Before You Read: • Do you like horror movies? Why or why not? • What makes you very scared in a movie? • What is a famous horror story that you know?
Unit 13 ~ Vocabulary • scary • line up • abandoned • from place to place • encouraged • went straight • threw away • trash • persuaded • earn • fancy • recovered • as usual
Vocabulary – Unit 13 • scary – to be afraid • abandoned – to leave and never come back • encouraged – to support • trash – garbage; thrown away • persuaded – to change someone’s mind • earn – to get money from work • fancy – more expensive; special • recovered – to get better after being sick or injured
Words That Go Together • When there is a good movie, people line up in front of the theater to see it.
Words That Go Together • from place to place – not stay in one place; to move to different places. • went straight –to continue without stopping • threw away – put in the trash
Comprehension p. 93-94 • Stephen King is famous for B. writing scary books and movies. • After the movie Carrie, Stephen King A. sold a lot of books. • After the accident, Stephen King C. continued writing.
Remembering Details p. 93-94 • After King graduated in 1970, he worked at a gas station, then at a laundry service. • His college girlfriend Tabitha was a writer. • The paperback of Carrie sold a millioncopies. • He wanted to buy his wife a gift, so he went to the drugstore and bought her a hair dryer. • King works every day except Christmas, 4th of July, and his birthday. • After the accident, King had to have three operations on his legs and hip.
Making Inferences p. 94 • I • S Steven started to write when he was seven (par 2 line 7) He continues to write (par 8; line 5) • I • I • I
Discussion • Why do some people like horror stories? • Do you prefer to see a movie or read a book about the same subject? • Why do some people change when they become rich and famous?
Unit 13 – Examples (vocabulary) • Students usually line up to pay their tuition in front of the cashier at UCI. • My dad never abandoned my family. • The patient recovered from his illness. • I do my homework as usual. • My parents encouraged me to come to California. • There are many fancy stores at South Coast Plaza. • Students line up to use the restroom. • When I was a child, I persuaded my parents to buy me a toy. • I worried about coming to the U.S., but my university teacher encouraged me.
Unit 13 – Examples (vocabulary) • I threw away some presents from my ex-boyfriend in the trash. • The news made me sad because a mother abandoned her baby. • If I am tired, I go straight home after school. • As usual, I wake up tired. • Students usually line up at the bookstore. • When I have a cold, it takes a long time for me to recover. • I often go with my girlfriend to a fancy restaurant. • Students usually line up at the front desk in the ESL office.
Unit 13 – Examples (vocabulary) • I usually throw away leftovers in the trash. • I played soccer last night, and I won as usual. • I hope Sara recovers… I wish her a speedy and quick recovery. • Vanessa is still sick, but Sara is completely recovered. Her recovery didn’t take long.