Lesson2 six grand and rolex

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In deze les zitten 43 slides, met interactieve quizzen, tekstslides en 7 videos.

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Kaylee
Dealynn
Merda
Aya
Iara
Milan
Nora
Brandon
Aycan
Shanna
Britt
Evelyn
Ruben
Quinn
Jayson
Joyja
Tycho
Zeynep
Adriano
Anna
Merve
Sevval
Teacher

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Slide 2 - Video

Presentation
  • Introduction 
  • Summary/main idea  
  • Reason why it attracts you
  • Main part: arguments, your own story-make a point
  • Conclusion 

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

Slide 4 - Video

* The main idea is the central or most important, idea in a paragraph or passage. It states the purpose and sets the direction of the paragraph or passage. 

* When the main idea of a paragraph is stated, it is most often found in the first sentence of the paragraph. However, the main idea may be found in any sentence of the paragraph. 

*The main idea may be split. The first sentence of a paragraph may present a point of view, while the last sentence presents a contrasting or opposite view. 

* To find the main idea of any paragraph or passage, ask these questions:
1. Who or what is the paragraph about?
2. What aspect or idea about the ‘who’ or ‘what’ is the author concerned with? 



Slide 5 - Tekstslide

Exercises main idea:

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

Native people in early North America liked to play games. Their favorite games were played with a stick and a ball, like lacrosse. In lacrosse, the rule is that you can't touch the ball with your hands. You catch the ball in a net on the end of a stick and use the stick to throw the ball.
A
Their favorite games were played with a stick and a ball, like lacrosse
B
Native people in early North America liked to play games.
C
You catch the ball in a net on the end of a stick and use the stick to throw the ball.
D
In lacrosse, the rule is that you can't touch the ball with your hands.

Slide 7 - Quizvraag

Not all plants grow in the same way. Some plants grow and reproduce in one year and are called annuals. Some plants grow and reproduce in two years and are called biennials. Other plants grow and reproduce for many years and are called perennials.
A
Other plants grow and reproduce for many years and are called perennials.
B
Some plants grow and reproduce in two years and are called biennials.
C
Not all plants grow in the same way.
D
Some plants grow and reproduce in one year and are called annuals.

Slide 8 - Quizvraag

It is often said that lightning never strikes twice in the same place, but this isn’t true. Go ask the forest rangers. Rangers who spend their summers as fire-fighters will tell you that every thundershower brings several bolts of lightning to their lookout stations.

What is the main idea in the text? Write your answer down below.

Slide 9 - Open vraag

Costs were low that year and the output high. There was a good person for each job and the market remained firm. There were no losses from fire. All in all, it was the best year in the history of the company.

What is the main idea in the text? Write your answer down below.

Slide 10 - Open vraag

An effective conclusion 
Strategies for an effective conclusion:
  • Play the “So What” Game.
When you read a statement from the conclusion, ask yourself, “So what?” or “Why should anybody care?”
Ponder that question and answer it
Basically, I’m just saying that education was important to Douglass
  • So what?
Well, it was important because it was a key to him feeling like a free and equal citizen
Why should anybody care?
That’s important because plantation owners tried to keep slaves from being educated so that they could maintain control. When Douglass obtained an education, he undermined that control personally.

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

Ineffective conclusion 
“That’s My Story"
"That was my presentation".

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

What to do?
Include a provocative insight or quotation from the "body" 
Propose a course of action, a solution to an issue, or questions for further study
Not to do:
“That’s My Story"
"That was my presentation".

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Slide 14 - Video

Today's aims:
  • working on your watching skills 
      by the use of a short video 
  • working on your reading skills by 
     trying to get a better 
     understanding of the coherence      
     and content of a text

Coherence is an essential quality for good academic writing. In academic writing, the flow of ideas from one sentence to the next should be smooth and logical. Without cohesion, the reader will not understand the main points that you are trying to make. It also hampers readability.

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Watch the video about money laundering and answer the questions afterwards

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

The questions are:
What exactly is money laundering?
Why is becoming a money mule so tempting?
Why is being a money mule a criminal offence?
What are the consequences if you get caught?
What is the message of this video?

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

Slide 18 - Video

What exactly is money laundering?

Slide 19 - Open vraag

Why is becoming a money mule so tempting?

Slide 20 - Open vraag

Why is being a money mule a criminal offence?

Slide 21 - Open vraag

What are the consequences if you get caught?

Slide 22 - Open vraag

What is the message of this video?

Slide 23 - Open vraag

Six grand and a Rolex
Now read the text and as you do so, highlight the most important sentences.  
;-)- agree
;-(- disagree
?-don't understand 
!-surprising/shocking

Slide 24 - Tekstslide

Once finished reading and highlighting, formulate three relevant open questions about the text that show that you have a good understanding of the text itself.  Also write down your matching answers. 

If you have all three of them complete, do ex 58 A, B 

Slide 25 - Tekstslide

Jayson
Iara
Aya
Merda
Shanna
Aycan
Evelyn
Britt
Nora
Milan
Quinn
Ruben
Brandon 
Kaylee
Dealynn
Joyja
Tycho
Zeynep
Adriano
Anna
Merve 
Sevval
Teacher 

Slide 26 - Tekstslide

Arda
Emile
Selin 
Mart
Cristiano
Iris 
Lynn
Moreno
Celeste
Sander
George 
Paris 
Floortje 
Humeyra
Jan
Batool
Gijs
Younes 
Ezgi
Zohal
Teacher 

Slide 27 - Tekstslide

Slide 28 - Video

Now 
Do as 58 A,B together 
Presentation- make a summary!!!!!

Slide 29 - Tekstslide

Emile
Arda
Lynn
Moreno
Paris 
George 
Mart
Selin
Iris
Cristiano
Sander
Celeste 
Floortje
Hymeyra
Jan
Batool
Gijs
Younes 
Zohal
Ezgi
Teacher

Slide 30 - Tekstslide

Slide 31 - Video

Lesson Goal
  • You will practice your watching and listening skills
  • You are going to practice with prepositions (voorzetsels)
  • You work further on your presentation 

Slide 32 - Tekstslide

Match the vocabulary
You are going to watch a video, but first you have to match the vocabulary with the correct definition.

(Zet de woorden bij de juiste betekenis)

Slide 33 - Tekstslide

G
H
D
F
A
B
C
E

Slide 34 - Sleepvraag

7

Slide 35 - Video

00:44
The books were written in the late 1800s.
A
True
B
False

Slide 36 - Quizvraag

01:05
Sherlock Holmes was a real person.
A
True
B
False

Slide 37 - Quizvraag

01:17
The author of the books lived at 221B Baker Street.
A
True
B
False

Slide 38 - Quizvraag

01:50
You can visit a pub with a room set up like Sherlock Holmes’s study.
A
True
B
False

Slide 39 - Quizvraag

02:28
Roger Johnson thinks the character of Sherlock Holmes is a perfect human.
A
True
B
False

Slide 40 - Quizvraag

03:20
Conan Doyle took his inspiration from real-life crimes.
A
True
B
False

Slide 41 - Quizvraag

03:53
Scientific or forensic policing is now even more important than in Sherlock Holmes’s time.
A
True
B
False

Slide 42 - Quizvraag

Now
  • Summary must be done 
  • Work on the main part of your presentation  

Slide 43 - Tekstslide