Media Listening 1 March 14th Update – Homework #3

I try to reply to as many of your emails as I can. I hope you read the comments ^^ Here’s the next homework assignment. You have plenty of time to do  it.

3

03/22

Saving the Earth

http://www.esl-lab.com/enviro1/enviro1.htm

To complete this homework assignment you need to visit the following link:

http://www.esl-lab.com/enviro1/enviro1.htm

Please reply on the google group OR by email and complete the following activities:

1. Pre-listening (just list 2 or 3 other answers for both questions)

2. Listening Exercises – post your answers first, then check your score, then post your score (4/5, 5/5, etc.) (just post the letters – not the whole sentences)

3. Post-listening Exercises – answer each of the questions in order.

Remember – I am NOT grading your SCORE from the quiz – so don’t cheat!!  I am only grading your completion.  If you complete all the assignment you will get 100%

For this week Q3 says “Conduct research on how paper and glass are recycled and then report on the types of products that are produced from these recycled materials.

Review how paper and other products are being overused at your home, school, or business, and propose ideas on how to reduce excess waste and promote recycling.”

1. How are paper and glass recycled? What products are made from these recycled materials?

2. How are paper & other products being  overused at your home, school, or business?

3. How can we reduce excess waste & promote recycling?

Quiz 1 (MONDAY 25 MARCH)
 Continue to study and review the vocabulary from your textbook for our first quiz on Units 1-3. (pages 10-11, 15 16-17,21) If you’d like to ask about any of the vocabulary in more detail just let me know.

Craig

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Comments

  • Shin Ju Hyun  On March 18, 2014 at 6:42 am

    can i write Q3 in bottom, when i send this homework to e-mail?

    • cbskesl  On March 18, 2014 at 8:34 am

      Hi Ju Hyun,

      Question three has 3 seperate parts. That’s why I broke it down like that on the blog.
      Yes, you can write all of it in the homework email. Does that make sense?

      Craig

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