About this course
The power of your imagination is unlimited. With your ability to visualize possibilities that go beyond the constraints of the present, you possess the capacity to challenge and reshape the limitations of reality.
Your imagination fuels scientific discoveries, inspiring you to envision groundbreaking technologies before they even come into existence. It drives you as an artist to create magnificent works that stir emotions and transcend societal norms.
From game-changing art and literature to innovative learning methodologies, your imagination acts as a catalyst for a new, forever evolving ‘you’.
“Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality.”( Lewis Carroll)
#01 Japanese history. In English! Part 1
#02 Japanese history. In English! Part 2 (Delve Deeper and Wider)
#03 Interactive video to train your English comprehension and vocabulary
#04 How to use folktales #What to say when you hear good or bad news
#05 Learn English with 5 Fables and Myths
#06 A training Exercise that combines content comprehension and speaking.**
#07 Learn English with Philip K. Dick
#08 Enjoy the beauty and splendor of the expression of words by giving out 8 voices
#09 Vocabulary enrichment instruction.
#10 Pronunciation Focus: Contrasting Word Stress - Intonation, Listening
#11 Read, answer and predict questions
#12 Question intonation practice
#13 Creative Visualization of Grammar Concepts
#14 If you need a laugh, this is it.
#01 日本史。 英語で！
#02 日本史。 英語で！Part #2 より深く
#03 インタラクティブ動画で英語の理解力 とボキャブラリー強化のトレーニング
#04 民話を活用する方法 #良い知らせ、悪い知らせを聞いた時に言うべきこと
90-Day Challenge Module #05
DAY#057－ For Beginners.....Japanese history. In English! Part #1 ーLearn English through autonomous self-study activities Learn other subjects through English. (or vice versa!) It's a very efficient method.
DAY#058 Japanese History in English: Part #2 － some historical facts and figures on Japanese history that every 12 year old should know ——Not necessarily in English but hey! Why not!!
DAY#059 ＠@Dance the Apocalyptic Tango- #Noone is Coming to Help You-Is the Apocalypse imminent? Upon us already ? Or Do You Not Believe it at All? ie You're not a doom monger
DAY#060 ACTIVITY#1: WAPI
#How to bring a folktale alive # What to say upon hearing Good News. Bad News
Asking and answering Questions about a folktale
Intensive Listening and repeating
1) talk about nationality
2) Form adverbs from Adjectives
Robotics, Past tense practice rhyming words
Finding similarities in words
Practising Yes or No Questions
Practice giving short answer responses with correct pronoun and auxiliary verb (to be or did).
DAY#061 #A Gathering of the Tribe: Part #1ーEnglish thru Sensible, Truthful Political Debate: At the time of writing (2021/12/16) there is a very real fear of totalitarianism taking over the planet, especially in western countries. The people of the USA, NZ, Canada, Australia- and a few others- are at war against their corrupt governments.
DAY#062 #A Gathering of the Tribe: Various Exercises to organically deepen grammatical awareness, enrich vocabulary and develop fluency. You MUST watch the video in Part 1A first
Skill: Extended reading
DAY#063@R&R aka Recreational Reading
(Another way of relaxing)
Take this opportunity to listen to the first couple of minutes of a novel by Philip K Dick. One of the greatest SF writers of all time. Wonderfully narrated, this is a prophetic book.
A link to the full audio book and a rough Google translation is supplied below; broken down into easy chunks.
DAY#064 #A Gathering of the Tribe: Part #2A － More Learning English via Allegories and Myths …This time, delve deeper and check your understanding/comprehension
DAY#065#A Gathering of the Tribe: Part 2B: Various Exercises to organically deepen grammatical awareness, enrich vocabulary and develop fluency. You MUST watch the video in Part 1A first.
Skill: Extended reading
DAY#066@PRONFOC Pronunciation Focus @CSI aka Contrastive Stress and Intonation Part #1: Listening & Understanding:
DAY#067 #BIGPHARMA Get the latest news* on how power operates in Australia. How does your country stack up against the land Down Under? Are governments around the world a joke? What do you think? Do you think that political corruption is an issue in the world.
Read/Answer Guess Question
Topic: Politics-BigPharma Part #2
Grammar Focus: Forming ‘Wh’ Qs
Pronunciation: ‘Wh’ Question Intonation
DAY#069!!! TOEIC エラーテラーを飼いならして、どんなテストの恐怖も取り除いてください!!
TAME THE TOEIC error terror and remove fear of any test!!
creative visualization practice for exam success: use creative visualization to make any English exam-from IELTS to TOEIC- a walk (or bicycle ride!) in the park
#CREVIZ AKA: creative visualization of grammatical concepts
whether you love or hate TOEIC it remains, unquestionably, a reasonably accurate determination of your level in various skill sets. if you plan to work in an american company, you need a decent score in TOEIC. here, practice four types of exercise.
*mini practice #11 is modified from the Longman Preparation Series For The TOEIC Test: Introductory Course
DAY#070@TOPCOM aka Topical Comedy
Whenever I feel a tinge of the Apocalyptic Blues coming on, a lowering of psychic defenses, an increase in the sense of vulnerability, a few minutes watching Jim Breuer always resets the heart, centers the mind/spirit/ body and restores the psychic balance with a realigning of the chakras. Need a laugh? Here is where you get it.