2018年1月28日日曜日

Blog Check

Word count from September:
September: 176
October: 1,289
Novembe: 953
December: 944
Janualy: 1,851
Total:5213


Number of book reviews: 18
Number of podcast episodes: 4
Number of podcast scripts: 4
Number of Juppun ha Juubun posts: 12
(Number of Gofun ha Juubun: 3)
Number of Typing Homework posts: 15
Number of posts this semester: 58
Number of posts in
September/October: 15
November: 10
December: 11
Janualy: 22
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2018年1月27日土曜日

Reference list

Broadbridge, James. (2004). The Lost Cup. Florida and Tokyo: Atama-ii Books.
Ito, Lesley. (2014). Backstage Pass. Atama-ii Books.
Findley, Violet. (2016). The three billy goats gruff. New York, NY: Scholastic.
MacKay, Sindy. (1997). The Frog Prince. United States.
Graf, Mike. (2007). Mudslide. Nelson Australia.
Mitchell, Julie. (2007). Venus Bay. Nelson Australia.
Hunt, R. (2007). The Riddle Stone
Reilly, Carmel. (2007).The Graveyard Shift. Australia.    
Bell, Chris. (2007). Trapped. Australia.
Gabolins, Jack. (2008). Danny's Dream. Australia.  
Hunt, Roderick.  (2007). Ship in Trouble.  Oxford University Press.
Davidson, Susanna. (2007). The Emperor's New Clothes. Usborne Publishing.
Tolstoy, Alexei. (2006). The enormous turnip. Usborne Publishing.
Gordon, Carl. (2007). The wish fish. Usborne publishing.    
Mackinnon, Mairi. (2007). The Fox and the Stork. Usborne Publishing.
Sims, Lesley. (2007). The three little pigs. Usborne Publishing.
Boon, Andy. (2015). Brainstorm. Tokyo: Atama-ii Books.
Boon, Andy. (2014). Zombies in Tokyo. Florida and Tokyo: Atama-ii Books.
Gabolinscy, Jack. (2008). Not again. Australia.
Reilly, Carmel. (2007). Saying Goodbye. Australia.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). Noah's Ark Adventure. Oxford Reading Tree.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). House of sale. Oxford Reading Tree.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). The New Baby. Oxford Reading Tree.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). The magic key. Oxford reading tree.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). A new classroom. Oxford Reading Tree.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). Kipper's Birthday. Oxford Reading Tree.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). The Wedding. Oxford Reading Tree.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). The Barbecue. Oxford Tree.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). Shopping. Oxford Tree Reading.
Selwyn, Josephine. (2004). The Zoo Trip. Macmillan Education.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). The pet shop. Oxford Reading Tree.
Hunt, Roderick. (2003). Making Faces. Oxford Reading Tree.
Kramer, Nash. (2003). How to be healthy. Oxford university press.
Francis, Bill. (2004). June's New Car. Macmillan Education.

June's New Car

"I need a new car," said June. "This car is too little." So June, and Dad, and Luke went to get a new car. (p.1)

Jun’s family went to the car shop to buy new car. They watched a lot of cars, but there were lots of little car in there. In the end, they could watch big car and they buy one. Last year, I got a driver’s license. However, I don’t have my car and I using my mother’s car now. I want to buy a new car and my car. My mother’s car is new car. This car of fuel consumption is very good and can drive easy. I like this car, but I don’t like color. This car of color is red and black. I like another color. (107 words)

Francis, Bill. (2004). June's New Car. Macmillan Education.


How to be healthy

I am healthy. I do lots of things to stay healthy. This is what I do. (p.2)

She does a lot of things to stay healthy. She runs, eat breakfast and a lot of fruits and vegetables, drink water and get lots of sleep. I was surprised, because she is still elementary school student. She is so health. I don’t like run long way, so I don’t want to run. I like fruits and vegetables, but I eat them every day. Recently, the vegetables are so expensive, so I couldn’t buy lots of vegetables. I don’t often drink water, but I often drink tea. I sometimes get lots of sleep, but I sleep late at yesterday. I don’t healthy, so I will be careful. (107 words)     



Kramer, Nash. (2003). How to be healthy. Oxford university press.

Making Faces

Dad was fierce. (p.1)

 They were playing at a game of charades. They did various face. I did this game when I was child. It looks so easy, but it is difficult. I think it is important to do various expressions. Especially, it is important to be smile. Smile has a big power. Smiling people looks so happy and a lot of people gather at smiling people. One day, I was said to my mother that you look scary now. I was shock and I don’t forget to be smile and I often became to be smile. That day, my friend said, “You always laughing and it is so good.” I was so glad. (110 words)  


Hunt, Roderick. (2003). Making Faces. Oxford Reading Tree.

The pet shop

Everyone wanted a pet. (p.1)
They went to the pet shop and watched a lot of animals. In the end, they wanted a goldfish. When I was junior high school student, I went to the pet shop with my brother. We wanted the pet. We decided to buy anything animal at usually of money, so we couldn’t buy expensive animal. In the end, we wanted a bird. Now, this bird is my pet. His name is “kewpie”. He has a yellow, red, green, black and orange feather. He is very careful and beautiful. He is so cute and I like him. I hope that he lives a long time. (105 words)


Hunt, Roderick. (2003). The pet shop. Oxford Reading Tree. 

The Zoo Trip

Jenny and Sally came to the zoo. Cary came to the zoo,too. (p.1)



They watched the lions, monkeys, rhinoceros and tiger. These animals are so strong and big. I went to New Zealand last year and I went to the zoo then. I went to a foreign country of zoo for the first time. This zoo was so large, so I lost the way. I watched the tigers for the first time. I was so surprised. The tigers looked very strong. The tigers ate a lot of meats. Also, there were many strange animals in there. I enjoyed. However, I don’t often go the zoo, so I have gone to there at twice. I want to go again. (105 words)


Selwyn, Josephine. (2004). The Zoo Trip. Mucmillan Education.