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Science Sample

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Scientifically Speaking
Contents
Introduction
1
Interview sheet; Learning a language; Find someone who\u2026
Unit 1: Description and Definition

5
Introduction to description; The sun and other stars;
Questions for discussion; Descriptions; Definitions;
Practice with numbers

Unit 2: Classification

10
Introduction to classification; Classification activity;
The periodic table; Classification project

Unit 3: Describing How Things Work
17
The fridge and the solar system; Oral presentation/quiz
Unit 4: Nuclear Technology

19
Discussion questions; Nuclear power; The Chernobyl disaster;
The fusion solution; China syndrome; Bomb shelter;

A new world
Unit 5: Our Fragile Environment

33
Preliminary discussion; The ozone layer; Global warming;
The greenhouse effect; A strip story; Another point of view;
Reducing CO2 at a profit; WWF World Wildlife Fund

Unit 6: Science Fiction

85
Introduction to evaluation; Reading movie reviews;
Which came first \u2013 the chicken or the egg?; Mad scientists;
Writing movie reviews; Sci-fi movie scripts

Unit 7: Cause and Effect

85
Introduction to cause & effect; High blood pressure;
Chernobyl cause-effect; Cause-effect flowcharts

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Unit 8: Computers

90
Computer dating; Find someone who\u2026; The internet; Computer
company; Job interviews; Computer games;
Computer match

Appendixes
A1-10
Notes
103
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Scientifically Speaking
Introduction: Learning a Language
Do you agree or disagree with these statements? Why?
A/D
1. It is best not to speak because you might make a mistake in front of people.
2. You should be corrected every time you make a mistake.
3.You will never learn a language unless you try and speak.
4.You speak more English when you are in groups.
5. The best way to learn a language is one-on-one with a Native speaker.
6. The best way to learn a language is going to the country where it is spoken.

7.You cannot learn English from non-Native speaking classmates.
8.If you work in pairs you will learn only bad English.
9.You cannot learn English from movies or TV.

10.The best dialect to learn is American English.
11.Reading the Korea Times or Korea Herald will improve your English.
12.If you speak a lot of English you can learn the grammar as you go along.
13.You can learn to speak a language just by learning grammatical rules.
14.It is important to understand the meaning of every new word you read or hear.
15.Every time you meet a new word you should look in up in the dictionary.
16.It is easier for children to learn language.
Learning New Words
1. How do you remember new words? What other ways are there?
2.When you record new words, do you put them in groups, in alphabetical order or as
they occur in the book?
3.Do you write sentences with the new words in them?
4. Apart form the meaning of a word, what other information can a dictionary give you?
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