미국 대학교육과 미국 경제 - (3)
다음을 읽고 물음에 답해 보세요. ^^
[1]
The President has introduced programs.
The programs reward(보상하다) schools that don't raise tuition fee.
The programs will not work.
1-1. 미국 대통령은 어떤 프로그램을 도입하였나요?ㅗ
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1-1. 미국 대통령은 어떤 프로그램을 도입하였나요?ㅗ
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1-2. 저자는 이 프로그램에 대해 어떻게 생각하나요?
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[2]
1. Right now there is continuous supply(공급) of buyers of college education.
2. These buyers are students who cannot get jobs.
3. These buyers are students who think that they can get a job by going to college.
2-1. 핵심 내용은 몇 번 문장에 들어 있나요?
2-2. 핵심내용의 의미를 간단히 한 문장으로 써 보세요.
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[3]
1. What students are doing is similar to flipping houses. (flipping houses : 이익을 남기고 팔 목적으로 집을 사는 것)
2. You borrow as much money as you can.
3. And you go to the best school you can get into(들어갈 수 있다).
4. You go to the best schoo you can afford(비용을 감당할 수 있다).
5. Then you "flip" that education for the great job.
3-1. 핵심내용은 몇 번 문장에 들어있나요?
3-2. 핵심내용의 뜻을 간단히 한 문장으로 써 보세요.
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[4]
1. But the reality is that great jobs aren’t always there.
2. I don't think that a college kid took debt with the expectation to work for minimum wage.
3. At some point potential students will realize that they can’t flip their student loans for a job in 4 years.
4. In fact they will realize that college may be the option for fun and entertainment, but not for education.
4-1. 핵심내용이 들어 있는 문장을 두 개 골라 보세요.
4-2. 고른 문장의 의미를 간단히 두 문장으로 써 보세요.
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1. Prices for traditional college will rise over the next several years.
2. And potential students will start to get education from non-traditional educational institutions.
5-1. 핵심내용이 들어있는 문장을 골라 보세요.
5-2. 핵심내용의 의미를 간단히 써 보세요.
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마치며
수고하셨습니다 ^^
질문에 답해주시면 감사하겠습니다. ^^
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어려우셨나요? 쉬우셨나요? (가장 어려운 경우 3)
또 풀어보고 싶으신가요? (가장 풀어보고 싶은 경우 3)
연습자료에 대한 정보
이 연습자료는 "The Coming Meltdown in College Education & Why The Economy Won’t Get Better Any Time Soon"이라는 글의 일부를 단순하게 바꾸어 쓴 것입니다.

http://blogmaverick.com/2012/05/13/the-coming-meltdown-in-college-education-why-the-economy-wont-get-better-any-time-soon/

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