篠﨑英語塾 Shinozaki's School of English 教室から世界へ飛び出そう! 

at 4-17-37 Yawata, Ichikawa-shi , 272-0021


篠﨑英語塾 Shinozaki's School of English 教室から世界へ飛び出そう! 
4-17-37 Yawata
Ichikawa-shi , Chiba 272-0021
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P: 047-332-4456, 333-2204


篠﨑英語塾は、創業1959年以来「音声重視の演習で実力をつける」指導法を貫いてきました。 教師が研鑽を積み、バイリンガル度を上昇させつづけるのはもちろんですが、英語教授法も脳神経の働きに注目し、常に工夫進化させております。 応用言語学の理論、創業以来の経験、そして個々の生徒さんの日々のエネルギー。これらすべてを授業に生かします。 中学、高校生は学業成績に必須の文法語彙の練習中心、小学生、社会人の方は、深く定着する意識下への刷り込みをめざした楽しくにぎやかな演習を提供いたします。 まずは、興味とともに聴く。正確に発声する、見て、きれいに文字を書く...体をつかうとき、子供も大人も、年齢に関係なく生き生きと脳が動き出し効率よく学ぶことができるのです。ぜひ体験してくださいね☆  ご一緒に、広いせかいに発信、飛翔しましょう!

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2014の反省から 1.テキストが固定され、さらにそれに基づく共通試験を含むシラバスによる必修授業であるため、習熟度や学習スタイルのことなる学生に柔軟に対応するのは大きなチャレンジに思えた。肯定感覚をひきだしながら取り組んだものの、指導の範囲が限られているような閉塞感覚を持ったこともある。テキストを土台にプレゼンの機会を与えることで活性化を目指した。  学生とともに学年指定テキストに対する「良心的で冷静な批判」を基盤にした共同体の感覚をもって心がけ、いかなる素材であれ楽しむことが肝要だと思う。効果をあげるためには指導の工夫を必要とする科目であると考えております。現在の日本ビジネスなどにおいて必要な英語力につながるような科目なのだろうか...とも、考えてしまいます。 2.学生の側から教師を援助する場面を設け、また自立的に調べ物をするための工夫として、教師が支度したDVDやCDではなく、むしろ学生個人のスマホアプリを積極的に用いるよう促した。授業の活性化につながったと思います。

Published on 2014-10-04 07:08:55 GMT

4:39から動画を観よう。このExecutive Chef がもしもあの日遅刻しなかったら...仮定法の知識を生かして聴きとってみましょう。 9/11-The Falling Man 動画サイトはこちら。 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyR173pp1cU#t=541 #readrika Published on Aug 17, 2013 "I do not own rights of this video! Its also made by others and meant for only educational purposes and private use. The people who made this want us to remember the tragic, pain and suffering of this horrific event ... to honor the victims and remembering them so we will not forget! 9/11 The Falling Man, The Falling Man is a photograph taken by Associated Press photographer Richard Drew, of a man falling from the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 9:41:15 a.m. during the September 11 attacks in New York City. The subject of the image, whose identity remains uncertain, was one of the people trapped on the upper floors of the skyscraper who either fell searching for safety or jumped to escape the fire and smoke. At least 200 people fell or jumped to their deaths that day; officials could not recover or identify the bodies of those forced out of the buildings prior to the collapse of the towers. Officially, all deaths in the attacks except those of the hijackers were ruled to be homicides due to blunt trauma (as opposed to suicides). The New York City medical examiner's office said it does not classify the people who fell to their deaths on September 11 as "jumpers": "A 'jumper' is somebody who goes to the office in the morning knowing that they will commit suicide... These people were forced out by the smoke and flames or blown out." The photograph, shown on the right, gives the impression that the man is falling straight down. A series of photographs were taken of his fall and showed him to be tumbling through the air The identity of the subject of the Falling Man has never been officially confirmed. The fact that so many people were trapped in the tower has made identifying the man in the 12 photos difficult. It is thought that at least 200 people fell to their deaths, though the actual number is not certain. The Globe and Mail reporter Peter Cheney suggested the man may have been Norberto Hernandez, based on his research, but, when Hernandez' family closely examined the entire photo sequence, they did not feel that it was him. Three other families claimed the man as a relative, but careful analysis of the photo confirmed the claims to be incorrect. Michael Lomonaco, the chef at Windows on the World, suggested that the man was Jonathan Briley, a 43-year-old employee of the North Tower restaurant. Briley was initially identified by his brother, Timothy. Lomonaco was able to identify Briley by his clothes and body-type. In one of the pictures, The Falling Man's clothes were blown away, revealing an orange undershirt similar to the shirt that Briley wore to work almost every day. His older sister, Gwendolyn, originally helped in identifying The Falling Man. She told reporters of The Sunday Mirror, "When I first looked at the picture...and I saw it was a man -- tall, slim -- I said, 'If I didn't know any better, that could be Jonathan.'" Briley, who lived in Mount Vernon, New York, was also a sound engineer. His brother Alex Briley was an original member of the 1970s disco group Village People. A charity has been set up for Jonathan Briley's family." ----------------------------------------­-------------------------- "9/11: The Falling Man", audiovisuele inhoud beheerd door: 15:54 Channel 4 Category News & Politics License Standard YouTube License #readrika ものすごくうるさくて信じられないほど近い の動画はこちら https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_quK9SEGYE&list=PLA8C7389A99D0C2EA&index=2

Published on 2014-09-18 07:02:19 GMT

中三クラス宿題テスト。日本文化を紹介するこのお題は何だと思いますか? J-3 class test on their recent homework. *Fill in the blanks to introduce our exotic snack to a foreigner. Today, I am going to talk about “____________________,” which is basically a meat ball ________ is made ____________ wheat flour, chicken eggs, soup stock and of course little ___________ of octopus meat. We use it _________ a light meal or a snack. We eat it when we are slightly _________ in streets in town. It is usually ___________ by six _____________ in a neat plastic box, ___________ five hundred yen, about 5.5 dollars. You can put extra seasoning over them as much __________ __________; you can choose from soy ___________, shaved smoked fish, sea weed and mayonnaise for an (added/ adding) good taste and flavour. It is quite ___________ and healthy enough, so _____________ only __________ people dislike it. ____________ don’t you try ___________ while you are in __________.

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