The following is my transcription of what the teacher of an online teaching program said:
OK, friends, welcome back. Before we jump into our text, let’s take a look at the dec (?)for the article, which reads, “One of the world’s most respected film makers takes on an Olympic task.”
Although I have viewed the part of the video several times, I'm still unable to make out what the accurate word is before "for the article." That word, which sounds like "dec" or "deck" or something like that, means "subtitile" or "subheading"for sure. And this is the full title of the article:
One of the world’s most respected film makers takes on an Olympic task
PS: It is the title for today's(June 23) StudioClassroom article. If you would like to take the trouble to watch that video, you please go to http://digichannel.go2school.com.tw/?link=tv/tv.asp. It is in Section 1, which lasts 10 minutes and 19 seconds(10:19) and this remark comes right at 02:54/10:19. You can just fastforward it and go to that location of the video. If you want to check on the title, you please just stop at 01:36/10:19.
Last edited by ohmyrichard; 23-Jun-2008 at 03:56.
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