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Monday, June 22, 2015



Wednesday, May 20, 2015




00:00  Calendar Phrase:
You gave a great speech.
Girl 1.  I feel bad. I didn't do very well on my speech.
Girl 2.  What?! I thought you were great!
You gave a great speech.
Girl 1.  But I was so nervous.
Girl 2.  That's OK. You didn't look nervous.
You gave a great speech.
Girl 1.  But I forgot part of it.
Girl 2.  Well, you said the important parts.
You did a good job.
Girl 1.  Really?
Girl 2.  Yes. You gave a great speech. Let's celebrate!

Friday, May 15, 2015



00:00  How To
00:15  How To
                   tell someone they did a good job on their speech.
01:07  - That was a great speech!
01:15  - Good job with your speech.
01:25  - You spoke very well.

Thursday, May 14, 2015


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Max  - We're ready, Sara. You can begin your speech now.
Sara  - But Betty isn't here yet.
Renee - She'll be here soon.
Simon  - I have an idea. Give your speech now.
Then give it again when she comes.
Sara  - OK. Thank you all for coming to listen to me.
Renee - Sure! We're happy to listen.
Sara  - After my speech, please give me some advice.
Max  - We will!

00:37  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - Good afternoon, ladies and gentleman.
Tell me. Do you like bicycles?
Simon  - Yes!
Sara  - Then maybe you can answer my question.
Why can't bicycles stand up without help?
Max  - Good question.
Sara  - Because they are too tired!
Renee  -  I don't get it.
Simon  - Too tired! Bicycles have two tires!
That's funny.
Max  - But not that funny.
No one laughed but Simon.
Sara  - Hmmm, Maybe I need a different joke.

01:36  Small Town.  Part 3.
Betty  - Hi, everyone! Sorry I'm late.
I brought a new friend with me.
Max   -  Welcome.
Roger  -  Thank you.
Betty  -  He's visiting our town.
Renee  -  You look just like Roger  Yang, the famous singer.
Betty  - He is Roger Yang, the famous singer!
Roger  -  Nice to meet you, everyone!
Sara  - What are you doing in Small Town?
Roger  -  I'm going to be a judge for the speech contest tomorrow.

00:00  Hello, everyone.
00:25  Keywords:
00:28  - advice (n)
I need some advice. Should I look for a new job or not?
00:40  - lady (n)
At the party, the ladies wore beautiful clothes.
00:51  - gentleman (n)
That gentleman is very polite.
01:00  - famous (adj)
Everyone knows James. He's famous.
01:11  - judge (n)
Who is going to win? The judges will decide.
01:19  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - advice (n)
  - lady (n)
  - gentleman (n)
  - famous (adj)
  - judge (n)
01:48  The mission of the day is:
What is Simon's idea?
02:30  Small Town.  Part 1.
Max  - We're ready, Sara. You can begin your speech now.
Sara  - But Betty isn't here yet.
Renee - She'll be here soon.
Simon  - I have an idea. Give your speech now.
Then give it again when she comes.
Sara  - OK. Thank you all for coming to listen to me.
Renee - Sure! We're happy to listen.
Sara  - After my speech, please give me some advice.
Max  - We will!
02:58  Study the keyword:
03:08  - advice (n)
04:07  The answer to today's mission is:
Sara should give her speech now and then give it again when Betty comes.
04:50  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - Good afternoon, ladies and gentleman.
Tell me. Do you like bicycles?
Simon  - Yes!
Sara  - Then maybe you can answer my question.
Why can't bicycles stand up without help?
Max  - Good question.
Sara  - Because they are too tired!
Renee  -  I don't get it.
Simon  - Too tired! Bicycles have two tires!
That's funny.
Max  - But not that funny.
No one laughed but Simon.
Sara  - Hmmm, Maybe I need a different joke.
05:48  Study the keywords:
06:33  - lady (n)
07:20  - gentleman (n)
08:03  Small Town.  Part 3.
Betty  - Hi, everyone! Sorry I'm late.
I brought a new friend with me.
Max   -  Welcome.
Roger  -  Thank you.
Betty  -  He's visiting our town.
Renee  -  You look just like Roger  Yang, the famous singer.
Betty  - He is Roger Yang, the famous singer!
Roger  -  Nice to meet you, everyone!
Sara  - What are you doing in Small Town?
Roger  -  I'm going to be a judge for the speech contest tomorrow.
08:50  Study the keywords:
09:15  - famous (adj)
10:13  - judge (n)
10:40  How To
10:51  How To
                   tell someone they did a good job on their speech.
11:44  - That was a great speech!
11:51  - Good job with your speech.
12:00  - You spoke very well.
12:31  Conversation Replay:
14:49  Calendar Phrase:
You gave a great speech.
Girl 1.  I feel bad. I didn't do very well on my speech.
Girl 2.  What?! I thought you were great!
You gave a great speech.
Girl 1.  But I was so nervous.
Girl 2.  That's OK. You didn't look nervous.
You gave a great speech.
Girl 1.  But I forgot part of it.
Girl 2.  Well, you said the important parts.
You did a good job.
Girl 1.  Really?
Girl 2.  Yes. You gave a great speech. Let's celebrate!
16:35  Question of the day:
Do you tell jokes? Why? or Why not?

Tuesday, May 12, 2015



00:00  Calendar Phrase:
Can you sing?
Boy 1.  I like music. I can sing.
Boy 2.  Really?  Can you sing?
Boy 1.  Of course!
Can you sing, Jan?
Girl.  Yes. John, can you sing?
Boy 1.  No, I can't.
Girl.  Oh, come on. Sing with us.
Boy 1.  Oh, OK.
Boy 2.  See, you can sing!
16:17  Question of the day:

Sunday, May 10, 2015



00:00  Word Power
00:28  - speech
00:43  - notes
01:01  - practice
01:22  - mirror
01:39  - timer

Thursday, May 7, 2015


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Max  - Sara, what are you doing?
Sara  - Oh, hi, Max!
Olga  -  She's practicing.
Max  - What are you practicing, Sara?
Sara  - I'm practicing my speech.
Max  - Your speech?
Are you giving a speech?
Sara  - Yes. I'm in a speech contest.
Max  - Really! What is your speech about?
Olga  - Listen and find out!
Max  - OK!

00:38  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - So what do you think?
Max  - Your speech is good.
Sara  - Really?
Max  - Yes. But -
Sara  - But what?
Max  - you are too serious. Smile!
Tell a joke.
Sara  - A joke? I don't know...
Max  - How long is your speech?
Olga  - Four minutes and 20 seconds.
Max  - How long can your speech be?
Sara  - Five minutes.
Max  - Then you can tell a joke!

01:11  Small Town.  Part 3.
Olga  - Record your speech, too.
Then you can listen to it and make it better.
Sara  - OK.
Max  - And practice your speech at The Diner.
More people can hear it.
Sara  - Great idea!
Olga  - When is the contest?
Sara  - It is next week.
I can practice a lot before then.
Max  - You can.
Everyone can hear your speech -
again and again and again and...


Monday, May 4, 2015

00:00  Hello, friends.
00:30  Keywords:
00:44  - speech (n)
Helen knows a lot about dogs. She gives speeches about them.
00:56  - smile (v)
Laura is really happy. She smiles at everyone.
01:06  - joke (n)
Nate tells lots of jokes. Everyone laughs.
01:18  - record (v)
Recvord that song. Then we can hear it again.
01:27  Let's say the keywords together again:
-  speech (n)
-  smile (v)
-  joke (n)
-  record (v)
01:47  The mission of the day is:
What is Sara doing?
02:28  Small Town.  Part 1.
Max  - Sara, what are you doing?
Sara  - Oh, hi, Max!
Olga  -  She's practicing.
Max  - What are you practicing, Sara?
Sara  - I'm practicing my speech.
Max  - Your speech?
Are you giving a speech?
Sara  - Yes. I'm in a speech contest.
Max  - Really! What is your speech about?
Olga  - Listen and find out!
Max  - OK!
02:58  The answer to today's mission is:
Sara is practicing her speech.
03:44  Study the keyword:
03:48  - speech (n)
05:28  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - So what do you think?
Max  - Your speech is good.
Sara  - Really?
Max  - Yes. But -
Sara  - But what?
Max  - you are too serious. Smile!
Tell a joke.
Sara  - A joke? I don't know...
Max  - How long is your speech?
Olga  - Four minutes and 20 seconds.
Max  - How long can your speech be?
Sara  - Five minutes.
Max  - Then you can tell a joke!
06:00  Study the keywords:
06:14  - joke (n)
07:42  - smile (v)
08:22  Small Town.  Part 3.
Olga  - Record your speech, too.
Then you can listen to it and make it better.
Sara  - OK.
Max  - And practice your speech at The Diner.
More people can hear it.
Sara  - Great idea!
Olga  - When is the contest?
Sara  - It is next week.
I can practice a lot before then.
Max  - You can.
Everyone can hear your speech -
again and again and again and...
08:55  Study the keyword:
09:59  - record (v)
11:01  Word Power
11:26  - speech
11:41  - notes
11:59  - practice
12:20  - mirror
12:38  - timer
12:51  Conversation Replay:
14:32  Calendar Phrase:
Can you sing?
Boy 1.  I like music. I can sing.
Boy 2.  Really?  Can you sing?
Boy 1.  Of course!
Can you sing, Jan?
Girl.  Yes. John, can you sing?
Boy 1.  No, I can't.
Girl.  Oh, come on. Sing with us.
Boy 1.  Oh, OK.
Boy 2.  See, you can sing!
16:17  Question of the day:
Do you like contest? Why? or Why not?

Saturday, May 2, 2015



00:00   Word Power.
00:20  - camping
00:34  - tent
00:48  - flashlight
01:05  - snack
01:21  - bug spray
01:43  - sleeping bag
00:00  Small Town.
- Sara comes out of her house. She is carrying many things.
She has two big backpacks, a suitcase and a soccer ball.
Then Sara remembers her hat. It is still in her room.
She puts her things down and runs back into the house.
Renee comes by. Renee has something for Sara.
Renee  - Sara?
I have some snacks for you.
Sara  - Renee! Thanks!
I'm ready for camp.
Renee  - Today is your first day as a camp leader.
I'm excited for you.
Sara  - I'm excited, too!
I can play basketball with the kids.
Renee  - How fun!
Aren't you going to a day camp?
Sara  - Yes.
Renee  - Then why do you have so many things?
Sara  - Well, I need all these things.
Oh, Renee, I'm late for a leader's meeting.
Renee  - Oh, go! Wait.
Do you have everything?
Sara  - I think so.
I have my hat, soccer ball, snacks, games and money.
That is everything.
 Renee  - Do you have your basketball?
Sara  - Oh, no! I don't have that.
01:52  Small Town.
Simon  - Hello!
Renee  - Simon! You're back from camp! But you're early!
I expected you to come home tonight.
Simon  - I took an earlier bus back. I missed you.
Renee  - I missed you, too.
So how was camp? How were the kids?
Simon  - Camp was really fun. The kids were great.
I really enjoyed being a camp coach.
Renee  - What activities did you do with the kids?
Simon  - We played lots of sports.
Renee  - Of course! What else did you do?
Simon  - We climbed a ropes course and hiked.
We swam in the river, too.
But, honey, can we eat lunch and talk?
Renee  - Sure. You must be hungry.
Simon  - I am. At the camp.
I ate a lot of mystery meat in the cafeteria.
Renee  - Was it really that bad?
Simon  - No. We ate good food there.
On the last night, we cooked our dinner over a fire.
Renee  - Yum!  You like cooking outside.
Simon  - Yes. Real men cook outside.
Renee  - Well, Max cooks inside, and he cooks pretty well.
Simon  - Yeah. But Max can cook good food outside, too.
Renee  - I agree! Oh, let me get you some food.
03:25  Small Town.
Simon  - The camp was for kids, but I learned a lot, too.
Renee - What did you learn?
Simon  - I learned about friendship.
Max  - How did you learn about that?
Simon  - Well,
the kids were strangers at the start of the camp.
But they learned about each other
through the activities.
Max  - I see.
Simon  - They learned to trust each other.
Many of them  became friends.
Max  - Tell us about one of the activities.
Simon  - OK. The kids went on a nature hike.
They were in teams.
Max  - That's good.
No one had to walk alone.
Simon  - Right.
Their mission was to find
different plants in the woods.
Renee  - I did that before! It was fun.
Simon  - Yeah. I had a great time with the kids.
So I signed up to be a camp coach again next summer!
04:29  Small Town.
Max  - Hugh! My favorite salesman! Come in.
Hugh  - Thanks. How are you, Max?
Max  - I'm great. So what are you selling today?
Hugh  - I'm not selling anything.
Max  - Then why are you here?
Hugh  - I have a great opportunity for you.
Max  - You do?
Hugh  - Yes. Have you ever wanted to travel to
another country and learn about its culture?
But you didn't have the time or money?
Max  - Maybe.
Hugh  - What if that country and culture came to you?
Wouldn't that be great?
Max  - well, yeah.
Hugh  - you could learn about the country's customs
and food and -
Max  - Wait. What's going on here?
Hugh  - Olga! You can come in now.
Max, I'd like you to meet Olga, my cousin from Germany.
Olga  - Hello, Max. Thank you for  being my host.
I will be a perfect guest.
Max  - Host? Guest?
Hugh  - Uh...
I didn't ask him yet.
Olga  - Ooops, Sorry.
I always eat my foot.
Max  - Excuse me?
Hugh  - Olga, you mean "put your foot in your mouth."
Olga  - Oh. English is a funny language.
I must study more.
Hugh  - Olga was accepted to a study abroad program
in Chicago.
Max  - What is she doing here?
Hugh  - She came to visit me for a week.
But I don't have anywhere for her to stay!
06:54  Small Town.
Max  - Sara! You're home from camp early today.
Sara  - Yeah. The last day is short.
Max  - Sara...
Sara  - You should have seen the kids' talent show, Max!
They were so cute! This one kid -
Oh! Hi!
Hugh  - Hi, sara.
This is Olga, my cousin from Germany.
She's doing a study abroad program in Chicago.
Sara  - Oh! I'm thinking of doing a study abroad program in Italy!
Olga  - Really? That is wonderful!
Sara  - I can't decide if I should go or not.
Olga  - Go! If you have a chance to go overseas, you should go!
Sara  - Hmm, maybe you're right.
Olga  - Of course I'm right. I'm German!
That was a joke.
Sara  - Hey, Max, can Olga and Hugh stay for dinner?
Then Olga and I can talk more about study abroad programs!
Max  - Oh, uh, sure. I'll start cooking.
Hugh  - So what do you think, Max?
Can Olga stay here for a week?
Max  - I don't know, Hugh.
Hugh  - I know I'm asking a lot.
But my apartment is just too small.
Max  - Well, Olga seems like a nice girl.
And Sara seems to like her.
Hugh  - Max, if you let Olga stay here.
I will order your daily specials all week!
Max  - Really? OK! Olga can stay.

Monday, April 27, 2015

00:00  Hello, friends.
01:31  Conversation Replay:
01:40  Small Town.
- Sara comes out of her house. She is carrying many things.
She has two big backpacks, a suitcase and a soccer ball.
Then Sara remembers her hat. It is still in her room.
She puts her things down and runs back into the house.
Renee comes by. Renee has something for Sara.
Renee  - Sara?
I have some snacks for you.
Sara  - Renee! Thanks!
I'm ready for camp.
Renee  - Today is your first day as a camp leader.
I'm excited for you.
Sara  - I'm excited, too!
I can play basketball with the kids.
Renee  - How fun!
Aren't you going to a day camp?
Sara  - Yes.
Renee  - Then why do you have so many things?
Sara  - Well, I need all these things.
Oh, Renee, I'm late for a leader's meeting.
Renee  - Oh, go! Wait.
Do you have everything?
Sara  - I think so.
I have my hat, soccer ball, snacks, games and money.
That is everything.
 Renee  - Do you have your basketball?
Sara  - Oh, no! I don't have that.
03:21  Small Town.
Simon  - Hello!
Renee  - Simon! You're back from camp! But you're early!
I expected you to come home tonight.
Simon  - I took an earlier bus back. I missed you.
Renee  - I missed you, too.
So how was camp? How were the kids?
Simon  - Camp was really fun. The kids were great.
I really enjoyed being a camp coach.
Renee  - What activities did you do with the kids?
Simon  - We played lots of sports.
Renee  - Of course! What else did you do?
Simon  - We climbed a ropes course and hiked.
We swam in the river, too.
But, honey, can we eat lunch and talk?
Renee  - Sure. You must be hungry.
Simon  - I am. At the camp.
I ate a lot of mystery meat in the cafeteria.
Renee  - Was it really that bad?
Simon  - No. We ate good food there.
On the last night, we cooked our dinner over a fire.
Renee  - Yum!  You like cooking outside.
Simon  - Yes. Real men cook outside.
Renee  - Well, Max cooks inside, and he cooks pretty well.
Simon  - Yeah. But Max can cook good food outside, too.
Renee  - I agree! Oh, let me get you some food.
04:57  Small Town.
Simon  - The camp was for kids, but I learned a lot, too.
Renee - What did you learn?
Simon  - I learned about friendship.
Max  - How did you learn about that?
Simon  - Well,
the kids were strangers at the start of the camp.
But they learned about each other
through the activities.
Max  - I see.
Simon  - They learned to trust each other.
Many of them  became friends.
Max  - Tell us about one of the activities.
Simon  - OK. The kids went on a nature hike.
They were in teams.
Max  - That's good.
No one had to walk alone.
Simon  - Right.
Their mission was to find
different plants in the woods.
Renee  - I did that before! It was fun.
Simon  - Yeah. I had a great time with the kids.
So I signed up to be a camp coach again next summer!
06:00  Small Town.
Max  - Hugh! My favorite salesman! Come in.
Hugh  - Thanks. How are you, Max?
Max  - I'm great. So what are you selling today?
Hugh  - I'm not selling anything.
Max  - Then why are you here?
Hugh  - I have a great opportunity for you.
Max  - You do?
Hugh  - Yes. Have you ever wanted to travel to
another country and learn about its culture?
But you didn't have the time or money?
Max  - Maybe.
Hugh  - What if that country and culture came to you?
Wouldn't that be great?
Max  - well, yeah.
Hugh  - you could learn about the country's customs
and food and -
Max  - Wait. What's going on here?
Hugh  - Olga! You can come in now.
Max, I'd like you to meet Olga, my cousin from Germany.
Olga  - Hello, Max. Thank you for  being my host.
I will be a perfect guest.
Max  - Host? Guest?
Hugh  - Uh...
I didn't ask him yet.
Olga  - Ooops, Sorry.
I always eat my foot.
Max  - Excuse me?
Hugh  - Olga, you mean "put your foot in your mouth."
Olga  - Oh. English is a funny language.
I must study more.
Hugh  - Olga was accepted to a study abroad program
in Chicago.
Max  - What is she doing here?
Hugh  - She came to visit me for a week.
But I don't have anywhere for her to stay!
08:25  Small Town.
Max  - Sara! You're home from camp early today.
Sara  - Yeah. The last day is short.
Max  - Sara...
Sara  - You should have seen the kids' talent show, Max!
They were so cute! This one kid -
Oh! Hi!
Hugh  - Hi, sara.
This is Olga, my cousin from Germany.
She's doing a study abroad program in Chicago.
Sara  - Oh! I'm thinking of doing a study abroad program in Italy!
Olga  - Really? That is wonderful!
Sara  - I can't decide if I should go or not.
Olga  - Go! If you have a chance to go overseas, you should go!
Sara  - Hmm, maybe you're right.
Olga  - Of course I'm right. I'm German!
That was a joke.
Sara  - Hey, Max, can Olga and Hugh stay for dinner?
Then Olga and I can talk more about study abroad programs!
Max  - Oh, uh, sure. I'll start cooking.
Hugh  - So what do you think, Max?
Can Olga stay here for a week?
Max  - I don't know, Hugh.
Hugh  - I know I'm asking a lot.
But my apartment is just too small.
Max  - Well, Olga seems like a nice girl.
And Sara seems to like her.
Hugh  - Max, if you let Olga stay here.
I will order your daily specials all week!
Max  - Really? OK! Olga can stay.
10:40  Song Time
11:36  Making A Difference
13:18   Word Power.
14:48  - camping
15:02  - tent
15:16  - flashlight
15:33  - snack
15:50  - bug spray
16:11  - sleeping bag



00:00  Calendar Phrase:
How long will you be gone?
Girl 1.  Have a great trip, Marie.
Girl 2.  Thanks, Jan.
Girl 1.  How long will you be gone?
Girl 2.  I'll be gone for a few days.
Girl 1.  A few days? How many days is that?
How long will you be gone?
Girl 2.  I'll be gone for three days.
Girl 1.  Oh, so you'll be back on Monday?
How long will you be gone?
Girl 2.  Yes. I'll be back on Monday.
Girl 1.  OK! Great!See you then.

Saturday, April 25, 2015



00:00  Movie Minute:
00:19  Huting
00:49   inspire
00:55  woodcarving
01:05  wood workshop
01:26  carved
01:30  farming
01:35  community

00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Max  - Sara! You're home from camp early today.
Sara  - Yeah. The last day is short.
Max  - Sara...
Sara  - You should have seen the kids' talent show, Max!
They were so cute! This one kid -
Oh! Hi!
Hugh  - Hi, sara.
This is Olga, my cousin from Germany.
She's doing a study abroad program in Chicago.
Sara  - Oh! I'm thinking of doing a study abroad program in Italy!
Olga  - Really? That is wonderful!

00:56  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - I can't decide if I should go or not.
Olga  - Go! If you have a chance to go overseas, you should go!
Sara  - Hmm, maybe you're right.
Olga  - Of course I'm right. I'm German!
That was a joke.
Sara  - Hey, Max, can Olga and Hugh stay for dinner?
Then Olga and I can talk more about study abroad programs!
Max  - Oh, uh, sure. I'll start cooking.

01:41  Small Town.  Part 3.
Hugh  - So what do you think, Max?
Can Olga stay here for a week?
Max  - I don't know, Hugh.
Hugh  - I know I'm asking a lot.
But my apartment is just too small.
Max  - Well, Olga seems like a nice girl.
And Sara seems to like her.
Hugh  - Max, if you let Olga stay here.
I will order your daily specials all week!
Max  - Really? OK! Olga can stay.

Monday, April 20, 2015

00:00  Hello,friends.
00:39  Keywords:
00:42  - talent (n)
Barb can play the piano very well. She has a lot of talent.
00:54  - chance (n)
This is your chance. Go talk to that girl now!
01:05  - overseas (adv)
Tom has never been overseas. He has never left his own country.
01:17  - apartment (n)
Rebecca lives in a very nice apartment. You should go visit her.
01:31  - seem (v)
Kelly seems sad. Is something wrong with her?
01:41  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - talent (n)
  - chance (n)
  - overseas (adv)
  - apartment (n)
  - seem (v)
02:11  The mission of the day is:
Why is Sara home early today?
02:49  Small Town.  Part 1.
Max  - Sara! You're home from camp early today.
Sara  - Yeah. The last day is short.
Max  - Sara...
Sara  - You should have seen the kids' talent show, Max!
They were so cute! This one kid -
Oh! Hi!
Hugh  - Hi, sara.
This is Olga, my cousin from Germany.
She's doing a study abroad program in Chicago.
Sara  - Oh! I'm thinking of doing a study abroad program in Italy!
Olga  - Really? That is wonderful!
03:38  The answer to today's mission is:
Because it's the last day of camp and the last day is short.
04:24  Study the keyword:
04:47  - talent (n)
05:33  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - I can't decide if I should go or not.
Olga  - Go! If you have a chance to go overseas, you should go!
Sara  - Hmm, maybe you're right.
Olga  - Of course I'm right. I'm German!
That was a joke.
Sara  - Hey, Max, can Olga and Hugh stay for dinner?
Then Olga and I can talk more about study abroad programs!
Max  - Oh, uh, sure. I'll start cooking.
06:17  Study the keywords:
06:42  - chance (n)
07:32  - overseas (adv)
08:08  Small Town.  Part 3.
Hugh  - So what do you think, Max?
Can Olga stay here for a week?
Max  - I don't know, Hugh.
Hugh  - I know I'm asking a lot.
But my apartment is just too small.
Max  - Well, Olga seems like a nice girl.
And Sara seems to like her.
Hugh  - Max, if you let Olga stay here.
I will order your daily specials all week!
Max  - Really? OK! Olga can stay.
08:43  Study the keywords:
09:07  - apartment (n)
09:58  - seem (v)
10:19  Movie Minute:
10:34  Huting
11:04   inspire
11:10  woodcarving
11:20  wood workshop
11:42  carved
11:46  farming
11:51  community
12:14  Conversation Replay:
14:33  Calendar Phrase:
How long will you be gone?
Girl 1.  Have a great trip, Marie.
Girl 2.  Thanks, Jan.
Girl 1.  How long will you be gone?
Girl 2.  I'll be gone for a few days.
Girl 1.  A few days? How many days is that?
How long will you be gone?
Girl 2.  I'll be gone for three days.
Girl 1.  Oh, so you'll be back on Monday?
How long will you be gone?
Girl 2.  Yes. I'll be back on Monday.
Girl 1.  OK! Great!See you then.
16:15  Question of the day:
If you were Max would you let Olga stay in your house? Why? or Why not?

Saturday, April 18, 2015



00:00  Calendar Phrase:
How was camp?
Boy 1.  Hi, John. How was camp?
Boy 2.  It was great.
Boy 1.  Why? Tell me more. How was camp?
Boy 2.  Camp was fun. I saw a lot of old friends there.
Boy 1.  Sounds fun. What else? How was camp?
Boy 2.  Camp was exciting. We played a lot of sports.
Boy 1.  Wow I want to go to camp.
Boy 2.  Maybe you can go with me next time.
Boy 1.  OK!


00:00  Inspector E
00:22 But, I don't have anywhere for her to stay.
00:50  - stay (v)
          - live (v)

Thursday, April 16, 2015



00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Max  - Hugh! My favorite salesman! Come in.
Hugh  - Thanks. How are you, Max?
Max  - I'm great. So what are you selling today?
Hugh  - I'm not selling anything.
Max  - Then why are you here?
Hugh  - I have a great opportunity for you.
Max  - You do?
Hugh  - Yes. Have you ever wanted to travel to
another country and learn about its culture?
But you didn't have the time or money?
Max  - Maybe.

00:53  Small Town.  Part 2.
Hugh  - What if that country and culture came to you?
Wouldn't that be great?
Max  - well, yeah.
Hugh  - you could learn about the country's customs
and food and -
Max  - Wait. What's going on here?
Hugh  - Olga! You can come in now.
Max, I'd like you to meet Olga, my cousin from Germany.
Olga  - Hello, Max. Thank you for  being my host.
I will be a perfect guest.

01:34  Small Town.  Part 3.
Max  - Host? Guest?
Hugh  - Uh...
I didn't ask him yet.
Olga  - Ooops, Sorry.
I always eat my foot.
Max  - Excuse me?
Hugh  - Olga, you mean "put your foot in your mouth."
Olga  - Oh. English is a funny language.
I must study more.
Hugh  - Olga was accepted to a study abroad program
in Chicago.
Max  - What is she doing here?
Hugh  - She came to visit me for a week.
But I don't have anywhere for her to stay!

Monday, April 13, 2015

00:00  Hello, friends.
00:37  Keywords:
00:47  - culture (n)
Using chopsticks is part of Chinese culture.
00:59  - customer (n)
Take your shoes off inside people's homes. That is a custom in some countries.
01:13  - host (n)
We had the party at Steve's house. He was a great host.
01:25  - guest (n)
Alice was a great guest. We enjoyed having her at our house.
01:36  - accept (v)
Jack got accepted to a great school. He is very excited.
01:50  - anywhere (n)
The classroom is full. There isn't anywhere to sit.
01:59  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - culture (n)
  - customer (n)
  - host (n)
  - guest (n)
  - accept (v)
  - anywhere (n)
02:31  The mission of the day is:
What does Hugh have for Max?
02:50  Small Town.  Part 1.
Max  - Hugh! My favorite salesman! Come in.
Hugh  - Thanks. How are you, Max?
Max  - I'm great. So what are you selling today?
Hugh  - I'm not selling anything.
Max  - Then why are you here?
Hugh  - I have a great opportunity for you.
Max  - You do?
Hugh  - Yes. Have you ever wanted to travel to
another country and learn about its culture?
But you didn't have the time or money?
Max  - Maybe.
03:35  The answer to today's mission is:
Hugh has a great opportunity for Max.
04:41  Study the keyword:
04:45  - culture (n)
05:30  Small Town.  Part 2.
Hugh  - What if that country and culture came to you?
Wouldn't that be great?
Max  - well, yeah.
Hugh  - you could learn about the country's customs
and food and -
Max  - Wait. What's going on here?
Hugh  - Olga! You can come in now.
Max, I'd like you to meet Olga,
my cousin from Germany.
Olga  - Hello, Max. Thank you for  being my host.
I will be a perfect guest.
06:14  Study the keywords:
06:36  - guest (n)
07:29  - host (n)
07:56  - custom (n)
08:20  Small Town.  Part 3.
Max  - Host? Guest?
Hugh  - Uh...
I didn't ask him yet.
Olga  - Ooops, Sorry.
I always eat my foot.
Max  - Excuse me?
Hugh  - Olga, you mean "put your foot in your mouth."
Olga  - Oh. English is a funny language.
I must study more.
Hugh  - Olga was accepted to a study abroad program
in Chicago.
Max  - What is she doing here?
Hugh  - She came to visit me for a week.
But I don't have anywhere for her to stay!
09:19  Study the keywords:
09:52  - accept (v0
10:25  - anywhere (n)
10:50  Inspector E
11:09 But, I don't have anywhere for her to stay.
11:37  - stay (v)
          - live (v)
12:34  Conversation Replay:
15:03  Calendar Phrase:
How was camp?
Boy 1.  Hi, John. How was camp?
Boy 2.  It was great.
Boy 1.  Why? Tell me more. How was camp?
Boy 2.  Camp was fun. I saw a lot of old friends there.
Boy 1.  Sounds fun. What else? How was camp?
Boy 2.  Camp was exciting. We played a lot of sports.
Boy 1.  Wow I want to go to camp.
Boy 2.  Maybe you can go with me next time.
Boy 1.  OK!
16:39  Question of the day:
Do you like to have guests in your home? Why? or Why not? 


00:00  Calendar Phrase:
I'm going to camp.
Boy.  Hey, Dan. Guess what?
Boy 2.  What?
Boy 1. I'm going to camp!
Boy 2.  You are?
Boy 1.  Yes. I'm going to camp.
Boy 2.  When are you going?
Boy 1.  I'm going tomorrow. I'm excited. I'm going to camp.
Boy 2.  But, John, aren't you too old to go to camp?
Boy 1.  No. Anyone can go to camp!
I can't wait. I'm going to camp.

Thursday, April 9, 2015



00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Simon  - The camp was for kids, but I learned a lot, too.
Renee - What did you learn?
Simon  - I learned about friendship.
Max  - How did you learn about that?
Simon  - Well,
the kids were strangers at the start of the camp.
But they learned about each other
through the activities.
Max  - I see.
Simon  - They learned to trust each other.
Many of them  became friends.

00:36  Small Town.  Part 2.
Max  - Tell us about one of the activities.
Simon  - OK. The kids went on a nature hike.
They were in teams.
Max  - That's good.
No one had to walk alone.
Simon  - Right.
Their mission was to find
different plants in the woods.
Renee  - I did that before! It was fun.
Simon  - Yeah. I had a great time with the kids.
So I signed up to be a camp coach again next summer!

Monday, April 6, 2015

00:00  Hello, everyone.
00:27  Keywords:
00:32  - friendship (n)
Thank you for your frienship. You're a good friend.
00:43  - stranger (n)
Who is that stranger over there? No one knows him.
00:55  - nature (n)
Ashley likes to be in nature. She loves flowers and trees.
01:07  - alone (adj/adv)
Lisa has her family and friends with her. She isn't alone.
01:19  - woods (n pl)
There are a lot of tall trees in the woods.
01:29  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - friendship (n)
  - stranger (n)  
  - nature (n)  
  - alone (adj/adv)
  - woods (n pl)
01:58  The mission of the day is:
What did Simon learn at the camp?
02:31  Small Town.  Part 1.
Simon  - The camp was for kids, but I learned a lot, too.
Renee - What did you learn?
Simon  - I learned about friendship.
Max  - How did you learn about that?
Simon  - Well,
the kids were strangers at the start of the camp.
But they learned about each other
through the activities.
Max  - I see.
Simon  - They learned to trust each other.
Many of them  became friends.
03:00  The answer to today's mission is:
Simon learned about friendship.
03:45  Study the keywords:
03:46  - friendship (n)
04:50  - stranger (n)
05:27  Small Town.  Part 2.
Max  - Tell us about one of the activities.
Simon  - OK. The kids went on a nature hike.
They were in teams.
Max  - That's good.
No one had to walk alone.
Simon  - Right.
Their mission was to find
different plants in the woods.
Renee  - I did that before! It was fun.
Simon  - Yeah. I had a great time with the kids.
So I signed up to be a camp coach again next summer!
05:59  Study the keywords:
06:40  - nature (n)
07:27  - alone (adj/adv)
08:07  - woods (n pl)
08:23  Song Time
08:52  - man (n)
09:36  Making a Difference
10:58  - positive (adj)
11:23  - positive (adj)
          - negative (adj)
11:42  Making a Difference
          is what it's all about
11:50  - what it's all about.
12:42  Making a Difference
  You can make a difference if you try
We can make a difference you and I
She can make a difference here at school
He can make a difference man it's cool!
You can make a difference if you try
We can make a difference you and I
She can make a difference here at school
He can make a difference man it's cool!
Making a difference is what it's all about
Doing what you can do, helping someone out
Do what you said you'd do, and mean what you say
Showing your love to someone everyday
Making a difference is what it's all about
Doing what you can do, helping someone out
Do what you said you'd do, and mean what you say
Showing  God's  love to someone everyday
Making a difference is what it's all about
Doing what you can do, helping someone out
Do what you said you'd do, and mean what you say
Showing God's  love to someone everyday
Everyday!
14:24  Conversation Replay:
15:30  Calendar Phrase:
I'm going to camp.
Boy.  Hey, Dan. Guess what?
Boy 2.  What?
Boy 1. I'm going to camp!
Boy 2.  You are?
Boy 1.  Yes. I'm going to camp.
Boy 2.  When are you going?
Boy 1.  I'm going tomorrow. I'm excited. I'm going to camp.
Boy 2.  But, John, aren't you too old to go to camp?
Boy 1.  No. Anyone can go to camp!
I can't wait. I'm going to camp.
17:03  Question of the day:
What is your favorite thing to do outside? Why?

Saturday, April 4, 2015



00:00  Calendar Phrase
I'm back!
Boy.  Hi, Jan! I'm back!
Girl.  You're back! That's great.
Boy.  Thanks. I'm back.
Girl.  Good. How was your trip?
Boy.  It was great. But I'm tired.
I did a lot during my trip.
Girl.  Well, now you're back. So you can rest.
Boy.  Yes. I'm back!



00:00  How To
00:16  How To
                 talk about studying.
00:27  - Let's study together.
00:44  - Practice makes perfect.
            Let's study more.
01:03  - Review a little everyday.


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Simon  - Hello!
Renee  - Simon! You're back from camp! But you're early!
I expected you to come home tonight.
Simon  - I took an earlier bus back. I missed you.
Renee  - I missed you, too.
So how was camp? How were the kids?
Simon  - Camp was really fun. The kids were great.
I really enjoyed being a camp coach.
Renee  - What activities did you do with the kids?

00:46  Small Town.  Part 2.
Simon  - We played lots of sports.
Renee  - Of course! What else did you do?
Simon  - We climbed a ropes course and hiked.
We swam in the river, too.
But, honey, can we eat lunch and talk?
Renee  - Sure. You must be hungry.
Simon  - I am. At the camp.
I ate a lot of mystery meat in the cafeteria.

01:10  Small Town.  Part 3.
Renee  - Was it really that bad?
Simon  - No. We ate good food there.
On the last night, we cooked our dinner over a fire.
Renee  - Yum!  You like cooking outside.
Simon  - Yes. Real men cook outside.
Renee  - Well, Max cooks inside, and he cooks pretty well.
Simon  - Yeah. But Max can cook good food outside, too.
Renee  - I agree! Oh, let me get you some food.

Monday, March 30, 2015


00:00  Welcom, everyone.
00:26  Keywords:
00:43  - expect (v)
Mom expects Dad to come home at 5:30 p.m.
00:57  - activity (n)
Two of my favorite activities are hiking and reading.
01:09  - climb (v)
Tim climbed up the tree really fast.
01:19  - cafeteria (n)
Students ate their lunches in the cafeteria.
01:31  - fire (n)
I'm so cold. Let's build a fire.
01:42  Let's say ythe keywords together again:
  - expect (v)
  - activity (n)
  - climb (v)
  - cafeteria (n)
  - fire (n)
02:14  The mission of the day is:
What did Simon eat?
02:55  Small Town.  Part 1.
Simon  - Hello!
Renee  - Simon! You're back from camp! But you're early!
I expected you to come home tonight.
Simon  - I took an earlier bus back. I missed you.
Renee  - I missed you, too.
So how was camp? How were the kids?
Simon  - Camp was really fun. The kids were great.
I really enjoyed being a camp coach.
Renee  - What activities did you do with the kids?
03:30  Study the keywords:
04:05  - axpect (v)
05:08  - activity (n)
05:42  Small Town.  Part 2.
Simon  - We played lots of sports.
Renee  - Of course! What else did you do?
Simon  - We climbed a ropes course and hiked.
We swam in the river, too.
But, honey, can we eat lunch and talk?
Renee  - Sure. You must be hungry.
Simon  - I am. At the camp.
I ate a lot of mystery meat in the cafeteria.
06:08  Study the keywords:
06:43  - climb (v)
07:29  - cafeteria (n)
08:06  The answer to today's mission is:
Simon ate mystery meat.
08:26  Small Town.  Part 3.
Renee  - Was it really that bad?
Simon  - No. We ate good food there.
On the last night, we cooked our dinner over a fire.
Renee  - Yum!  You like cooking outside.
Simon  - Yes. Real men cook outside.
Renee  - Well, Max cooks inside, and he cooks pretty well.
Simon  - Yeah. But Max can cook good food outside, too.
Renee  - I agree! Oh, let me get you some food.
08:59  Study the keyword:
09:45  - fire (n)
10:48  How To
11:01  How To
                 talk about studying.
11:12  - Let's study together.
11:29  - Practice makes perfect.
            Let's study more.
11:48  - Review a little everyday.
12:28   Conversation Replay:
14:08  Calendar Phrase
I'm back!
Boy.  Hi, Jan! I'm back!
Girl.  You're back! That's great.
Boy.  Thanks. I'm back.
Girl.  Good. How was your trip?
Boy.  It was great. But I'm tired.
I did a lot during my trip.
Girl.  Well, now you're back. So you can rest.
Boy.  Yes. I'm back!
15:42  Question of the day:
Did you ever go to a camp? Tell about it?