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This Morning Denise Collins Took her Children to the Natural History Museum


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New Dynamic English 8E-1

Lao Opening

NDE Opening

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SCRIPT 8E

Contents

NDE Opening

Interview. Denise Collins: There were big dinosaurs.

Language Focus. Denise went to the Natural History Museum

Interview 2. Denise Collins: They died because conditions changed.

Language Focus. Why did the dinosaurs die?

E-mail: Did all the dinosaurs die because it was too cold?

Language Focus. Listen and answer.

Daily Dialogue: No Coffee! (Part 2)

Man on the Street: Girl Poet

NDE Closing

Story Interlude: Talking about e-mail

FIB Opening

Interview: Blake and Epstein Parting

Dialog: FIB Dialog,

Language Focus: Variations

Interview:

Language Focus: Questions Based on FIB Dialog

Culture Tips: Networking

Language Focus: True/False

Business Dialog: Talking about the future

Focus on Functions: Talking about the future

Gary’s Tips: Future Plans

FIB Closing

NDE Opening

NDE MUSIC lead-in and then dips for voice over

Max (voice-over): Hi, I’m Max.

Kathy (voice-over): Hello. My name is Kathy.

Max and Kathy (voice-over): Welcome to New Dynamic English!

MUSIC up and then fade

Larry: New Dynamic English is a basic English language course and an introduction to American people and culture.

Today’s unit is “What Killed the Dinosaurs?”

Saly: (In Lao) New Dynamic English is a basic English language course and an introduction to American people and culture.

Today’s unit is “What Killed the Dinosaurs?”

This program will focus on cause and effect and sentences with “because.”

Denise went to a museum with her children.

· a natural history museum Lao translation

MUSIC

Kathy: Hi, Max.

Max: Hi, Kathy.

Who’s our guest today?

Kathy: Denise Collins. Remember, she’s the receptionist at a law firm.

She’s married and she has two children.

This morning she took her children to the Natural History Museum.

She’s going to tell us about it.

Max: That sounds interesting.

MUSIC

Interview. Denise Collins: There were big dinosaurs.

Larry: Interview

Saly: Interview in Lao

Saly(in Lao): Denise learned about dinosaurs at the museum.

· a dinosaur Lao translation

Most dinosaurs ate plants, but some dinosaurs ate meat. Lao translation

Kathy: Today’s guest is Denise Collins.

How are you today, Denise?

Denise: Fine, thanks.

Kathy: Did your kids enjoy their visit to the museum?

Denise: Oh, yes. They saw lots of interesting things.

Kathy: What did they like best?

Denise: They liked the dinosaurs best.

We learned about different kinds of dinosaurs.

Kathy: Dinosaurs were very big, weren’t they?

Denise: Not all of them were big.

There were big dinosaurs and there were small dinosaurs.

Kathy: What did they eat?

Denise: Most dinosaurs ate plants, but some dinosaurs ate meat.

Kathy: Our guest is Denise Collins. We’ll talk more after our break.

This is New Dynamic English.

MUSIC

Language Focus. Denise went to the Natural History Museum

Larry: Listen and repeat.

Saly: Listen to the words. Say the words.(In Lao)

Max: Denise took her kids to the Natural History Museum.

(pause for repeat)

Max: They learned about different kinds of dinosaurs.

(pause for repeat)

Max: There were big dinosaurs and there were small dinosaurs.

(pause for repeat)

Max: Most dinosaurs ate plants, but some dinosaurs ate meat.

(pause for repeat)

MUSIC

Interview 2. Denise Collins: They died because conditions changed.

Larry: Interview

Saly: Interview(In Lao)

About sixty-five million years ago, a very large meteor hit the Earth.

The dinosaurs died because the Earth became cold and dark.

(In Lao)

· a meteor Lao translation

· dirt and dust Lao translation

They died because conditions changed. Lao translation

The earth suddenly became cold and dark. Lao translation

NDE Closing

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