Hot Spot 4 Teacher's Book Pack. Hot Spot 4 Teacher. Colin Granger. ISBN: ; English Type: British English; Published Date: Hot Spot is an English course designed for ten to fourteen-year-olds. Each book contains theme-based modules made up of three double-page presentation lessons, a cross-cultural integrated skills lesson, a 'can do' review. Testimonials from teachers Snezhana Pachko and Orlando Savage, Who are Testimonials from Hot Spot teachers! Hot Spot 4 is a book for "betweenagers".
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Hot Spot 4 - Student's Book contains seven theme-based modules each made up of three double-page presentation lessons, a cross-cultural or cross-curricular. Hot Spot 4 Teacher's Book with Test CD [Colin Granger] on gongturoqate.gq *FREE * shipping on qualifying offers. Hot Spot is a new four-level course for students aged It takes students from A spiral bound and interleaved Teacher's Book with: • Warm-up and.
Here's Koko with her kitten. It's her cute little, fluffy pet kitten. Koko once blamed her pet kitten for ripping a sink out of the wall. Laughter We're hardwired to become leaders of the pack. It's starts really, really early. How early? Well babies will fake a cry, pause, wait to see who's coming and then go right back to crying. One-year-olds learn concealment. Laughter Two-year-olds bluff. Five-year-olds lie outright. They manipulate via flattery. Nine-year-olds, masters of the cover-up.
By the time you enter college, you're going to lie to your mom in one out of every five interactions. By the time we enter this work world and we're breadwinners, we enter a world that is just cluttered with Spam, fake digital friends, partisan media, ingenious identity thieves, world-class Ponzi schemers, a deception epidemic — in short, what one author calls a post-truth society.
It's been very confusing for a long time now. What do you do? Well, there are steps we can take to navigate our way through the morass. Trained liespotters get to the truth 90 percent of the time. The rest of us, we're only 54 percent accurate.
Why is it so easy to learn? There are good liars and bad liars. There are no real original liars. We all make the same mistakes.
We all use the same techniques. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to show you two patterns of deception. And then we're going to look at the hot spots and see if we can find them ourselves. We're going to start with speech. Video Bill Clinton: I want you to listen to me. I'm going to say this again. I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky. I never told anybody to lie, not a single time, never.
And these allegations are false. And I need to go back to work for the American people. Thank you. Applause Pamela Meyer: Okay, what were the telltale signs? Well first we heard what's known as a non-contracted denial. Studies show that people who are overdetermined in their denial will resort to formal rather than informal language. We also heard distancing language: "that woman.
Now if Bill Clinton had said, "Well, to tell you the truth Now if he had repeated the question in its entirety, or if he had peppered his account with a little too much detail — and we're all really glad he didn't do that — he would have further discredited himself. Freud had it right. Freud said, look, there's much more to it than speech: "No mortal can keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips. We all chatter with our fingertips.
I'm going to show you Dominique Strauss-Kahn with Obama who's chattering with his fingertips.
Laughter Now this brings us to our next pattern, which is body language. With body language, here's what you've got to do. You've really got to just throw your assumptions out the door. Let the science temper your knowledge a little bit.
Because we think liars fidget all the time. Well guess what, they're known to freeze their upper bodies when they're lying.
We think liars won't look you in the eyes. Well guess what, they look you in the eyes a little too much just to compensate for that myth. We think warmth and smiles convey honesty, sincerity. But a trained liespotter can spot a fake smile a mile away. Can you all spot the fake smile here? You can consciously contract the muscles in your cheeks. But the real smile's in the eyes, the crow's feet of the eyes.
They cannot be consciously contracted, especially if you overdid the Botox. Don't overdo the Botox; nobody will think you're honest. Now we're going to look at the hot spots. Can you tell what's happening in a conversation? Can you start to find the hot spots to see the discrepancies between someone's words and someone's actions? Now, I know it seems really obvious, but when you're having a conversation with someone you suspect of deception, attitude is by far the most overlooked but telling of indicators.
An honest person is going to be cooperative. They're going to show they're on your side. They're going to be enthusiastic. They're going to be willing and helpful to getting you to the truth.
They're going to be willing to brainstorm, name suspects, provide details. They're going to say, "Hey, maybe it was those guys in payroll that forged those checks. And if you ask someone honest what should happen to whomever did forge those checks, an honest person is much more likely to recommend strict rather than lenient punishment. Now let's say you're having that exact same conversation with someone deceptive. That person may be withdrawn, look down, lower their voice, pause, be kind of herky-jerky.
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You need to be able to move seamlessly from one to the next. I arrived in Ao Nang and the first night, the internet completely went away for about half an hour for no reason.
I panicked. They are everywhere in Thailand and super easy to find. I walked inside and the woman working handed me a brochure of sim card options. It was easy to compare plans and prices. I chose the unlimited data option up to 6 Mbps speed. Even though it was less expensive, that sounded like the kind of thing I would forget to do. Being quite paranoid about anything interfering with my classes, I chose the unlimited plan to be on the safe side.
They also had options for 7 days and 15 days for travelers spending less than a month in Thailand. Once I picked my plan, they swapped out my sim card, taped my old sim card to a bright green card with instructions for how to re-up my plan at the end of the months if I want, and I was all set!
Sure enough, the internet decided it wanted to flicker on and off around class three so I slyly flipped on my hotspot and connected my laptop to that instead of the WiFi. I refreshed the classroom and we were good to go.
The student hardly noticed. The connection on the hot spot was a teensy bit laggier than the regular WiFi but it was definitely do-able for class. Once class ended, I was able to reset the router and continue on the WiFi like normal, but having the hotspot bought me precious time. Most importantly, it made the experience for my student much smoother. When I got to my accommodation, I connected my hotspot to my laptop and started browsing.
The internet seemed to work very fast and I had 4G coverage throughout my accommodation. Teaching on the 4G hot spot worked great, even in a place as remote as Lombok, Indonesia.