Student 2
13:00 김혜은 한준희
13:10 김 재 겸 이 규 민
13:20 유 순 형 윤홍민
13:30 허 진 구 임 성 찬
13:40 이정황 김 동 환

14:00 강성민 조석암
14:10 김대현 장봉중
14:20
14:30
14:40

Final Speaking Test —> Updated

Filed under: final speaking exam — richardlstansfield @ 2:07 am

1. Two Telephone Conversations

2. Describing Four Things

3. Expressing Probability

4. Two Discussion Questions

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1. Two Telephone Conversations

Conversation One

Student A: You are a math teacher. You collected homework today in class. During your conversation, you spill your coffee. Interrupt and Restart your conversation.

Student B: You are a student. You were absent from class today. You want to give your homework to your teacher. You call your teacher to ask if you can meet tomorrow in the teacher’s office. Begin the conversation with “Ring, ring.”

Conversation Two

Student A: You won a writing contest. The prize was two free tickets to a movie. You want to invite your friend (Student B) to come with you. You call your friend. Begin the conversation with “Ring, ring.”

Student B: You are Student A’s friend. During your conversation, a delivery boy arrives at the door with a pizza. Interrupt and Restart your conversation.

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2. Describing Four Things

Each student describes two of the things below. The other student listens and then guesses what it is. (Therefore, four items in total.)

dog // hammer // microwave oven // weird // parent // radio // cloud // Canada // shoe // hair // clock // suitcase // car // snow // accident // news // ghost // bird

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3. Expressing Probability

Student A asks Student B two of the questions below. Student B answers by Expressing Probability in a complete sentence.

Student B asks Student A two of the questions below. Student A answers by Expressing Probability in a complete sentence.
(Therefore, four questions in total.)

– Do you think you’ll visit another country this year?
– Do you think you’ll take a vacation this summer?
– Do you think you’ll live in another country someday?
– Do you think you’ll look for a job this year?
– Do you think you’ll live in the same home for the rest of your life?
– Do you think you’ll ever be rich?

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4. Two Discussion Questions

Student A asks Student B a question.

Student B asks Student A a question.

Choose the questions from the list with your class number.

_____ Class 27 _____

. Do you enjoy watching fireworks? Why or why not?

. Which country would you recommend most to visit? Why?

. Which items (e.g. which clothes) do you think match well with burgundy? Why?

. Who is your favorite Korean sports star? Why is he or she your favorite?

. What Korean specialty would you give to a foreigner as a present? Why?

. If you went to Canada, where would you want to go first? Why?

. Do you like basketball? Why or why not?

. What’s your favorite season in Korea? Why?

_____ Class 57 _____

. What do you usually do at Christmas?

. If you could have a super-power, which super-power would you like to have? (e.g. be able to fly, be able to heal quickly, etc.) Why?

. Which animals do you like? Why?

. What is your favorite place around Inha University? Why is it your favorite?

. What place would you recommend visiting? Why would you recommend it?

. What do you think are some of the problems with drinking alcohol?

. Why do you think many people like to climb mountains?

. Why do people like the World Cup?

_____ Class 87 _____

. From amongst curry, sushi, kimchi, and “moon-cakes”, what is your favorite food? Why?

. If you were an inventor, what product would you make? Why?

. Which festival would you be interested in going to? Why?

. What did you think about Inha University’s “libdubical”? Why?

. What kind of super-power would you want? Why?

. Why do you think Psy gained popularity?

. If you could pick an entertainer to do the first pitch, who would you pick? Why?

. If you could make a new application for university, what would you make? Why?

_____ Class 117 _____

. Which of the 4 cruel fairy tales did you like best? Why?

. Do you like Apple? What is your favorite Apple product? Why is it your favorite?

. What do you think is the best station on subway line #4? Why?

. What’s your favorite kind of ghost? Why?

. If we were to make a 100,000-won bill, who would be the most appropriate person to put on it? Why?

. What world-famous snack do you want to eat? Why?

. What do you usually do at Christmas? Why?

_____ Class 147 _____

. Do you think we can make a time machine? If we could make a time machine, what would you want to do?

. Which place in Korea would you want to travel to most? Why?

. Do you like alcohol? Why or why not?

. Who’s your favorite rapper? Why?

. If you wanted to make mixed-fruit juice, what kinds of fruits would you want to mix? Why?

. What’s your favorite extreme sport? Why is it your favorite?

. What’s your favorite movie? Why?

Written Test #2

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This is what will be on Written Test #2

1. Telephone Conversations

– “On the phone” expressions (e.g. “What can you say when you call a stranger by mistake?”) –> Page 100

– Beginning a Phone Call (Formal, Informal, and Direct conversations) –> handout

– Ending a Phone Call (Formal, Informal, and Direct conversations) –> handout

– Interrupting a Conversation –> Page 102

– Restarting a Conversation –> Page 102

2. Finding the Word

– “What’s his name?” etc. –> Page 112

– “You mean …” and “Do you mean …?” –> Page 113

– Finding the Right Word (e.g. “What’s it used for?” and “It’s used for …”) –> handout

3. Future

– Future Plans –> Pages 118 and 119

– Expressing Probability –> handout

Dark Fairy Tales

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November 24, 2013

Don’t be absent …

Filed under: announcements — richardlstansfield @ 8:32 am

Don’t be absent the first class this week. We will be making appointments for your Final Speaking Tests.

Unit 12: Looking ahead

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Books closed.

Listen to each person and answer these two questions:

1. What are their plans for next year?

2. Are they sure (100%) or not sure (< 100%)?

Christy Lewis

– graduating from college

(sure)

– look for a job

(not sure)

– go for a master's degree

(not sure)

Laura Chang

– look for a better job

(not sure)

– ask her boss for a promotion

(sure)

– get a promotion

(not sure)

Paul Reade

– go with his friends to travel around Europe

(not sure)

Jim and Katie Conley

– have a baby

(sure)

– take some time off from work

(not sure)

– be very busy

(sure)

Joe Etta

– retire

(sure)

– move to Florida or Arizona

(not sure)

– not spend another winter here

(not sure)

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Future Tense

Sure (100%)

– present continuous

– will

– won't (will + not)

– (be) going to

Not Sure (< 100%)

– guess + will/won't

– may

– might

– probably + will/won't

– hope + will/won't

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Expressing Probability

100%

sure
definitely

will

75%

probably
(there's) a good chance

should
ought to

50%

not sure
don't know

might
may
could

25%

don't think (so)
probably not/probably won't
doubt (that)

shouldn't
ought not to

0%

no chance
definitely not
No way!

won't

November 19, 2013

How To Do Well On Your Presentations

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– do NOT be late for your presentation!

– introduce yourselves

– introduce your topic

– go over the vocabulary

– explain the correct pronunciation of each vocabulary item, including correct stress (e.g. “conDITioner”)

– all members participate in presenting (Divide the presentation amongst all members.)

– explain any pictures (e.g. “This is a picture of Korean figure skater Kim Yu-na, taken at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.”)

– look at your audience when you speak

– don’t speak in a monotone

– look and sound “alive,” not “dead”

– You can occasionally look quickly at small, hand-sized cards with your main points on them. Do not read from them or look at them for too long. You can just glance at them, and then look quickly back to your audience.

– respect other groups when they do their presentations (pay attention, don’t talk, etc.)

* This is the procedure:

1. Stand at the front of the class, introduce yourselves, and introduce your topic.

2. Present the Glossary.

3. Present the text and explain the pictures.

4. Ask your classmates (the audience) if they have any questions. If they do, answer their questions.

5. Go back to your seats and sit down.

6. Mr. Stansfield will go over the Discussion Questions.

7. Everybody in the class will discuss the questions.

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Note: I judge the writing of your presentation (having all components, such as vocabulary, and in the right order). I judge by what appears on my web-site, not on what appears on Power Point presentations, etc.

Unit 11: Appearances

Filed under: conversation strategies — richardlstansfield @ 6:21 am

English has lots of vocabulary. Lots and lots of vocabulary.

English has more vocabulary than all other languages put together.

Because of this, even native speakers sometimes forget the word that they want to use. When you forget the word that you want to use, there are phrases to use. We will learn these now.

Unit 11: Appearances

Books closed.

Listen to the conversation between Lori and Jin Ho. They are talking about someone they know.

1. What did he used to wear?
(= What did he usually wear in the past?)

2. What did he used to look like?

3. Where is he now?

4. What does he look like nowadays?

Answers

1. He used to wear cargo pants.

2. He used to have long hair and a goatee.

3. He’s sitting right behind Jin Ho.

4. He’s wearing a suit and tie, and he has short hair.

Page 112, Exercise 1, Part B

1. What do you call them/those

2. what’s his name,

what do you call them

3. what do you call it

Page 113, Exercise 2

Possible Answers

1. You mean cargo pants.

2. Do you mean a ponytail? / Oh, I know. You mean a ponytail.

3. You mean freckles. / Do you mean freckles?

4. You mean braces. / Do you mean braces?

5. Do you mean bald? / You mean bald.

6. Do you mean identical twins? / You mean identical twins.

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Finding the Right Word

* The word I’m looking for …
* What do you/we call … ?
* What’s it (called)?
* It’s used for …
* You see it …
* It looks like …
* … thing …

The word I’m looking for is the name of an animal.
The word I’m looking for means “strange.”

What do you call the thing we use to cook something quickly?

What’s it used for?

It’s used for hitting things.

You see it in a house.

It looks like a TV.

It’s a thing which has an iron head and a wooden handle.

Unit 10: Communication

Filed under: conversation strategies — richardlstansfield @ 6:18 am

Books closed.

What problems does John have getting through to Sandra?

Answers

Conversation 2: Sandra is on the phone.

Conversation 3: Sandra gets another call and can’t talk.

Conversation 4: John gets the wrong number.

Conversation 5: They have a bad connection.

Conversation 6: They get cut off.

Page 100, Exercise 1, Part B

What do you say when you …

… hear a lot of noise on the line?

–> We have a bad connection.

… start a voice-mail message?

–> Hi, Sandra. This is John.

… ask to speak to someone?

–> Could I speak to Sandra, please?

… call a stranger by mistake?

–> Oh, I’m sorry. I think I have the wrong number.

… want someone to return your call?

–> Call me later, OK?/Call me back.

Beginning a Phone Call

Formal: to a teacher, boss, etc.

–> Could I speak to … (Could I speak to Mr. Smith, please?)
–> This is … (This is Fred Jones.)
–> I hope I’m not bothering you by calling now.
–> I hope I’m not calling at a bad time.
–> I’m calling to … (I’m calling to see if I can meet you in your office.)

Informal, Friendly: to a friend

–> Could I speak to … (Could I speak to Tom?)
–> This is … (This is Ali.)
–> I hope I’m not bothering you (by calling now).
–> I’m calling to …
(I’m calling to see if you can tell me about today’s homework.)
–> I’m calling about … (I’m calling about the homework assignment.)

Direct: to a store, theater, restaurant, hair salon, etc.

–> Could you tell me … (Could you tell me if you sell CDs?)

Ending a Phone Call

Formal: to a teacher, boss, etc.

–> I don’t want to take up any more of your time.
–> Thank you for your help./Thank you very much.

Informal, Friendly: to a friend

–> Thanks a lot.
–> I’d better let you go.

Direct: to a store, theater, restaurant, hair salon, etc.

–> Thanks for the information.

Other Useful Phrases (Direct)

–> I heard about you from a friend of mine.
–> I read in the newspaper that you were having a sale.
–> Could you tell me how much the charge is?
–> Could you tell me if you have/do/fix …

Formal
–> Could I speak to … (Could I speak to Mr. Smith, please?)
–> This is … (This is Fred Jones.)
–> I hope I’m not bothering you by calling now.
–> I hope I’m not calling at a bad time.
–> I’m calling to … (I’m calling to see if I can meet you in your office.)
–> I don’t want to take up any more of your time.
–> Thank you for your help./Thank you very much.

Informal, Friendly: to a friend
–> Could I speak to … (Could I speak to Tom?)
–> This is … (This is Ali.)
–> I hope I’m not bothering you (by calling now).
–> I’m calling to …
(I’m calling to see if you can tell me about today’s homework.)
–> I’m calling about … (I’m calling about the homework assignment.)
–> Thanks a lot.
–> I’d better let you go.

Direct: to a store, theater, restaurant, hair salon, etc.
–> Hello. Cinemax movie theater. How may I help you?
–> Could you tell me … (Could you tell me if you sell CDs?)
–> Thanks for the information.
–> I heard about you from a friend of mine.
–> I read in the newspaper that you were having a sale.
–> Could you tell me how much the charge is?
–> Could you tell me if you have/do/fix …

Other useful phrases

– May I ask who’s calling?
– May I leave a message?
– May I take a message?

Example:

Ken’s mom: Hello?
John: Hello? May I speak to Ken?
Ken’s mom: I’m sorry, but Ken’s not at home. May I ask who’s calling?
John: This is John. I’m a classmate of Ken’s. May I leave a message?
Ken’s mom: Sure.
John: Could you tell him that John called, and that he’s wondering if our teacher gave our class any homework.
Ken’s mom: I’ll tell him.
John: Thanks a lot. Bye.
Ken’s mom: Bye.

Page 102, Exercise 1

Books closed.

Listen and answer the questions.

1. What kind of contest did Maria enter?

2. What did Maria win?

3. Maria asks Lucy if she wants to do something. What?

4. How many times is their conversation interrupted?

interrupt: (verb) to stop an action or activity, usually for a short period of time

Answers

1. Maria entered a photo contest.

2. Maria won a trip to Mexico.

3. Maria asks Lucy if she wants to come with her.

4. Twice.

If your telephone conversation is interrupted, use the phrases below.

Interrupting a Conversation:
* Just a minute/second.
* Excuse me just a second.
* I’m sorry. Hold on (a second).
* Can/Could you hold on a second?

Restarting the Conversation:
* What were you saying?
* You were saying?
* Where were we?
* What were we talking about?

Work with partners. One person is Student A, and the other is Student B. Read the information, then have conversations.
Remember how to: begin a conversation // end a conversation // interrupt a conversation // restart a conversation

Conversation 1

Student A
You are a student named Ann. You are calling your teacher, Mr. Smith. You were absent from class, and so you want to know what the homework was. Begin the conversation with, “Ring, ring.”

Student B
You are Mr. Smith. You are a history teacher. You gave your students homework, which was to read Chapters 9 and 10. While you talk, your dinner begins burning. Interrupt the conversation, and then restart the conversation.

Conversation 2

Student A
You are Maria. You are a student. The teacher told you that the next test will be on Tuesday, December 1st. While you talk, your coffee spills. Interrupt the conversation, and then restart the conversation.

Student B
You are Ali. You are a student. You call your classmate, Maria. You were absent from class, and so you want to know when the next test is. Begin the conversation with, “Ring, ring.”

Conversation 3

Student A
You want to make reservations at a restaurant, for you and your spouse, at seven o’clock. You want to eat at a restaurant that serves cream sauce pasta. You call The European Chef, a restaurant. Begin the conversation with, “Ring, ring.” During the conversation, your dog begins barking. Interrupt the conversation, and then restart the conversation.

Student B
You work at a restaurant, The European Chef. Your restaurant serves many kinds of salad, pizza, and pasta.

Conversation 4

Student A
You are Ji-young, a sexy girl. You like Italian food and romantic comedy movies. During the conversation, a delivery boy arrives at your door with a pizza. Interrupt the conversation, and then restart the conversation.

Student B
You are Michael. You call one of your classmates, Ji-young, to invite her to a movie and/or dinner. Begin the conversation with, “Ring, ring.”

November 14, 2013

Fireworks Festival

Filed under: student presentations — richardlstansfield @ 5:58 am

Firework’s origin is ancient story. Greece, Roma, and Persia used firework. but that nation’s fireworks were used torch, so not same to modern fireworks.

Firework of modern style was start in 13 century. Because gunpowder was invented the moment and fireworks was started to make by gunpowder. Chinese make a firework to fill in a bamboo with gunpowder. They had believed something like ghost, so they used firework to threat ghost. After firework was used to like modern thing. Festival, concert, party etc. but people of the past were not care about environment, so firework’s scale was bigger than today.(1,2,3)

Like other countrys, Korea started fireworks in 15 country. and we will explan korea’s firework now.

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Korea has many famous awesome fire works festival. First is ‘Seoul global fire works festival’. The Seoul global fire works festival is the biggest festival in korea. Seoul spends a lot of money to show the power of Seoul. This festival has special characteristics. first thing is that Seoul held the photo contest . the photos in this contest are taken by people who showed the awesome beautiful fire works. The picture that prized this contest used festival’s poster. Second thing is that this is the world-famous festival. Since the festival is begin with other countrise which want to show thier power, festival named ‘global fire works festival’ (4)

Second festival is ‘ Song Do music fire works festival’ . Song Do is belong to Incheon. Because Incheon loves music, Incheon has many music festival. For example, the rock festival held every year, so many young people love incheon. This fire works festival has music, too. But the festival is first time, so it’s end is not good.(5)

And third festival is ‘Busan Gwang-an-ll fire works festival’ Gwang-an-li is famous as a seaside resort. This is the element that gives more fun and fireworks. People are enjoy swim during the day. and they enjoy fire works at night. and this city has many clubs. So people can play and enjoy the festival all night in the clubs. How can children enjoy this festival? The festival has many street performances like music, painting, tatoo, etc. and 5 years ago , this festival held with ‘star pro- champion-ship contest’. lot of people came to this city. So the festval began to famous.

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How about other countries? Every year March 15 to 19 festival held in Valencia exhibition created 700 sculptures and March 19 St. Joseph’s coming at a time that is burning to celebrate the new spring festival. Unlike korea welcome the new year by the event named Tajong, Europe to start the New Year with fireworks and cheers. Many examples in here, Berlin is biggest outside festival in the world, Amsterdam has festival with ice skating, and Japan starts spring by fireworks. (6)we want to go there with girl friend, if we can.

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3. http://terms.naver.com/entry.nhn?docId=1525093&cid=3278&categoryId=3780
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5. blog.naver.com/pinkmay12/60201852784
6. http://online_tour.blog.me/110148793219

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