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Friday, February 27, 2015

00:00  Song Time
00:17  Making a Difference
00:43  Doing what you can do, helping someone out
00:54  help [someone] out (idiom)
02:13  Do what you said you'd do.
03:04  mean what you say
03:39  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!


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Sara  - Did you ever work in a soup kitchen. Betty?
Betty  - Yes. It was a great experience. I met a lot of people.
Sara  - Were they nice?
Betty  - Most of them were.
And many of them had interesting stories to tell.
Renee  - You'd enjoy helping out there. Sara.
Betty  - And the people at the soup kitchen would love you.
Sara  - Do you think so?
Betty  - Yes! You're sweet and helpful.
Who wouldn't love you?

00:36  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - Both of those opportunities sound great.
How do I decide on one?
Renee  - Go home and think about it. Also look in the paper.
You may be able to find more opportunities there.
Sara  - OK. Maybe I'll write about my experience.
Betty  - Good idea. If you do, I'll put it in the newspaper.
Sara  - OK. Thanks for your help, you two.
Renee - No problem!

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

00:00  Hi, everyone.
00:25  Keywords:
00:32  - interesting (adj)
This is an interesting book. I'm learning a lot from it.
00:44  - helped out (idiom)
Susie helped Mom out by cleaning the bathroom.
00:54  - decide (v)
What should I eat for dinner? I can't decide.
01:03  - paper [ newspaper] (n)
Dad reads the paper every morning during breakfast.
01:16  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - interesting (adj)
  - help out (idiom)
  - decide (v)
  - paper [ newspaper] (n)
01:47  The mission of the day is:
Who worked in a soup kitchen befor?
02:34  Small Town.  Part 1.
Sara  - Did you ever work in a soup kitchen. Betty?
Betty  - Yes. It was a great experience. I met a lot of people.
Sara  - Were they nice?
Betty  - Most of them were.
And many of them had interesting stories to tell.
Renee  - You'd enjoy helping out there. Sara.
Betty  - And the people at the soup kitchen would love you.
Sara  - Do you think so?
Betty  - Yes! You're sweet and helpful.
Who wouldn't love you?
03:04  Study the keywords:
04:00  - interesting (adj)
04:50  - help out (idiom)
05:20  The answer to today's mission is:
Betty worked in a soup kitchen before.
05:37  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - Both of those opportunities sound great.
How do I decide on one?
Renee  - Go home and think about it. Also look in the paper.
You may be able to find more opportunities there.
Sara  - OK. Maybe I'll write about my experience.
Betty  - Good idea. If you do, I'll put it in the newspaper.
Sara  - OK. Thanks for your help, you two.
Renee - No problem!
06:09  Study the keywords:
06:43  - paper [newspaper] (n)
07:59  - decide (v)
08:27  Song Time
08:42  Making a Diference
09:07  Doing what you can do, helping someone out
09:18  help [someone] out (idiom)
10:38  Do what you said you'd do.
11:28  mean what you say
12:03  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!
13:46  Conversation Relay
14:53  Calendar Phrase
What can I do?
Boy 1.  Why are you carrying that big bag?
Boy 2.  I'm cleaning up the city. When I see trash, I pick it up.
Girl.  That's nice of you! What can I do?
Boy 2.  You can help me pick up trash.
Girl.  OK. I need a bag.
Boy 1.  What can I do?
Boy 2.  You can take my trash away. The bag is too full.
Boy 1.  OK, then what can I do?
Boy 2.  You can buy me something to eat.
I missed my lunch while I was picking up trash!
16:32  Question of the day:
What is  one way you can help someone out?

Friday, February 20, 2015



00:00  How To
                 talk about being a volunteer.
00:55  - I would like to help out here.
01:05  - Can I help out here?
01:12  - What can I do to help out?


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Sara  - Oh, good. You're both here.
Betty  - Hello, Sara dear.
Sara  - Hi! Can you two help me with something?
Renee  - Sure! How can we help?
Sara  - Well, it's summer now, so I have a lot of free time.
Betty  - That's nice.
Sara  - I want to do something useful with my time.
Renee  - Great. Are you going to get a job?

00:34  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - No. I don't need any money. I just want to help people.
Betty  - Good for you, dear. How are you going to do that?
Sara  - I don't know. Do you two have any ideas?
Renee  - Well, you could help at the hospital.
I did that before.
Sara  - What would I do at the hospital?
Renee  - You would help the nurses.

00:58  Small Town.  Part 3.
Betty  - The hospital always needs help. Sara.
And you would do a great job!
Sara  - I hope so. Do you have any other ideas?
Betty  - You could work in a soup kitchen.
Sara  - A soup kitchen? What do people do there?
Renee  - They serve food to poor people.
Friendly people like you are a big help.
Sara  - Oh. That might be fun.

Monday, February 16, 2015


00:00  Hey, everybody.
00:23  Keywords:
00:32  - hospital (n)
Simon's sister went to the hospital. She is very sick.
00:44  - nurse (n)
The nurse helps the doctor in the hospital.
00:54  - serve (v)
Justin served some food to his wife during dinner.
01:04  - poor (adj)
Fred doesn't have much money. He is poor.
01:15  - help (n)
Susan washed clothes for her mom. She's a big help.
01:25  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - hospital (n)
  - nurse (n)
  - serve (v)
  - poor (adj)
  - help (n)
01:55  The mission of the day is:
What did Renee do before?
02:28  Small Town.  Part 1.
Sara  - Oh, good. You're both here.
Betty  - Hello, Sara dear.
Sara  - Hi! Can you two help me with something?
Renee  - Sure! How can we help?
Sara  - Well, it's summer now, so I have a lot of free time.
Betty  - That's nice.
Sara  - I want to do something useful with my time.
Renee  - Great. Are you going to get a job?
02:55
04:44  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - No. I don't need any money. I just want to help people.
Betty  - Good for you, dear. How are you going to do that?
Sara  - I don't know. Do you two have any ideas?
Renee  - Well, you could help at the hospital.
I did that before.
Sara  - What would I do at the hospital?
Renee  - You would help the nurses.
05:09  The answer to today's mission is:
She helped at the hospital befor.
05:43  Study the kewyords:
05:51  - hospital (n)
06:51  - nurse (n)
07:34  Small Town.  Part 3.
Betty  - The hospital always needs help. Sara.
And you would do a great job!
Sara  - I hope so. Do you have any other ideas?
Betty  - You could work in a soup kitchen.
Sara  - A soup kitchen? What do people do there?
Renee  - They serve food to poor people.
Friendly people like you are a big help.
Sara  - Oh. That might be fun.
08:07  Study the keywords:
08:25  - help (n0
09:23  - serve (v)
10:09  - poor (adj)
10:33  How To
                 talk about being a volunteer.
11:24  - I would like to help out here.
11:35  - Can I help out here?
11:42  - What can I do to help out?
12:13  Conversation Replay:
13:39  Calendar Phrase:
Thanks for your help.
Boy 1.  We're finished. Thanks for you help. John.
Boy 2.  You're welcome. Math isn't easy.
Boy 1. You're right.
I have a hard time with math. Thanks for your help.
Boy 2.  No problem.
 I'm good at math but I'm not good at English.
Boy 1.  Hey, I can help you with that. I'm good at English.
Boy 2.  Cool, thanks for your help.
15:17  Question of the day:
Would you want to work in a hospital? Why? or Why not?

Saturday, February 14, 2015



00:00  Word Power
00:32  - helper
00:49  - clean up
01:13  - trash
01:25  - ground
01:44  - recycle

Thursday, February 12, 2015


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Betty  - Hi, Renee!
I have a letter for you. It's from Simon.
Renee  - A letter from my honey! Thanks, Betty.
Betty  - You're welcome.
This letter is from Evanston.
What is Simon doing there?
Renee  - He is working at a summer sports camp.
Simon is a coach.
Betty  - Good for him! How long is the camp?
Renee  - It's a 10- day camp.

00:46  Small Town.  Part 2.
Betty  - Ten days is a long time.
What does Simon do at the camp?
Renee  - He teaches 11 - and 12 - year - olds about sports.
Betty  - How many children are at the camp?
Renee  - There are about 200 kids at the camp.
Betty  - Wow. That's a lot of kids.
Renee  - Yes. But Simon really likes them.
He cares a lot about children.
Betty  - That's great.

01:14  Small Town.  Part 3.
Renee  - Simon is really enjoying this camp a lot.
Betty  - I'm sure! He can play sports every day.
Renee  Yes. Simon is a big kid.
Betty  - Does the camp pay Simon?
Renee  - No. Simon works for free. But he doesn't mind.
Betty  - He doesn't?
Renee  - No. This camp isn't really work for Simon.
It is play!

Monday, February 9, 2015


00:00  Hello, everyone.
00:25  Keywords:
00:32  - camp (n)
Lisa is going to camp for three weeks. She's excited.
00:43  - coach (n)
The coach teaches the team about basketball.
00:53  - care (v)
Avery works very hard. He cares about his work.
01:04  - mind (v)
Come to my house after school. My parents don't mind.
01:14  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - camp (n)
  - coach (n)
  - care (v)
  - mind (v)
01:35  The mission of the day is:
Where is Simon working?
02:11  Small Town.  Part 1.
Betty  - Hi, Renee!
I have a letter for you. It's from Simon.
Renee  - A letter from my honey! Thanks, Betty.
Betty  - You're welcome.
This letter is from Evanston.
What is Simon doing there?
Renee  - He is working at a summer sports camp.
Simon is a coach.
Betty  - Good for him! How long is the camp?
Renee  - It's a 10- day camp.
02:50  The answer to today's mission is:
HE is working at a summer sports camp.
03:44  Study the keywords:
03:49  - camp (n)
04:40  - coach (n)
05:13  Small Town.  Part 2.
Betty  - Ten days is a long time.
What does Simon do at the camp?
Renee  - He teaches 11 - and 12 - year - olds about sports.
Betty  - How many children are at the camp?
Renee  - There are about 200 kids at the camp.
Betty  - Wow. That's a lot of kids.
Renee  - Yes. But Simon really likes them.
He cares a lot about children.
Betty  - That's great.
05:41  Study the keyword:
06:40  - care (v)
07:42  Small Town.  Part 3.
Renee  - Simon is really enjoying this camp a lot.
Betty  - I'm sure! He can play sports every day.
Renee  Yes. Simon is a big kid.
Betty  - Does the camp pay Simon?
Renee  - No. Simon works for free. But he doesn't mind.
Betty  - He doesn't?
Renee  - No. This camp isn't really work for Simon.
It is play!
08:15  Study the keyword:
09:17  - mind (v)
10:12  Word Power
10:40  - helper
10:57  - clean up
11:21  - trash
11:33  - ground
11:52  - recycle
12:08  Conversation Replay:
13:50  Calendar Phrase:
Can I help you?
Boy.  What are you doing this weekend?
Girl.  I'm cleaning my grandma's house.
Boy.  Can I help you?
Girl.  I don't think so.
Boy.  Why not? I can do many things. Can I help you?
Girl.  Well, can you clean? My grandma's house is very dirty.
Boy.  Yes. Can I help you?
Girl.  Sure. Thanks, John.
15:28  Question of the day:
What do you care about? Why?

Saturday, February 7, 2015



00:00  Word Power
00:27  - beach ball
00:39  - swimsuit
00:56  - beach towel
01:13  - sunscreen
01:25  - sandals


00:00  Song Time
 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!

Thursday, February 5, 2015

00:00  Conversation Replay:
00:09  Beach.
-  Patty, Roger and Daisy are in a grocery store.
They are looking for things for a picnic.
They are going to the beach soon.
They are excited.
Roger is taking a lot of things off the shelves.
Patty and Daysi put some things back.
They don't need so much stuff.
They only buy the picnic things.
They leave the store and go to the beach.
Patty  - I love the beach.
Daisy  - Me, too.
Patty  - Hey, Roger, does this beach have cute lifeguards?
Roger  - I don't know.
Patty  - How do I say, "Help! I'm drowning!" in Chinese?
Roger  - You can just say, "jiu ming!"
Daisy  - Can you swim, Patty?
Patty  - Yes. But maybe I can practice Chinese
with a cute lifeguard.
Patty  - Oh, Patty!
Patty  - Do you need some sunscreen. Daisy?
I can put it on your back for you.
Daisy  - No thanks. I want a tan first.
Patty  - Why?
Daisy  - My skin is too white!
Patty  - Roger, do you want some sunscreen?
Roger  - Not yet. I'm going in the water first!
Are you girls coming?  Let's go!

01:56 Beash.
Patty  - That was fun! I love the ocean.
Roger  - Me, too. swimming is fun.
Daisy  - I like swimming in a pool better, though.
The water is cleaner, and it doesn't have salt in it.
Roger  - Well, you don't have to drink the ocean water.
Daisy  - i didn't try to drink it. You splashed me.
The water went into my mouth.
Roger  - I'm sorry.
Daisy  - No, you're not.
Roger  - You're right.
Patty  - There aren't very many people in the ocean today.
Roger  - Maybe Chinese people don't like to swim.
Daisy  - No, you're wrong.
I see Chinese people at the pool all the time.
Some of them are great swimmers.
Roger  - Oh. Well, maybe they are not here to swim.
Maybe they just come to the beach to have fun.
Dayse  - That's why we're here!
Patty  - Hey, guys, let's go for a walk along the beach!
Roger  - OK.
Dayse  - I'm going to lie here on my towel a little longer.
I want a tan.
 Roger  - Come on!
You can go with us and get a tan at the same time.
Dayse  - Oh, all right.
Patty  - But first, you both really
need to put on some suntan lotion!

03:36  Beach.
Roger  - That was a fun walk, Patty.
But the rocks on the beach hurt my feet.
Daisy  - Why didn't you wear sandals? I told you to.
Roger  - And I'm hot, too. We walked a long time.
Patty  - We did. But I found some pretty rocks.
Roger  - I'm glad. But let's go swimming now.
I want to cool down.
Daisy  - That sounds good. Let's go swimming again.
Patty  - Wait. Take my picture first.
Daisy  - OK.
Roger  - Patty, are you coming with us?
Patty  - No. I want to look for more pretty rocks now.
Daisy  - Do you collect them?
Petty  - Yes. My brother and I always collect shells and rocks when we go to the beach.
Patty  - Fun.
Roger  - Do you want some help?
We can look for more rocks with you.
Daisy  - That's OK. You two go swimming.
Patty  - Ai-yo! Oh! Sorry! I mean, bui bu qi.
Derek  - Mei quan xi.Are you OK?
Patty  - You speak English! Hey, do I know you?
Derek  - Yes! Hello, Patty! I'm Derek.
You saw me at the teahouse.
Patty  - Oh, right! Hi! You look different with sunglasses on.
Sorry to bump into you.
Derek  - That's OK. Are you looking for rocks, too?
No, I'm looking for my watch. I lost it.
Patty  - I'm sorry. Hey, I can help you.
We can look for it together.
Derek  - OK. Thanks!

05:41  Beach.
Patty  - I'm sorry we didn't find your watch, Derek.
Derek  - I'll look for it again after we eat.
Roger  -We'll help you, too.
Derek  - Thanks.
Daisy  - Mmm.  This sandwich is so good!
Roger  - Yes, it is.
Patty  - Daisy, I'm so glad you could come down
from Taipei this weekend.
Daisy  - Me, too. I've had a lot of fun today.
Roger  - And, Derek, thanks for joining our picnic.
Derek  - Thanks for inviting me.
Patty  - Do we have any more ice?
My drink is warm.
Derek  - No, sorry.
I'll go to the store and get some for you. Patty.
Patty  - Oh! Well, I'll go with you.
That girl is pretty. Daisy would like her tan.
Derek  - Hey! Her watch looks like mine.
Daisy  - Really? Maybe it is yours!
Derek  - I don't know.
Patty  - Let's find out. Come on.
Patty  - Excuse me. What time is it?
-  It's 5:00.
Patty  - Thanks. That's a very nice watch.
May I see it?
-  Uh, OK.
Derec  - Patty, what are you doing?
Patty  - Just trust me.
Do you wear your watch very often?
- I wear it all the time.
Patty  - Even today? Outside, in the sun?
-  Yes.
Patty  - So your skin is probably white where the watch would be?
- Uh, just give me my watch back!
 Patty  - No. This isn't your watch.

07:23  Dear Journal.
 -  Dear Journal,
Today was the best day!
Daisy came down from Taipei and Roger took us to the beach.
The drive there was beautiful. I loved watching the ocean waves.
I loved everything about the beach.
I loved swimming and looking for pretty rocks and shells.
Also, I saw some crabs! But I didn't touch them.
Roger wanted me to, but I was scared!
- And I solved another mystery! Well, it wasn't a big mystery.
I just helped someone find something.
I saw Derek, our server from the teahouse we went to on my second day in Taiwan.
Actually, I didn't see him and he didn't see me and we bumped into each other!
I was embarrassed, but it was kind of funny.
Derek lost his watch on the beach, so I helped him look for it.
We couldn't find it.
- Then, Derek joined us for our picnic.
The food tasted so good!
I wanted some ice, so Derek and I went to the store.
On the way, we saw a pretty girl with a tan and a nice watch.
It looked like Derek's watch, so we went to talk to her.
The girl said she wore the watch all the time.
But she didn't have a tan line on her wrist from wearing a watch!
So I knew she lied.
Well, I'm feeling very tired from all the sun and excitement.
Beach Girl,  Patty


Monday, February 2, 2015

00:00  Hello, friends.
01:45 Keyword:
01:49  - actually (adv)
02:15  Conversation Replay:
02:22  Beach.
-  Patty, Roger and Daisy are in a grocery store.
They are looking for things for a picnic.
They are going to the beach soon.
They are excited.
Roger is taking a lot of things off the shelves.
Patty and Daysi put some things back.
They don't need so much stuff.
They only buy the picnic things.
They leave the store and go to the beach.

Patty  - I love the beach.
Daisy  - Me, too.
Patty  - Hey, Roger, does this beach have cute lifeguards?
Roger  - I don't know.
Patty  - How do I say, "Help! I'm drowning!" in Chinese?
Roger  - You can just say, "jiu ming!"
Daisy  - Can you swim, Patty?
Patty  - Yes. But maybe I can practice Chinese
with a cute lifeguard.
Patty  - Oh, Patty!

Patty  - Do you need some sunscreen. Daisy?
I can put it on your back for you.
Daisy  - No thanks. I want a tan first.
Patty  - Why?
Daisy  - My skin is too white!
Patty  - Roger, do you want some sunscreen?
Roger  - Not yet. I'm going in the water first!
Are you girls coming?  Let's go!

04:08  Beash.
Patty  - That was fun! I love the ocean.
Roger  - Me, too. swimming is fun.
Daisy  - I like swimming in a pool better, though.
The water is cleaner, and it doesn't have salt in it.
Roger  - Well, you don't have to drink the ocean water.
Daisy  - i didn't try to drink it. You splashed me.
The water went into my mouth.
Roger  - I'm sorry.
Daisy  - No, you're not.
Roger  - You're right.

Patty  - There aren't very many people in the ocean today.
Roger  - Maybe Chinese people don't like to swim.
Daisy  - No, you're wrong.
I see Chinese people at the pool all the time.
Some of them are great swimmers.
Roger  - Oh. Well, maybe they are not here to swim.
Maybe they just come to the beach to have fun.
Dayse  - That's why we're here!

Patty  - Hey, guys, let's go for a walk along the beach!
Roger  - OK.
Dayse  - I'm going to lie here on my towel a little longer.
I want a tan.
 Roger  - Come on!
You can go with us and get a tan at the same time.
Dayse  - Oh, all right.
Patty  - But first, you both really
need to put on some suntan lotion!

05:49  Beach.
Roger  - That was a fun walk, Patty.
But the rocks on the beach hurt my feet.
Daisy  - Why didn't you wear sandals? I told you to.
Roger  - And I'm hot, too. We walked a long time.
Patty  - We did. But I found some pretty rocks.
Roger  - I'm glad. But let's go swimming now.
I want to cool down.
Daisy  - That sounds good. Let's go swimming again.
Patty  - Wait. Take my picture first.
Daisy  - OK.

Roger  - Patty, are you coming with us?
Patty  - No. I want to look for more pretty rocks now.
Daisy  - Do you collect them?
Petty  - Yes. My brother and I always collect shells and rocks when we go to the beach.
Patty  - Fun.
Roger  - Do you want some help?
We can look for more rocks with you.
Daisy  - That's OK. You two go swimming.

Patty  - Ai-yo! Oh! Sorry! I mean, bui bu qi.
Derek  - Mei quan xi.Are you OK?
Patty  - You speak English! Hey, do I know you?
Derek  - Yes! Hello, Patty! I'm Derek.
You saw me at the teahouse.
Patty  - Oh, right! Hi! You look different with sunglasses on.
Sorry to bump into you.
Derek  - That's OK. Are you looking for rocks, too?
No, I'm looking for my watch. I lost it.
Patty  - I'm sorry. Hey, I can help you.
We can look for it together.
Derek  - OK. Thanks!

07:54  Beach.
Patty  - I'm sorry we didn't find your watch, Derek.
Derek  - I'll look for it again after we eat.
Roger  -We'll help you, too.
Derek  - Thanks.
Daisy  - Mmm.  This sandwich is so good!
Roger  - Yes, it is.
Patty  - Daisy, I'm so glad you could come down
from Taipei this weekend.
Daisy  - Me, too. I've had a lot of fun today.
Roger  - And, Derek, thanks for joining our picnic.
Derek  - Thanks for inviting me.

Patty  - Do we have any more ice?
My drink is warm.
Derek  - No, sorry.
I'll go to the store and get some for you. Patty.
Patty  - Oh! Well, I'll go with you.
That girl is pretty. Daisy would like her tan.
Derek  - Hey! Her watch looks like mine.
Daisy  - Really? Maybe it is yours!
Derek  - I don't know.
Patty  - Let's find out. Come on.

Patty  - Excuse me. What time is it?
-  It's 5:00.
Patty  - Thanks. That's a very nice watch.
May I see it?
-  Uh, OK.
Derec  - Patty, what are you doing?
Patty  - Just trust me.
Do you wear your watch very often?
- I wear it all the time.
Patty  - Even today? Outside, in the sun?
-  Yes.
Patty  - So your skin is probably white where the watch would be?
- Uh, just give me my watch back!
 Patty  - No. This isn't your watch.


09:35  Dear Journal.
 -  Dear Journal,
Today was the best day!
Daisy came down from Taipei and Roger took us to the beach.
The drive there was beautiful. I loved watching the ocean waves.
I loved everything about the beach.
I loved swimming and looking for pretty rocks and shells.
Also, I saw some crabs! But I didn't touch them.
Roger wanted me to, but I was scared!

- And I solved another mystery! Well, it wasn't a big mystery.
I just helped someone find something.
I saw Derek, our server from the teahouse we went to on my second day in Taiwan.
Actually, I didn't see him and he didn't see me and we bumped into each other!
I was embarrassed, but it was kind of funny.
Derek lost his watch on the beach, so I helped him look for it.
We couldn't find it.

- Then, Derek joined us for our picnic.
The food tasted so good!
I wanted some ice, so Derek and I went to the store.
On the way, we saw a pretty girl with a tan and a nice watch.
It looked like Derek's watch, so we went to talk to her.
The girl said she wore the watch all the time.
But she didn't have a tan line on her wrist from wearing a watch!
So I knew she lied.
Well, I'm feeling very tired from all the sun and excitement.
Beach Girl,  Patty

11:31  Song Time
12:38  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!

14:20  Word Power
15:42  - beach ball
15:55  - swimsuit
16:12  - beach towel
16:29  - sunscreen
16:40  - sandals