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Money Matters Unit 6

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  • 1. Money Matters Chapter 6 Applied Listening WTUC p. 64
  • 2. Group Discussion
    • What are the different kinds of services that banks perform? List down your answers.
    • Provide checking accounts
    • Saving accounts
    • Mortgages
    • College loans
    • Business loans
    • Certificates of deposit
    • Investment advice, etc
  • 3. Are banks friends or enemies?
    • In what ways do banks become friends or enemies?
  • 4. Vocabulary Preview, p. 65
    • To alleviate
    • To borrow
    • Breeding
    • Environmental
    • Insiders
    • To invest
    • Irrigation
    • To loan
    • Proposal
    • Snail
    • Under fire
  • 5. Answers to the puzzle
    • ACROSS
    • Breed
    • Borrow
    • Irrigation
    • Alleviate
    • Snails
  • 6. Down
    • Environmental
    • Loan
    • Proposals
    • Insiders
    • Invest
    • Fire
  • 7. Listening for Pros and Cons, p. 66
    • Expressions Used to change your point of View
    • Although
    • But
    • However
    • Instead
    • Nonetheless
    • On the contrary
    • On the other hand
  • 8. Cultural Note
    • The World Bank is a group of institutions that work together to fight poverty and help people help themselves.
    • The World Bank works mostly in developing countries.
    • Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
    • Members represent 181 different countries
    • Help people start businesses in developing countries
  • 9. Projects
    • AIDS treatment in Brazil
    • Healthcare programs in Mexico
    • Reforestation projects in Turkey
  • 10. What would you want to know, p.66
    • …before giving money to the world bank to invest?
    • What kind of projects do you give money to?
    • What countries do you work in?
    • Do people pay back the money you loan them?
  • 11. IBRD: Pros
    • Loans money for economic development
    • Provides technical assistance
  • 12. IBRD: Cons
    • Loans only for imports and discourages local production of goods
    • May not understand the culture well enough to institute (provide) technical safeguards appropriately
  • 13. IDA Pros
    • Makes-interest free loans
    • With no interest to worry about, poor countries can start projects immediately
  • 14. IDA Cons
    • Because no interest is paid, IDA must keep getting more contributions from members
    • Contributors can attach strings and try to dictate governmental policies of borrower nations
  • 15. IFC Pros
    • Can invest in private business and industry and government does not have to guarantee loan
    • Loans have no strings attached
  • 16. IFC Cons
    • IFC is not protected if business or industry fails and defaults on the loan
    • IFC has no control over how the money is spent
  • 17. Talk It Over, p. 68
    • Considering ways to invest money
  • 18. Part 3: Agreeing and Disagreeing, p. 69
    • React to other people’s statements by agreeing or disagreeing
    • Giving our points of view in conversations with friends, relatives, and acquaintances
  • 19. Listening for Appropriate Uses of Expressions, p. 70
    • Conversation 1
    • Rude
    • The student used an informal expression to interrupt and rude tone of voice
  • 20. Conversation 2
    • Yes
    • The student used an appropriately formal expression and a polite tone of voice
  • 21. Conversation 3
    • He used a formal expression with a sarcastic tone in an informal situation
  • 22. Conversation 4
    • Yes
    • He uses an informal expression and a friendly tone this time
  • 23. Conversation 5
    • Probably not
    • Both speakers sound opinionated and don’t sound like they’ll give up their opinions easily
  • 24. Conversation 6
    • These speakers are making less aggressive statement using a friendlier tone of voice
    • More easily
  • 25. Conversation 7
    • Agreeing
    • Informally
  • 26. Conversation 8
    • Formally
    • The second is more appropriate because it is respectful of both the doctor and the feelings of her son
  • 27. Agreeing and Disagreeing, p 71
    • Give your reason for agreeing or disagreeing
  • 28. Part 4: Focus on Testing
    • Speaker 1= B
    • Speaker 2= D