English Conversation II Textbook: Smart Choice 2 Workbook 2 Professor Brian Perich Dept. of Foreign Language Studies
Content 1. Basic course introduction, self-introductions 2. Course chapters (6-12) – Smart Choice 2 3. Goals: To speak English efficiently at a Basic Conversational level. To write an essay in English and make group presentations. 4. Mid-term exam: Oral (questions related to homework assignments). 5. Final-exam: Written examination.
Taekwondo is a modern martial art, characterized by it's fast, high and spinning kicks. There are multiple interpretations of the name taekwondo. As an interesting side note, the word Taekwondo itself is made up of three Chinese/Korean words: Tae , meaning to kick or jump; Kwon , meaning fist or hand; and Do , which means "the way". Loosely (if not literally), it can be thought of as "The Way of the Hand and Foot."
The actual beginnings of Taekwondo are obscured by time, yet many historians believe it originated from a Korean martial arts form known as t'aekyon was practiced over 1,300 years ago .
Cycling is the use of bicycles, or - less commonly - unicycles, tricycles, quadracycles and other similar wheeled human powered vehicles (HPVs) as a means of transport, a form of recreation or a sport. It is done on roads and paths, across open country, through tunnels, over bridges, on snow, or even over ice ( ice biking ).
Respect our natural environment around the world with Eco-friendly bicycles .
3. Basic Information Body Building Weight training is a common type of strength training for developing the strength and size of skeletal muscles. It uses the force of gravity (in the form of weighted bars, dumbbells or weight stacks) to oppose the force generated by muscle through concentric or eccentric contraction. (Weight Lifting) Weightlifting, also called Olympic weightlifting or Olympic-style weightlifting, is a sport in which participants attempt a maximum weight single lift of a barbell loaded with weight plates. The two lifts currently competed are the clean and jerk and the snatch . Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weightlifting http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weight_training