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Task 27. In each sentence below, decide which word in bold is more suitable.




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  4. Change these sentences by changing certain adjectives into verbs.
  5. Ex 14 Change the following sentences into Indirect Speech following the examples. Notice the changes in the pronouns.
  6. Ex. 3. Learn the following medical terms which can be helpful for reporting a sick person's condition.
  7. Ex.16: Complete the sentences withthan orto.
  8. It is (was) ... that (which)
  9. IV. Define the key sentences of the text.
  10. IV. Define the key sentences of the text.

1. In many parts of the world, people are becoming more worried about the danger of new technologies and their effect on theenvironment/ecology.

2. Experts from different countries evaluated/judged the new discovery.

3. This kind of detective work is basic to themethodology/method of science.

4. The new theory has occurred/taken place.

5. It is now possible to infer/implya link between using new technologies and contracting some forms of cancer.

6. The main concentration/focus of scientists is on problem concerning new technologies.

7. Although their plan/design was often very good, the quality of those devices tended to be poor.

8. Although it was very expensive, the scientists continued to convert/exchange some forms of energy into other forms.

9. The fact that population growth is still accelerating/catching upis one of the most important problems we face.

 

Task 28.Find the synonym to the words in bold

 

Task 29. Choose the best ending for each of the sentence extracts (1 – 10) from the list (a – j)

 

Task 30. (Out-class activity)Make a short presentation (5 slides) of your branch of science using the phrases

The name of the branch of science you are interested in
How was it developed (an interesting fact from the history of the branch)?
Well-known scientists (1-2)
Famous discoveries
 
The widely used techniques and methodologies in the field where you are planning to do research

 

PART 4: TECHNOLOGY: PROS & CONS

Task 31. (Out-class activity)Read the information about nanotechnology in Text 1 (students from group 1). Students from group 2 should read Text 2. Share your opinion about nanotechnology and its future with your fellow students. (The information is at CD 1)

 

Task 32.Fill in the necessary word to complete general questions. Answer the questions obtained.

Questions to be answered by Group 1 Questions to be answered by Group 2
1. ___ nanotechnology as a branch startlingly new for most scientists? 2. ___ the scientists need a standard to which they can relate the nanoscale? 3. __ any Nobel prizes been awarded in nanotechnology? 4. __ the nanotechnology become synonymous with computers, software and communications? 5. __ the real value of the nanotubes be in their application? 6. __ the new understandings of nanotechnology allow us to design new architectures of devices? 7. __ it come as a surprise to learn that the Romans and Chinese were using nanoparticles thousands of years ago? 8. __ our understanding of nanoscale phenomena allow us to replicate at least part of nature? 9. __ nanotechnology provide inspiration and drive for many generations of scientists? 1. __ we know anything about dangerous impact of nanotechnology to our life? 2. __ a group of researchers conducted a systematic analysis of recently published reports and articles about nanomaterials? 3. __ any scientific uncertainty about nanomaterials exist? 4. __ the researchers find any citations of uncertainty or incomplete knowledge regarding the potential environmental, health and safety risks of nanomaterials? 5. __ the scientists chose a qualitative uncertainty analysis framework for this analysis? 6. __ scientists benefit from this knowledge since it will likely provide a more comprehensive evaluation of the current knowledge? 7. __ further research within these fields still important? 8. __ the research fields involved in assessing the health and environmental risks of nanomaterials open up to new methodologies and frameworks? 9. __ ‘greener’ initiatives start to be incorporated into the production of at least some nanomaterials?

 



Task 33.Ask a special question to every part of the sentence in bold. Work in pairs (St 1 & St 2).



1. One of the most pressing issues facing nanoscientists and technologists today is that of communicating with the non-scientific community.

2. Governments and corporations worldwide have ploughed over $4 billion into nanotechnology in the last year alone.

3. Nanotechnology is already all around us if you know where to look.

4. Many of the companies working with nanotechnology are simply applying our knowledge of the nanoscale to existing industries.

5. Degusssa have been producing carbon black, the substance that makes car tyres black and improves the wear resistance of the rubber, since the 1920s.

6. At least scientists are making progress in identifying the gaps – the 'known unknowns' as they call it.

7. They find that serious knowledge gaps pervade nearly all areas of basic nanotechnology EHS knowledge.

8. "We expect that further empirical research will presumably reduce most areas of uncertainty, although it is likely to be time-consuming and expensive" Khara Deanne Grieger, a PhD student in DTU's Department of Environmental Engineering, tells Nanowerk.

9. This analysis was motivated by the aim of assisting the development of nano-EHS research priorities.



10. Grieger, Hansen and Baun recommend that further attention be given to the assessment and development of standardized testing procedures, equipment, materials as well as the full characterization of nanomaterials in order to most effectively reduce uncertainties in the near term.

 

Task 34.Summarize the information you have got from the student of another group. Work in pairs. Your opponent from the different group should say whether you are correct or not in understanding the information.

 

Task 35. Role-play: press conference.

There are 2 opponent teams of scientists. Team 1 (3 students) is for further development of nanotechnologies, they do not see any danger in their application in different spheres of life.

Team 2 (3 students) do not support the idea of fast development and implementation of nanotechnologies without studying EHS risks of nanomaterials.

All the rest students are journalists. Their task is to understand possible benefit and danger from nanotechnologies implementation.

PART 5:LISTENING for ACADEMIC PURPOSES

 

Task 36.Listen to the first part of the lecture. It focuses on the differences between listening to the lectures and listening in everyday situations. Take notes of the lecture. When you have finished listening and taking notes, use your notes to complete the chart.

 

  Lecture Everyday Listening Situation
Language    
Interaction    
Expectations    

 

Task 37.Listen to the second part of the lecture and take the notes to answer the comprehension questions.

 

1. What are the four things that a listener needs to do in order to comprehend a lecture efficiently?

a. ________________________________________________

b. ________________________________________________

c. ________________________________________________

d. ________________________________________________

2. In addition to words, what other features of language carry meaning?

a. ______________________________ c. _________________________________

b. ______________________________ d. _________________________________

3. Give two reasons why listeners must predict while listening to lectures.

a. ________________________________________________

b. ________________________________________________

4. There are two types of predictions that people make when listening to a lecture. What are they?

a. ______________________________ b._________________________________

5. To add information to the lecturer’s words, what kind of knowledge do listeners use?

a. ______________________________ b._________________________________

6. Give two reasons why listeners must evaluate while listening to lectures.

a. ________________________________________________

b. ________________________________________________

 

Task 38.Listen to the statements containing numbers. Write the numbers that you hear.

1. Michelangelo: born in ____________.

2. Georgia O’Keeffe: born in _____; died in _______.

3. 1 cup raisins: ________ calories.

4. One slice of white bread: ________ calories.

5. Zipper: invented in _____________.

6. Piano: invented in _____________.

7. Microscope: invented in _____________.

8. Missouri River: _______ miles long.

9. Diameter of Earth: _____ miles.

10. Mount Everest: ______ feet high.

11. Sahara Desert: ________ square miles.

12. Earth distance from sun: _________ miles.

13. Pluto’s distance from sun: _________ miles.

14. Tokyo’s projected population in 2015: ____________.

15. One pound: ________ grams.

16. An earthquake occurred in Iran on ______.

17. This earthquake measured ____ on the Richter scale an caused ____ deaths and ____ injures.

18. Length of board: ____ feet; width: ____ inches; depth: _____ inch.

 

Task 39. Discuss the following questions in small groups.

1. According to the information given, why might nonnative speakers of English have a hard time listening to lectures and taking notes?

2. In your opinion, what do you need to change or improve in order to be a better listener and note-taker?

(The materials of this part adapted from Lebauer, Roni S. (2000) Learn to listen; listen to learn: academic listening and note-taking. 2-nd ed.)

 

PART 6: GRAMMAR REVIEW


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