Lesson 31: MemoryEY! for Teens
EY! for Teens Year 2 Lesson 31 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 2 Lesson 31: Memory
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 good memory or a bad memory? Explain why you think so.
- Who do you know that has a really good memory? Tell the class about them.
- Tell the class about a time you forgot something.
- Tell the class about something you would like to forget.
- What is something you think you will never forget? This can be something good or something bad.
- Would you like to have a perfect memory? Why or why not? How do you think having a perfect memory would change your life?
If there is time, ask your teacher Question 1 and Question 6.
Model Answers: Let’s Ask Riku
- I think that I have a pretty good short term memory. I can remember things that happened today and yesterday but it’s hard for me to remember things that happened years ago
- My great-grandfather. He’s 95 years old. He can recall things from his childhood,and tell me stories in great detail. Maybe he has such a good memory because he wasn’t distracted by computers, cellphones and TV.
- There have been many times I have gone to the convenience store and forgotten why I went there. I usually have to walk around the store until I finally remember what I need.
- When I was five, my family and I saw a bad car crash. I remember passing the accident and seeing bodies outside of the car. I can still remember it like it was yesterday.
- I don’t think I will ever forget the time I went to Hiroshima on a class trip. It was a very moving and memorable experience.
- I think that it would be both good and bad. It would be nice for studying Kanji but maybe there would be too much information in my brain. If I experienced something bad, I wouldn’t be able to forget it!
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