piątek, 27 maja 2016

The science of attraction - Dawn Maslar. Lesson by Zuzanna Świder, Katarzyna Kędziorczyk



Comprehension Questions

1.Where are the natural chemical signals that nose notices names? 
a) perfume
b) romances 
c) pheromones 
2.Men prefer women with:
a) high-pitched voices 
b) small voices 
c) narrow formant spacing 
3.Once attraction is confirmed, your bloodstream is flooded with:
a) glucose 
b) norepinephrine 
c) pheromones 
4.Women’s nose is sensitive to: 
a) the MHC molecules 
b) testosterone 
c) a DNA 
5.Participants holding a warm cup of coffee found up, that the character of the book is: 
a) full reserve 
b) generous 
c) unhappy 


Vocabulary

intergalactic - międzygalaktyczny 
compile - opracować 
claim - żądać, twierdzić 
entire - cały 
lexical - językowy 
database - baza danych 
subject - podmiot 
suffix - przyrostek 
devour - pożreć 
source - źródło 
sheer - sam, czysty, zwykły (sheer pleasure - czysta/ sama przyjemność) 
samples - próbki, przykłady, wzorce 
initial - początkowy 
irregularities - nieregularności 
available - dostępny 
briefly- przelotnie, na krótko 
convey- przekazywać 
to investigate - prowadzić dochodzenie, badać 
crucial - niezbędny, istotny 
vary - różnić się, zależeć 
cue - sygnał/znak do rozpoczęcia czegoś 
dilate - rozszerzać się (np. o źrenicy), powiększać swoją objętość 
warping - snucie, zniekształcenie 
enhancing - zwiększanie/poprawianie (np. szansy), podnoszenie (np. wartości, ceny) 
tactile - odnoszący się do zmysłu dotyku, namacalny 
contribution - wkład, udział 
fertility - płodność 
lustrous - połyskujący 
sample - próbka 
reproductive - rozrodczy, przetwórczy 
 significant - znaczący 
sophisticated - wyrafinowany 
sustainable - zrównoważony 
starved - zagłodzony 
steadily - stale, stopniowo 
sprout - kiełkować 
disaster - klęska 
tuber - bulwa 
ravage - spustoszyć 
nutritious - pozywny 
availability - dostępność 
influx - napływ 
oddities - dziwactwa 
throughout Europe - w całej Europie 
potato crop - uprawa ziemniaków 

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How computers translate human language - Ioannis Papachimonas. Lesson by Maria Kłusek

wtorek, 4 marca 2014

Gever Tulley. 5 dangerous things you should let your kids do. Lesson by Weronika Maciak


 


Exercises:













 

 

Discussion Questions:

  • What do you think about dangerous ways of having fun by children? For example, should children be allowed to drive a car? 

  • Do you know any organization, where young people can tinker?

  • Imagine you are a parent. Are you going to enrol your child to a tinkering/DIY club? Why Yes/ Not.

wtorek, 4 lutego 2014

Eli Beer: The fastest ambulance? A motorcycle.TED MED by Monika Sz

TED MED 

Exercises 

Uzupełnij luki odpowiednim czasem oraz słówkami związanymi z dzisiejszym tematem zajęć.

 Eli Beer the founder and president of ….................... The lives of a thousand people (change) ................ When he(be)...... 6-years-old, Eli Beer (walk).......... home from school when he (witness)............. a bus bombing in Jerusalem. This traumatic experience (inspire)....................Beer to seek out a career that saves lives. At the age of 15, he (take)........................an (name of group) ……....course and(begine)...............volunteering on a/an …........ But he(find).............. that, when someone truly needed fast medical attention, the ambulance just wasn't able to get there in time because of traffic and the distance needed to travel. At the age of 17, Beer (gather)............ a like-minded group of EMTs with a passion for saving lives to listen to the police …...…...... and rush to the scene when medical help was needed in their neighborhood. The initiative became United Hatzalah, which is Hebrew for “...........” Twenty-five years later, the organization has more than 2,000 volunteers and helped 207,000 people as they waited for an ambulance last year. Beer serves as United Hatzalah’s president. Beer (respond)........... to some of the worst civil, wartime and terror-related incidents. Married with five children, when Beer is not saving lives or guiding United Hatzalah, he manages the family real estate company, Beer Realty. 

Discussion 


1. What you think abaut seting up the young EMT (Emergency medical technician ) in Poland? *Do you know any medical group like this one? 
2. Are teenagers able to sacrifice their private life to help other people in 21st century? *Give two reasons why yes why not 
3. (optional) How can one get the money for the equipment of an EMT group?