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COC TOEFL Spring Trimester 2014 Block 4 Week 2 (30 June - 2014) Recap

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COC ESL 400 Spring Trimester 2014 Block 2 Week 3 Recap

Below is a recap of what happened this week in our COC ESL 400 Evening classes at The College of Chicago.

CORE

We began the listening exercises from NorthStar Listening and Speaking 4, Unit 1 and went through pages 382 - 386 of Grammar in Context 2 on Superlatives and Comparatives. Our grammar studies were supplemented with a handout from the Summit 1 Workbook on repeated comparatives and double comparatives as well as comparison resources from the Mobile ESL website. During their time in the Lab students completed listening activities from elllo.org, including this one about “Chicago”.


NEWS HOUR

This week we spent a lot of time on the first news article below and used the second mainly for vocabulary words for our News Hour quiz:

Number of children in Japan at record low   (7th May, 2014)
http://breakingnewsenglish.com/1405/140507-children.htm

World helps Nigeria look for kidnapped girls   (11th May, 2014)
http://breakingnewsenglish.com/1405/140511-nigeria-schoolgirls.html

EXTENSIVE READING PROGRAM ELECTIVE

Students continued working through their self-selected graded English readers this week, putting entries in their reading logs and discussing what they’d read.

PAST LESSONS THIS BLOCK

COC TOEFL Spring Trimester 2014 Block 2 Week 3 Recap

Below are reviews of the past week of our COC TOEFL classes at The College of Chicago.

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12 May / Lesson 9
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A | Students worked individually to complete the Barron’s Speaking and Writing #3 Simulations

B | We reviewed the vocabulary words that will be on the next quiz and identified what quizzes certain students are missing and need to make-up

C | Students practiced their TOEFL Speaking Skills as we drilled independent speaking prompts

D | We reviewed Lesson 4 of the Complete Guide to the TOEFL Test, iBT Edition and did some more exercises from that lesson

E | Students were given time to develop the handouts they will use later this week when they lead their own TOEFL Reading Skills Review Lessons

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13 May / Lesson 10
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A | Students individually worked on Cambridge TOEFL Reading Simulation #7 

B | COC TOEFL Vocab Quiz 9.2 

C | Reviewed Complete Guide to the TOEFL Test Lesson 4 and went through Lesson 5 

D | Developed TOEFL Speaking section skills through prompt, drill and discussion

E | Students worked individually on their survey project and TOEFL Reading Skills lesson handout

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14 May / Lesson 11
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A | Students took COC TOEFL Vocabulary Quiz 9.4 and then composed example vocab sentences for the words on Quiz 10.1 

B | Students worked individually to finish Cambrige TOEFL Listening Simulation #7.

C | Instructor led students as we went through Lesson 6 “Refernce Questions” of The Complete Guide to the TOEFL Test, iBT Edition (CGT).

D | Student led a reviews of CGT Lesson 2 “Vocabulary Questions”.

E | Developed students TOEFL Speaking Section skills with independent speaking question prompts where students individually answered them to the class and then afterwards they discussed eachother’s answers.

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15 May / Lesson 12
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A | Students took COC TOEFL Vocabulary Quiz 10.1; composed example vocab sentences for the words on Quiz 10.2 and we then reviewed some of the recent quizzes.

B | Students worked in two teams competing for the better score on a TOEFL Reading Simulation.

C | Instructor led students as we quickly reviewed Lesson 6 “Reference Questions” and then went through Lesson 7 of The Complete Guide to the TOEFL Test, iBT Edition (CGT).

D | Students led reviews of CGT Lesson 3 “Inference Questions” and Lesson 4 “Purpose, Method and Opinion Questions”.

Earlier Lessons in this Block

housingworksbookstore:

caldoyle:

David Foster Wallace’s annotated copy of Ulysses. [via]

I consider myself a dedicated reader…or at least did until I saw this.

Major reader extraordinaire! I wonder what the arrows mean?

(Source: nowavepoetry)

What We Did in Our Spring Trimester 2014 Block 1 TOEFL Lessons 1 - 4

Monday, the 10th to Thursday, the 13th of March
Lessons 1 - 4 

BIBLIOGRAPHY


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What We Did in Our Winter Trimester 2013 - 2014 TOEFL Lesson 15

The class recaps below are from the TOEFL course at The College of Chicago.

TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 15 ON 6 MAR. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 – 12:30 | Vocabulary Exercise #3 Quiz, Peer editing of student’s essays, Student-teacher conferences on the prior day’s full TOEFL simulation, Cuisine presentations
b | 13:00 - 14:00 | Tour of the Chicago Public Library Innovation Lab seeing a maker lab and 3-D printers we read about the prior week in action; you can see pictures of the visit on our school blog here http://blog.thecollegeofchicago.com/2014/03/10/field-trip-to-harold-washington-library-about-3d-printing/

PREVIOUS LESSONS IN THIS BLOCK

a | Winter Trimester 2013 - 2014 Block 4 Lesson 1 Recap & Homework http://dalab.cc/post/76249048633/
b | Lessons 2 - 5 http://dalab.cc/post/77102158510/
c | Lesson 6 http://dalab.cc/post/77217751839/
d | Lessons 7 & 8 http://dalab.cc/post/77726426824/
e | Lesson 9 http://dalab.cc/post/77847904036/
f | Lesson 10 http://dalab.cc/post/77928734726/
g | Lessons 11 – 14 http://dalab.cc/post/78697316114/

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What We Did in Our Winter Trimester 2013 - 2014 TOEFL Lessons 11 - 14

The class recaps below are from the TOEFL course at The College of Chicago.

TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 11 ON 27 FEB. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 - 09:45 | Quiz on Vocabulary Exercise #2, TOEFL Advanced Integrative “Lesson: 01 | Introduction to StoryCorps”
b | 09:55 - 11:20 | Cambridge Practice Test 3 Writing simulation
c | 11:30 - 12:15 | Continued working on “Lesson: 01 | Introduction to StoryCorps”
d | 12:50 - 13:50 | Elective

EXTRA STORYCORPS RESOURCES

StoryCorps Lesson PDF http://cdn.storycorps.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/Introduction-to-StoryCorps-1.pdf
StoryCorps Website http://storycorps.org/
StoryCorps in Chicago http://www.wbez.org/series/storycorps
Wikipedia Article About StoryCorps https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=StoryCorps&oldid=587702363

Podcast #1 from Class
Animation of the Interview http://storycorps.org/animation/q-and-a/
Podcast of the Interview http://storycorps.org/listen/stories/sarah-and-joshua-littman/
Wikipedia Article About Asperger’s https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Asperger_syndrome&oldid=593891805

Podcast #2 from Class
Podcast of the Interview http://storycorps.org/listen/stories/blanca-and-connie-alvarez/

Podcast #3 from Class
Podcast of the Interview http://storycorps.org/listen/stories/lourdes-and-roger-villanueva/

Podcast #4 from Class
Podcast of the Interview http://storycorps.org/listen/stories/julio-diaz/

HOMEWORK

1 | Finish the final draft of your cuisine essay
2 | Write an independent essay[1] on students in a new school
3 | Read the TOEFL writing and speaking rubrics, then write a 1 paragraph summary of each (4 total) and upload it to your Drive folder
4 | Study for the Exercise 3 Quiz next Thursday
5 | Review the Exercise 2 Quiz you took today

NOTE

1 | The prompt was taken from ETS https://www.ets.org/Media/Tests/TOEFL/pdf/989563wt.pdf

TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 12 ON 3 MAR. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 - 09:45 | Peer editing of students’ writing they did over the weekend
b | 09:55 - 11:20 | Advanced Integrative Lesson: Maker Culture & 3-D Printers
c | 11:30 - 12:15 | Maker Culture & 3-D Printers continued
d | 12:50 - 13:50 | Elective

HOMEWORK (all due on Wednesday)

1 | Finish the Integrated Essay for the Maker Culture & 3-D Printer Lesson http://dalab.cc/post/78390732900/
2 | Revise your cuisine essay and upload it to your Google Drive folder
3 | Finish your TOEFL Reading and Writing rubrics summary paragraphs and upload it to your Google Drive folder
4 | Revise the “Reading Tips” section of the “The College of Chicago Student Tips for the TOEFL Test” document we are going to finish it on Thursday to be published on the school website
5 | Study Vocab Exercise 3 in your textbook for the quiz on Thursday

TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 13 ON 4 MAR. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 - 13:50 | Whole School Test (done bi-monthly to assess student progress)

TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 14 ON 5 MAR. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 - 12:15 | Full TOEFL Simulation: Cambridge Practice Test 4
b | 12:50 - 13:50 | Elective

HOMEWORK

1 | Finish the Integrated Essay for the Maker Culture & 3-D Printer Lesson http://dalab.cc/post/78390732900/
2 | Revise your cuisine essay and upload it to your Google Drive folder
3 | Finish your TOEFL Reading and Writing rubrics summary paragraphs and upload it to your Google Drive folder
4 | Revise the “Reading Tips” section of the “The College of Chicago Student Tips for the TOEFL Test” document we are going to finish it on Thursday to be published on the school website
5 | Study Vocab Exercise 3 in your textbook for the quiz on Thursday

PREVIOUS LESSONS IN THIS BLOCK

a | Winter Trimester 2013 - 2014 Block 4 Lesson 1 Recap & Homework http://dalab.cc/post/76249048633/
b | Lessons 2 - 5 http://dalab.cc/post/77102158510/
c | Lesson 6 http://dalab.cc/post/77217751839/
d | Lessons 7 & 8 http://dalab.cc/post/77726426824/
e | Lesson 9 http://dalab.cc/post/77847904036/
f | Lesson 10 http://dalab.cc/post/77928734726/

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Wonderful song from “Shall We Dance” for ESL/EFL students to learn some of the odd pronunciation options for: either, neither, potato, tomato and more! You can read more about the movie on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shall_We_Dance_%281937_film%29

(Source: youtube.com)

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02 | Mr. D TOEFL Advanced/Integrative Lesson | Maker Culture and 3-D Printing in Schools and Libraries (Part 2 of 2)

02 | Mr. D TOEFL Advanced/Integrative Lesson | Maker Culture and 3-D Printing in Schools and Libraries (Part 2 of 2)

See Part 1 http://dalab.cc/post/78390732900/

This lesson was prepared for the TOEFL course at The College of Chicago http://thecollegeofchicago.com/

LESSON OBJECTIVES

* Use contextual clues, dictionaries and the American English corpus to learn new vocabulary words
* Read and take notes on an authentic American English article
* Practice speaking skills, focusing on fluency and sustained speech for independent TOEFL Speaking questions
* Practice note taking skills watching an authentic media video
* Develop integrative writing skills connecting ideas from the reading passage and the video

SPEAKING WARM-UP

Directions | For all questions, prepare your response for 15 seconds and then speak for 45 seconds. Use reason and details in your response.

1 | 3-D printers will change the world. Do you agree or disagree? Why?
2 | Some people prefer to make things themselves, other people prefer to buy things. What do you prefer and why?
3 | What is more important skill for kids to learn today: how to memorize dates and facts from history textbooks or how to use computers to find the information they need. Why?

READING 2
Hunt, Ryan A. “An Introduction to Maker Culture for Historians.” Web log post. IVRYTWR. N.p., 27 Nov. 2013. Web. 02 Mar. 2014. http://ivrytwr.com/2013/11/27/an-introduction-to-maker-culture-for-historians/
Text released under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

LECTURE 2
Public Libraries, 3D Printing, FabLabs and Hackerspaces | 25 Apr 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCXlJ36x-q0
Copyright (C) 2012 by the mybluheaven YouTube Channel
Video released the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

INTEGRATED ESSAY 2
Summarize the main points from the lecture, explaining how they illustrate the points made in the reading.

MORE READING

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01 | Mr. D TOEFL Advanced/Integrative Lesson | Introduction to Maker Culture and 3-D Printing (Part 1 of 2)

01 | Mr. D TOEFL Advanced/Integrative Lesson | Introduction to Maker Culture and 3-D Printing (Part 1 of 2)

This lesson was prepared for the TOEFL course at The College of Chicago http://thecollegeofchicago.com/

LESSON OBJECTIVES

* Activate prior knowledge of maker culture and the 3-D Printing
* Use contextual clues, dictionaries and the American English corpus to learn new vocabulary words
* Practice speaking skills, focusing on fluency and sustained speech for independent TOEFL Speaking questions
* Practice note taking skills watching an authentic media video
* Develop integrative writing skills connecting ideas from the reading passage and the video

SPEAKING WARM-UP

Directions | For all questions, prepare your response for 15 seconds and then speak for 45 seconds. Use reason and details in your response.

1 | Do you like to make things? What have you made?
2 | If people can print bicycles at home, what do you think will happen to companies who make bicycles? Is this a good or bad thing?
3 | If you could print out any object from your printer at home, what would you print? Why?

INTRODUCTION

What are Makerspaces?
http://horizon.wiki.nmc.org/Makerspaces
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/

TASKS
1 | Please read the paragraph below and underline the words you do not know.
2 | Compare the words you do not know with your partner and try to determine their meaning.
3 | Talk with your partner(s) to find the definitions and proper usage of the words.
4 | Please write down 2 questions about the paragraph

The turn of the 21st century has signaled a shift in what types of skillsets have real, applicable value in a rapidly advancing world. In this landscape, creativity, design and engineering are making their way to the forefront of educational considerations as tools such as 3D printers, robotics, and 3D modeling web-based applications become accessible to more people. The question of how to renovate or repurpose classrooms to address the needs of the future is being answered through the concept of Makerspaces, or workshops that offer tools and the learning experiences needed to help people carry out their ideas. Makerspaces are intended to appeal to people of all ages, and are founded an openness to experiment, iterate, and create. The driving force behind Maker spaces is rooted in the Maker movement, a following comprised of artists, tech enthusiasts, engineers, builders, tinkerers, and anyone else who has a passion for making things. The formation of the movement stems from the success of the Maker Faire, a gathering that launched in 2006, and has since propagated itself into numerous community-driven events all over the world.

READING 1

Maker culture. (2014, March 1). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 01:10, March 3, 2014

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Maker_culture&oldid=597661970

Material released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

TASK

1 | Please read and take notes on the article above.

LECTURE 1

Discover: History of MakerBot | 28 Nov 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpHjax7rqEE
Copyright (C) 2012 by the makerbot YouTube Channel
Video released the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

TASK

1 | Please watch and take notes on the video lecture linked above.

INTEGRATED ESSAY 1

Summarize the main points from the lecture, explaining how they are the results of the points made in the reading.

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What We Did in Our TOEFL Lessons Today | 26 Feb. 2014 | Winter Trimester 2013 - 2014 Block 4 Lesson 10

This blog post is about a course at The College of Chicago.

TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 10 ON 26 FEB. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 - 09:45 | Discussion of the TOEFLtv YouTube Videos[1] and then students paraphrased the ideas from video they watched for homework into The College of Chicago Student TOEFL Tips Document
b | 09:55 - 11:20 | Cambridge Practice Test 3 Speaking simulation
c | 11:30 - 12:15 | Student-teacher conferences to discuss progress this block
d | 12:50 - 13:50 | Elective

HOMEWORK

1 | Finish the first draft of your cuisine essay
2 | Do your section of the reading tips
3 | Study for the Exercise 2 Quiz
4 | Read the writing rubric (due Monday)


LINKS

1 | https://www.youtube.com/user/TOEFLtv

PREVIOUS LESSONS IN THIS BLOCK

a | Winter Trimester 2013 - 2014 Block 4 Lesson 1 Recap & Homework http://dalab.cc/post/76249048633/
b | Lessons 2 - 5 http://dalab.cc/post/77102158510/
c | Lesson 6 http://dalab.cc/post/77217751839/
d | Lessons 7 & 8 http://dalab.cc/post/77726426824/
e | Lesson 9 http://dalab.cc/post/77847904036/

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What We Did in Our TOEFL Lessons Today | 25 Feb. 2014 | Winter Trimester 2013 - 2014 Block 4 Lesson 9

This blog post is about a course at The College of Chicago.

TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 9 ON 25 FEB. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 - 09:45 | Greeting; Revising Essays/Peer Editing of Essays; Students who with low scores re-took CGT Quiz 1
b | 09:55 - 11:20 | Cambridge Practice Test 3 Listening simulation; Begin working on practicing “Statements of Opposition” to use in speaking and writing TOEFL responses
c | 11:30 - 12:15 | Finish practicing “Statements of Opposition”
d | 12:50 - 13:50 | Elective

HOMEWORK

1 | Study the words from “Vocabulary Exercise 2” in your textbook (pp. 190 - 192) for Thursday’s quiz
2 | Catch up on all late homework: TOEFL YouTube video, Tips for the TOEFL Reading Section Google Doc, Cuisine Descriptive Essay and/or any missing Independent Writing assignments. See the links below to past blog posts for more specifics about any assignments.

LINKS

1 | Winter Trimester 2013 - 2014 Block 4 Lesson 1 Recap & Homework http://dalab.cc/post/76249048633/
2 | Lessons 2 - 5 http://dalab.cc/post/77102158510/
3 | Lesson 6 http://dalab.cc/post/77217751839/
4 | Lessons 7 & 8 http://dalab.cc/post/77726426824/

How Should Universities Profit From Student Research?

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John Bringardner on Cornell Tech and why universities invest in student startups: http://nyr.kr/1hpDEiq

“The Runway program is designed to turn deep academic research into a marketable product; its first post-docs have already spent years in the lab, sometimes running into dead ends and starting over in a way that pure academic research allows but investors don’t.”

Rendering of Cornell Tech by Kilograph.

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What We Did in Our TOEFL Lessons Today & Last Thursday | Winter Trimester 2013 - 2014 Block 4 Lessons 7 and 8

The College of Chicago | http://thecollegeofchicago.com

TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 7 ON 20 FEB. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 - 09:45 | Greeting; CGT Vocab Quiz 1; Revising Essays/Peer Editing of Essays
b | 09:55 - 11:20 | Cambridge Practice Test 2 Speaking simulation; Finish Peer Essay Editing
c | 11:30 - 12:15 | Students develop a Tips for the TOEFL Reading Section document
d | 12:50 - 13:50 | Conversation Practice

HOMEWORK

1 | Study the words from “Vocabulary Exercise 2” in your textbook (pp. 190 - 192) for next Thursday’s quiz
2 | Write an independent essay about borrowing money from a friend[1]
3 | Read the 2013-2014 TOEFL Bulletin [2]
4 | Finish the rough draft of your “Cuisine Descriptive Essay”

LINKS

1 | The prompt was taken from ETS https://www.ets.org/Media/Tests/TOEFL/pdf/989563wt.pdf
2 | http://www.ets.org/s/toefl/pdf/toefl_ibt_bulletin_2013-14.pdf Became aware of this thanks to advice from The Complete Guide to the TOEFL Test iBT Ed. (pp. xvii - xxi)

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TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 8 ON 24 FEB. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 - 09:45 | Greeting; Revising Essays/Peer Editing of Essays; Students who were absent Friday took CGT Quiz 1
b | 09:55 - 11:20 | Cambridge Practice Test 1 Reading simulation; Revise the student tips for the TOEFL reading section document
c | 11:30 - 12:15 | Cambridge Practice Test 1 Writing simulation
d | 12:50 - 13:50 | Elective

HOMEWORK

1 | Study the words from “Vocabulary Exercise 2” in your textbook (pp. 190 - 192) for Thursday’s quiz
2 | Write an independent essay about groups and organizations[1]
3 | Watch 1 YouTube video from the TOEFLtv channel by ETS https://www.youtube.com/user/TOEFLtv and then do a report on it to present tomorrow in class
4 | Finish the rough draft of the Student Tips for the TOEFL Reading Section Google Doc

LINKS

1 | The prompt was taken from ETS https://www.ets.org/Media/Tests/TOEFL/pdf/989563wt.pdf

2 | Also see:

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What We Did in Our TOEFL Lesson Today | 2/19/14 | Winter Block 4 Lesson 6

The College of Chicago | http://thecollegeofchicago.com

TOEFL WINTER TRIMESTER 2013 - 2014 BLOCK 4
WHAT WE DID IN LESSON 6 ON 19 FEB. 2014

RECAP

a | 08:30 - 09:45 | Greeting, Revising Essays/Peer Editing of Essays

b | 09:55 - 11:20 | Cambridge practice test 2 Listening simulation & finished reviewing the “Goldilocks” listening assignment

c | 11:30 - 12:15 | “Goldilocks” speaking assignment
—> Required them write out an outline for their independent response practice

d | 12:50 - 13:50 | Elective

HOMEWORK

1 | Bring your laptop to school
2 | Study the words from “Vocabulary Exercise 1” in your textbook (pp. 188 - 190) for tomorrow’s quiz
3 | Write an independent essay about
4 | Find 2 research articles and summarize them for your “Cuisine Descriptive Essay”
5 | Read the “About Reading” section of the textbook (pp. 2 - 16)

LINKS

1 | The prompt was taken from ETS https://www.ets.org/Media/Tests/TOEFL/pdf/989563wt.pdf

2 | Also see:

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