EY! for Teens Year 1 Lesson 28 Quizlet
このクイズレットフラッシュカードを使用して、レッスン前の次のレッスンで必要な単語を学習してください。 Flashcardsモードを使用して単語を勉強し、自分で試合モードを使用して覚えていることを確認してください。 モードを切り替えるには、クイズレットの右下にある「学習モードを選択」をクリックします。
Please use this Quizlet Flashcard set to try to learn the words that you’ll need during your next lesson before the lesson. Use the Flashcards mode to study the words then test yourself to see what you remember using the Match mode. To change between modes, click on "Choose a Study Mode" in the bottom right of the Quizlet.
EY! for Teens Year 1 Lesson 28: Smartphones
Please prepare for your next lesson by writing down your answers to the questions below. Please use the same notebook every time to make it easier for you to review in the future.
- Do you have a smartphone? If so, what kind of smartphone do you have? If not, what kind of smartphone would you like to have?
- At what age do you think parents should allow their children to have their own smartphone? Why do you think so?
- Name one application you can download for a smartphone. What does the application do? Is it a paid app or is it free of charge? Have you ever used this app?
- Name one thing people use their smartphones for besides making phone calls and sending text messages.
- What do you think about wearing your smartphone on your wrist, like the Apple Watch? Is this a good idea or a bad idea? Why?
- How do you think smartphones will be different in ten years? Describe what you think future smartphones will look like.
If there is time, ask your teacher Question 3 and Question 6.
Model Answers: Let’s Ask Hana
- No, I don’t. I have an LG 450, an old style flip phone. I’d like to get an LG V30S. It’s an Android smartphone.
- I think kids should get their own smartphones once they start at junior high school. It’s important to have a phone for safety reasons. Smartphones are also very useful for doing school assignments.
- There is an app for the iPhone that lets you measure your heart rate. I don’t remember what it’s called. It’s about ¥500. I have used it. It’s amazing!
- These days, most people use their smartphones to wake up in the morning. People used to have to use alarm clocks.
- I think the Apple Watch looks convenient. I’m not sure how easy it is to use though. It must have a very small screen.
- I think very soon people won’t need to touch their smartphones. Voice commands will be standard. We’ll be able to swipe, zoom and pinch, and control apps just by gesturing.