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  • 1. Reading p217
    • After the competition had ended for the day, Jesse met Lutz in his room. They talked late into the night.
  • 2. Reading p217
    • They discovered that they shared many things. Their backgrounds were similar. Both were from poor families.
  • 3. Olympic Friendship Lesson #5 of Five
  • 4. Reading p217
    • Like Jesse, Lutz had a wife and a child. Jesse learned that Lutz didn’t believe in Hitler’s ideas and prejudices.
  • 5. Reading p217
    • If Germany went to war, however, Lutz told Jesse, he would have to fight for his country-not because he agreed with Hitler, but because, he loved his country.
  • 6. Reading p217
    • Jesse and Lutz’s friendship endured long after the 1936 Olympic games had ended. In a letter to Jesse from Africa, shortly before Lutz was killed in action, Lutz asked Jesse to visit him and his family in Germany after the war.
  • 7. Reading p217
    • Somehow, sensing that he would not survive the next battle, Lutz asked Jesse to tell his son about their Olympic friendship and about the kind of man his father had been.
  • 8. Reading p217
    • In 1963, Jesse returned to Berlin and met Karl Long, Lutz’s son, fulfilling the promise that he had made so many years before.
  • 9. Comprehension Questions
    • What were some of the things Jesse and Lutz shared?
    • Jesse and Lutz shared similar backgrounds. They were from poor families, and they both had a wife and child.
  • 10. Comprehension Questions
    • 2) In his last letter to Jesse, what did Lutz ask Jesse to do?
    • In his last letter, Lutz asked Jesse to visit him and his wife in Germany. Lutz also asked Jesse to tell Lutz’s son about their Olympic friendship, and the kind of man Lutz was.
  • 11. Words and Expressions p217.
    • Prejudice: To judge someone or an idea without knowledge.
    • “ Jesse learned that Lutz didn’t believe in Hitler’s ideas or prejudices.” (p217)
  • 12. Words and Expressions p217.
    • Fulfill: To bring to an end. To complete .
    • “ Jesse returned to Berlin and met Karl Long, Lutz’s son, fulfilling the promise.” (p217)
  • 13. I want to fulfill my dream, and live in a house, next to the water.
  • 14. WORD POWER Page 220
  • 15. Word Power
    • Out-
    • Distance-Outdistance Live-Outlive
    • Shine-Outshine Grow-Outgrow
    • 2) Re-
    • Measure-Remeasure Read-Reread
    • Arrange-Rearrange Write-Rewrite
  • 16. Word Power
    • 3) –ition
    • Compete-Competition Repeat-Repetition
  • 17.
    • 주어진 말을 문맥에 맞게 변형하여 써 봅시다 .
    • 1) Mark grew too tall for his clothes. He _________ them. (grow)
    • 2) Please correct your essay. Try to avoid the _________ of slang words.
    • (repeat)
    • 3) You must _______ your report. There are too many mistakes in it. (write)
    outgrew repetition rewrite
  • 18. Useful Expressions P220.
  • 19.
    • 1. Walk out on.
    • Is it true that Hitler walked out on you?
    • 2. Late into the night.
    • Jesse and Lutz talked late into the night.
    • 3. Fight for.
    • If Germany went to war, he would have to fight for his country.
  • 20. 위의 표현을 써서 아래 문장의 이탤릭체 부분을 다시 써 봅시다 .
    • 1. The Korean people began to fight to achieve the independence of their country.
    • 2. You can’t leave me suddenly like this!
    • 3. Worried about the competition, I couldn’t get to sleep until it was late at night .
    to fight for walk out on me late into the night
  • 21. Structure in use! p221
  • 22.
    • 1. Jesse shrugged, not knowing what to say.
    • = Jesse shrugged because he did not know what to say.
    • 2. No sooner had the final long jump competition begun than it became a hard-fought duel between them.
  • 23. 주어진 표현을 써서 문장을 다시 써 봅시다 .
    • 1) He turned on some music because he did not find anything else to do. (not finding-)
    • _____________________________________
    • 2) As soon as I spoke, the audience broke into laughter. (no sooner-than)
    • _____________________________________
    He turned on some music "not finding"....... No sooner had I spoken than the audience....
  • 24. 주어진 표현을 써서 문장을 다시 써 봅시다 .
    • 3) No sooner had she given the tree a shake than a bird flew off the top branch. (as soon as)
    • _____________________________________
    As soon as she gave the tree a shake....
  • 25. Structure in Context P221 (help me!)
  • 26.
    • Long was ready to fight for his country, not because he agreed with Hitler but because he loved his country.
    • 빈칸에 알맞은 말을 써 넣어 글을 완성해 봅시다 .
  • 27.
    • I decided to become a member of the swimming club, not because I was a good swimmer, but because _______________.
    • My father usually rides his bicycle to work instead of driving, not because _________________________________
    • _____________________________
    I love to swim. he can't drive, but because he loves to ride his bicycle.
  • 28. The End! Yeah!