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The Car of the Future 2.4.5 Generalize

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Materials Required "The Car of the Future" article Pen/pencil Paper

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Activate Background Knowledge Quick Write: compose a speedy passage or two depicting what an auto without bounds may resemble (appearance, fuel utilized, innovative components). You have ten minutes to compose this, so take as much time as necessary and incorporate all that you can consider. We will share after the snappy compose.

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Your thoughts combine and Share your thoughts regarding the auto without bounds with an accomplice. Every combine will impart their best thought to the entire class.

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Vocabulary in Context Each of the accompanying vocabulary words is displayed in a logical sentence from the article "Auto of the Future." Work with an accomplice foreseeing what every word implies in view of its sentence then we will settle on a working definition as a gathering.

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Vocabulary: inserted Guided by cutting edge voyage control, GPS, and sensors implanted in the roadway, the auto remains in its line, keeps up a sheltered separation from different vehicles, and alarms you to your exit.

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Vocabulary: control network So you connect to the city\'s energy lattice to encourage it power created by your auto—for which you\'ll get a vitality credit later on.

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Vocabulary: hydrogen The main contender to supplant great old rancid gas is hydrogen , the most abundant and accessible component on the planet.

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Vocabulary: half and halves Gasoline-electric mixtures like the Toyota Prius and the Ford Escape will be more regular.

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Vocabulary: fossil energizes " \'As much as we\'d get a kick out of the chance to get around in flying saucers, actually by 2020 despite everything we\'ll be driving vehicles that utilization fossil fills ,\' says Mary Ann Wright… "

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Vocabulary: powerful aggravations Oxides of nitrogen-known as NOX-are strong aggravations .

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Vocabulary: exchanges But there are no street signs anyplace, not for stores, service stations, eateries, or even the nearby exits and trades .

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Vocabulary: intuitive The intelligent frameworks assume control. Your auto spots an accommodation store at the following way out and destroys your basic supply list ahead.

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What is a phrase? Any speculations? Imply: now and again on the off chance that you misjudge a figure of speech you feel like a nitwit . A figure of speech is an expression that ought not be perused truly to comprehend its importance. For instance, "pouring down like there\'s no tomorrow" means it\'s drizzling hard – not that felines and puppies are tumbling from the sky. Expressions

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Idioms in Context 1. The auto\'s electric engine keeps running on hydrogen, and has as of now been finished off , consequently from an apparatus in your carport. What else would you be able to "finish off?"

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Idioms in Context Once in the parking garage, you check the fuel gage and figure you have all that could possibly be needed juice to make it home. What is another circumstance you\'d require enough "juice" for?

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Idioms in Context "On a very basic level, we see no amusement changing innovation accessible by 2020," says Bob Rivard, VP of Advanced Technology and Product Marketing for car provider Robert Bosch Corp. Will you consider over "amusement changing" advances in innovation?

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Idioms in Context Electronic capacities, driver inclinations, remote network—it\'s all in the pipeline , coming at us quick. What else could be in the "pipeline?"

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Idioms in Context "That implies everybody coming into the auto market will have known only the Internet, and he or she will underestimate it ," he says. Is there anything you\'ve ever "underestimated?" Did you ever think the expression was "take for rock?" 

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Idioms in Context Far-brought ? Prasad thinks no more so than what was at one time another radical thought—disseminating cash from machines called ATMs. What different thoughts have appeared to be "fantastical" before?

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Setting a Purpose Today you will read an article that guesses about what autos may resemble later on. The article depicts distinctive fuel choices in the year 2020. Perused and highlight data about the diverse fuel potential outcomes alongside advantages and disadvantages of each.

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During Reading Read and highlight the article, fuel potential outcomes, and stars & cons for each. We will utilize the Me-We-Two technique to round out a realistic coordinator Me = educator We = instructor + understudies Two = two understudies

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Gasoline (Me)

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Diesel (We)

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Hydrogen (Two) Fuel Options Chart

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Completed Fuel Options Chart

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Drawing conclusions - fuel Looking at the upsides and downsides of gas, diesel, and hydrogen; which fuel alternative is best? Compose an entire answer utilizing three content based points of interest to bolster your decision. The substance of every "rise" in the realistic coordinator is a content based detail.

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Author\'s Purpose Did the writer of "The Car of the Future" compose to engage, educate, or induce you? Utilize two content based points of interest to bolster your decision. We will share replies in a few minutes.

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Drawing Conclusions What decision would you be able to make about which fuel will be utilized via vehicles in 2020? Give two content based points of interest from the article to bolster your decision.

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Predictions Revisited Take another take a gander at your forecasts of what an auto without bounds would resemble. How comparative was your expectation to the one exhibited in the article? How was your expectation distinctive? (Thoroughly analyze)

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Final Reflection Write a snappy diary about the systems utilized as a part of this lesson, how successful they were for you, and how you will utilize them in future perusing.

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