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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. How would population decline affect the environment?
2. Is genetic recombination unethical?
3. Should all countries accept immigrants?
4. Should criminals be punished or rehabilitated?
5. Agree or disagree: The government should ban child labor.

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. How would population decline affect the environment?
2. Is genetic recombination unethical?
3. Should all countries accept immigrants?
4. Should criminals be punished or rehabilitated?
5. Agree or disagree: The government should ban child labor.

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.

Living Abroad (Intermediate) – Club

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. Have you been a member of any school club?
3. What school club was popular when you were a student?
4. Did you join any sports club in your school?
5. Do you think it’s important to join school clubs?

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: Bill, have you decided what club you are going to join?
Bill: No, but I’m interested in mountaineering club.
Alex: I thought you would join the football club because you were in the football club in high school.
Bill: I like football but I also like hiking. My grandparents often take me hiking and I came to like it.
Alex: Yeah. Hiking is a sport that all generations can enjoy.
Bill: True. Actually, my grandfather plans to climb Mt. Fuji next summer. I will go with him.
Alex: Wow! That’s a big challenge. You need to prepare well before your trip.
Bill: That’s right. I’m going to buy new hiking shoes next month. I’m so excited!

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the following questions based on the dialogue.

ANSWER

1. What club does Bill want to join?
Answer:
2. Why did Alex think that Bill will join the football club?
Answer:
3. What will Bill do next summer?
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: I joined the dance club.
Student: Awesome! What genre do you dance?
Tutor: I dance Jazz. I learned jazz dance when I was 4 years old.
Student:
a. That’s not good.
b. That’s true.
c. That’s the way!
d. You must be a nice dancer.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

2. Tutor: I want to join the drama club but I’m not good at acting.
Student: You can do it. Just practice more.
Tutor: You’re right. Could you help me practice my audition script?
Student:
a. I have to go.
b. Of course, I’ll help you.
c. I am hungry.
d. Drama is not good.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

3. Tutor: We will have a cheerleading competition this weekend.
Student: Really? Can I go to cheer for you?
Tutor: Absolutely. I’m so nervous.
Student:
a. Better luck next time.
b. I know you can do it.
c. That’s a shame.
d. It doesn’t matter.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

4. Tutor: Do you have a plan after class? Let’s go to the mall.
Student: Sorry, I can’t. I have to look for new club members.
Tutor: Oh, do you think I can help you out?
Student:
a. Yes! You’ll be a big help.
b. Yes! I don’t want to.
c. I can do it alone.
d. You should go to the mall.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

5. Tutor: I heard you won a prize in the swimming competition!
Student: Yeah. I got a gold medal!
Tutor: Congratulations! I want to be good at swimming, too.
Student:
a. You don’t have a chance.
b. Just practice hard.
c. I’ve got your back.
d. Nothing on you.
(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 your classmate.
You will ask your tutor questions about his/her club.
Items to mention:
– club s/he joined
– reason for joining the club
– when s/he joined the club
– meeting schedule
– number of members
– club activities
– favorite club activity

ANSWERS FOR DIALOGUE PRACTICE

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

Living Abroad (Intermediate) – Hobby

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 hobby?
3. How much time do you spend on your hobby?
4. What other hobbies would you like to try? Why?
5. Which hobby do you think is the most difficult for you?

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: Bill, do you have any plans this weekend?
Bill: Nothing special. I’ll just clean my room and go shopping.
Alex: Are you interested in hiking? I’ll go hiking with my friends. Do you want to come?
Bill: Wow, that’s nice! I’ve always thought of trying something new.
Alex: Yeah, I think you will like it. I feel relaxed when I take a walk in nature, that’s why I like hiking. How about you? What is your hobby?
Bill: My hobby is camping. I started camping with my father when I was in high school.
Alex: Amazing! Do you know how to camp? Can you teach me how?
Bill: Sure. I’ll bring my tent with me.

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the following questions based on the dialogue.

ANSWER

1. Why does Alex like hiking?
Answer:
2. When did Bill start camping?
Answer:
3. What will Bill bring?
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: Hi, Martha. What do you do during your free time?
Student: I read novels during my free time. How about you?
Tutor: I usually play computer games during my free time.
Student:
a. That’s nice.
b. That’s not true.
c. Sure. That’s okay.
d. I don’t mind.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

2. Tutor: I really like basketball. I practice playing every weekend.
Student: Wow! I also like playing basketball.
Tutor: That’s cool! Do you want to play with me on Saturday?
Student:
a. I don’t like basketball.
b. Of course! That would be fun.
c. I like baseball.
d. I don’t want to play with you.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

3. Tutor: We are looking for someone who loves to draw.
Student: I love to draw buildings.
Tutor: That’s nice! Would you like join the art club?
Student:
a. No. That’s boring.
b. Whatever.
c. Yes, I would love to!
d. That’s a big problem.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

4. Tutor: I often see Jenny watching anime.
Student: What kinds of anime does she like?
Tutor: I think she likes fantasy and mystery.
Student:
a. Thank you for your help.
b. Those are nice. I like romance and comedy.
c. My pleasure.
d. You shouldn’t mind it.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

5. Tutor: Hey, Lucas. You like watching soccer games, right?
Student: Yes, I do. Why do you ask?
Tutor: I heard that there will be a live soccer game tonight. You should watch it.
Student:
a. Thanks. I will watch it.
b. It doesn’t matter.
c. Not at all.
d. It’s not a problem.
(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 your friend.
You will ask your tutor questions about his/her hobby.
Items to mention:
– favorite hobby
– time spent / how long
– how often
– with whom
– expensive or cheap
– indoor or outdoor
– safe or dangerous

ANSWERS FOR DIALOGUE PRACTICE

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

Living Abroad (Intermediate) – Friends

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. How would you describe your closest friends?
3. How do you usually communicate with your friends?
4. How often do you see your friends?
5. What do you like to do with your friends?

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: Hey, Bill. How was your first day in school?
Bill: Hi, Alex. It was exciting but also tough for me because I feel shy when I meet new people.
Alex: No worries. I think everyone feels nervous in the beginning.
Bill: Really? Well, my classmates are actually nice but it’s hard for me to initiate a conversation.
Alex: I recommend that you join the newcomers camp. When I was in first year, I made a lot of friends during the camp.
Bill: Sounds interesting. How can I register for the camp?
Alex: Just get an application form from the registration’s office. Fill it out and submit it to the person-in-charge. By the way, why don’t you invite your classmates?
Bill: I see. Yeah, I think it’s a good idea to invite them as well. Thank you.

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the following questions based on the dialogue.

ANSWER

1. Why was Bill’s first day in school tough for him?
Answer:
2. How did Alex make friends when he was in first year?
Answer:
3. How can Bill register for the newcomers camp?
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: Dennis, are you interested in basketball?
Student: Yes, sometimes I play basketball with my friends.
Tutor: Cool! I’m actually looking for new members for our basketball team.
Student:
a. Seriously? I’m not.
b. Sorry, I’m a member of the football club already.
c. Sure, I’ll show you.
d. I don’t mind. Join us.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

2. Tutor: Have you seen Nicky?
Student: Nicky? Who’s Nicky?
Tutor: She is a friend of Ken. She has curly brown hair.
Student:
a. What’s up?
b. It doesn’t matter.
c. I saw her this morning.
d. He knows it.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

3. Tutor: Do you like watching movies?
Student: Yes, of course.
Tutor: I’ve got two movie tickets. Do you want to come with me?
Student:
a. My pleasure.
b. Not at all.
c. You shouldn’t be there.
d. It couldn’t be better.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

4. Tutor: Amy, let me introduce my friend Kevin.
Student: Hi, I’m Amy. Nice to meet you.
Tutor: We are members of chorus club.
Student:
a. How long does it take?
b. It’s not a problem.
c. It might happen.
d. She often talks about you.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

5. Tutor: Lina! Can I borrow your phone?
Student: Oh, what happened to your phone?
Tutor: My phone is dead. I don’t have my charger with me.
Student:
a. Unfortunately, my phone is dead.
b. Good to hear that.
c. You shoudn’t mind it.
d. Do you want to borrow my charger?
(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 your friend.
You will invite your tutor to your birthday party.
Items to mention:
– place
– date
– time
– nearest station (landmark)
– birthday theme
– dress code
– program of the party

ANSWERS FOR DIALOGUE PRACTICE

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

Living Abroad (Intermediate) – Food

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’s your favorite food?
3. Is there any food you don’t like?
4. What dish is your country famous for?
5. What exotic food do you want to try?

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: Hi, Bill. Are you free tonight?
Bill: Hi, Alex. I’m afraid not. I’ll have dinner with my parents.
Alex: It’s okay. How about tomorrow? Let’s go to the new restaurant near our campus.
Bill: Sure. What cuisine do they offer?
Alex: It’s a Thai food restaurant. It’s my favorite.
Bill: Uh, I like Thai food but not the spicy ones.
Alex: Don’t worry, they have mild ones.
Bill: Sounds good. I can’t wait.

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the following questions based on the dialogue.

ANSWER

1. When will they go to the new restaurant?
Answer:
2. What will Bill do tonight?
Answer:
3. What food does Bill dislike?
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: Do you have any plans for tomorrow?
Student: Yes, I’ll have dinner with my grandparents.
Tutor: We’ll have a barbecue at noon. Are you coming?
Student:
a. Not really.
b. I’ll drop by.
c. Yes, I do.
d. I wish I would.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

2. Tutor: Is there any food you don’t eat?
Student: I don’t eat okra. I don’t like its texture.
Tutor: Don’t you like sticky foods?
Student:
a. Just in case.
b. Yes, I don’t.
c. No, I don’t.
d. That’s right.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

3. Tutor: I baked some cookies. Do you want some?
Student: Thanks. Hmm, it’s so tasty!
Tutor: You see… I baked them with my sister who is a pastry chef.
Student:
a. Which bakeshop does she work for?
b. He must be good.
c. I want to try it.
d. Why don’t you go there?
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

4. Tutor: I found a cafe that offers cake buffet.
Student: That’s nice. Let’s go there on Friday after our class.
Tutor: Sorry, I won’t be available at that time.
Student:
a. How about on Saturday?
b. Definitely.
c. I can make it.
d. I’m on vacation.
(Answer is in the last page.)
READ AND ANSWER

5. Tutor: Recently, I started growing some vegetables.
Student: Cool! Do you rent a land?
Tutor: No, I just use my backyard.
Student:
a. I’m into it.
b. I wish I had one.
c. Let me hear it.
d. Undoubtedly.
(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: You will pretend as a restaurant server.
Your tutor will pretend as a customer at the restaurant.
Items to mention:
– number of guests
– smoking or non-smoking area
– drink
– food allergy
– order
– it takes 20 minutes to serve
– dessert

ANSWERS FOR DIALOGUE PRACTICE

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

TEAP_0 (TEMPLATE)

INTRODUCING ONESELF

Let’s introduce ourselves using the following dialogue as a guide.

INTRODUCE

Tutor: Hello, my name is May I know your name?
Student:
Tutor:
Student:

CONVERSATION PRACTICE

I will ask you the following questions. Please answer them based on your experience.

ANSWER

1. (question)
Answer:
2. (question)
Answer:
3. (question)
Answer:
INTERVIEW PRACTICE

I will play as a translator. You will play as an interviewer. Please ask me questions about the given items below.

Begin the interview with this sentence: “Hello, may I ask you some questions?”

INTERVIEW

Ask questions about:
– (question)
– (question)
– (question)
– (question)

GIVING A SPEECH

Please read the given topic below. Then, explain whether you agree or disagree with the statement.

SPEECH

“(statement)”
I agree
I disagree

EXPRESSING OPINIONS

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

ANSWER

1. (question)
Answer:
2. (question)
Answer:
3. (question)
Answer:
4. (question)
Answer:

TEAP_0

INTRODUCING ONESELF

Let’s introduce ourselves using the following dialogue as a guide.

INTRODUCE

Tutor: Hello, my name is May I know your name?
Student:
Tutor:
Student:

CONVERSATION PRACTICE

I will ask you the following questions. Please answer them based on your experience.

ANSWER

1. What is your favorite school event?
Answer:
2. What do you usually do before going to bed?
Answer:
3. What do you do to relax?
Answer:
INTERVIEW PRACTICE

I will play as a translator. You will play as an interviewer. Please ask me questions about the given items below.

Begin the interview with this sentence: “Hello, may I ask you some questions?”

INTERVIEW

Ask questions about:
– Languages s/he speaks
– When s/he started working as a translator
– The things s/he likes about his/her job
– Troubles at work

GIVING A SPEECH

Please read the given topic below. Then, explain whether you agree or disagree with the statement.

SPEECH

“It is better to prohibit speaking in Japanese during an English class.”
I agree
I disagree

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 students should be allowed to bring their mobile phones to school?
Answer:
2. How can playing video games affect teenagers?
Answer:
3. Do you think all students should take online English lessons?
Answer:
4. Do you think each family should own a pet?
Answer:

[HS] Lesson 10

PASSAGE READING

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

READ

 

Healthcare in Australia

Australia’s healthcare system is as good as any other developed country. With over 1,300 hospitals, most Australians have easy access to medical care. However, Aboriginal Australians, the original inhabitants of Australia, have not adapted well to the modern Australian society and find modern city life impossible. This is why most Aboriginals stay in rural areas that do not have water and electricity supplies, the reason why their living conditions are unsanitary which leads to spreading of diseases.

In 2008, the Australian government launched the Nurse Family Partnership. Nurses visit Aboriginal families in their own homes for easier healthcare access and for them to understand the cause of diseases. Because of the government’s help, Aboriginal Australians’ health have been slowly improving.

COMPREHENSION CHECK

Please answer the following questions based on the passage.

ANSWER

1. Why do most Aboriginal Australians stay in rural areas?
Answer:
2. Why are their living conditions unsanitary?
Answer:
3. What did the Australian government launch in 2008?
Answer:

CONSTRUCTING SENTENCES

Please construct sentences using each word below.

CONSTRUCT

Words and Expressions Sample Sentences
medical We need medical supplies.
Answer:
access I don’t have an internet access.
Answer:
disease The kid is suffering from a rare disease.
Answer:
adapt He adapted to the new environment quickly.
Answer:
rural My friend grew up in a rural area.
Answer:

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 healthcare is important?
Answer:
2. What do you do when you feel sick?
Answer:
3. Should people go to the hospital when they are not feeling well?
Answer:
4. How do you think people can stay healthy?
Answer:
5. Do you think money is important for people to stay healthy?
Answer:
6. Should governments be responsible for everyone’s healthcare?
Answer:
7. Do you think healthcare should be free?
Answer:

Living Abroad (Beginner)_Introduce Someone

DIALOGUE READING

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

READ

Rob:
Hi, Miho. How are you?
Miho:
I’m fine. How about you?
Rob:
I’ve been busy with our club lately.
Miho:
Which school club do you belong to?
Rob:
I joined the Book Club this year.
Miho:
That’s nice.
Rob:
I’ve met a lot of new friends there. I’ll introduce them to you next week.
Miho:
Really? I’m excited to meet your new friends. Thanks, Rob.
Rob:
You’re welcome.

EXAMPLE

Before we start the next activity, let’s discuss the example below.

EXAMPLE

new year

ASKING QUESTIONS

Please ask me a question about each item below.

ASK

LA - introduce someone

Living Abroad (Beginner)_English

DIALOGUE READING

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

READ

Rob:
Have you finished your homework in English?
Miho:
Yes, I have. How about you?
Rob:
No, I haven’t. I’m having a hard time because I’m not good in English.
Miho:
I can help you if you want to.
Rob:
Really? That would be great.
Miho:
Let’s meet at the library after our class.
Rob:
Okay. I wish I were as good as you in English.
Miho:
You’re also good in English. You just need to practice more.
Rob:
That means a lot. Thanks, Miho.

EXAMPLE

Before we start the next activity, let’s discuss the example below.

EXAMPLE

new year

ASKING QUESTIONS

Please ask me a question about each item below.

ASK

LA - englishh