Friday, December 4th, Sogo Eigo 3, 9:00-10:30 and 10:40-12:10 (Class #8)
Wednesday, December 9th, Sogo Eigo 4, 9:00-10:30 and 10:40-12:10 (Class #9)

Monday, December 7th, Eigo Kiso 3, 9:00-10:30 and 10:40-12:10 (Class #9)

Today: We are a little behind schedule, so we won't finish Unit 5, Narrative Paragraphs, today. That's okay; we can finish it next week. It has no influence on your homework. 

Session 1: Read p. 120, Language and Grammar Focus (This is very, very easy.); Do p. 121, Ex 1. (Be careful of #11!); Do p. 122, Ex. 2. 

Session 2: Read p. 122, Language and Grammar Focus (Again, this is high school English); Do p. 123 Ex.3 (Change #3 to '8:00 a.m.' and probably you can't do #5 if you are at home.) Do pp. 123/124, Ex. 4.

Session 3: Do p. 124, Ex. 5. Read this together and check that you all understand:

Write a narrative paragraph for me about an event in your life that you remember well. There are many examples in your textbook; for example, p. 110, The Best Sandwich of My Life, and p. 112, Something Wild. Try to use a lot of adjectives describing the situation and how you felt. Make sure you have an introduction sentence that describes the background, and a conclusion, as usual. 

Send it to me at as usual. The deadline is next Saturday evening; Sunday is the day that I spend grading paragraphs.

Get the title right. Email me if you have any doubts about your title. Because this is a narrative paragraph about your experience, of course you should write 'I' in the paragraph. In the last paragraph for Unit 6 of your book, I don't want you to write 'I' but I will explain why later. 



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