Post your Unit 9 Final Project visual presentations in the discussion thread (as attachments). Review and share constructive critique of two (2) other students’ presentations after posting your own.
In the initial post for Unit 10, please post your Unit 9 Final Project visual presentations in the discussion thread (as attachments). Review and share constructive critique of two (2) other students’ presentations after posting your own.
In addition, reflect on the course content. Did you feel like you met the outcomes of the course? What aspect of health promotion program development are you most interested in and why?
Please note that one initial post and at minimum two response posts to classmates are required weekly for a chance at full credit. Please think critically and apply this week’s main concepts in the initial post and extend the discussion with reflection and new ideas in the response posts.
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2. Vocabulary What does she look like? 1 WORD POWER Appearance A Look at these expressions. Can you think of three more words or expressions to describe people? Write them in the box bellow. 9 Page 58 1.
Hair 2. Long brown hair 3. Short blond hair 4. Straight black hair 5. Curly red hair 6. Bald 7. Age 8. Young 9.
Middle aged 10. elderly 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Looks 12. Handsome 13. Good-looking 14. Height 15. Short 16. Fairly short 17. Pretty tall 18. Very tall 19. Beard 20. Mustache 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada
3. 2 CONVERSATION She is very tall. A Listen and practice. Page 59 Pre-listening questions:
1. Look at the picture and describe the people.
2. Who are Randy and Emily talking about?
3. How does Randy describe her?
4. How old is she? B Listen to the rest of the conversation. What else do you learn about Ashley? Vocabulary Gorgeous: Very beautiful 6 feet 2: 188 centimeters Suppose: Think, Imagine, pretend She won’t tell me: She doesn’t want to say Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada
4. 3 GRAMMAR FOCUS Page 59 Describe people neral appearance at does she look like? She’s tall, with red hair. She’s gorgeous. es he wear glasses? Yes, and he has a beard. Age How old is she? She’s about 32. She’s in her thirties. How old is he? He’s in his twenties. Height How tall is she? She’s 1 meter 88. She’s 6 feet 2. How tall is he? He’s quite short.
Hair How long is her hair? It’s medium length. What color is his hair? It’s dark/light brown He has brown hair. A Write questions to match these statements. Then compare with a partner. B Pair work Choose a person in your class.
Don’t tell your partner who it is. Your partner will ask questions to guess the person’s name. A: Is it a man or a woman? B: It’s a man. A: How tall is he? Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada
5. 4 LISTENING Who is it? Page 60 A Listen to descriptions of five people. Number them from 1 to 5. B Listen again. How old is each person. 5 INTERCHANGE 9 Find the differences Compare two pictures of a party.
Go to the back or the book. Student A find interchange 9A; Student B find interchange 9B. 6 WRITING An e-mail describing people A Imagine your e-pal is coming to visit you for the first time.
You and a classmate are meeting him or her at the airport. Write an e-mail describing yourself and your classmate. (Don’t give the classmate’s name.) B Group work Read your e-mail to the group. Can they guess the classmate you are describing? Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada
6. 7 SNAPSHOT Page 61 In the Public eye Fashion on the street Classic (always fashionable) Funky (modern or unusual)Cool and casual Button-down shirt: Belt Slacks Dress shoes: Describe your style Jacket Sweater Cargo pants Tennis shoes Describe your style T-shirt Purse Plaid skirt Striped tights Describe your style Which clothing items do you wear almost every day?
Circle the items. What are three more things you like to wear? What’s your style? Is it classic? Cool and casual? Funky? Something else?Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada
7. 8 CONVERSATION Which one is she Page 61 Focus questions:
1. Where are these people?
2. What are they doing?
3. What are they wearing?
4. What do they look like? Focus questions 2: 1. Where’s Maggie? 2. Where’s Julia? 3. Does Julia know anyone at the party? Vocabulary Couldn’t make it: wasn’t able to come B Listen to the rest of the conversation. Can you label Joe, Michiko, Rosa, and John in the picture? A Listen and practice. Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada
8. 9 GRAMMAR FOCUS Page 62 Modifiers with participles and prepositions Modifier: Is a word or group words which specifies/modifies a noun or pronoun. Exp: He’s the man. — He’s the one. Participle: Is the (ing) form of the verb. Exp: dancing—wearing—-standing—talking Preposition: is a word which is used to show relationship between tow persons, two places, and to things.
Exp: with short black hair. — in jeans. — next to the window. Exps: Ahmad is the one. He is wearing black sunglasses. Ahmad is the one wearing black sunglasses. Akram is the man. He is standing behind the couch. Akram is the man standing behind the couch. Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada
9. 10 PRONUNCIATION Contrastive stress in responses. Page 62 A Rewrite these statements using modifiers with participles or prepositions. Do it in your books with pencil. B Pair work Complete these questions using the names of people in your class. then take turns asking and answering the questions. A Listen and practice.
Notice how the stress changes to emphasize a contrast. A: Is Anthony the one wearing the red shirt? A: Is Judy the woman on the couch? B: No, he’s the one wearing the black shirt.
B: No, Diana is the woman on the couch. B Mark the stress changes in these conversations. Listen and check. Then practice the conversations. A: Is Britney the one sitting next to Katy?
A: Is Donald the one on the couch? B: No, she’s the one standing next to Katy. B: No, he’s the one behind the couch.Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada
10. 11 READING 1. ________________________ 2. ________________________ 3. ________________________ What hip-hop fashion do you know? Scan the article to find three fashions. Page 63 Vocabulary Hip-hop : a type urban music with strong beats.
Common look: a similar appearance Urban: from big cities Beat: Musical rhythm Loose-fitting: very large and baggy Baggy pants: fitting loosely Sweatshirts: a shirt with long sleeves Hiking boots: boots worn for hiking African-American kids: related to U.S children Trendy: very fashionable Popularity: style that is popular at a particular T Sensation: popular trend, hit Pride and joy: something to be proud of Performer: person who performs for audience Backward: opposite to the usual direction Detroit and Chicago: cities in the Midwestern U.S Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada
11. 11 READING Page 63 A Read the article. Find the words in italics in the article. Then match each word with its meaning. B Answering these questions. C Pair work Which hip-hop fashions do you like? Which do you dislike? Workbook Exercise 7-11 on pages 52-54 Developed by: Abdul Khaliq Sahibzada