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  • 1. Chapter 7, Part 3 and 4 Intermediate English WTUC March 16, 2007
  • 2. Persuading and Giving In
    • Of cause and effect relationship
    • Expressions used to strengthen arguments, p 99
    • Giving in
    • Accepting an offer, p99
    • Reluctantly accepting an offer, p 100
  • 3. Listening to People Persuading and Giving In, p 101
    • Japan
    • To set up a factory in an American town
    • The mayor and another town official
    • Local people and a few Japanese people in management positions
    • Both local people and Japanese personnel
    • There is no waste or noise pollution
  • 4. p101
    • 7. The mayor is worried that the people in his town won’t like the Japanese management system and that the company’s product may not sell well in the US.
    • 8. Top dollar for use of the land by the railroad tracks. (Note: Land near railroad tracks is usually not considered valuable land.
    • 9. Yes
  • 5. Listening for Expressions for Persuading and Giving In
    • Giving In
    • I’m sold!
    • You’ve talked me into it!
    • Persuading
    • Not only that
    • Not to mention the fact
    • What’s more and I might add
  • 6. Listening for Expressions Introducing Persuasive Arguments
    • Part 2
    • They feel that management style is more suite to modern industrial production than the American management style.
    • Part 1
    • In addition
    • Furthermore
    • In fact
  • 7. Focus on Testing
    • D
    • A
    • C
    • B
    • D
    • C
  • 8. Video: Telecommuting [1]
    • They’re more relaxed.
    • They don’t have to get dressed up.
    • They save on dry cleaning bills.
    • They avoid stressful commute.
  • 9. Telecommuting [2]
    • It saves the company money.
    • Managers are allowed to rate their employees solely on what they produce, not on their attendance record at the office.
  • 10. Watch again, p106 [1]
    • Number of teleworkers
    • Average yearly mileage driven by an employee
    • How much money a company can save in a year by having one employee telework one day a week
    • How many dollars it costs to drive 12,000 or 13,000 miles a year
  • 11. Watch again
    • 2. C
    • 3. C
    • 4. A
    • 5. C
  • 12. Assignment for March 23
    • Listening to News
    • Writing a sentence outline- to be submitted on 3/30
    • Audio Forum Assignment
  • 13. Global difference between rich and poor
    • Are you rich or poor? Two percent of the world's population controls more than half of the wealth. See how globalization will change that (2:03 min.)
    • Watch this news report and write a story outline.
    • Go to the audio forum to join the audio discussion
    • Go to the class blog to download the video

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