七年級生的英文作文

國一同學英文作文欣賞
Aaron Chu on Health and Fitness

我們七年級邱晨洋同學在這篇「健康與體適能」”Health & Fitness” 文章中,展現了他對論說文題熟練的駕馭能力。以七年級的他來說非常的不容易

晨洋在第一段將「健康」簡潔的定義出來,同時開始為接下來的二三段,如何答到體適能身心均衡,佈局他個人的建議提供。

Aaron針對達到健康的標準的各項作法做了說明與範例;個人與政府間,需要各司其職的來相輔相成達到縱效。

最後的結論呼應主題,做了個完整論述的收尾。全文沒有空洞華麗辭藻與片語,專注於主題的支撐論述來鋪陳,誠屬佳作,在此與大家分享。好樣的,Aaron!

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#暑假英文聽說讀寫素養班0

 

想一次學好寫作與口語表達能力?參加寒假「寫作+口語自我表達課程」就對了!

本課程運用過程教學法(Process Approach),把作文的起承轉合、與簡報的表達技巧,用心智圖把觀念解構與建構組織做巧妙的結合,傳授學生最有效陳述日常生活經驗、與表達各類主題意見的口語能力和寫作技巧。

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透過語言學家專業設計的溝通式練習,從寫作腦力激盪到實際簡報演說,課程設計活潑討喜。特別針對台灣學生對英文作文與口語簡報的恐懼、介紹一系列能忠實反應生活所需、但仍充滿挑戰性與課堂活動貼近的字彙文法,激發學生興趣與信心;以往只敢一對一會話的學生,也能走出教室,面對較多聽眾對於不同議題用英語作完整的意見陳述表達。

課程對象:CEFR A2 – B2的學生 (通過劍橋KET以上或全民英檢初級以上的同學)

時間:2017年二月二日到九日 每天的下午四點半到六點半

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英檢快報!近乎完美的閱讀與聽力成績!

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狂賀!恭喜本班國中二年級王以慬同學在本次全民英檢GEPT中級測試中,以幾近滿分的成績(聽力與閲讀各分別得到120分之117分), 優越的通過初試測驗!

「全民英語能力分級檢定測驗」105 年第三次中級聽力測驗平均 83 分,閱讀能力測驗平均 77分。

跟文豪莎士比亞學英文

在app應用程式氾濫的時代,若能細心從中間尋寶,一定會挖到令人驚喜的輔助英文學習工具。

適逢莎士比亞逝世四百周年,英國國家廣播公司BBC特別製作了二十集的廣播短劇、免費供聽眾透過iTune的Podcast下載,讓大家和大文豪莎翁直接學習其所創造、從古時候便流傳至今的英文表達方法;不論是短句或片語。若同學們能妥加運用,一定能增添語文使用上的興味。

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今天為大家介紹的是的第一集 Forever and a Day 好久好久

Meaning 片語的意思
The phrase forever and a day means the same as it did in Shakespeare’s day: something – either good or bad – will last indefinitely, or for a very, very long time.
這片語四百年來都意味著,不論在經歷到好事或壞事時,都感覺時間過得好慢好慢。

Example sentence 例句
Oh, look at that queue! We’ll be waiting forever and a day. Let’s come back tomorrow.
天呀! 看那排著長長的隊伍! 我們得等好久才輪的到。還是明天再來吧。

Note
British English speakers sometimes write forever as two words: for ever. 註: 英國人forever 會把它寫成for ever。

同學若有興趣, 請上BBC網站做進一步的學習:Will Shakespeare

http://www.bbc.co.uk/…/english/course/sha…/unit-1/session-15

或下載iTune:
http://www.apple.com/tw/itunes/download/

安裝後請從功能中選擇podcast 並訂閱 BBC Learning English Drama – BBC Radio之後,就可每天收到不同的課程自動寄送到你的iTune軟體中了!

歡迎大家能夠一起來分享學習使用心得呦!

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學生作文欣賞 – 曾伯雅同學的影評

Boyaa‘s Movie Review on ‘Big Hero Six’

Big Hero Six, an animated film released in 2014, has become another new box office hit after The Walt Disney Animation Studios released the blockbuster, ‘Frozen’ one year ago.

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The movie is about a teenage genius, Hiro Hamada, who finds his brother’s death wasn’t what most people considered an accident; something more horrible is hidden behind all those coincidences. With his new friends, and a robot called Baymax originally designed for healthcare by Hiro’s brother, they are going on an adventure to crack the case and beat the evil to save their hometown, San Fransokyo.

I think this is a great and touching movie for all ages. The plot is all good, and I especially love the smooth CGI motions and wonderful visual effects, all the qualities are great. But there’s a special point I’d like to mention — the beat-the-evil part. In fact, instead of saying “Let’s go save the city," it’s more like going on a revenge mission for Hiro’s dead brother to me at first. But the movie explained that: there’s a part where the nerds stopped Hiro from killing the villain, and Hiro was initially mad, but then realized what he was going to do was wrong. Like what British author Oscar Wilde once said, ’Hatred blinds people’. Hiro realized that he doesn’t only catch the villain just for the sake of revenge, it’s for the justice. Even if he really killed the bad guys, that wouldn’t make any difference. After all, it’s just an eye for an eye kind of revenge. Nothing can bring Tadashi alive again; Lots of time we are just like Hiro, doing stupid things because of our rage, but the result often doesn’t do us any good.

學員英文作文欣賞

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這幾週我們高中班正在練習寫傳記,這篇是由劉孟婷同學還有陳亞竺同學所共同完成的「查理卓别林 – 從貧名窟的一介貧童縱身成為喜劇代名詞的傳奇人生」。 (在此我必須說PEI的同學每位都是文采斐然, 英俊美麗又有型! 有照片為證!!!) 在此也要謝謝她們的老師 Mr. Daniel Bo and Ms. Lucy Gunn.

The Legendary Silent Film Career of Charlie Chaplin
How a poor little performer from London went from nobody to a genre icon
Have you ever heard of your grandparents talking about one film producer in the early 20th century, who gave them humorous surprises through his unique physical comedy? Without a doubt, it was Charlie Chaplin, the master of silent comedy movies.
He produced all together 82 movies during his lifetime, and 67 of them were finished before the age of 30. People may be curious about what made him the greatest silent movie producer, and this had to be traced back to his early age.

Charlie Chaplin was born on April 16, 1889. Although Chaplin believed he was born on East Street, Walworth, in South London, there was no official record of it. His father, Charles Chaplin and his mother Hannah Chaplin were both music hall entertainers. Chaplin’s childhood in London was defined by poverty and hardship.

At a very young age, Charlie was sent to a workhouse twice as his father was nowhere to be found, and his mother was struggling financially. During his time at schools, Chaplin began to perform on stage at the age of 14. Later, he abandoned education and supported himself with a wide range of jobs.

Chaplin soon joined Fred Karno’s famous comedy company with his brother, who was also pursuing an acting career. Initially, Karno considered Chaplin to be much too shy to do any good in the theatre. But the teenager made an impact on his first night in the London Coliseum, and he was quickly offered a contract. Chaplin began by playing a series of minor parts, eventually progressing to starring roles in 1909. In April 1910, he was given the lead in a new sketch comedy, Jimmy the Fearless. It was a big success, and Chaplin received considerable press attention.

The 1940s was a decade marked by endless controversy for the comedy master, and his popularity started to wane. He became involved in politic scene in his next movie, The Great Dictator (1940), in which he depicted the most notorious dictator of all time, Adolf Hitler. He was accused of being a communist sympathy, so the FBI started to investigate him, which made him expelled from the United States and settled in Switzerland. Maybe it was maybe a blessing in disguise, he started embark on a tour around the world for 5 years and met some of the luminaries like Pablo Picasso, Elizabeth II, Charles de Gaulle, Nikita Khrushchev, and other renown contemporary heavyweights along his path.

In the early morning of December 25, 1977, at the age of 88, Chaplin died at his home after suffering a stroke in his sleep, leaving his legendary career with endless mourning from fans all over the world in silence.