2016年8月31日水曜日

Advancing 2-Aug.31st

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 14  
2. Read & Write-3 Unit 3 Sports  Reading #1  Fast Cars, Big Money 
Reading #1  Fast Cars, Big Money
- Vocabulary
- Skim the Text; Title, Subheadings, Photo, Caption
- Read-> Main Ideas and Details
- Reading Skill: Scanning  Mark the words you’re going to scan-> Scan
- What do you think?-1  Do you think Formula 1 racing is a good or bad investment?
=>Blog Write your answer in five to eight sentences. Use an idea map to bring perspectives for planning.
3. Inside Reading-3 Unit 4 Public Health   Reading-1  Determinants of Mortality 
- Study Words/Expressions/Grammar
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level 
- A. -> Corpus  radical  basic, fundamental, important parts of sth, for change from accepted or traditional forms; profound, essential: ~ changes/reform/differences, ~ idea/solution/proposal/measures  - thoroughgoing or extreme; progressive, extreme, revolutionary (N) 
empirical [ɛmˈpɪr ɪ kəl] based on experiments, experience rather than theories or ideas; practical, experimental, hands-on, firsthand: ~ evidence/knowledge/research/study  <-> theoretical
-> B 
- Corpus  aspect  element to consider; prospect, view (visual effect): the physical aspect of the landscape
-> C.1 Ind. Speech-1 What are two most important aspects for you to decide which college to attend/which major to choose? 
Vocabulary Activities-Sentence Level
- E. Read the texts aloud 

2016年8月30日火曜日

Senior 2-Aug.30th

1. Read & Write Unit 6 Laughter Reading-2  The Best Medicine Is Laughter
- Vocabulary-> Dic effect on, pain in, 
fear of failure, ~ about what …, ~ for safety, ~ over terrorism
- Read-> Underline TS, Main Ideas: Identify key word(s) to find the answer -> Details => Pair
=> WDT-2  Activity to laugh.
=> Speak your answer. Answer the question, support it in two or three sentences and conclude
Do you want to join one of the International Laughter Clubs? 
- Vocabulary Skills: Using the Dictionary  Identify the Part of Speech
- Read contagious [kənteɪdʒəs] capable of being transmitted by contact w/an infected person/object: ~ diseases.
=> Shadow Reading
2. Cover to Cover Unit 7  Intelligence   Part 2  Animal Intelligence
- Introduction Experiments: Chimps, Gorillas, Dolphins
- Vocabulary Before Reading: Tablet crow – raven Monkeys vs Apes (1:04)




- monkey: with tails, tree-dwelling except baboons 
-ape: no tails; orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, humans  
- Comprehension Strategy: Scanning -> Choose words to scan=> Task-A
1. prick up one’s ears - (a horse or dog) make the ears stand erect when on the alert.
- to listen carefully: The children ~ed their ears when they heard the word “candy.”
- Skimming => Read the title, first and last par, first sentence (topic) of par.2-5
=> Pair Discuss the topic of each paragraph
1st: Animal researchers have learned ~ mental or cognitive abilities of animals
2nd: ability to use tools 3rd: solving problems 4th: ability to learn 5th: self-awareness
Last: Some animals have high levels of cognition
- Reading-1 => Checking Fluency and Comprehension

2016年8月27日土曜日

Advancing 2-Aug.27th

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 13   The Washington Monument
- Listen=> Tell the Main Point in one sentence.
- Read w/CD-> Read aloud-> Chant w/CD=> Shadowing-1-> Check the Text=> Shadowing-2
2. Inside Reading-3 Unit 4  Reading-1 Determinants of Mortality
- Read-2  Mark the Main Ideas-> Study the text to identify the chunks 
=> Identify the Topic/MI of each chunk
   Chunk 1 (Par.1-2) overall history of life expectancy; Figure 1
   Chunk 2 (Par.3-5) aspects and phases of mortality reduction; nutrition, public health measures, medicine, Figure 2
   Chunk 3 (Par.6-7) life expectancy by countries; Figure 3
   Chunk 4 (Par.8-10) factors for difference in life expectancy; groups, hierarchy 
=>Blog Write a summary of the text in five sentences/100 words. 
3. Open Forum-2 Chapter 4 Visual Art
- Listening #3 with Blog Script-> Voc: - irony->ironic (~ comment/smile, opposite/different from expectation), 
- connotation (idea suggested by a word) - ruffles (frills)
- elongated<- elongate (stretch, extend, prolong) - poking fun at (tease, make fun of)
- Pronunciation: The Schwa Sound
- Speaking Skills: Using Impression - kind/sort of, it’s like/as if, or something
=> Speaking Practice: Describe one of the photos
=> Ind. Speaking Describe your favorite music, movie, story, book, artwork, event, person, animal, food, snack or drink.
4. Special Program India   Blog
=> If you have a chance to talk to a high-school student from India, what do you want to ask? 
A: “I heard/read that … in India.” Ask a question. => B: What about in Japan?=> A: Answer.

2016年8月26日金曜日

Senior 2-Aug.26th

1. Read & Write Unit 6 What makes you laugh?  Reading-1  What is Laughter?
- Reading Skills: Identifying the Topic Sentence in a paragraph -> A/p.107
- Read-> Underline TS in each paragraph Part-2, 3, 4=> Answers to the four questions!
=> Shadow Reading
2. Cover to Cover Unit 7  Intelligence  Part 1  What is Intelligence
- Task-2  Read aloud Par.1, 5-> Write in English 
1. (Par.1) 環境にやさしいエネルギーは、特に発展途上国(新興国)で需要が旺盛だ。(green energy)
Green energy is in demand particularly in developing countries. (green energy)
2. (Par. 5) その新しいボスは、その仕事を辞めるという彼女の決心とは、何の関係もない。(have ~ to do with)
The new boss has nothing to do with her decision to quit the job. (have ~ to do with)
- Task-3 Do you agree or disagree with Gardber’s theory of multiple intelligences? 
3. Tactics for Listening 2e Unit 8 Mishaps
Listen-3: Describe what each person’s mishap is in three to four sentences. Speak in reported speech. 
4. Special Program Video Asia Youth Orchestra (5:44)
=> Ind. Speech-2 What do you think is the key to communicate with others whose native languages are different from yours? Is that because you’re afraid of making mistakes, or you lack the passion to communicate with others?

2016年8月24日水曜日

Advancing 2-Aug.24th

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 12   The Qanats of Gonabad
- Listen=> Tell the Main Point in one sentence.
- Read w/CD-> Read aloud-> Chant w/CD=> Shadowing-1-> Check the Text=> Shadowing-2
2. HW-1 Blog T’s Feedback
3. Read & Write-3 Unit 3 Sports– Preview the Unit: Idea Map
- Preview the Unit-> Listen to the Q-classroom give up/sacrifice, Personal Costs
- Read  For Idea Map: Figure Skating, Football, The marathon
=> Make an Idea Map for football, marathon, or figure skating by Financial, Physical, Emotional Gains and Costs
-> Pair Present what are the gains and costs of the sports in your opinion
Reading #1  Fast Cars, Big Money
- Vocabulary
- Skim the Text; Title, Subheadings, Photo, Caption
- Read-> Main Ideas and Details
- Reading Skill: Scanning  Mark the words you’re going to scan-> Scan
- What do you think?-1  Do you think Formula 1 racing is a good or bad investment?
=>Blog Write your answer in five to eight sentences. Use an idea map to bring perspectives for planning.
4. Inside Reading-3 Unit 4 Public Health   Reading-1  Determinants of Mortality 
Unit 4 Public Health   Reading-1  Determinants of Mortality 
☆What?: Research report discusses the factors that affect life expectancy
Target Words  empirical [ɛmˈpɪr ɪ kəl] based on experiments, experience rather than theories or ideas; practical, experimental, hands-on, firsthand: ~ evidence/knowledge/research/study  <-> theoretical
Before You Read  Think and Talk A-2. Rank the factors=> Pair
More Words: - eradicate  eliminate, destroy, abolish, get rid of, remove, extinguish   - vaccine [vækˈsin] 
- Preview: Check the title, Figure-1, 2, 3 (graphs, table) and their captions
Title Determinant of Mortality a determining agent or factor.
mortality  <- Dic mortal  subject to death: ~ creature, ~ life <-> immortal; ~ life, ~ words
 -> fatal (causing death) mortal; deadly; a ~ accident/dose
Figure-1 Infant Mortality Rate 
Figure-2 Filtration and Chlorination on Mortality <-filtrate=filter  chlorine [ˈklɔrin] 塩素
typhoid [ˈtaɪ fɔɪd] typhoid fever. an infectious, often fatal disease  腸チフス
Figure-3 Life Expectancy at Birth
- Read-1-> Reading Comprehension Note the line # where the answer is found.
- Reading Skill: Interpreting Charts, Graphs, and Tables-> Apply A/p.53a-> B/p.54


2016年8月23日火曜日

Senior 2-Aug.23rd

1. Read & Write Unit 6 What makes you laugh?  Reading-1  What is Laughter?
Reading-1  What is Laughter?
- Vocabulary: Read the Text aloud -> Answer with Part of Speech in mind-> Read the Text again
-> Dic. embarrass-embarrassing-embarrassed, surprise-surprising-surprised
- Preview Reading 1: Identify the Four Questions-> Overview the structure by Underline the TSs.
=> Each paragraph is an answer to the paragraph question.
- Read-> Main Ideas, Details => Pair
=> Speak your answer. Answer the question, support it in two or three sentences and conclude
Task-1: When do you laugh?: Read Par-2 and answer the question.
Task-2 : Do you like a person who laughs loudly? 
2. Cover to Cover Unit 7  Intelligence  Part 1  What is Intelligence
- Read w/CD=> Read aloud Par. 4-6
- Task-1- MIとは何か、それぞれの才能の説明も含めて、分かりやすく説明しなさい。
- Vocabulary/Expressions: (Par.1) underachiever-> underperform, underestimate,  sneak away from, be in (high) demand  (Par.2) tests that measures,  verbal [ˈvɜr bəl] - of or relating to words: ~ ability.  - expressed in spoken words; oral rather than written; spoken: ~ communication; ~ agreement.  (Par.4) linguistic  of or belonging to language: ~ change.  refer to  (Par.5) kinesthetic  <-kinesthesia [ˌkɪn əsˈθi ʒə] the  sensation of movement or strain in muscles, tendons, and joints; muscle sense.   has to do with    spatial  [ˈspeɪ ʃəl] <-space-> spacious
(Par.6) inter-, intra-  - inter: between; interface, intercity, internet, interaction, international, intercontinental, 
- intra: inside; intra-city, intra-company, intranet, intrapersonal, intra-species
3. Special Program India   PPT -> Blog Photos 
=> Pair If you have a chance to talk to a high-school student from India, what do you want to ask? 
A: “I heard/read that … in India.” Ask a question. => B: What about in Japan?=> A: Answer.

2016年8月20日土曜日

Advancing 2-Aug.20th

1. Kikutan-6K  Day 11   The Tower of London
- Listen=> Tell the Main Point in one sentence.
- Read w/CD-> Read aloud-> Chant w/CD=> Shadowing-1-> Check the Text=> Shadowing-2
2. HW-1 Blog Write a brief bio of Mandela in 80 w, and a paragraph what you think of Mandela 
 - Peer Review=> Rewrite
3. Inside Reading-3 Unit 4 Public Health   Reading-1  Determinants of Mortality 
Target Words  empirical [ɛmˈpɪr ɪ kəl] based on experiments, experience rather than theories or ideas; practical, experimental, hands-on, firsthand: ~ evidence/knowledge/research/study  <-> theoretical
Before You Read  Think and Talk A-2. Rank the factors=> Pair
More Words: - eradicate  eliminate, destroy, abolish, get rid of, remove, extinguish   - vaccine [vækˈsin] 
- Preview: Check the title, Figure-1, 2, 3 (graphs, table) and their captions
- Read-1 Mark the Main Ideas-
=>Blog Write what the main idea of the entire article is in three sentences
4. Open Forum-2 Chapter 4 Visual Art    Lecture by a guide in an art museum
1. Describe the painting as clearly as you can.
2. Discuss who you think they are, where they are, and what their personalities are like.
Pitchfork: a farming tool to lift and move hay(dried grass)
- Listening #1: Main Ideas and More Detail 2.
- Listening #2: Check the answers and More Detail 1. 
=> Integ. Speaking Explain who you think they are.
5. Special Program  Video Asia Youth Orchestra (5:44)
=> Ind. Speech-2 What do you think is the key to communicate with others whose native languages are different from yours? Is that because you’re afraid of making mistakes, or you lack the passion to communicate with others?

2016年8月19日金曜日

Senior 2-Aug.19th

1. Homework Review
- HW-1 Review Writing Blog what you learned and think of Mandela in 100 w. HW by Aug.14th
  T’s Review=> Rewrite
- HW-2 Listen & Read (Use Q-Classroom)-> Read aloud=> Shadowing (Use Q-Classroom)-
  => Q-Skill Shadowing Unit 5  Reading 1: Email from the President of Toys Inc.
2. Cover to Cover   Unit 7  Intelligence  Part 1  What is Intelligence
- Introduction: Dic. intelligence 
- ability to learn, understand and think in a logical way; ability to do this well
a person of/computer with high/average/low ~, human/artificial ~, not have enough ~ to …
- secret information collected; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
- Intelligent Quotient (IQ) : a measurement of a person’s intelligence
- Comprehension Strategy: Identifying MI and Details => Read the first paragraph-> Task-A:MI
- Read => Checking Comprehension 
- Skim: First sentence of each paragraph-> Understand the structure
- Par. 1-3: Introduction of the theory of Multiple Intelligence
- Par. 4-6: Examples of MI
- Par. 7-8: Supporters and non-supporters of MI
- Par. 9: Closing
- Read w/CD=> Read aloud Par. 1-3, 7-8
- Looking at Vocabulary in Context-A, B 
Dic. determine to decide/conclude by authority; resolve, rule; after observation/consideration; discover, find out
-> determined to do sth: I’m ~ to succeed. -determinedly, determining
Dic. aptitude  natural ability/skill at doing sth; have/show a natural ~ for sth/-ing, ~ test
3. Tactics for Listening 2e Unit 8 Mishaps  
[ˈmɪshæp, mɪsˈhæp] an unfortunate accident; accident, misfortune: a series of ~s, managed to do without ~, 
Listening-1: Explain what mishap people are talking. => Pair 1~2, 3~4, 5~6
Listening-2: Explain what kind of mishaps and solutions people are talking about and what each person eventually will do. => Pair 
=> Ind. Speech Talk about a mishap you made. Explain why and how it happened and what you did to recover from the mishap.