Let’s learn new vocabulary. Listen and repeat these words with your tutor.
|1. personal 個人的な|
|Asking personal or sensitive questions to your students is strictly prohibited.|
|2. cheat だます、浮気をする、（テストで）カンニングをする|
|She was in extreme pain after she caught his dad cheating on his mom.|
|3. validate 検証|
|Talking with people who understand you helps validate your feelings.|
|4. justify 正当化|
|He tried to justify his tardiness with lame excuses.|
|5. consequence 結果|
|The team leader pointed out the corresponding consequences of late submissions.|
I will ask the questions. Please answer them in complete sentences.
|1.||What conversation topics do you consider too personal or sensitive?|
|2.||Why do you think people cheat?|
|3.||Would you still befriend someone who validates wrong actions? Please explain your answer.|
|4.||How would you justify spending so much money on the latest gadgets?|
|5.||What do you think are the consequences of lying?|
Let’s read the dialogue. I will play Ron and you will play Emma. Then, we’ll switch roles.
Hey, Emma. Can I ask you a personal question?
Yes, Ron. What is it?
Why do you think people cheat?
Hmm…. I haven’t experienced being cheated on, but I personally think
that it’s really their own choice to do it.
What could be the reason then?
I’m not in the right shoes to tell this but maybe because
their partner doesn’t satisfy their needs anymore.
I know what you mean, but we’re not validating nor justifying the deed. It’s completely wrong in all aspects.
Yes, and there are certain consequences for doing it.
I will ask the questions about the conversation. Please answer them in complete sentences.
|1.||What did Ron ask Emma?|
|2.||What did Emma answer to the question?|
|3.||How did Ron describe cheating?|
Fill in the blanks and complete the conversation.
|1.||A: Can I ask you something?
B: Yeah, as long as it’s not too ___________.
|2.||A: Why are they fighting?
B: He caught him __________ on her.
|3.||A: He has been late due to the traffic.
B: Please don’t ____________ his consistent tardiness with lame excuses.
|4.||A: Thanks for comforting me. Talking with you indeed ____________ my emotions.
B: No problem. I’m just here if you need someone to talk to.
|5.||A: Have you heard about the student who was caught cheating on an exam?
B: Yes. He’s now facing the _____________ for what he did.
Let’s do a roleplay. Talk with me according to the situation below, using the expressions you just learned.
You and your friend recently watched a movie about a cheating couple. Exchange ideas why cheating happens and discuss/give some pieces of advice. Your tutor will pretend to be your friend.
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.)