Now you can explain what "flow" is about to a young child. Actually, that is much more challenging than talking to your friends or teachers because you've got to use the simplest possible words and phrases from the context. Not easy, is it?
1. Grammar in Use
Unit 24: when I do/have done, when and if
-> Additional Exercises 12-3, 4/p.303, 13/p.304
2. Open Forum-2 Chapter 2 Psychology
Radio Program about the Concept of “flow” #2
- Review Listening =>Task-1
Explain what the state of flow means with example(s) to an elementary student within 5 sentences.
- Read the Script just once.
=> Task-2: Write what the state of flow means within 50 words in 15 minutes.
“Flow” is the state of ultimate experience that contributes greatly to quality of life. Unlike watching TV or sitting on the beach, it requires challenges and skills. While someone is in the state of flow, he or she is too focused to even recognize the pleasure. (46 words)
=> Express your response (Thinking and Speaking-2/p.12)
1. Read what the state of flow means
2. Then talk if you agree with the psychologist’s opinion that this kind of concentration might be important for achieving quality of life? Why or why not?