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1 ACS 106 LANGUAGE LEADER / PRE-INTERMEDIATE

2 UNIT 7 : SCIENCE  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nvP_ZJCo6E http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nvP_ZJCo6E

3 UNIT 7 : SCIENCE

4 Is it a documentary or drama? What do you expect to see in this drama? What is the name of this TV series? What does CSI stand for?

5 UNIT 7 : SCIENCE What is the relationship between crime and science? How is science applied in CSI?

6 7.1. CRIME LAB

7 VOCABULARY

8 7.1. CRIME LAB VOCABULARY Fingerprints (n)

9 7.1. CRIME LAB VOCABULARY investigator (n) : One, especially a detective, who investigates.

10 7.1. CRIME LAB VOCABULARY analyse (v) : to examine in detail in order to discover meaning, essential features, etc analyst (n) : one who analyses analysis (n)

11 7.1. CRIME LAB VOCABULARY Evidence (n) : A thing or things helpful in forming a conclusion or judgment

12 7.1. CRIME LAB VOCABULARY Crime (n) : an act prohibited and punished by law Commit a crime (v phr)

13 7.1. CRIME LAB VOCABULARY scene (n) : The place where an action or event occurs Crime scene

14 7.1. CRIME LAB VOCABULARY burglary (n) : entering a building or other premises with the intent to commit theft

15 7.1. CRIME LAB VOCABULARY reveal (v) : To make known (something concealed or secret)

16 7.1. CRIME LAB VOCABULARY discover (v) : To learn something about Solve (v) : clear up or explain something puzzling or unintelligible = decipher

17 7.1. CRIME LAB

18 READING 1. Match the captions with the photos A-C

19 7.1. CRIME LAB READING 2a. Read the two television programme reviews. Which is a documentary? Which is a drama? Which would you watch?

20 7.1. CRIME LAB READING 2a. Read the texts again & answer these questions.

21 7.1. CRIME LAB READING 3. Find verbs in the texts that mean : Find the answer to a problem SOLVE

22 7.1. CRIME LAB READING 3. Find verbs in the texts that mean : Find or learn something that you didn’t know about before DISCOVER

23 7.1. CRIME LAB READING 3. Find verbs in the texts that mean : Show sth that you couldn’t see before REVEAL

24 7.1. CRIME LAB READING 3. Find verbs in the texts that mean : Examine sth carefully in order to understand it ANALYSE

25 7.1. CRIME LAB READING 3. Find verbs in the texts that mean : Break the law COMMIT (a crime)

26 7.1. CRIME LAB READING

27 7.1. CRIME LAB LISTENING 4A. Listen to an interview between Iris Battle ( a forensic scientist) and a researcher for the documentary programme.

28 7.1. CRIME LAB LISTENING 5. Discuss these questions in small groups Have you seen TV programmes like Crime Lab or CSI- the reality? Did you enjoy them? How do the police use science and tech in your country? Think about : DNA CCTV cameras speed cameras ID cards Would you like a career connected with science or technology? Why / why not?

29 7.1. CRIME LAB You must turn your phone off during the lesson. Law? Necessity? GRAMMAR

30 7.1. CRIME LAB You have to get a visa to visit the USA. Law? Necessity? GRAMMAR

31 7.1. CRIME LAB Law ? Necessity ? You have to stop at red lightYou must drive carefully.

32 7.1. CRIME LAB You mustn’t take anything from the crime scene. NOT necessary to do ? Necessary NOT to do ? GRAMMAR

33 7.1. CRIME LAB You don’t have to study laws to be a scientist. NOT necessary to do ? Necessary NOT to do ? GRAMMAR

34 7.1. CRIME LAB Not necessary ? Not allowed ? You don’t have to use your mobile phone- use my office phone You mustn’t use your mobile phone in the cinema.

35 7.1. CRIME LAB GRAMMAR MUSTHAVE TO

36 7.1. CRIME LAB BRAINSTORMING TIME SPEAKING & WRITING Write down 10 things that you have to or mustn’t do in your life. work study home Free time activities

37 7.1. CRIME LAB DISCUSSION TIME SPEAKING & WRITING Compare your list with a partner. Agree on the five most annoying things that you both have to do

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39 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

40 What questions did he try to answer? What did he study?

41 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utNQe7ZPH0Y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utNQe7ZPH0Y  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRzkn592b1w http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRzkn592b1w

42 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING SPEAKING & VOCABULARY : science Which of these subjects do you consider to be the most scientific ? (1= the most scientific / 8= the least scientific )

43 Biology (n) : the science of life and of living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, and distribution VOCABULARY 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

44 Astronomy (n) : The scientific study of matter in outer space VOCABULARY 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

45 History (n) : The branch of knowledge that records and analyzes past events VOCABULARY 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

46 Physics (n) : The science of matter and energy and of interactions between the two, VOCABULARY 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

47 Chemistry (n) : The science of the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter, especially of atomic and molecular systems VOCABULARY 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

48 Medicine (n) : The science of diagnosing, treating, or preventing disease and other damage to the body or mind VOCABULARY 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

49 SPEAKING & VOCABULARY : science Is science one of the most important school subjects? Are most science lessons at school boring?

50 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING READING 2a. Look at this webpage about Stephen Hawking. Why is he famous?

51 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING READING 2a. Look at this webpage about Stephen Hawking. Why is he famous?

52 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING VOCABULARY Nouns, adjectives and verbs with prepositions

53 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING VOCABULARY Nouns, adjectives and verbs with prepositions : 4a

54 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING VOCABULARY Nouns, adjectives and verbs with prepositions : 4b

55 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING VOCABULARY Nouns, adjectives and verbs with prepositions

56 The doctors had to operate to save his life Present ? Past ? Necessity? Law? GRAMMAR NECESSITY IN THE PAST 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

57 We didn’t have to pay for the tickets- they were free GRAMMAR Not necessary In The Past 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

58 I could run fast when I was younger. Present ? Past ? Necessity? Ability ? GRAMMAR ABILITY IN THE PAST 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

59 I couldn’t finidh the book –it was really difficult. GRAMMAR NOT ABLE TO DO IN THE PAST 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

60 GRAMMAR 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

61 DISCUSSION TIME SPEAKING I’m interested in the lastest scientific developments Science has made modern life healthier and more comfortable My government should spend more money on scientific research and less on other things Science and technology can solve any problem More women should work in the field of science 7.2. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN HAWKING

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63 7.3. SCENARIO : Ideas & Innovations PREPARATION http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh9JMrCzcf4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJxNjkp_Zkg

64 7.3. SCENARIO : Ideas & Innovations PREPARATION http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh9JMrCzcf4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJxNjkp_Zkg

65 7.3. SCENARIO : Ideas & Innovations PREPARATION The theory of relativity molecules infinity The printing press vaccinations genetics Levers and pulleys psychoanalysis Biology & Chemistry Engineering & Mechanics Physics & Mathematics Medicine & Psychology

66 More discoveries More theories More inventions 7.3. SCENARIO : Ideas & Innovations PREPARATION

67 The most important inventions & scientific discoveries of the last thousand years 7.3. SCENARIO : Ideas & Innovations SITUATION Ideas & Innovations

68 7.3. SCENARIO : Ideas & Innovations SITUATION Ideas & Innovations Listen and do the exercises !

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70 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS STUDY SKILLS : making notes / 1 WHEN and WHY do you make notes?

71 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS STUDY SKILLS : making notes / 2 Anisha: Student mentor Shannon What advice does she give her?

72 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS STUDY SKILLS : making notes / 3a.b Problems for women in science in the UK?

73 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS STUDY SKILLS : making notes / 4a.b Note-taking strategies? http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature =endscreen&v=UAhRf3U50lM

74 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS STUDY SKILLS : making notes / 4a.b Note-taking strategies? Mind-maping

75 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS STUDY SKILLS : making notes / 4a.b Note-taking strategies? Mind-maping

76 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS STUDY SKILLS : making notes / 4a.b Note-taking strategies? Sequential order

77 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS STUDY SKILLS : making notes / 4a.b Note-taking strategies? Sequential order

78 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS WRITING SKILLS : describing charts Which information can you find in this chart?

79 7.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLS WRITING SKILLS : describing charts What do these words mean?


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