Any volunteers? Most students are silent in an English class. Be positive!

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Oct 2, 2015 17:27
Even during summer break, Japanese students go to cram school and study math and English but they can't speak English.
Why? There are some reasons.
In Japan, when a teacher starts a class in a classroom in elementary school, every student stands up and bows to show respect to the teacher.
The student on duty today lead the process with the following instructions.

1. Stand up!
2. Attention!
3. Bow!
4. Sit down!

Even in their English classes, they follow the routin in Japanese every time.
I think they should change the routin from Japanese to English.
After that, a native English teacher starts, "How are you?" in English.
They're not English mood from the beggining.
I sometimes want to shout to the students, "Hey guys, what's up?"
The reason is that they only know one phrase, "How are you?"


夏休みでさえ、日本の子供たちは塾へ行き、算数や英語を勉強するが、英語がしゃべれない。
なぜ? 理由はいくつかある。
日本の小学校では、先生が授業を始めるときに、生徒たちは立ってお辞儀をして先生に敬意をはらう。
その日の日直がこのきまりを進めていく。
起立!
気をつけ!
礼!
着席!
英語の授業でさえ、毎回これをやる。
これをさ、日本語じゃなくて英語に変えたらどうよ。
そのあとにネイティブの先生がHow are you? と英語で始める。
生徒たちも最初から英語モードになってないよね。
私は時々、Hey guys, what's up? って彼らに叫びたくなっちゃうのよね。
だって彼らはHow are you? しか知らないから。



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