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Lesson 4: Student's Classroom English 2

I can use classroom English.

PRESENT

Read the expressions silently. You have one minute. Then, listen and repeat.

Please wait. I’m looking up the word.

Okay. Thank you for waiting.

How about you?

Sorry, I don’t understand.

Okay, I’ve got it!

UNDERSTAND

Read the dialogues silently. You have one minute. Then, read the dialogues with your tutor.

Dialogue 1


Tutor:

Good morning!

Student:

Good morning!

Tutor:

My name is _____. What’s your name?

Student:

I’m _____.

Tutor:

Nice to meet you, _____.

Student:

Nice to meet you too.

Tutor:

So, how are you today?

Student:

I’m great! How about you?

Tutor:

I’m good, thanks. Are you ready to start your lesson?

Student:

Yes, I’m ready.

Tutor:

… Today, let’s talk about morning routines.

Student:

Sorry, I don’t understand. What does “routine” mean?

Tutor:

A routine is a set of activities that you do regularly.

Student:

Okay, I’ve got it! Thank you.

Tutor:

Great. So, can you read the lesson goal?

Student:

Okay. I can listen to and understand someone’s morning routine.

Tutor:

Do you have any questions?

Student:

No, I don’t.

Dialogue 2

Tutor:

Let’s look at the trivia. Please read the trivia.

Student:

Okay. Do you know how to say niau in English? There are two phrases: You can say [thing/color] looks good on you or you look good in [thing/color].

Tutor:

Is everything clear?

Student:

Yes, it is.

Tutor:

Okay. So, what color do you look good in?

Student:

Umm, please wait. I’m looking up the word.

Tutor:

… Are you ready now?

Student:

Okay. Thank you for waiting. I look good in light green.

Tutor:

Great! Now, let’s go to the next part.

Student:

Okay.

PRACTICE

STEP A EXERCISE

The underlined words are close but not quite correct. Correct them.

1. Please wait. I’m look up the word.

 

2. When about you?

 

3. Okay. Thank you for wait.

 

4. Sorry, I do understand.

 

5. Okay, I’ve get it!

STEP B EXERCISE

Choose the correct answers.

1.

Tutor: I’ll be the attendant. Please listen carefully.

Student: _____, I don’t understand. What does “attendant” mean?

  • Thank you
  • Sorry

 

2.

Tutor: Do you eat a lot of fruits and vegetables every day?

Student: Yes, I do. _____ about you?

  • Who
  • How

 

3.

Tutor: A vlogger is a person who makes video blogs.

Student: _____, I’ve got it. Thank you.

  • Okay
  • No

 

4.

Tutor: What kinds of junk food are popular in Japan?

Student: Please wait. I’m _____ up the word.

  • understand
  • looking

 

5.

Tutor: Are you ready now?

Student: _____. Thank you for waiting.

  • Okay
  • Hello

 

CHALLENGE

This is a roleplay activity. Please use your own information to answer the tutor’s questions.

You are taking a RareJob Eikaiwa lesson.


Listen to your tutor and respond using classroom English. Use the links that the tutor sends you in your chatbox.

Today's Expressions

  • Please wait. I’m looking up the word.
  • Okay. Thank you for waiting.
  • How about you?
  • Sorry, I don’t understand.
  • Okay, I’ve got it!

FEEDBACK

I can use classroom English.

LESSON GOAL ACHIEVEMENT

  • Great

    Keep up the good work! You will be able to take regular RareJob Eikaiwa lessons with no problem.

  • Good

    You did okay, but please try a little harder for your next lesson.

  • So-So

    You had some trouble with this lesson. Please review and try it again!

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