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Kids (Level 3) |こども向け(レベル3)
LESSON 7: THE CLASSROOM きょうしつ

PART A_1
LOOK AT THE PICTURE AND SAY THE OBJECTS.
PART A_2
Repeat after your tutor.

1. pen

ペン

pen

2. notebook

ノート

no-to

3. blackboard

こくばん

kokuban

4. pencil

えんぴつ

enpitsu

5. chair

いす

isu

PART B_1
LET’S READ!
PART B_2
REPEAT AFTER ME.
1. I write with a pen.

ペンでかく

Pen de kaku

2. I write in my notebook.

ノートにかく

No-to ni kaku

3. I use the blackboard in school.

がっこうで、こくばんをつかう

Gakkou de kokuban wo tsukau

4. I use a pencil to draw.

えんぴつでえをかく

Enpitsu de e wo kaku

5. I sit on my chair.

いすにすわる

Isu ni suwaru

PART C_1
MAKE SENTENCES USING THE PATTERN.

PART C_2
1. Tutor: What do you use in writing?
なにをつかって、かく?

Nani wo tsukatte kaku?

Student: I use a .
ペンをつかって、かくよ

Pen wo tsukatte kaku yo

2. Tutor: Where do you copy your notes?
どこにメモをかく?

Doko ni memo wo kaku?

Student: I copy them in my .
じぶんのノートにかくよ

Jibun no no-to ni kaku yo

3. Tutor: Where do you write in school?
がっこうでは、どこにかく?

Gakkou de wa doko ni kaku?

Student: I write on the .
こくばんにかくよ

Kokuban ni kaku yo

4. Tutor: What do you use to draw?
なにをつかって、えをかく?

Nani wo tsukatte e wo kaku?

Student: I use a .
えんぴつでかくよ

Enpitsu de kaku yo

5. Tutor: Where do you sit?
どこにすわるの?

Doko ni suwaru no?

Student: I sit on my .
いすにすわるよ

Isu ni suwaru yo

PART D_1
Good job! Thanks for today. Bye!

Kids (Level 3) |こども向け(レベル3)
LESSON 2: HOMETOWN すんでいるところ

PART A_1
LET’S TALK ABOUT YOUR FAMILY.

PART A_2
Repeat after your tutor.
1.

My house is…

わたしのいえは

Watashi no ie wa

NEW.

あたらしいです。

Atarashii desu.

OLD.

ふるいです。

Furui desu.

2.

My hometown is…

わたしのすんでいるところは

Watashi no sundeiru tokoro wa

URBAN.

とかいです。

Tokai desu.

RURAL.

いなかです。

inaka desu.

3.

My neighbors are…

ちかくにすんでいるひとは

Chikaku ni sundeiru hito wa

NOISY.

にぎやかです。

Nigiyaka desu.

FRIENDLY.

なかよしです。

Nakayoshi desu.

PART B_1
WHAT IS HE/SHE DOING?
REPEAT AFTER ME.
PART B_2
Where is HE?
+

is at the

+
HOSPITAL.

びょういん

Byouin

Where is SHE?
+

is at the

+
RESTAURANT.
レストラン

Resutoran

Where are THEY?
+

are at the

+
PARK.
こうえん

Kouen

PART C_1
Good job! Thanks for today. Bye!

Kids (Level 3) |こども向け(レベル3)
LESSON 3: FOOD たべもの

PART A_1
LET’S TALK ABOUT YOUR FAMILY.

PART A_2
Repeat after your tutor.
1.

I like…

わたしは

Watashi wa

BREAD

パンがすきです。

Pan ga suki desu.

2.

I like…

わたしは

Watashi wa

PIZZA.

ピザがすきです。

Piza ga suki desu.

3.

I like…

わたしは

Watashi wa

CAKE.

ケーキがすきです。

ke-ki ga suki desu.

PART B_1
WHAT IS HE/SHE DOING?
REPEAT AFTER ME.
PART B_2
What does HE like?
+

likes

+
PIZZA.
ピザがすきです。

Piza ga suki desu.

What does SHE like?
+

likes

+
CAKE.
ケーキがすきです。

ke-ki ga suki desu.

What does HE like?
+

likes

+
BREAD.
パンがすきです。

Pan ga suki desu.

PART C_1
Good job! Thanks for today. Bye!

Kids (Level 3) |こども向け(レベル2)
Lesson 1: FAMILY かぞく

PART A_1
LET’S TALK ABOUT YOUR FAMILY.

PART A_2
Repeat after your tutor.
1.

My mother is…

おかあさんは

Okaa san wa

KIND.

しんせつです。

shinsetsu desu.

CARING.

やさしいです。

yasashii desu.

2.

My father is…

のおとうさんは

Otou san wa

PATIENT

がんばりやです。

ganbariya desu.

GENEROUS

かんだいです。

kandai desu.

3.

My brother/sister is…

きょうだいは

Kyoudai wa

NICE.

いいひとです。

ii hito desu.

SMART.

かしこいです。

kashikoi

PART B_1
WHAT IS HE/SHE DOING?
REPEAT AFTER ME.
PART B_2
WHAT IS HE DOING?
+

is

+
WORKING
はたらいている。

hataraite iru.

What is SHE doing?
+

is

+
COOKING
りょうりしている。

ryouri shiteiru.

What is HE doing?
+

is

+
PLAYING
あそんでいる。

asonde iru.

PART C_1
Good job! Thanks for today. Bye!

YE_4SKILLS_5

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 A_4

Nice to meet you too, ________________. How are you today?

PART A_5

________________________________. How about you?

PART A_6

________________________________. Let’s begin our lesson!

PART B_1

Please listen carefully while I read the passage once. Then, choose the letter of the correct answer.
(Please read all answer choices after reading the question.)

PART B_2

1. Why did Anne take Japanese lessons?
a. To start working at a department store.
b. To speak with her manager.
c. To learn polite Japanese.
PART B_3

Now, let’s review your answer.

PART B_4

PART B_5

Please listen carefully while I read the dialogue once. Then, choose the letter of the correct answer.

PART B_6

2. Why does the man recommend the woman to go to France?
a. He thinks she loves Europe.
b. He thinks she is interested in art museums.
c. He thinks she has never been to France.
PART B_7

Now, let’s review your answer.

PART B_8

PART B_9

Please listen carefully while I read the dialogue once. Then, choose the letter of the correct answer.

PART B_10

3. How is the weather on Saturday?

B_14a

Answer: .
PART B_11

Now, let’s review your answer.

PART B_12

PART B_13

Please listen carefully while I read the dialogue once. Then, choose the letter of the correct answer.

PART B_14

4. How much are the red sneakers?

B_14a

Answer: .
PART B_15

Now, let’s review your answer.

PART B_16

PART C_1

Please read the passages below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)

PART C_2

Takeshi was planning to change the color of the wall in the kitchen. He asked his family what color they would like for it. His daughter liked white, but his son and wife wanted green instead. They discussed it for a while, but has not made a final decision that day.

The next Saturday morning, Takeshi was preparing to paint the wall in the kitchen. His son asked if he is going to paint the kitchen wall white. “No, it seemed to be taking forever, so…” Takeshi took out green and white paint cans, then put both colors in a tray and mixed them. The wall __________ and they all liked it.

PART C_3

Please choose the best phrase to fill in the blank.

PART C_4

1. Which is the correct phrase?
a. was not repainted
b. was painted light green
c. was painted white
d. was painted green
PART C_5

Now, let’s review your answer.

PART C_6

PART C_7

Dear Mr. Brown,

Thank you for contacting us. We are happy to answer your question.
You wrote in your email that the washing machine has something wrong with its water pipe and think it may be broken.

We would like to suggest to check the filter first. The water will not __________ properly if the filter is covered with dust. You can find the filter case on the bottom right. Kindly check it on the inside and clean it up.

Please contact us again about any updates.

Best regards,
Sarah Miller
Customer Service

PART C_8

Please choose the best phrase to fill in the blank.

PART C_9

2. Which is the correct phrase?
a. pass through
b. slow down
c. pick up
d. stay longer
PART C_10

Now, let’s review your answer.

PART C_11

PART D_1

Let’s roleplay the interview below. I will ask the questions first, then you’ll answer. After that, we’ll switch roles.
(Please let the student answer verbally.)

PART D_2

1. May I have your name, please?
2. Which junior high/high school did you graduate from?
3. What is your favorite food?
4. Why do you like it?
5. How often do you eat it?
PART D_3

PART D_4

Now, let’s review your answers.

PART D_5

PART D_6

I will read the question below. Please answer the question and give two reasons to support your answer. You have 30 seconds to answer.
(Please let the student answer verbally.)

PART D_7

Question: Do you think online shopping will become more popular in the future? Why or why not?
Answer:

PART D_8

Now, let’s review your answers.

PART D_9

PART D_10

Now, you will ask me the following question. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please let the student answer verbally.)

PART D_11

Question: Do you play video games or smartphone games? Can you tell me more about that?
Answer:

PART D_12

Now, let’s review your pronunciation and intonation.

PART D_13

PART E_1

Let’s do a free talk about the following topic.
(Please do a free talk if you have time left.)

PART E_2

1. Please tell me about other country’s food that you want to try.
2. What is your favorite holiday and why?

SDGs Advanced – Good Health and Well-Being

Today’s GOAL

Let’s check the today’s goal. This unit is about “Good Health and Well-Being.”

   

Today’s Goal
To learn words related to health and well-being
Get to know and share your thoughts on the countries with a poor healthcare system
Give a presentation on how to prevent diseases that can easily be treated in underdeveloped countries

Part A_1 Self-introduction

Let’s introduce ourselves to each other.
My name is ________. What is your name?

Part A_2 Self-introduction

I am ________. Nice to meet you.

Part A_3 Self-introduction

Nice to meet you too, ________. Let’s get started.

Part B_1 Review

Please read aloud the passage below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part B_2 Review

   
Hunger
The number of people suffering from hunger began to slowly increase again in 2015. About 690 million people — or 8.9 percent of the global population — are hungry, according to current estimates. The World Food Program shows that 135 million people are chronically malnourished due to man-made conflict, climate change, and economic drop. In Bangladesh, the population is high, so the land-to-human ratio is not balanced. The country loses roughly 80 thousand hectares of cultivable land per year due to housing, industry, schools, colleges, hospitals, road and highway construction, and other infrastructural projects.

Part B_3 Review

Now, let’s review some words and sentences from part B_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and sentences from part B_2.)

Part B_4 Review

Part B_5 Review

I will ask the following questions about the passage. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
Part B_6 Review

1. Why does Bangladesh lose about 80 thousand hectares of cultivable land per year?
Part B_7 Review

The country loses roughly 80 thousand hectares of cultivable land per year due to ____________.

Part B_8 Review

2. Did you do your research on the sub-textbook? Did you find an activity to solve the hunger issue? Please tell me what the organization/association does and how you feel about it.
Part B_9 Review

Part B_10 Review

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part B_11 Review

Part B_12 Review

So far, we reviewed the previous lesson topic, “hunger”. Do you have any questions? In the next part, we are going to learn about “good health and well-being”.
(Please ask students if they have any questions. They can also review the sub-textbook after the lesson.)

Part C_1 Description

Please look at and study the pictures below. These are photos from Japan and Burkina Faso. I will ask questions about them later.
(Give the student at least 20 seconds to study both pictures.)
Part C_2 Description

  

Part C_3 Description

1. Where is Burkina Faso? A, B or C?
Part C_4 Description

Burkina Faso is _________.

Part C_5 Description

2. What can you see in the pictures? Please cite two differences between them.
Part C_6 Description

Answer:
Firstly,
Secondly,

Part C_7 Description

3. What do you feel when looking at the photo of Burkina Faso?

C2

Part C_8 Description

Answer:

Part C_9 Description

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part C_10 Description

Part C_11 Description

Did you get any images of the situation in Burkina Faso? If you have anything you don’t know well, please keep researching after the lesson.

Part D_1 Vocabulary

We’ll read aloud the words and sample sentences below. Please repeat after me. I will check your pronunciation.

Part D_2 Vocabulary

adolescent JP

More adolescent health promotion clinics will be set up next month.
infectious JP

Children are more prone to infectious diseases.
antibiotic JP

Antibiotics help clear up infections.
tuberculosis JP

Many people still suffer from tuberculosis; fortunately, it can now be easily prevented.

Part D_3 Vocabulary

Now, let’s review some words from part D_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and expressions from part D_2.)
Part D_4 Vocabulary

 
Part D_5 Vocabulary

Please look at the pictures below. Now, fill in the blanks with the words you learned and read aloud the complete sentences.
(Please give the student time to answer.)
Part D_6 Vocabulary

1. It is the organization’s goal to reduce the number of deaths among children and _______________.

2. Many countries are volunteering to help prevent the spread of _______________ diseases.

income

3. _______________ should easily be available in all countries.

malnutrition

4. _______________ is lethal without proper treament.

Part D_7 Vocabulary

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part D_8 Vocabulary

Part D_9 Vocabulary

Do you have any questions about the meaning of words?
Then, let’s move on to the next part.

Part E_1 Reading

Please read aloud the first passage below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part E_2 Reading

   
Mortality rate
mortality rate
Globally in 2020, around 5 million children under the age of five died. Newborns account for nearly half of the number (2.4 million). Generally, 2.2 million children and youths aged five to 24 years old died in 2020. 43 percent of them were adolescents. These high rates of mortality are primarily due to illnesses that can be avoided or cured. Malaria and AIDS (HIV infection), for example, can be prevented if you know how to avoid them. But many individuals still lack the necessary knowledge, and whether or not newborn babies can live healthy and safe lives is entirely dependent on where they are born. In underdeveloped nations, many mothers die during pregnancy and childbirth. It is critical to have the necessary knowledge to prevent unwanted pregnancies in young females. It also helps to lower the number of young mothers who die in childbirth and during pregnancy. We can develop a healthy and long-lived society by learning the correct infectious disease prevention techniques or having enough gender information.

Part E_3 Reading

Now, let’s review some words and sentences from part E_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and sentences from part E_2.)

Part E_4 Reading

   
Part E_5 Reading

I will ask the following question. Please answer based on the passage. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
Part E_6 Reading

1. How can we develop a healthy and long-lived society?
Part E_7 Reading

Answer:

Part E_8 Reading

Please read aloud the second passage below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part E_9 Reading

   
Healthcare issues
The leading causes of mortality among children vary depending on their age. Pneumonia, diarrhea, and malaria accounted for about a quarter of all deaths of children under the age of five in 2018.

Malnutrition, a lack of appropriate water and sanitation, indoor air pollution, and a lack of healthcare access are all linked to pneumonia mortality in children. Pneumonia can simply be treated with antibiotics.

Diarrhea claimed the lives of 480,000 young children in 2017. Between 70 and 90 percent of deaths due to acute watery diarrhea can be avoided using oral rehydration salt.

In 2019, over 274,000 children under the age of five died from malaria. Insecticide-treated mosquito nets and rapid diagnostic testing could readily avoid the sickness.

Another cause of death in children is tuberculosis (TB). More than 600 children under the age of 15 die from this disease every day. Strengthening the systems that provide TB services such as screening, vaccinations, and treatment will help to avert this situation.

Part E_10 Reading

Now, let’s review some words and sentences from part E_9.
(Please review the mispronounced words and sentences from part E_9.)

Part E_11 Reading

    
Part E_12 Reading

I will ask the following question. Please answer based on the passage. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
Part E_13 Reading

2. What are the causes of pneumonia mortality in children?
Part E_14 Reading

Answer:

Part E_15 Reading

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part E_16 Reading

Part E_17 Reading

Did you understand the situation or facts about poor health around the world? If you have any questions, please ask me.

Part F_1 Preparing
In this part, you will give a presentation about “Ways to decrease the number of preventable infections.” First, I will ask you a question. The answers will be the key for your presentation.
Part F_2 Preparing
According to the passage, how can pneumonia and tuberculosis be prevented?
Part F_3 Preparing
1.
2.
(Please send the idea in the chatbox as a record/hint for next step.)
Part F_4 Preparing
Then, let’s make a presentation. I will read the sample presentation, and I will give you 2 minutes to prepare.

Ways to decrease the number of preventable infections
Opening Good morning/afternoon. Today, I am going to talk about the causes of mortality in children and how to prevent them.
Body Based on the passage, there are two causes:
① Many girls die from pregnancy and childbirth. These young mothers need to have the necessary knowledge to prevent unwanted pregnancies.
② Many individuals, especially in underdeveloped countries, do not have adequate knowledge of diseases. It is necessary to learn proper infectious disease prevention strategies.
Closing These are some ideas that I think will work to decrease the number of preventable infections and deaths in young mothers. Thank you for listening.
Part F_5 Presentation
Now, it’s your turn. You will give a presentation. After that, I will give a feedback and ask a question. You will have 1-2 minutes to present.
Part F_6 Presentation
(Please start your presentation now.)
Opening Pneumonia and tuberculosis can be easily prevented and treated. However, children and newborns in underdeveloped countries die from these dieases. In order to prevent these two illnesses…
Body _____________________________________________
① __________________________________________
② __________________________________________
Closing _____________________________________________
Part F_7 Presentation
Thank you for your presentation. How was it? Now, I will tell you the good points of your presentation.
(Please give 2 positive feedback about the student’s presentation.)
Part F_8 Presentation
Secondly, I will ask you a question about your presentation.
(Please ask 1 question about the student’s presentation.)
Part F_9 Presentation
Answer:
Part F_10 Presentation
Now, let’s review your answer.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)
Part F_11 Presentation
Part F_12 Presentation
Thank you for answering my question. Let us continue to learn and think about health issues, and then take action to solve them.
(If you still have enough time, you can share the situation of health in your country.)

SDGs Basic – Quality Education

Today’s GOAL

Let’s check the today’s goal. This unit is about “Quality Education.”

   

Today’s Goal
To learn words related to the theme of education
Learn about the countries facing education issues
Deepen your knowledge of quality education by reading passages

Part A_1 self introduction

Let’s introduce ourselves to each other.
My name is ________. What is your name?

Part A_2 self introduction

I am ________. Nice to meet you.

Part A_3 self introduction

Nice to meet you too, ________.
Let’s get started.

Part B_1 Review

Please read aloud the passage below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part B_2 Review

   
Health
In total, almost 5 million children under the age of five died. Nearly half of that number (2.4 million) are newborns. Generally, 2.2 million children and youths aged five to 24 years old died in 2020. 43 percent of them were adolescents. The leading causes of death in children differ depending on their age. Pneumonia, diarrhea, and malaria accounted for about a quarter of all deaths among children under the age of five in 2018.

Part B_3 Review

Now, let’s review some words and sentences from part B_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and sentences from part B_2.)

Part B_4 Review

Part B_5 Review

I will ask the following questions. Please answer based on the passage. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
Part B_6 Review

1. What are the illnesses that account for about a quarter of all deaths among children under the age of five in 2018?
Part B_7 Review

____________, ____________, and ____________ accounted for about a quarter of all deaths among children under the age of five in 2018.

Part B_8 Review

2. Did you do your research on a sub-textbook? Did you find an activity to solve the health issue? Please tell me what the organization/association does and how you feel about it.
Part B_9 Review

Part B_10 Review

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part B_11 Review

Part B_12 Review

So far, we reviewed the previous lesson topic, “health”. Do you have any questions? In the next part, we are going to learn about “education”.
(Please ask students if they have any questions. They can also review the sub-textbook after the lesson.)

Part C_1 Description

Please look at and study the picture below. These are photos from Japan and Pakistan. I will ask questions about them later.
(Give the student at least 20 seconds to study both pictures.)
Part C_2 Description

  

Part C_3 Description

1. Where is Pakistan? A, B or C?
Part C_4 Description

Pakistan is _________.

Part C_5 Description

2. What can you see in the pictures? Please cite two differences between them.

  

Part C_6 Description

Answer:
Firstly,
Secondly,

Part C_7 Description

3. This is a picture of a girl studying outside in Derawar, Pakistan. What do you feel when looking at this photo?

C2

Part C_8 Description

Answer:

Part C_9 Description

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part C_10 Description

Part C_11 Description

Did you get any images of poor education and Pakistan? If you have anything you don’t know well, please keep researching after the lesson.

Part D_1 Vocabulary

We’ll read aloud the words and sample sentences below. Please repeat after me. I will check your pronunciation.

Part D_2 Vocabulary

primary JP

Every child has the right to have primary education.
out-of-school JP

Statistics show that out-of-school children are forced to work at a young age.
curriculum JP

The school curriculum must be updated.
dropout JP

The village’s dropout rate is high due to its distance from the schools.

Part D_3 Vocabulary

Now, let’s review some words from part D_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and expressions from part D_2.)
Part D_4 Vocabulary

 
Part D_5 Vocabulary

Please look at the pictures below. Now, fill in the blanks with the words you learned and read aloud the complete sentences.
(Please give the student time to answer.)
Part D_6 Vocabulary

1. _______________ education is important for children to learn many things

2. The number of the country’s _______________ children is rapidly increasing.

income

3. An outdated school _______________ is not an effective learning tool.

malnutrition

4. Data shows that there are many reasons that contribute to the high _______________ rate in Pakistan.

Part D_7 Vocabulary

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part D_8 Vocabulary

Part D_9 Vocabulary

Do you have any questions about the meaning of words?
Then, let’s move on to the next part.

Part E_1 Reading

Please read aloud the first passage below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part E_2 Reading

   
Primary education
Access to primary education is a basic right for every child. It plays an important role in reducing extreme poverty and promoting social change. There are varying standards, but primary education is typically designed for children 6 to 11 years old. In 2019, the global adjusted net attendance rate was 87 percent, and roughly four out of every five children completed primary school. Additionally, the number of out-of-school children has decreased by almost 40 percent in the last two decades. But 58 million children of primary school age remain out of school. The majority of them come from underprivileged communities. Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) data show that many children lack core reading and numerical skills, emphasizing the great challenge of achieving inclusive and fair quality education for all.

Part E_3 Reading

Now, let’s review some words and sentences from part E_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and sentences from part E_2.)

Part E_4 Reading

   
Part E_5 Reading

I will ask the following questions. Please answer based on the passage. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
Part E_6 Reading

1. How many children of primary school age remain out of school?
Part E_7 Reading

Answer:

Part E_8 Reading

2. What did the MICS data show about many children?
Part E_9 Reading

Answer:

Part E_10 Reading

Please read aloud the second passage below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part E_11 Reading

   
The issue of education in Pakistan
There are multiple education systems in Pakistan. Different methods of instruction, curricula, and examination systems exist in private and public schools. If public schools can provide a minimum standard, private schools will have to match this quality. The curriculum helps achieve the educational goals of a nation. Unfortunately, it focuses more on memorization than deep learning and critical thinking. But the biggest problem Pakistan has so far is its dropout rates.

mortality rate
The country’s dropout rate is the highest among the developing countries. According to a 2017 report, 40 percent of children aged 5 to 6 did not go to school. The major factors that contribute to this problem include the poor education system, lack of trained teaching staff, poverty, and child labor. Creating a plan to help poverty-stricken families in sending their children to schools rather than work may solve this issue.

Part E_12 Reading

Now, let’s review some words and sentences from part E_11.
(Please review the mispronounced words and sentences from part E_11.)

Part E_13 Reading

    
Part E_14 Reading

I will ask the following question. Please answer based on the passage. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
Part E_15 Reading

dropout_rate

1. According to the graph, which place in Pakistan has the highest dropout rate for both male and female students?
Part E_16 Reading

Answer:

Part E_17 Reading

2. What are the major factors that affect the dropout rate in Pakistan?
Part E_18 Reading

Answer:

Part E_19 Reading

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part E_20 Reading

Part E_21 Reading

Did you understand the situation or facts of education?
If you have any questions, please ask me.

Part F_1 Opinion

Please answer the questions below. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part F_2 Opinion

1. What do you think is the best thing or the most interesting thing you learned in elementary school? Why do you think so?
Part F_3 Opinion

Answer:

Part F_4 Opinion

2. What do you want to learn more during your school life?
Part F_5 Opinion

Answer:

Part F_6 Opinion

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part F_7 Opinion

Part F_8 Opinion

Thank you for sharing your opinions. Let us continue to learn and think about poverty issues, and then take action to solve them.

SDGs Advanced – Zero Hunger

Today’s GOAL

Let’s check the today’s goal. This unit is about “Zero Hunger.”

   

Today’s Goal
Learn words and expressions related to hunger
Get to know and share your thoughts on the countries facing the hunger issue
Give a presentation about hunger.

Part A_1 self introduction

Let’s introduce ourselves to each other.
My name is ________. What is your name?

Part A_2 self introduction

I am ________. Nice to meet you.

Part A_3 self introduction

Nice to meet you too, ________. Let’s get started.

Part B_1 Review

Please read aloud the passage below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part B_2 Review

   
Poverty
If people do not get enough nutrition, they will not have the strength or energy to work. Their immune systems will also be weakened from malnutrition and this will leave them more vulnerable to illness that prevents them from getting to work. Malaria, diarrhea, and respiratory infections, which are easily avoidable and curable in nations with underdeveloped health systems, can be lethal, especially in young children. Climate change, on the other hand, causes hunger, whether through a lack of water (drought) or an excess of water (flooding), and its consequences contribute to the poverty cycle in various ways. More than half of the population now lives in extreme poverty.

Part B_3 Review

Now, let’s review some words and sentences from part B_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and sentences from part B_2.)

Part B_4 Review

Part B_5 Review

I will ask the following questions about poverty. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
Part B_6 Review

1. What diseases are easily curable but can be lethal in underdeveloped countries?
Part B_7 Review

135 million people are chronically malnourished due to ____________, ____________, and ____________.

Part B_8 Review

2. Did you do your research on a sub-textbook? Did you find an activity to solve the hunger issue? Please tell me what the organization/association does and how you feel about it.
Part B_9 Review

Part B_10 Review

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part B_11 Review

Part B_12 Review

So far, we reviewed the previous lesson topic, “poverty”. Do you have any questions? In the next part, we are going to learn about “hunger”.
(Please ask students if they have any questions. They can also review the sub-textbook after the lesson.)

Part C_1 Description

Please look at and study the pictures below. These are photos from Japan and Bangladesh. I will ask questions about them later.
(Give the student at least 20 seconds to study both pictures.)
Part C_2 Description

  

Part C_3 Description

1. Where is Bangladesh? A, B or C?
Part C_4 Description

Bangladesh is _________.

Part C_5 Description

2. What can you see in the pictures? Please cite two differences between them.

  

Part C_6 Description

Answer:
Firstly,
Secondly,

Part C_7 Description

3. What do you feel when looking at the photo of Bangladesh?

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Part C_8 Description

Answer:

Part C_9 Description

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part C_10 Description

Part C_11 Description

Did you get any images of the situation in Bangladesh? If you have anything you don’t know well, please keep researching after the lesson.

Part D_1 Vocabulary

We’ll read aloud the words and sample sentences below. Please repeat after me. I will check your pronunciation.

Part D_2 Vocabulary

starvation 飢餓

More and more people are suffering from starvation.
shortage 不足

There is a food shortage due to a lack of cultivable land.
irrigation 灌漑

The government is putting efforts on improving the country’s irrigation system.
outdated 時代遅れの

Farmers in Bangladesh still use outdated farming methods.

Part D_3 Vocabulary

Now, let’s review some words from part D_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and expressions from part D_2.)
Part D_4 Vocabulary

 
Part D_5 Vocabulary

Please look at the pictures below. Now, fill in the blanks with the words you learned and read aloud the complete sentences.
(Please give the student time to answer.)
Part D_6 Vocabulary

1. _______________ leads to malnutrition, so let’s work on this issue.

2. Statistics show that more countries are suffering from food _______________.

income

3. The country’s _______________ systems need to be improved.

malnutrition

4. Countries that use _______________ farming methods still exist up to this day.

Part D_7 Vocabulary

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part D_8 Vocabulary

Part D_9 Vocabulary

Do you have any questions about the meaning of words?
Then, let’s move on to the next part.

Part E_1 Reading

Please read aloud the first passage below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part E_2 Reading

   
Global hunger
The number of people suffering from starvation began to slowly rise again in 2015. According to current estimates, about 690 million people, or 8.9% of the global population, are hungry. It increased by 10 million in a year and nearly 60 million in five years. According to the World Food Program, 135 million people are chronically malnourished as a result of human-caused conflict, climate change, and the economic downturn. With almost a quarter of a billion people possibly on the brink of hunger, immediate action is required to give food and humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable areas. A major adjustment in the global food and agriculture system is required if we are to feed the more than 690 million people who are currently hungry. Agricultural productivity and long-term food production must be increased to help reduce the dangers of hunger.

Part E_3 Reading

Now, let’s review some words and sentences from part E_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and sentences from part E_2.)

Part E_4 Reading

   
Part E_5 Reading

I will ask the following questions. Please answer based on the passage. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
Part E_6 Reading

1. How much has the number of people suffering from hunger increased in the last five years?
Part E_7 Reading

Answer:

Part E_8 Reading

Please read aloud the second passage below. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
Part E_9 Reading

   
Food problem in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is a small country with a large population. Because the land-to-human ratio is unbalanced, food security will be one of the country’s future issues. To feed its rapidly growing population, the country is fighting to maintain and improve its present food output.
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Population growth is the primary cause of famine in Bangladesh. Other factors, though, are adding to the country’s food shortage. Housing, industry, schools, universities, hospitals, road and highway building, and other infrastructural projects annually result in the loss of around 80 thousand hectares of cultivable land in Bangladesh. Estimates show that Bangladesh would run out of agricultural land by 2080 if the current trend continues.

Additionally, Bangladesh’s agriculture system is still outdated and unscientific in this day of incredible technological advances. Its agriculture is plagued by irrigation and water shortages due to its reliance on nature for water, despite being a land of rivers and wetlands. The country could not develop a proper irrigation system and network, so its farmers primarily use unscientific and traditional agriculture tools and methods, which hinders their food production.

Bangladesh, fortunately, has achieved consistent progress in terms of food production in recent years. Nonetheless, Bangladesh is a food-insecure country that imports a significant amount of food grains each year.

Part E_10 Reading

Now, let’s review some words and sentences from part E_9.
(Please review the mispronounced words and sentences from part E_9.)

Part E_11 Reading

    
Part E_12 Reading

I will ask the following question. Please answer based on the passage. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
Part E_13 Reading

2. What are the causes of the loss of around 80 thousand hectares of cultivable land in Bangladesh?
Part E_14 Reading

Answer:

Part E_15 Reading

Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

Part E_16 Reading

Part E_17 Reading

Did you understand the situation or facts of hunger? If you have any questions, please ask me.

Part F_1 Preparing
In this part, you will give a presentation about “Food problem in Bangladesh.” First, I will ask you some questions. The answers will be the key for your presentation.
Part F_2 Preparing
According to the passage, what are the causes of the food problem in Bangladesh?
Part F_3 Preparing
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2.
(Please send the idea on chatbox as a record/hint for next step.)
Part F_4 Preparing
Then, let’s make a presentation. I will read the sample presentation, and I will give you 2 minutes to prepare.

Food problem in Bangladesh
Opening Today, I am going to talk about the food problem in Bangladesh. Despite its small size, Bangladesh has a huge population.
Body It causes food shortage issues in the country because:
① The rapid population growth in the country causes imbalance to its land-to-human ratio.
② So, Bangladesh loses thousands of hectares of cultivable land every year because of this.
Closing The food crisis is vital, and providing food to an expanding population in Bangladesh is a major challenge. A reasonable, coordinated, and pragmatic effort is required.
Part G_1 Presentation
Now, it’s your turn. You will give a presentation. After that, I will give a feedback and ask a question. You will have 1-2 minutes to present.
Part G_2 Presentation
(Please start your presentation now.)
Opening Bangladesh has been suffering from food supply problems due to its large population. However, there are other causes that contribute to the country’s food shortage…
Body _____________________________________________
① __________________________________________
② __________________________________________
Closing _____________________________________________
Part G_3 Presentation
Thank you for your presentation. How was it? Now, I will tell you the good points of your presentation.
(Please give 2 positive feedback about the student’s presentation.)
Part G_4 Presentation
Secondly, I will ask you a question about your presentation.
(Please ask 1 question about the student’s presentation.)
Part G_5 Presentation
Answer:
Part G_6 Presentation
Now, let’s review your answer.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)
Part G_7 Presentation
Part G_8 Presentation
Thank you for answering my question. Let us continue to learn and think about hunger issues, and then take action to solve them.
(If you still have enough time, you can share the situation of hunger in your country.)

Kids (Level 2)|こども向け(レベル2)
Lesson 26: TIME OF THE DAY いちにちのじかん

PART A_1
LOOK AT THE PICTURE AND SAY THE WORDS.

PART A_2
Repeat after your tutor.
MORNING
あさ
AFTERNOON
ごご
EVENING
ゆうがた
NIGHT
よる
PART B_1
LET’S READ.
PART B_2
REPEAT AFTER ME.
Good morninig.
おはようございます。
Good afternoon.
こんにちは。
Good evening.
こんばんは。

Good night.
おやすみなさい。
PART C_1
LET’S PLAY. COMPLETE THE GREETING
PART C_2
Good n__h_.
おやすみなさい。
Good _ve_i_g.
こんばんは。
Good a_t__n__n.
こんにちは。
Good m__n__g.
おはようございます。
PART D_1
LET’S PLAY. TRUE OR FALSE?

PART D_2
If YES, clap ONCE. If NO, clap TWICE.
Is it night?
よるですか。
Is it afternoon?
ごごですか。
Is it evening?
ゆうがたですか。
Is it morning?
あさですか。
PART E_1
Good job! Thanks for today. Bye!

Kids (Level 2)|こども向け(レベル2)
Lesson 20: PLACES ばしょ

PART A_1
LOOK AT THE PICTURE AND SAY THE WORDS.

PART A_2
Repeat after your tutor.
PARK
こうえん
SCHOOL
がっこう
BANK
ぎんこう
HOSPITAL
びょういん
PART B_1
LET’S READ.
PART B_2
REPEAT AFTER ME.
It is a park.
それはこうえんです。
It is a school.
それはがっこうです。
It is a bank.
それはぎんこうです。

It is a hospital.
それはびょういんです。
PART C_1
LET’S PLAY. WHAT PLACE IS IT?
PART C_2
It is a ______.
それはがっこうです。
It is a ______.
それはこうえんです。
It is a ______.
それはびょういんです。
It is a ______.
それはぎんこうです。
PART D_1
LET’S PLAY. TRUE OR FALSE?

PART D_2
If YES, clap ONCE. If NO, clap TWICE.
Is this a park?
これはこうえんですか。
Is this a school?
これはがっこうですか。
Is this a bank?
これはぎんこうですか。
Is this a hospital?
これはびょういんですか。
PART E_1
Good job! Thanks for today. Bye!