中学生の基礎英語 in English 23/4/5 T1-3 Do you have a goal for this year?
What three things will Mika do to get straight A’s?
I’m going to -.
My goal is to -.
Q1. Does Ken want to talk about goals? Why do you think so?
Q2. Does Ken have a clear goal for this year?
Q3. Do you eat fast?
-What would you say?
Topic: Do you have a goal for this year?
I thought I might try to …
I thought I might try to join the swimming team.
I don’t have a goal yet. 目標を決めていないときは、この言い方を使います。
I don’t have a plan yet, but I’m thinking about it.
I don’t think I need a goal.
Do you have a goal for 50 years from now?
to talk about something with another person or in a group
have an idea
to have a thought about or image of something
easy to understand
quickly; in a short amount of time
at the moment
in the place of somebody or something
to finish a job, meeting, etc.
after something has ended; later
in the same way as
to be easy to understand or explain
to listen to a radio program or watch a television program
♪中高生のKiso Eigo ♪ ♪ in English! ♪
Hello and welcome, everybody. Thanks for joining us. My name is Gary Scott Fine.
Hi, everyone. I’m Hannah Grace. I hope you enjoy studying with us today.
Hello, I’m Nakamura Riku. I’m happy to be here.
Oh, me too.
We’re happy you’re here, too. Okay, now, let’s start.
Topic 1: Do you have a goal for this year? Day 3.
This week, we’re listening to Ken, Mika and their parents have a conversation about goals.
Yesterday, we talked about Mika’s goal for the year.
Her goal is to get straight A’s and to do that she plans to do three things.
Riku, what three things will Mika do to get straight A’s?
First, she will take a good notes.
Good. First, she will take good notes. And?
Second, she will study every day.
Right. And third?
Third, she will get enough sleep.
That’s great! Good job, Riku.
We also discussed different ways that you could answer this week’s topic question.
The topic question is: Do you have a goal for this year?
You could answer using: “I’m going to …” or “My goal is to ….”
Right. For example, “I’m going to get straight A’s” or “My goal is to study hard.”
Okay. Let’s move on to the dialogue. Today, we’ll focus on Ken’s thoughts on having goals.