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Focus study 8:

Territory and Memory

Final task: Suggest a visit in Ireland that meets engineering and cultural needs in an original and lively oral speech, then, interact to select the ones worth having


REMINDER: What are the stakes of
an Engineering English Oral speech?

What are the cultural characteristics of these Irish European Green Cities:

Have a look at the new Focus study "Territory and Memory".

Connect Irish cities with this topic.

Use linking words to make your speech coherent and meaningful in order to answer a general personal question

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Dublin

Today I am learning to...

So that I can

I know I've got it when

What are the stakes of Energy in Ireland?

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Today I am learning to...

Walk my way through unknown speeches or texts and focus on facts (Who, What, Where, When?) before getting access to the implicit (Why, How, What for?)

Deal with unknown words or phrases and get the gist of the message anyway


LISTENING OR READING STRATEGIES

At every step, I check my assumptions

Step 1 : I should look at the title or at the paratext (picture, title, source) to make assumptions about the topic

Step 2 : I should find a link with the cultural axis and with the title of the chapter

Step 3 : I should make a list of the words and expressions I expect to hear / to read

Step 4 : I should focus on what I understand (who ? what ? when ? where ? or people, context, time, place)

Step 5 : I should look for links, connectors, or shifts between pieces of information

Step 6 : I should pay attention to intonation or tone (what for ? or effect)


So that I can...

Account for energy stakes in Europe


I know I've got it when...

Identify the enunciation situation and the context

Identify the communication strategies

Make out the structure of the document to support how it works


Connect these answers with linking words and use logical connectors to enhance the purpose of the document



Energy costs in Irish pubs

Today I am learning to...

Walk my way through unknown speeches or texts and focus on facts (Who, What, Where, When?) before getting access to the implicit (Why, How, What for?)

Deal with unknown words or phrases and get the gist of the message anyway


LISTENING OR READING STRATEGIES

At every step, I check my assumptions

Step 1 : I should look at the title or at the paratext (picture, title, source) to make assumptions about the topic

Step 2 : I should find a link with the cultural axis and with the title of the chapter

Step 3 : I should make a list of the words and expressions I expect to hear / to read

Step 4 : I should focus on what I understand (who ? what ? when ? where ? or people, context, time, place)

Step 5 : I should look for links, connectors, or shifts between pieces of information

Step 6 : I should pay attention to intonation or tone (what for ? or effect)


So that I can...

Account for energy stakes in Europe


I know I've got it when...

Identify the enunciation situation and the context

Identify the communication strategies

Make out the structure of the document to support how it works


Connect these answers with linking words and use logical connectors to enhance the purpose of the document



New energy ties in Europe between Ireland and France

Today I am learning to...

Walk my way through unknown speeches or texts and focus on facts (Who, What, Where, When?) before getting access to the implicit (Why, How, What for?)

Deal with unknown words or phrases and get the gist of the message anyway


LISTENING OR READING STRATEGIES

At every step, I check my assumptions

Step 1 : I should look at the title or at the paratext (picture, title, source) to make assumptions about the topic

Step 2 : I should find a link with the cultural axis and with the title of the chapter

Step 3 : I should make a list of the words and expressions I expect to hear / to read

Step 4 : I should focus on what I understand (who ? what ? when ? where ? or people, context, time, place)

Step 5 : I should look for links, connectors, or shifts between pieces of information

Step 6 : I should pay attention to intonation or tone (what for ? or effect)


So that I can...

Enhance what transition Ireland has engaged in so far

I know I've got it when...

Identify the enunciation situation and the context

Identify the communication strategies

Make out the structure of the document to support how it works




From Green to Power : https://www.seai.ie/data-and-insights/seai-statistics/key-statistics/renewables/

What specific sustainable engineering assets do these Irish cities have?

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Today I am learning to...

Walk my way through unknown speeches or texts and focus on facts (Who, What, Where, When?) before getting access to the implicit (Why, How, What for?)

Deal with unknown words or phrases and get the gist of the message anyway


LISTENING OR READING STRATEGIES

At every step, I check my assumptions

Step 1 : I should look at the title or at the paratext (picture, title, source) to make assumptions about the topic

Step 2 : I should find a link with the cultural axis and with the title of the chapter

Step 3 : I should make a list of the words and expressions I expect to hear / to read

Step 4 : I should focus on what I understand (who ? what ? when ? where ? or people, context, time, place)

Step 5 : I should look for links, connectors, or shifts between pieces of information

Step 6 : I should pay attention to intonation or tone (what for ? or effect)


So that I can...

Enhance cultural heritage as environmental leverage

I know I've got it when...

Support my ideas with technical arguments

Announce AND answer the question raised at the beginning


Galway's Fab lab

GMIT

Green Cork

Smart Limerick

Rolling Dublin

Portershed

Croke Park

Trinity College

Book Of Kells App

LIT

Today I'm showing that I can...

Account for my choices of visits using cultural and ecological arguments

I know I've got it because I...

Suggest a specific tour you want to have when in Ireland justifying its engineering and green values