Unit 1: A Day At School

Unit 1: A Day At School

PHẦN 1: NGHE HIỂU

LISTENING FOR COMPREHENSION

Describe a normal school day in the life of a student in your country including hours, class subjects, meals, rules, dress, and extra-curricular activities. What options are there in your country to take online classes through distance learning, even for children?


1. Which item did Joshua NOT mention when talking about the things he takes to school?

 
 
 

2. How does Joshua go to school in Japan?

 
 
 

3. What is one of the first things Joshua does when he arrives at school?

 
 
 

4. Where does Joshua eat lunch at school?

 
 
 

5. What time does Joshua probably get home from school most days?

 
 
 

Question 1 of 5


PHẦN 2: DỊCH BÀI

Randall: Hello. Today I’m interviewing Joshua on his experiences going to a Japanese school.

Now Joshua, what time do you go to school?

Joshua: Eight O’clock.

HIỂN THỊ THÊM

Randall: Eight O’clock. And do you go by yourself, or on a school bus?
Joshua: No, I have a group that goes with me.
Randall: So you go with a group?
Joshua: Uh-huh.
Randall: Now what kinds of things do you take to school?
Joshua: I take my taiso fuku, that is gym clothes, and I take my backpack and my books [ Oh, okay. ] and stuff like that.
Randall: Okay and what is the first thing you do when you get to school? Joshua: We do “kiritsu, rei.”
Randall: “Kiritsu” and “rei.” Now what are those?
Joshua: It means “stand up, bow.”
Randall: Stand up and bow.
Joshua: Uh-huh.
Randall: And what do you study at school?
Joshua: We study kokugo, that is writing and reading and stuff like that [ Okay], and sansu, that’s math. [ Okay. ]. And, let’s see . . . , we do gym too.
Randall: Okay, and where do you eat lunch? Do you have a lunchroom or cafeteria?
Joshua: No, we eat in our classroom.
Randall: You eat in your classroom! [ Yeah. ]. Oh wow. That is very interesting. Now what time do you come home from school?
Joshua: We come home sometimes at 3:00 and sometimes at 2:00.
Randall: Okay, well thank you very much Joshua.
Joshua: You’re welcome

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HIỂN THỊ PHẦN DỊCH TỪ GOOGLE
Randall: Hello. Hôm nay tôi đang phỏng vấn 

Joshua trên kinh nghiệm của mình để đi đến một trường học của Nhật Bản. Bây giờ, Giô-suê, mấy giờ bạn đi học?
Joshua: Tám O’clock.
Randall: Tám O’clock. Và để bạn đi một mình, hoặc trên xe buýt?
Joshua: Không, tôi có một nhóm mà đi với tôi.
Randall: Vì vậy, bạn đi với một nhóm? Joshua: Uh-huh.
Randall: Bây giờ những gì mọi thứ làm bạn mất đến trường?
Joshua: Tôi có Fuku taiso của tôi, đó là quần áo tập thể dục, và tôi lấy ba lô của tôi và cuốn sách của tôi [Oh, okay. ] Và các công cụ như thế.
Randall: Được rồi và điều đầu tiên bạn làm là gì khi bạn nhận được đến trường? Giô-suê: “. Kiritsu, rei” Chúng tôi làm Randall: “Kiritsu” và “. Rei” Bây giờ những người đang có những gì?
Joshua: Nó có nghĩa là “đứng lên, cúi đầu.”
Randall: Hãy đứng lên và cúi chào. Joshua: Uh-huh.
Randall: Và những gì bạn học ở trường không?
Joshua: Chúng tôi nghiên cứu kokugo, đó là viết và đọc sách và công cụ như thế [rồi], và Sansu, đó là toán học. [ Đuợc. ]. Và, để xem nào. . . , Chúng tôi tập thể dục quá.
Randall: Được rồi, và nơi nào bạn ăn trưa? Bạn đã có một phòng ăn trưa hoặc ăn?
Joshua: Không, chúng ta ăn trong lớp học của chúng tôi.
Randall: Bạn ăn trong lớp học của bạn! [Yeah. ]. Tuyệt vời. Điều đó rất thú vị. Bây giờ những gì thời gian để bạn đi từ trường về nhà?
Joshua: Chúng tôi đến nhà đôi khi lúc 3:00 và đôi lúc 2:00.
Randall: Được rồi, cũng cảm ơn bạn rất nhiều Joshua.
Joshua: Bạn đang chào đón

PHẦN 3: NGHE - ĐỌC THEO - PHÁT ÂM ĐỂ MÁY NHẬN DIỆN GIỌNG NÓI

LISTENING-READING FOR PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE- READING FOR SPEECH RECOGNITION

3A: Phần Nghe  và đọc theo:(LISTEN AND REPEAT)


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Đoạn 1.

Read:

Hello today I am interviewing Joshua on his experiences going to a Japanese school

Your result:


Đoạn 2.

Read:

Now Joshua, what time do you go to school?

Your result:


Đoạn 3.

Joshua: Eight O’clock.

Randall: Eight O’clock. And do you go by yourself, or on a school bus?

Read:

8 O'clock. 8 O'clock. And do you go by yourself, or on a school bus?

Your result:


 

Đoạn 4.

Joshua: No, I have a group that goes with me.

Randall: So you go with a group?

Joshua: Uh-huh.

Read:

No, I have a group that goes with me. So you go with a group? Uh-huh.

Your result:


 

Đoạn 5.

Joshua: No, we eat in our classroom.

Randall: You eat in your classroom! [ Yeah. ]. Oh wow. That is very interesting. Now what time do you come home from school?

Read:

No, we eat in our classroom.You eat in your classroom! Yeah.Oh wow. That is very interesting. Now what time do you come home from school?

Your result:


Đoạn 6.

Joshua: I take my thai shoes, that is gym clothes, and I take my backpack and my books [ Oh, okay. ] and stuff like that.

Read:

I take my thai shoes, that is gym clothes, and I take my backpack and my books. Oh, okay,and stuff like that.

Your result:


Đoạn 7

Randall: Okay and what is the first thing you do when you get to school?

Joshua: We do “Kid and ray.”

Randall: “Kid” and “ray.” Now what are those?

Read:

Okay and what is the first thing you do when you get to school? We do kid, ray. Kid and ray. Now what are those?

Your result:


 

Đoạn 8.

Joshua: It means “stand up, bow.”

Randall: Stand up and bow.

Joshua: Uh-huh.

Read:

It means stand up, bow. Stand up and bow. Uh-huh.

Your result:


 

Đoạn 9.

Randall: And what do you study at school?

Read:

And what do you study at school?

Your result:


Đoạn . 10

Joshua: We study kokugo, that is writing and reading and stuff like that [ Okay], and sansu, that’s math. [ Okay. ]. And, let’s see . . . , we do gym too.

Read:

We study kokugo, that is writing and reading and stuff like that Okay, and sansu, that's math. Okay.And, let's see we do gym too.

Your result:


 

Đoạn 11.

Randall: Okay, and where do you eat lunch? Do you have a lunchroom or cafeteria?

Read:

Okay, and where do you eat lunch? Do you have a lunchroom or cafeteria?

Your result:


 

Đoạn 12.

Joshua: No, we eat in our classroom.

Randall: You eat in your classroom! [ Yeah. ]. Oh wow. That is very interesting. Now what time do you come home from school?

Read:

No, we eat in our classroom.You eat in your classroom! Yeah.Oh wow. That is very interesting. Now what time do you come home from school?

Your result:


Đoạn 13.

Joshua: We come home sometimes at 3:00 and sometimes at 2:00.

Randall: Okay, well thank you very much Joshua.

Joshua: You’re welcome.

Read:

We come home sometimes at 3 and sometimes at 2 . Okay, well thank you very much Joshua. You're welcome.

Your result:


Total point:

 

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PHẦN 4: HỌC THUỘC VÀ GHI ÂM LẠI/MEMORIZING AND RECORDING

CẢM ƠN CÁC BẠN – PHẦN 4  ĐANG HOÀN THIỆN.

PHẦN 5: VIẾT BÀI - TRẢ LỜI CÂU HỎI

WRITING A PARAGRAPH BY ANSWERING THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS(YOU MIGHT COME UP WITH SOME EXTRA QUESTIONS) - HIT 'GỬI' TO SEND YOUR PARAGRAPH


Một số câu hỏi tham khảo

1. Describe your school(office) and your usual day?
2. How many hours u go to school(office) a week?
3. what do you study at school?
4. what do you do at your office?
5. What do you often bring?
6. who do you often go with?
7. How far is it from your house?
8. Do you have a friend who you feel closest to goes with you to school everyday?
9. Say something about him/her.

Bài tham khảo:

I’m a student so my daily routine mostly focus(FOCUSES)on my classes and studying. I live in(THE) dormitory  of our university and rarely go out of the campus. 

HIỂN THỊ THÊM
My day often starts at 5:45 am. I do the gym and stuff like that till 7:00 am.I have to attend the classes every afternoon from Monday to Friday so in the morning,I stay at my room, preparing and revising the lessons. At noon, I go to canteen for lunch. I often go with my(my–>A) group of friends and then we go to lecture hall(the hall/conference room) together at 12:45 pm. It only take (TAKES)us two minutes to walk from canteen to lecture hall. My sessions starts at 12:50 pm. My major is Japanese so we have to do something like Japanesein the class. The first thing is “aisatsu”,it is “greeting”. In the first 2 slots, we study “nihongo”,that is Japanese and “nihon go bunka”,that is Japanese culture. In the last slot(Period), we study market leader. Our session finish(finished) in 5:40 pm. In the evening, I sometimes practise Vovinam,that’s a martial art of Vietnam and sometimes study in the free room in our dormitory with my close friend,Trang. She is also my classmate,too. We often do many things with each others(tỏgether) such as study, chatting,going shopping,joining club,etc… Beside study(STUYDYNG), I also want to do many things else like reading books, browsing the internet or something like that but that such difficult language as Japenese takes me almost the time(takes almost all of my time). I go to bed at 12:30 am. I often play some vocabulary games before falling asleep. My day ends at 1 am

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