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1 Unit 2. Fraud motive : something (as a need or desire) that causes a person to act ex) I think he's guilty of the crime. He had the motive, the means, and the opportunity. impersonate : to assume or act the character of ex) He was arrested for impersonating a police officer. deception : the act of deceiving ex) She accuses the company of willful deception in its advertising. Background and Vocabulary

2 Unit 2. Fraud impress : to affect especially forcibly or deeply : gain the admiration or interest of ex) Her honesty impressed us. con : something (as a ruse) used deceptively to gain another's confidence; also : a confidence game suspicious : tending to arouse suspicion ex) We were instructed to report any suspicious activity in the neighborhood. fake : : made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive ex) The concert ticket is fake. Background and Vocabulary

3 Unit 2. Fraud con man: 신용사기꾼 (confidence man, swindler) Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

4 Unit 2. Fraud Frank William Abagnale, Jr. (born April 27, 1948) is an American security consultant best known for his history as a formerconfidence trickster, cheque forger, skilled impostor, and escape artist. He became notorious in the 1960s for successfully passing US$2.5 million worth of meticulously forged checks across 26 countries over the course of five years, beginning when he was 16 years old. In the process, he claimed to have assumed no fewer than eight separate identities, successfully impersonated an airline pilot, a doctor, a Bureau of Prisons agent, and a lawyer. He escaped from police custody twice (once from a taxiing airliner and once from a US federal penitentiary), all before he was 21 years old. Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

5 Unit 2. Fraud Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

6 Unit 2. Fraud Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

7 Unit 2. Fraud roles: 역할들 cash: 현금으로 바꾸다 false checks: 위조 수표 (forged check) motive: 동기, 행위의 원인 [have + 목적어 + 동사원형 ] ex) I had my secretary typewrite the draft. 나는 비서에게 원고를 타자시켰다. ex) He had his shoes shined. 그는 구두를 닦았다.  1st Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

8 Unit 2. Fraud impersonate: ~ 를 사칭하다, ~ 인 체하다 phony: 엉터리, 엉터리의 flight attendant: 비행승무원 luxury apartment community( 고급스런 공동주택 커 뮤니티 ): area with very expensive and comfortable apartments Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

9 Unit 2. Fraud Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

10 Unit 2. Fraud in advance: 미리 application: 신청서 become friends with A: A 와 친구가 되다 ; change seats convince: 확신시키다 temporary supervisor: 임시 감독관 be in charge of A: A 를 맡고 있다, A 담당이다 Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

11 Unit 2. Fraud when faced with = when he was faced with: ① when he was faced with a life-or-death situation ~ ② being faced with a life-or-death situation ~ ③ when faced with a life-or-death situation ~ Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

12 Unit 2. Fraud life-or-death: 생사에 관계되는, 지극히 중요한 (life-and-death) deception: 사기 innocent: 천진한, 순진무구한 Still: 그러나, 그럼에도 불구하고 leaving = ‘quitting’ paycheck: 급료지불수표  2nd Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

13 Unit 2. Fraud impress: ~ 에게 인상을 주다 state attorney: 주 ( 지방 ) 검사 a fake transcript: 위조 성적증명서 genuine: 진짜의 specific: 구체적인 suspicious: 의심스러운, A 를 의심하는 (~ of A) honesty: 정직 ex)Honesty pays. ( 격언 ) 정직해서 손해 없다.  3rd Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

14 Unit 2. Fraud head to(for) A: A 로 나아가다 ( 향하다 ), where: and there be ∼ ed with A: A 로 인상을 받다 false letters of recommendation: 위조 추천서 making sure to stay one chapter ahead of the students: ‘ 반드시 학생들보다 한 챕터 앞서 나가있으면서 ’  4th Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

15 Unit 2. Fraud authorities: 정부 당국 ; authority: 권위 check fraud: 수표사기 federal prison: 연방 교도소  5th Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

16 Unit 2. Fraud release: 석방, 발표 ( 발매 ) entry-level: 초보적인, 견습적인 background: 전력, 경력 ‘instead’ 가 ‘decided’ 와 ‘to’ 사이에 삽입되었다. offer one's services: 봉사하다 FBI Financial Crimes Unit: FBI 금융범죄 전담팀 specialize in A: A 를 전문으로 다루다  6th Reading One: Catch Me If You Can: The Frank Abagnale Story

17 Unit 2. Fraud seemingly: 외견상으로, 겉보기에는 >> apparently answering machine: 자동 응답기 Dodge Ram pickup payment past due on the loan: 대출 납입기한이 지난 할부금 Reading Two : The Michelle Brown Story – Identity Theft

18 Unit 2. Fraud Reading Two : The Michelle Brown Story – Identity Theft

19 Unit 2. Fraud credit analyst( 신용분석사 ): a bank employee who studies customs' bill-paying records people found her fun to be around: ‘ 그녀 주위에 있을 때 그들은 즐거움을 느꼈다.’ how she was too nice: ‘ 어찌나 그녀가 매우 멋진 지 ’ Ever since ~: ~ 이래로 줄곧 ( 항상 ) [like + 목적어 + to 부정사 ] ex) 남자 아이들은 활달한게 좋다. I like boys to be lively. Reading Two : The Michelle Brown Story – Identity Theft

20 Unit 2. Fraud return the call: 화답 전화를 하다 there must have been a mistake: ‘ 착오가 있었음 에 틀림없다 ’ there is a mistake: 착오가 있다. there must be a mistake: 착오가 있음에 틀림없다. credit application: 신용 대출 신청서 The phone numbers on the credit application weren't working: ‘ 소용이 없었다.’ beyond a doubt: ‘ 의심의 여지없이 ’ stun: 깜짝 놀라게 하다 ; be stunned = be extremely shocked or surprised Reading Two : The Michelle Brown Story – Identity Theft

21 Unit 2. Fraud credit reporting agencies( 신용정보제공기관 ): fishy: 수상한, 의심스러운 (questionable, suspicious) put a fraud alert on her credit: ‘ 신용보고서에 라는 문구를 기입하다 ’ the Division of Motor Vehicles: 차량국 ; 우리나라 로 치면 건설교통부에 해당한다. learned = knew issue: 발급하다, 발행하다 a Michelle Brown: ‘Michelle Brown 이라는 어떤 사람 ’ Reading Two : The Michelle Brown Story – Identity Theft

22 Unit 2. Fraud delinquent: 체납되어있는 liposuction treatment: 지방흡인술 afraid to 부정사 : 겁이 나서 ~ 하기를 주저하는 await = wait for; awake = wake up arrest warrant: 체포 영장 charge: 혐의 conspiracy: 모의, 공모 Reading Two : The Michelle Brown Story – Identity Theft

23 Unit 2. Fraud closet: 장롱 의문문 속 관계대명사는 ‘that’ 으로 ex) 저 탑을 지은 건축가는 누구입니까 ? that Who is the architect that built that tower? pick: 골라잡다 Reading Two : The Michelle Brown Story – Identity Theft

24 Unit 2. Fraud Consequences of Fraud Impersonati on(R1) Identity Theft(R2) Financial a, d, j g, h, k Emotional and psychological c, f, i b, e, l Integrating

25 Unit 2. Fraud NounVerbAdjectiveAdverb 1.deception deceivedeceptivedeceptively 2. duplication duplicateduplicateX 3. fakery fakefakeX 4. fraud Xfraudulentfraudulently 5. honesty Xhonesthonestly 6. impersonation impersonateXX 7. motive motivatemotivatedX Expand

26 Unit 2. Fraud I had a bad experience with a man who practiced fraudulent medicine.I had a bad experience with a man who practiced fraudulent medicine. Making money motivated him.Making money motivated him. Not many people understood that he was a fake.Not many people understood that he was a fake. I wasn’t the only person that he deceived.I wasn’t the only person that he deceived. He wasn’t a real doctor, but his impersonation was good.He wasn’t a real doctor, but his impersonation was good. He had made a duplicate of someone else’s medical license.He had made a duplicate of someone else’s medical license. Rewriting

27 Unit 2. Fraud [ 단순 과거와 과거 진행 ] 단순 과거 1. 과거 어느 한 시점에서 단발적으로 발생하는 행동, 사건, 상황 표 현 과거 진행 2. 과거 어느 한 시점에서 발생하는 지속적인 행동 표현 / 구체적인 시간표현과 함께 부대 상황 while 과거 진행 + 과거 진행 or 과거 진행 + while 단순 과거 Grammar 단순 과거 과거 진행

28 Unit 2. Fraud 2. ~ while my neighbors were relaxing at home on Sunday. 3. ~when my neighbors answered their door. 4. ~when they took the checks to the bank 4. ~when they took the checks to the bank. Grammar

29 Unit 2. Fraud 3. ~while they were adding the “H” or ~while they added the “H.” 4. ~when a bank clerk finally became suspicious of what they were doing. 5. ~, the police arrested the two men. 6. ~while I was watching the news on TV. Grammar

30 Unit 2. Fraud Your task : Writing a paragraph describing an experience with fraud, yours or that of someone you know. Writing

31 Unit 2. Fraud 1.What happened in this experience? 2.Why was this experience a fraud? 3.What were the concequences? 4.How did you or the other feel after this experience? Why? Writing

32 Unit 2. Fraud Describing an experience  Telling a story about something happened I. Read the paragraph and answer the questions. Writing

33 Unit 2. Fraud I. Read the paragraph and answer the questions. Writing

34 Unit 2. Fraud 1.What is the topic sentence of this paragraph? When my friend went to a car repair service, it was the worst experience of his life. Writing

35 Unit 2. Fraud 2. How does the writer support the topic sentence? The writer support the topic sentence presenting three sequential experiences of his friend and a concluding sentence. Writing

36 Unit 2. Fraud II. Discuss the questions. What idea topic sentence 1.What kind of experience was this? What idea is expressed in the topic sentence? support this idea details 2. How do the following sentences support this idea? Do they include positive or negative details? related to the topic sentence 3. What happened at the end? How is the concluding sentence related to the topic sentence? Writing

37 Unit 2. Fraud Coherence! Writing

38 Unit 2. Fraud III. Writing the topic sentence of your paragraph  refer to p. 33 Writing

39 Unit 2. Fraud IV. Writing the first draft A topic sentence (explaining what kind of experience you had) Supporting sentences (providing details that support the topic sentence) A Concluding sentence (telling what happened at the end) Writing

40 Unit 2. Fraud One main idea expressed in One topic sentence Writing

41 Unit 2. Fraud Clarity! Writing

42 Unit 2. Fraud I.Read the paragraphs. Underline the topic sentences. wastedfraudulent 1.My sister wasted a lot of money on a fraudulent weight loss product. had a bad experience with who 2.I had a bad experience with a dentist who promised to make my teeth look white. Writing

43 Unit 2. Fraud II. Choose the best topic sentence for each paragraph. 1.My friend was cheated by an Internet con man. 2.I experienced identity theft at the gym. 3.My sister was confused by the advice of a fraudulent doctor. Writing

44 Unit 2. Fraud III. Rewrite the topic sentence for each paragraph Writing

45 Unit 2. Fraud Coherence&Clarity Writing

46 Unit 2. Fraud Writing

47 Unit 2. Fraud Writing


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