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JHS – This / That-2

LESSON GOAL

Let’s check our lesson goal.
In this material, you will learn how to use this and that in sentences.

GRAMMAR POINT
PART A_1

Let’s introduce ourselves to each other.

PART A_2

My name is ________. What is your name?

PART A_3

I am ________. Nice to meet you.

PART B_1

Please repeat after me.

PART B_2

Is this ~?
What is ~?
What is ~?
hamburger
beef
kangaroo

PART C_1

Let’s read the dialogue.

PART C_2

TUTOR:
Are you from Australia?
STUDENT:
Yes, I am.
TUTOR:
Is this a beef hamburger?
STUDENT:
No, it isn’t.
TUTOR:
What is this?
STUDENT:
This is a kangaroo hamburger.

PART D_1

Please answer the questions.

PART D_2

PART D_3

PART D_4

PART D_5

ANSWERING QUESTIONS

PART D_6

PART D_7

this-that2

PART D_8

PART D_9

this-that2

PART D_10

PART D_11

this-that2

PART D_12

PART D_13

this-that

PART D_14

REVIEW AND FEEDBACK

Now, let us review the things that you learned in this lesson.
(Please give a short feedback on how your student did on your class.)
Grammar
文法
Pronunciation 発音 Vocabulary
単語
Comprehension
理解
GOOD 文法の誤りはほとんどなく、完全な文章で話すことができる ほとんどの単語をはっきりと正しく発音することができる 習った表現を適切に使うことができる 文章を理解し、質問に正しく答えることができる

FAIR
文法の誤りはあるが、完全な文章で話すことができる 発音の練習が必要な言葉がいくつかある たまにミスはあるが、習った表現を適切に使うことができる 文章を完全に理解するのは難しく、質問に正しく答えられないときもある

POOR
文章で話すのは難しく、単語だけで話すことができる 発音の練習が必要である 習った単語と表現を少しだけ使うことができる 文章を理解するのは難しく、質問に答えるのは難しい
TUTOR FEEDBACK

GRAMMAR
Good: Was able to speak in complete sentences with minimal grammatical errors.
Fair: Was able to speak in complete sentences with evident grammatical errors.
Poor: Was able to speak using words only.
PRONUNCIATION
Good: Was able to pronounce most of the words clearly and correctly.
Fair: Mispronounced a few words.
Poor: Mispronounced most of the words.
VOCABULARY
Good: Used appropriate expressions learned in class.
Fair: Used appropriate expressions learned in class and made a few errors in word choice.
Poor: Used only a few words and expressions.
COMPREHENSION
Good: Was able to understand the passages and answer the questions correctly.
Fair: Had a little difficulty in understanding passages and answering questions.
Poor: Had a hard time understanding passages and answering questions.

Living Abroad (Intermediate)_Climate

ASKING QUESTIONS

Please ask me the following questions.
Take note of my responses as you will summarize them later.

ASK

1. What is your name?
2. What season do you like best?
3. What season do you not like?
4. Have you seen snow?
5. Do you want to live in a country with four seasons?

SUMMARIZING INFORMATION

Now, please summarize my responses to your questions.

SUMMARIZE

My tutor’s name is

DIALOGUE READING

Let’s read the dialogue below.
After reading it once, we’ll switch roles.

READ

Alex: I visited my friends in the Philippines last February.
Bill: I’ve never been there. How was it?
Alex: It was hot. I was wearing a sweater from Tokyo and got sweaty when I arrived there.
Bill: Well, the climate in the Philippines is categorized as a tropical climate. So, it’s hot throughout the year.
Alex: I want to live there because of its weather. I don’t like winter.
Bill: As for me, I prefer to live in a country that has four seasons.
Alex: Interesting. Why is that?
Bill: It’s because I will get to enjoy four different seasonal foods!

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the following questions based on the dialogue.

ANSWER

1. How is the climate in the Philippines?
Answer:
2. Why does Alex want to live in the Philippines?
Answer:
3. Why does Bill prefer to live in a country that has four seasons?
Answer:
DIALOGUE PRACTICE

Let’s read the dialogue below.
Complete each conversation by choosing the appropriate response from the choices below.

(Note to tutor: Please find the answer key in the last page.)

READ AND ANSWER

1. Tutor: What are you going to do during winter vacation?
Student: I will go to a beach in Australia.
Tutor: It’s winter in Japan. Are you sure about that?
Student:
a. It’s summer in Australia.
b. I don’t understand.
c. That’s awesome!
d. It’s famous.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

2. Tutor: I will go to New York in January. It will be my first time to see snow.
Student: Amazing! Do you have a winter jacket?
Tutor: Yes, I do. But I’m wondering if I need to buy a pair of gloves. Do you think I will need them?
Student:
a. The cold never bothered me anyway.
b. I highly recommend that you buy a pair.
c. You are aware of it.
d. It says winter.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

3. Tutor: I saw the Aurora in Alaska.
Student: Really? Did you take a picture?
Tutor: I couldn’t. Don’t you know that it reaches negative 27 degrees during winter?
Student:
a. Check it out.
b. What are you talking about?
c. I had no idea.
d. It reminds me of that.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

4. Tutor: I want to live in a place that has summer season.
Student: You will love Southeast Asia. I’ve lived there before.
Tutor: Did you like the tropical climate?
Student:
a. I never saw it coming.
b. Yes, I liked it.
c. I like swimming.
d. The temperature was unstable.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

5. Tutor: You are coughing so hard. Are you okay?
Student: I don’t think so. I caught a cold because it was raining heavily last night.
Tutor: Didn’t you have an umbrella?
Student:
a. No, I had one.
b. May I borrow it?
c. You can have mine.
d. No. I lent it to my sister.
(Answer is in the last page.)
ROLE PLAY

Let’s do a role play with the given situation. You should mention the items below during the conversation.

PLAY

Situation: Your tutor will pretend as a foreign student in your class.
You will ask your tutor questions about climate and seasons.
Items to mention:
– seasons you have in your country
– best month to enjoy skiing
– best month to swim in the sea
– best month to go hiking
– season people tend to catch a cold
– best season to go sightseeing
– best season for foreigners to visit Japan

ANSWERS FOR DIALOGUE PRACTICE

1. a
2. b
3. c
4. b
5. d

[HS] Punishment

DIRECTIONS

Please ask me the following questions about punishment.
講師に以下の質問をしましょう。

ASK

1. Is it common to talk about punishment in schools in your country?

ANSWER

ASK

2. Do you think the older generation is more open to physical punishment?

ANSWER

ASK

3. Do you think physical punishment is necessary?

ANSWER

ASK

4. Do you think physical punishment should be a part of physical training?

ANSWER

ASK

5. Is it okay to punish students who don’t listen to their teachers?

ANSWER

ASK

6. Do you think punishment can only be done physically?

ANSWER

DIRECTION

Now, I will ask you the following questions. Please tell me your opinion.
次は講師が質問します。あなたの考えを話しましょう。

QUESTION

1. Is it common to talk about punishment in schools in your country?

ANSWER

QUESTION

2. Do you think the older generation is more open to physical punishment?

ANSWER

QUESTION

3. Do you think physical punishment is necessary?

ANSWER

QUESTION

4. Do you think physical punishment should be a part of physical training?

ANSWER

QUESTION

5. Is it okay to punish students who don’t listen to their teachers?

ANSWER

QUESTION

6. Do you think punishment can only be done physically?

ANSWER

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General English (Intermediate)_Work

ANSWERING QUESTIONS

I will ask you the following questions. Please answer.

ANSWERING QUESTIONS

1. What is your name?
2. Do you have a part-time job?
3. What time do the people in your country usually start working?
4. What time do they usually finish working?
5. How long do they work in a day?

ANSWER

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

ASKING QUESTIONS

Please ask me the following questions.
Take note of my responses as you will summarize them later.

ASK

1. What is your name?
2. What is your job?
3. What time do you start working?
4. How long do you work in a day?
5. What do you like the most about your job?

SUMMARIZING INFORMATION

Now, please summarize my responses to your questions.

SUMMARIZE

My tutor’s name is
DIALOGUE READING

Let’s read the dialogue below.
After reading it once, we’ll switch roles.

READ

Nicky: We’ll go to Jack’s party tonight. Do you want to join us?
Kevin: I’d love to, but I have work later.
Nicky: I see. I heard you got a part-time job as a private tutor. How is it?
Kevin: Actually, it’s challenging and fun at the same time. Before, I thought having a part-time job was just a way to earn money. Now, I can say that having a part-time job can also be fulfilling
Nicky: Sounds interesting. I have a part-time job as well, but I never enjoyed it.
Kevin: Why don’t you look for another part-time job? I think your part-time job experience will help you in choosing your future career.
Nicky: That’s a good point. Thank you for your advice.
Kevin: You’re welcome. I hope you find a new part-time job soon.

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the following questions based on the dialogue.

ANSWER

1. Is Kevin going to Jack’s party?
Answer:
2. What is Kevin’s part-time job?
Answer:
3. What did Kevin give Nicky?
Answer:

DIALOGUE PRACTICE

Let’s read the dialogue below.
Complete each conversation by choosing the correct answer.

READ AND ANSWER

1. Tutor: I traveled to Italy last year.
Student: Did you take a vacation ________?
a. left
b. take
c. pay
d. leave
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

2. Tutor: I will have a medical check-up this afternoon.
Student: You may use the medical ________ provided by the company.
a. offer
b. benefits
c. define
d. usage
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

3. Tutor: How long does it take to commute from your house to work?
Student: It takes 40 minutes ________ train.
a. in
b. on
c. by
d. for
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

4. Tutor: Oh no! I left my ID at home!
Student: I’m sorry, but you can’t enter the office without your ________.
a. drinks
b. shoes
c. company logo
d. company ID
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

5. Tutor: We’re done for today.
Student: Alright. I’ll ________ now.
a. punch in
b. clock out
c. get
d. start
(Answer is in the last page.)
EXPRESSING OPINIONS

Please answer the following questions based on your opinion. Give at least one reason to support your answer.

ANSWER

1. Which do you prefer; a high-paying job or a fulfilling job?
Answer:
2. Do you think rich people don’t need to work?
Answer:
3. What do you think is the most important in looking for a job?
Answer:
4. Do you think the working environment in Japan is good?
Answer:
5. Why do you think some people prefer working for a famous company?
Answer:
6. What do you think are the advantages of working abroad?
Answer:
7. What do you think are the disadvantages of working abroad?
Answer:

ANSWERS FOR DIALOGUE PRACTICE

1. d
2. b
3. c
4. d
5. b

Eiken1_3

DIRECTIONS

In this lesson, you will practice delivering a speech and I will ask you questions about it.

PREPARATION

Please choose a topic below and make a speech.
You have 1 minute to prepare.
Your 1 minute starts now.

PREPARE

1. What should the Japanese government prioritize?
2. Should rich people pay more tax?
3. Do you think doing volunteer work is always good?
4. Should parents allow their children to choose their school?
5. Agree or disagree: The government allows academic acceleration to gifted students.

CHOOSE A TOPIC

Your time is up. Now, please tell me the topic you chose.

ANSWER

MAKE A SPEECH

Now, you have 2 minutes to deliver your speech. Please give two reasons to support your opinion.
Your 2 minutes starts now.

SPEECH

QUESTION

Now, I will ask you two questions about your speech.
(Please ask two questions about your student’s speech.)

ANSWER

1.
2.

PREPARATION

Please choose another topic below and make another speech.
You have 1 minute to prepare.
Your 1 minute starts now.

PREPARE

1. What should the Japanese government prioritize?
2. Should rich people pay more tax?
3. Do you think doing volunteer work is always good?
4. Should parents allow their children to choose their school?
5. Agree or disagree: The government allows academic acceleration to gifted students.

CHOOSE A TOPIC

Your time is up. Now, please tell me the topic you chose.

ANSWER

MAKE A SPEECH

Now, you have 2 minutes to deliver your speech. Please give two reasons to support your opinion.
Your 2 minutes starts now.

SPEECH

QUESTION

Now, I will ask you two questions about your speech.
(Please ask two questions about your student’s speech.)

ANSWER

1.
2.

General English (Expert)_Energy

PASSAGE READING

Please read aloud the following passage. I will check your pronunciation as you read.

READ

Energy

In Japan, the percentage of self‐sufficiency in energy is only 8%. Over 80% of crude oil that is necessary for thermal power generation and 30% of natural gas are exported from the Middle East. In 2011, Japan needed to buy more crude oil and natural gas to secure enough energy which costed over 15 trillion yen.
It is anticipated that the demand for primary energy will increase by 35% more in 2035 than the present demand. Japan has been dependent on thermal power generation and they need to find several ways to generate and secure energy supply.

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the following questions based on the passage.

ANSWER

1. Why does Japan rely on exported energy resources?
Answer:
2. What will happen in 2035?
Answer:
3. What costed Japan over 15 trillion yen?
Answer:

CONSTRUCTING SENTENCES

Please construct sentences using each word below.

PRACTICE

Words and Expressions Sample Sentences
self‐sufficiency
thermal
primary
dependent
export

EXPRESSING OPINIONS

Please answer the following questions based on your opinion. Give at least one reason to support your answer.

ANSWER

1. Do you think people spend too much electrical energy in Japan?
Answer:
2. How can you save on the amount of electricity you use at home?
Answer:
3. What do you think would happen if we run out of energy?
Answer:
4. Should we stop using electronic devices such as computers and smartphones to save energy?
Answer:
5. Do you think it’s good to import goods limitlessly in order to meet everyone’s demand?
Answer:
6. Do you think it’s possible for a country to be self-sufficient in energy?
Answer:
7. What do you think are the best ways to secure electrical energy?
Answer:

[JHS] Entry: Cardinal Number

INTRODUCING ONESELF

Let’s read!
読んでみましょう!
number1
I buy six oranges.
私はオレンジを6つ買います。
They are sweet.
それらは甘いです。
They are juicy.
それらはみずみずしいです。

READ

number2
Oh, I buy four apples.
私はりんごを4つ買います。
They are red.
それらは赤いです。
They are delicious.
それらはおいしいです。

INTRODUCING ONESELF

I’ll tell something about myself using cardinal numbers. Then, please talk about me using my answers.
講師が数字を使って自身のことについて話します。そのあと、聞いた数字を使って聞いたことを話しましょう。
I want to buy __________.
私は_______を買いたいです。
They are________.
それらは_______です。
They are ________.
それらは_______です。

ANSWER

My tutor wants to buy ________.
私の先生は_______を買いたいです。
They are _______.
それらは_______です。
They are ________.
それらは_______です。

INTRODUCING ONESELF

Now, you’ll tell something about yourself using cardinal numbers. Then, I will talk about you using your answer.
次は数字を使って、あなたについて話してください。そのあと講師が聞いたことを話します。

INTRODUCING ONESELF

I want to buy __________.
私は_______を買いたいです。
They are________.
それらは_______です。
They are ________.
それらは_______です。

ANSWER

My student wants to buy ________.
私の生徒は_______を買いたいです。
They are _______.
それらは_______です。
They are ________.
それらは_______です。

GRAMMAR

Let’s count some items in the supermarket. Please read after me.
スーパーマーケットにあるものを数えてみましょう。講師のあとに続いて読んでください。

READ

two bottles of ketchup
I buy two bottles of ketchup.
私はケチャップを2本買います。
They are sour.
それらはすっぱいです。

six strawberries
I buy six strawberries.
私はいちごを6つ買います。
They are red.
それらは赤いです。

one bag of potato chips
I buy one bag of potato chips.
私はポテトチップスを1袋買います。
It is big.
それは大きいです。

three pieces of fish
I buy three pieces of fish.
私は魚を3匹買います。
They are tasty.
それらはおいしいです。

GRAMMAR

Tell me how many things you see in the picture. Complete each sentence.
ものを数えて、文章を完成させましょう。

ANSWER

two bottles of ketchup I buy ____ bottles of ketchup.
私はケチャップを2本買います。
six strawberries I buy ____ strawberries.
私はいちごを6つ買います。
one bag of potato chips I buy ____ bag of potato chips.
私はポテトチップスを1袋買います。
three pieces of fish I buy ____ pieces of fish.
私は魚を3匹買います。
five donuts I buy ____ donuts.
私はドーナッツを5つ買います。
seven milk I buy ____ bottles of milk.
私は牛乳を7本買います。

QUESTION

I will ask you some questions. Please answer.
講師が質問します。答えましょう。
1. How many students are there in your class?
クラスには何人の生徒がいますか?
2. How many brothers do you have?
何人の兄弟がいますか?
3. How many classes do you have today?
今日は授業が何限ありますか?

ANSWER

1. ________________.
2. ________________.
3. ________________.

QUESTION

Now, you will ask me some questions. I will answer.
次はあなたが質問しましょう。

ASK

1. How many members are there in your family?
何人家族ですか?
2. How many pets do you have?
何匹のペットを飼ってますか?
3. How many times do you eat in a day?
1日に何回ご飯を食べますか?

ANSWER

1. ________________.
2. ________________.
3. ________________.

[TOEFL] Task 6_Exercise 1

LECTURE READING 1

I will read aloud the lecture below. Please listen and take notes.

READ

It’s estimated that by 2050, our population will reach 9.8 billion which is 1.6 billion more than the current population. By then, areas that are currently used for agriculture will soon be dry due to lack of rain. In today’s lecture, I’d like to introduce two types of plants: succulents and annuals. They are expected to solve the anticipated lack of food.
Succulents are plants that store water in leaves, stems, and roots. They adapt to dry climates or soil conditions. Cacti are the most famous succulents. In general, plants lose water when they breathe through their leaves, so the bigger the surface area of their leaves, the bigger amount of water turns into steam. Cacti minimize the use of their leaves and breathe through their stems instead. Also, these plants breathe only at night to store water.
Annuals are plants that can complete its full life cycle in one growing season. Many annual plants grow from seeds, complete their life cycle quickly during the rainy season, and survive in the form of seeds in the following dry season. These plants are not affected by extreme dry conditions. Annual plants are common in semi-dry places where rainy season is of short duration.
What I have shown you may solve the possibility of food shortage in the coming years. However, we still need to look at it from different angles. Furthermore, the natural phenomena that took place in the past 40 million years could serve as an implication on how we can survive in the future.

READING PRACTICE

Now, please read aloud the lecture above.

QUESTION

Using the information and examples from the lecture, talk about why the mentioned types of plants are expected to solve the anticipated lack of food.

PREPARATION

You have 20 seconds to prepare your answer.
Please start your preparation silently.

PREPARE

(20 seconds for preparation to answer)

ANSWER

You have 60 seconds to answer. Please start your answer now.

ANSWER

CHECK YOUR ANSWERS

We will check the sample answers. Please repeat after me.

SAMPLE ANSWERS

The professor is talking about population increase and the anticipated lack of food.
According to the professor, there are plants which are expected to solve the anticipated lack of food.
The professor introduces two types of plants: succulents and annuals.
First, the professor gives an explanation about succulents that can adapt to dry climates or soil conditions.
They store water in leaves, stems, and roots. Also, the professor introduces cacti as an example of a succulent and explains how they store water.
Second, the professor gives an explanation of the annuals that can complete its full life cycle in one growing season.
The professor also introduces annuals as an example of plants that are common in semi-dry places where the rainy season is of short duration because they are unaffected by extreme dry conditions.
In this short lecture, I learned that succulents and annuals are unusual plants that can live in dry or semi-dry climates.

LECTURE READING 2

I will read aloud the lecture below. Please listen and take notes.

READ

Have you ever paid attention to natural materials? The materials that can be found in plants, insects, and animals. What comes to your mind when you hear natural materials? Maybe you’re thinking of cotton, silk, and leather. These are correct, but today I’ll introduce the two strongest natural materials. The first strongest material is from plants, and the other one is from insects.
The first material is a nanofiber called nanocrystalline cellulose. It can be found in sequoia trees. A sequoia tree is usually 80 meters tall. It can carry hundreds of tons of weight and can live for 400 to 1,300 years. It is said that the nanocrystalline cellulose can bear 10 times more weight than steel. We can make strong shirts and gloves when we mix this strong material with an existing one.
In insects, cat fleas have the strongest materials in their body. It is an elastomeric protein called resilin. Resilin is a rubber and is the most flexible one in the world. When this rubber is squeezed or stretched, it will lose almost no energy. The flexible nature of resilin enables cat fleas to jump 100 times higher than their height.
If we extract these two materials’ DNA, we can create the strongest material. It can be used in cell phone cases, protective clothes, and sports wear. However, the reason why we focus on these materials is because they can improve medical items like artificial bones or artificial internal organs. Studying these materials can give people better options.

READING PRACTICE

Now, please read aloud the lecture above.

QUESTION

Using the examples and information from the lecture, talk about how nanocrystalline cellulose and resilin could improve our life.

PREPARATION

You have 20 seconds to prepare your answer.
Please start your preparation silently.

PREPARE

(20 seconds for preparation to answer)

ANSWER

You have 60 seconds to answer. Please start your answer now.

ANSWER

CHECK YOUR ANSWERS

We will check the sample answers. Please repeat after me.

SAMPLE ANSWERS

The professor is talking about materials in nature.
According to the professor, these materials can be found in plants, insects, and animals.
The professor introduces 2 materials as examples of materials in nature.
One is nanocrystalline cellulose and the other one is resilin.
First, the professor explains that nanocrystalline cellulose is a strong material from plants.
Also, the professor mentions how we can benefit from this material.
Second, the professor explains that resilin is a strong material from insects.
The professor explained why cat fleas can jump high.
Through this lecture, I learned that nanocrystalline cellulose and resilin are strong materials that can be found in nature and they could improve our daily lives.

[TOEFL] Task 3_Practice 2_1

ANNOUNCEMENT READING

Please read aloud the following announcement.

READ

Wearing of uniforms is now required
Please be informed that the Medical department is requiring all students to wear the official school uniform when attending laboratory classes for safety purposes.
Students can buy the uniform in the bookstore for $60. Students who are not wearing the required uniform will not be allowed to attend any laboratory classes. The new regulation will be implemented starting September.
To avoid any inconvenience, the Medical department advises all students to buy the new uniform as soon as possible.

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the question about the announcement.
What are all students required to do?

ANSWER

According to the announcement,

CHECK YOUR ANSWER

We will check the sample answer. Please repeat after me.

SAMPLE ANSWER

What are all students required to do?
According to the announcement, all students are required to buy the new official uniform and wear it to their laboratory classes.

DIALOGUE READING

Please read aloud the following dialogue with your tutor.

READ

Female:
Good morning.
Male:
Hi, have you seen the announcement?
Female:
Yes, I saw it a while ago. We need to buy the new uniform before
September.
Male:
I don’t like the new regulation.
Female:
Why?
Male:
First, a 60-dollar uniform is too expensive for students. We don’t have enough time to get a part-time job just to earn enough money to buy it. We have classes until 7:00 p.m. every day. I understand that they are doing this for our safety, but I think there are other ways to do that.
Female:
That’s true.
Male:
Also, the regulation is too strict. They said we will not be allowed to attend any laboratory classes if we don’t wear the uniform. Laboratory classes are required in our course. We will fail if we couldn’t attend it because of this new regulation.
Female:
I think the uniform is not necessary because we wear proper clothes
anyway.
Male:
Anyway, I’ll find a way to buy one. I don’t want to fail my laboratory classes.

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the questions about the dialogue.
1. What are the female student and male student doing?
2. Who is against the regulation?
3. Why does the male student disagree with the new regulation?
4. Why does the male student think that the new policy is too strict?
5. All in all, what does the male student say?
ANSWERS

1. A female student and a male student are
2. The (female/male) student disagrees with the new regulation and gives two reasons why (she/he) is against the regulation.
3. First,
4. Second,
5. In short,

CHECK YOUR ANSWERS

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SAMPLE ANSWERS

1. What are the female student and male student doing?
The female student and male student are talking about an announcement made by the Medical department.
2. Who is against the regulation?
The male student disagrees with the new regulation and gives two reasons why he is against the regulation.
3. Why does the male student disagree with the new regulation?
First, the man thinks that a 60-dollar uniform is too expensive for the students. He said students are too busy to get a part-time job. He also thinks that the department can find other ways to secure students’ safety.
4. Why does the male student think that the new policy is too strict?
Second, he worries that students might fail their laboratory classes because of this new regulation.
5. All in all, what does the male student say?
In short, the male student gives a couple of reasons why he doesn’t support the Medical department new regulation.