Extensive Listening Report
Solbi Moon 18/20 Good, but repetition of #2, #4 from previous reports.
http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/neil_pasricha_the_3_a_s_of_awesome.html
3A's of awesome

1.How long did you search for the listening? (min)
-5

2.Why did you decide on this listening?
-title looks interesting. It seems that every 'title looks interesting'? Can you explain why exactly? What actually attracted
you to this speech?

3.How long did you listen? (min)
-19

4.What other resources on the site did you access?
-this site is kinds of teacing site. you can find math and science lecture for begginver

5.How difficult was the listening?
- a little bit too difficult

6.How much of the listening did you understand? (%) and explain
- 80%
it was easy to understand because he said about his life and stressed 3a.

7.How did you listen?
-at first, i just listen and then i tried stopping play...

8.What was the listening about? (own title)
-The robots interacting with people

9.Write a short summary.
he has some stories.
He has blog which hit the world.
he published book whose name is 3A awesome. he wanted to share with us 3a's awesome.
3a are attitude, awareness, and authenticity.
thruough your life, we faced not only good situation but also bad situation.
also, in present and future, we face and will face. so, we have to have good attitude.
second a is arwarness. we have to remember the frist time we did something.
it makes us careful.
last a is authenticity. that means that you are just being you and being cool.


10.What is your opinion of the content?
- i think 3a's awesome could be positive thinking.
3a's awesome is based on positive mind...i think....

11.Does the author express personal opinion? If so, what is it? How can you tell?
3A's awesome is what we need in our life. it is his opinion.

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Solbi Moon 18/20 Definitely proofread your answer. So many careless errors in writing/spelling.
http://www.ted.com/talks/cynthia_breazeal_the_rise_of_personal_robots.html
the rise of personel robot

1.How long did you search for the listening? (min)
-5

2.Why did you decide on this listening?
-title looks interesting.

3.How long did you listen? (min)
-15

4.What other resources on the site did you access?
-this site is kinds of teacing site. you can find math and science lecture for begginver

5.How difficult was the listening?
- a little bit too difficult

6.How much of the listening did you understand? (%) and explain
- 70%
it is related to science, so vocabulary is a little bit difficult.
however, speaker uses some pictures related to her speech. It helped me.

7.How did you listen?
-at first, i just listen and then i tried stopping play...

8.What was the listening about? (own title)
-The robots interacting with people

9.Write a short summary.
Robots have been interacting with things,,not peaple.
So, she started to make robots interacting with people.

first social robot is kismet. It is non-verbal; it didn't speak language.
It just uses non-verbl gesture.
through her experiments, she came up with idea that is distance play.
It is from her hope to make their children get along with their grandparents living far.
Grandmotehr turns on computer and play robots. robots play everything she do on computer.

she also have been making robots which help peeple do diets and exercise.

10.What is your opinion of the content?
-she insists on making robots which is interacting with people
I agree with her opinion because our science ability much grows.
it's enough to help our products. now we need social netwark.

11.Does the author express personal opinion? If so, what is it? How can you tell?
yes.she insists on making robots which is interacting with people
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Solbi Moon 18/20
http://www.ted.com/talks/mother_and_daughter_doctor_heroes_hawa_abdi_deqo_mohamed.html
Mother and daughter doctor-heroes: Hawa Abdi + Deqo Mohamed

1.How long did you search for the listening? (min)
-2min

2.Why did you decide on this listening?
-title looks interesting.

3.How long did you listen? (min)
-20

4.What other resources on the site did you access?
-it has many categories like inspiring, courgeous...and so on.

5.How difficult was the listening?
-a bit too difficult

6.How much of the listening did you understand? (%) and explain
-80%
vocabulary is familiar with me.
however, she is not native. I think she made some mistakes in english. but it is not really big problem.
despite some grammar problem, i can understand. it's tiny problem...

7.How did you listen?
-at first, i just listen and then i tried stopping play... especially, the end of part is a little bit difficult.

8.What was the listening about? (own title)
-Mom and daughter are working together in hostpital.

9.Write a short summary.
mother and daughter works in hospital as a docter in somailia
most fo the patients are women and children.
everyday, more or less than 500 patients visit.
They have not only hospital but also camp as a shelter and school for the poor.
It's kind of society named somali society.
They have two rules about their society.
First rule is that there is no clan distinguished and political division in somali society
Second ruld is that man can't beat their wife. if they hit their wife, they are put to jail made by somai society.

the mother said she wanted to be a doctor when she saw the doctor who treated patients.
so, she becomes a doctor and demand her daughter to also be a doctor.
actually, her daughter wanted to be a reporter. but when world war broke, she saw her mother helping people.
she changed her mind and now, she is a doctor.
they do 10-20sergery. it is very hard.
they always welcome woman and children..

they said woman is strong.

10.What is your opinion of the content?
-they do something awesome!!! they help woman and children as docter and also as government.
it is very hard. they are not official government, but they offer shelter and education. it's awesome.

11.Does the author express personal opinion? If so, what is it? How can you tell?
I think they said woman can do anything. they mentioned woman has stood up and they try to help the woman suffering from some problems.

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Solbi Moon 20/20 Yes!
2.8Dale Dougherty: We are makers
http://www.ted.com/talks/dale_dougherty_we_are_makers.html

1.How long did you search for the listening? (min)
-3min

2.Why did you decide on this listening?
-title looks interesting

3.How long did you listen? (min)
-30min..

4.What other resources on the site did you access?
-many kinds of speaking.
such as?

5.How difficult was the listening?
-a bit too difficult

6.How much of the listening did you understand? (%) and explain
-70%
Although I can't understand whole contents, I can keep up with speech.
because he show me visual information like picture and video.
however, some voca related to science were difficult.

7.How did you listen?
-at first, I just listend and then I tried to stop playing if i don't understand the contents and repeated.
Did you try to pick up some new vocabulary?
8.What was the listening about? (own title)
-we are makers; i think his title is the best title.

9.Write a short summary.
-this speech tell us that all of people is maker.
He show many kinds of examples like makers event held in san francisco and New york.
there are muffin ride-you can ride in the muffin shape, ball bra and so on.
another example is that the young boy who has been interested in collecting something and put togather is building robots which move in factory.
While trying to make something, Makers harvest technology
Makers is not remarkerble. Although we don't recognize that we are makers, it is very clear that we are makres.
for example, woman make pie; she is makers.

So, we are makers.

10.What is your opinion of the content?
-before I watched this speech, I have never though tath I am makers. It's interesting.
It's very good meaning. It sounds like that we are all valuable people.

11.Does the author express personal opinion? If so, what is it? How can you tell?
Yes, he said that we are makers. while we try to make something, we progress.

Is there any reference to what scientists or experts say?