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Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
Olympic Friendship #2
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  • 1. Inventions! Which Seven inventions am I thinking about?
  • 2. ` Air plane, Tape, Bicycle, Black board, Chalk, Clock, Eiffel Tower, Electric Iron, Eraser, Footwear, Pen, Glass, The Internet, Microwave Oven, Microscope, Mop, MP3 player, Piano, Pencil, Personal Computer, Printer, Radio, Robot, Scissors, Stapler, Telephone, Telescope, Television, Train, Trash can, Umbrella, Van, Washing Machine, Waste Basket, X-ray, Yo-yo, Zoo.
  • 3. 1) Mop
  • 4. ` Air plane, Tape, Bicycle, Black board, Chalk, Clock, Eiffel Tower, Electric Iron, Eraser, Footwear, Pen, Glass, The Internet, Microwave Oven, Microscope, Mop , MP3 player, Piano, Pencil, Personal Computer, Printer, Radio, Robot, Scissors, Stapler, Telephone, Telescope, Television, Train, Trash can, Umbrella, Van, Washing Machine, Waste Basket, X-ray, Yo-yo, Zoo.
  • 5. 2) Robot
  • 6. ` Air plane, Tape, Bicycle, Black board, Chalk, Clock, Eiffel Tower, Electric Iron, Eraser, Footwear, Pen, Glass, The Internet, Microwave Oven, Microscope, Mop , MP3 player, Piano, Pencil, Personal Computer, Printer, Radio, Robot , Scissors, Stapler, Telephone, Telescope, Television, Train, Trash can, Umbrella, Van, Washing Machine, Waste Basket, X-ray, Yo-yo, Zoo.
  • 7. 3) X-ray
  • 8. ` Air plane, Tape, Bicycle, Black board, Chalk, Clock, Eiffel Tower, Electric Iron, Eraser, Footwear, Pen, Glass, The Internet, Microwave Oven, Microscope, Mop , MP3 player, Piano, Pencil, Personal Computer, Printer, Radio, Robot , Scissors, Stapler, Telephone, Telescope, Television, Train, Trash can, Umbrella, Van, Washing Machine, Waste Basket, X-ray , Yo-yo, Zoo.
  • 9. 4) An Eraser
  • 10. ` Air plane, Tape, Bicycle, Black board, Chalk, Clock, Eiffel Tower, Electric Iron, Eraser , Footwear, Pen, Glass, The Internet, Microwave Oven, Microscope, Mop , MP3 player, Piano, Pencil, Personal Computer, Printer, Radio, Robot , Scissors, Stapler, Telephone, Telescope, Television, Train, Trash can, Umbrella, Van, Washing Machine, Waste Basket, X-ray , Yo-yo, Zoo.
  • 11. 5) Bicycle
  • 12. ` Air plane, Tape, Bicycle , Black board, Chalk, Clock, Eiffel Tower, Electric Iron, Eraser , Footwear, Pen, Glass, The Internet, Microwave Oven, Microscope, Mop , MP3 player, Piano, Pencil, Personal Computer, Printer, Radio, Robot , Scissors, Stapler, Telephone, Telescope, Television, Train, Trash can, Umbrella, Van, Washing Machine, Waste Basket, X-ray , Yo-yo, Zoo.
  • 13. 6) Umbrella
  • 14. ` Air plane, Tape, Bicycle , Black board, Chalk, Clock, Eiffel Tower, Electric Iron, Eraser , Footwear, Pen, Glass, The Internet, Microwave Oven, Microscope, Mop , MP3 player, Piano, Pencil, Personal Computer, Printer, Radio, Robot , Scissors, Stapler, Telephone, Telescope, Television, Train, Trash can, Umbrella , Van, Washing Machine, Waste Basket, X-ray , Yo-yo, Zoo.
  • 15. 7) Train
  • 16. The End
  • 17. Olympic Friendship Lesson #2 of Five
  • 18. Reading p214 <ul><li>On his second attempt, he overstepped the takeoff board, fouling again. The red flag went up a second time. </li></ul>
  • 19. Reading p214 <ul><li>Only one jump left! He couldn’t afford to foul again, or he’d be eliminated from the finals. Jesse was too nervous. </li></ul>
  • 20. Reading p214 <ul><li>He walked in small circles, trying to remain calm, while other jumpers took their turns. Unexpectedly, he felt a hand on his shoulder. </li></ul>
  • 21. Reading p214 <ul><li>It was Lutz Long, the German track star, who was supposed to be Jesse’s main rival. </li></ul><ul><li>“ Hello, Jesse Owens. What has taken your goat?” </li></ul>
  • 22. Reading p214 <ul><li>said Lutz with a German accent, using an expression Jesse hadn’t heard before but found funny nonetheless. </li></ul>
  • 23. Reading p214 <ul><li>“ Nothing,” said Jesse, smiling. He suddenly liked this man who was supposed to be his enemy. “You know how it is.” </li></ul>
  • 24. Reading p214 <ul><li>“ Yes, but I also know that you are a better jumper than this. Is it what Hitler did that annoys you?” </li></ul><ul><li>Jesse shrugged, not knowing what to say. </li></ul>
  • 25. Comprehension Questions <ul><li>Why did the red flag go up a second time? </li></ul><ul><li>The red flag went up a second time because Jesse had overstepped the takeoff board again. </li></ul>
  • 26. Comprehension Questions <ul><li>2) What were Lutz Longs’ words that Jesse had never heard? </li></ul><ul><li>Jesse had never heard the expression “What has taken your goat?” </li></ul>
  • 27. Grammar check p218 <ul><li>B) 다음은 long jump preliminary 에서 Owens 가 저음 보인 행동을 기술한 글입니다 . 완성해 봅시다 . </li></ul>
  • 28. Grammar check p218 <ul><li>In his ______ jumps, Owens _______ twice. The first time, he thought he was doing a __________ jump. But the German official called it a foul. Owens fouled on his second attempt because he overstepped the _________ board. </li></ul>three fouled practice take off
  • 29. Grammar check p218 <ul><li>It all happened because he was upset by a reporter’s words about ________ absence. </li></ul>Hitler's
  • 30. Grammar check p218 <ul><li>C) Owens 의 long jump 결선 진출에 관한 다음 진솔에서 빈칸에 들어갈 적절한 말을 봅시다 . </li></ul>
  • 31. Grammar check p218 <ul><li>Jesse followed Lutz’s advice which turned out to be very helpful in gaining a place in the _________. </li></ul><ul><li>Preliminaries </li></ul><ul><li>Finals </li></ul><ul><li>200 meter race </li></ul><ul><li>Long jump heat. </li></ul>
  • 32. Words and Expressions p214 <ul><li>Afford: (verb-used with an object) </li></ul><ul><li>To be able to do. </li></ul><ul><li>“ He couldn’t afford to foul again.” </li></ul><ul><li>(p214) </li></ul>
  • 33. I can afford to miss the train.
  • 34. I can’t afford to miss my wife’s birthday!
  • 35. Words and Expressions p214 <ul><li>Eliminate: (Verb) To destroy or delete. </li></ul><ul><li>“ He couldn’t afford to foul again, or he’d be eliminated .” (p214) </li></ul>
  • 36. Words and Expressions p214 <ul><li>Rival: (Noun) A person, organization or team that competes with another for a prize. </li></ul><ul><li>“ Lutz Long was supposed to be Jesse’s main rival .” </li></ul><ul><li>(P214) </li></ul>
  • 37. Romantic Rivals.
  • 38. Words and Expressions p214 <ul><li>Nonetheless: (adverb) However, despite that. </li></ul><ul><li>“ An expression Jesse hadn’t heard before but found funny nonetheless .” </li></ul><ul><li>(P214) </li></ul>
  • 39. Words and Expressions p214 <ul><li>Shrug: To raise the shoulders in a gesture of doubt. </li></ul><ul><li>“ Jesse shrugged , not knowing what to say.” </li></ul><ul><li>(P214) </li></ul>
  • 40. A shrug
  • 41. The End.

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