|担 当 者||単 位 数||配当年次||学 期||曜 日||時 限|
|1||Course introduction, syllabus, interviews and introductions.|
|2||Let’s introduce ourselves, Everyday expressions and future arrangements, Personal information,
The phonetic alphabet, Present simple and continuous, stativ verbs, Ms. Medina’s Spanish Class,
The Fashionable Milliner.
|3||Things happen. Describing unexpected events and possessions, Expressions with get and
comparatives, Present perfect with for and since, The 90/10 Secret, You Can Do It!
|4||Buildings everywhere! Describing a location, checking into a hotel, Describing housing,
Pronunciation syllables, Articles, Sofa Surfing, The Alhambra.
|5||Seeing old friends, Talking about an old friend and recognizing people, Phrasal verbs, Separable and inseparable phrasal verbs, vowel sounds, Lost Friend Finder, Finding a Lost Friend.|
|6||Congratulations! Discussing events in the past and reporting information, Achievements, Pronunciation final consonants, Present perfect and past simple, Want to Win? Get Lin! Adventure Seekers.|
|7||Healthy Living. Planning to do something healthy and talking about relationships, Health and fitness, Future-will/going to, Stay Healthy-The Easy Way! A Healthy Lifestyle.|
|9||What a pain! Talking about being late, showing sympathy, Transportation problems, Past perfect, The Last Train, A New York City Taxi Driver.|
|10||Eat up! Making suggestions and complaints, Describing food, Intonation in tag questions, Tag questions, 46 Reviews for The Good Table, Food and Culture.|
|11||What a disaster! Talking about bad news and telephoning, Disasters, First and second conditionals, Storm Chasers, A Hawaiian Volcano.|
|12||I used to..., Discussing changes in technology, taking about changes, Computer words, Pronunciation used, used to/didn’t use to, I used to believe..., The First iPod.|
|13||Crime and punishment, Talking about something that was stolen, expressions with when, Criminal Activities, Pronunciation -ed endings, Narrative tenses, Does Crime Pay? Stop That Man!|
|14||Festivals and celebrations. Describing places you’ve visited, responding to information, Describing a festival, Sentence stress, Passives, Festivals Around the World, Chinese New Year.|
|16||Course review, syllabus, summer vacation interviews and introductions.|
|17||Meeting and greeting. Making an introduction, reacting to good news, Relationships, Intonation
with questions, Review of question forms, Tongue-tied? Try these tips! Speed Dating.
|18||Telling stories. Explaining what happened, giving complaints, Expressing wants, likes, and
dislikes, Pronunciation -ed endings, Review of narrative tenses, The Old Dog, Traffic in India.
|19||How should I behave? Describing a social mistake, talking about expectations, Cultural customs, Grammar Supposed to, expected to, allowed to, permitted to, Global Business Etiquette, The
Customs of the Masai.
|20||The world around us. Talking about ways to save electricity and misunderstandings, Phrasal
verbs, Pronunciation -en at the end of past participles, Passives, Reverse Vending Machines
Make Recycling Fun! Inside a Recycling Plant.
|21||Watch out! Warning someone about a possible injury, giving warnings, Injuries, Review of zero,
first, and second conditionals, What’s Your First Aid I.Q.? Animal Therapy.
|22||People make mistakes. Talking about breaking something, describing problems, Expressing
feelings, Reduced stress, Third conditionals, No Regrets, The Theft of the Mona Lisa.
|24||Let’s fly! Talking about air travel, making and refusing suggestions, Air travel, Emphatic stress, Indirect questions, Worst Travel Nightmare, The Frequent Flier.|
|25||Money matters. Talking about paying bills, saying numbers, Personal finance, Linking vowel to vowel, Reported speech, Who’s Using Your Identity? The Wall Street Crash of 1929.|
|26||How well do you eat? Talking about unhealthy foods, sharing and responding to good news, Healthy habits, Linking consonant to vowels, Comparisons, Laugh Your Way to Weight Loss! Food as Medicine.|
|27||How’s work? Talking about getting a raise, clarifying and confirming bad news, Work collocations, Reduction of h, Future continuous and future perfect, How to Answer the Four Toughest Interview Questions! Tips from a Career Counselor.|
|28||Everything is breaking! Talking about things that break at home, discussing a problem, Broken things, Sentence stress, Modals and related verbs, Repair or Replace? A Handyman at Work.|
|29||What’s this icon for? Talking about downloading music, asking about unfamiliar things,
Computer words, Reduction of for, Relative clauses, The Best Social Networking, The Social
|The above schedule is subject to change.|