2018年1月27日土曜日

My 2nd blog check

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Word count from September: 8204 words
Number of book revies: 38
Number of podcast episodes: 5
Number of podcast script: 5
Number of Juppun ha Juubun posts: 24 exculed (Gofun ha Juubun: 4)
Number of Typing Homeworks posts: 30
Number of posts this semester: 79
Number of posts in... September/October: 34
                                   November: 12
                                   December: 20
                                   January: 13
Do you have at least 10 posts every month? (September/October; November; December; January)?: Yes
Comments section in sidebar: Yes
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My errors

Here is link for my errors. 


I have many mistakes with grammars.
Especially, I often have mistakes with preposition!
Thus, I will do my best to reduce them for the classses. Of courtse, for Writing test too! ;-)

2018年1月23日火曜日

Reference list

My reference is here!

REFERENCES

Banks, G. (2004). The Blank Sheet of Paper. Australia: Springboard.
Boon, A. (2014). Zombies in Tokyo. Florida, Tokyo: Atama-ii Books.
Broadbridge, J. (2014). The Lost Cup. Tokyo: Atama-ii Books.
Carson, J. (2000). The Mighty Little Lion Hunter. San Anselmo, CA: Treasure Bay.
Castor, H. (2009). THE DINOSAURS NEXT DOOR. London: Usborne Publishing.
Davidson, S. (2008). Clever Rabbit and the Wolves. London:  Usborne Publishing.
Daynes, K. (2008). The Ant and the Grasshopper. London: Usborne Publishing.
Everett, L. (2009). The Fairground Ghost. London:  Usborne Publishing.
Frith, A. (2008). King Midas and the Gold. England, London: Usborne Publishing.
Kannenberg, T. (2014). The North Fence. Tokyo: Atama-ii Books.
Hunt, R. (2011). A Fright in the Night. Oxford University Press.
Hunt, R. (2003). Egyptian Adventure. Oxford University Press.
Hunt, R. (2003). Nobody Got Wet. China: Oxford Reading Tree.
Hunt, R (2009). The Elves and the Shoemaker. London:  Usborne Publishing.
Mackinnon, M. (2007). The Fox and the Crow. London: Usborne Publishing.
Mackinnon, M. (2007). The Fox and the Stork. London: Usborne Publishing.
Mackinnon, M. (2007). The Sun and the Wind. London: Usborne Publishing.
Mackinnon, M. (2008). The Lion and the Mouse. London: Usborne Publishing.
Odiam, K. (2004). Joe's letter. Australia: Springboard.
Punter, R. (2007). The dinosaur Who Lost His ROAR. London, England: Usborne Publishing.
Punten. (2008). The Chilly Little Penguin. London: Usborne Publishing.
Punter, R. (2008). The Old Woman who lived in a Shoe. London: Usborne Publishing.
Punter, R . (2009). There Was A Crooked Man. London: Usborne Publishing.
Raine, P. (2014). Journey to Mars. Florida, Tokyo: Atama-ii Books.
Schade, S, Buller, J. (1995). TOAD EATS OUT. USA: Step into Reading.
Sims, L. (2007). How Elephants lost their wings. London: Usborne Publishing.
Sims, L. (2007). The Dragon and the Phoenix. London: Usborne Publishing.
Sims, L. (2007). The Wish Fish. London: Usborne Publishing.
Sims, L. (2009). How Zebras Got Their Stripes. London: Usborne Publishing.
Sims, L. (2009). King Donkey Ears. London: Usborne Publishing.
Sims, L. (2009). Stone Soup. London: Usborne Publishing.
Smith, B. (2004). Giraffe Goes Skating. Australia: Springboard.
Smith, B. (2004). The Blank Sheet of Paper. Australia: Springboard.
Stowell, L. (2008). Brer Rabbit and the Blackberry Bush. England, London: Usborne Publishing.
Stowell, L. (2009). Brer Rabbit Down the Well. England, London: Usborne Publishing.
Stowell, L. (2009). The Baobab Tree. London: Usborne Publishing.
Findley, V. (2006). The Little Red Hen. New York: SCHOLASTIC.
Ziefert, H. (1991). Harry Gets Ready for School. USA: Puffin Books.


2018年1月20日土曜日

So far Juppun ha Juubun update


So far my erros

I checked the corrections on my blog. Recently, I have many mistakes with grammars, so I will do my best to reduce them for the classses. Of courtse, for Writing test too! ;-)

BR2-18: Brer Rabbit and the Blackberry Bush

"Twang! went the trap. Brer Rabbit wriggled..." (p. 6)

brer rabbit and the blackberry bush に対する画像結果Today, I read a picture book! It was the story about Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox and a pickly blackberry bush. They were enemies each other. One day, the fox set a trap to get the rabbit. The rabbit was rapped. However, the rabbit looked fun. "Hurray!" the rabbit said. Why was the rabbit happy? In fact, the rabbit a clever idea to run away. What did the rabbit do? Please use your brain. At the end, I thought that rabbits are more clever of all animals after all. On the other hand, foxes are a little careless, maybe. The story was interesting for me! Please check it out. (116 words)
Stowell, L. (2008). Brer Rabbit and the Blackberry Bush. England, London: Usborne First Reading.




2018年1月19日金曜日

BR2-17: Brer Rabbit Down the Well


I learned one thing from this book. It is that rabbits might be more clever than of all animals. 

"The bucket fell,,, and fell." (p. 8)
brer rabbit down the well に対する画像結果It is a story about Ber Rabbit, Bred Fox and a deep dark well. One day, Brear Fox was chasing Brer Rabbit. The fox wanted to eat up the rabbit. The rabbit found a deep dark well to hide. When he jumped into the bucket, it began to fall. It fell and fell. Then the rabbit thought that how would he get out. Finally, the fox found the fox. "You can't hide from me" the fox said. What did the rabbit do to deal with  the ploblem. Please check the end yourself! (117 words)

Stowell, L. (2009). Brer Rabbit Down the Well. England, London: Usborne First Reading.