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レッスンレポート(Part4 オーストラリアンのクリスマスについて)



ちなみに、だいたいのレッスンは①Warm up②Listening③Key Words & Phrases④Discussion⑤Role playの5つのパートに分かれており、今回の動画については、それぞれの質問は下記のとおりです。

Warm up

When you think of Christmas, what comes to mind?🔊 Do you celebrate Christmas? If so, how do you celebrate it and how long have you celebrated?🔊 Do you have any ideas about Christmas in Australia?🔊 What are some things you know about the tradition or story of Christmas?


Before the video: Teachers will read the following questions aloud, please prepare for listening!🔊 After the video: Did you get it? If not, please tell your teacher specifically which part you didn’t understand. Let’s review the video again 🙂🔊 Which Beach is Santa visiting?🔊 What foods are popular in Australia at Christmas time?🔊 What ‘Christmas Tradition’ was Santa participating in the video?

Key Words & Phrases

Do you understand the following Key Words & Phrases? Your teacher will select Key Words & Phrases and ask you about their meanings.🔊 If you don’t understand, your teacher can explain them. Afterwards, try to use the Key Words & Phrases to make a sentence!🔊 00:12 Uniting through traditions🔊 00:26 hello everyone I want to introduce🔊 00:29 g’day🔊 00:34 have a Barbie🔊 00:40 chuck some shrimp on the barbie?🔊 00:48 seafood is pretty popular🔊 01:00 great spot that you can come down with🔊 01:10 oh i want one of those prawns, Ok dig in everyone

surfing slang

🔊 ‘catch some waves🔊 wipeout

After watching the video, what are some of the main differences between an Australian Christmas and an American or Japanese Christmas?🔊 Which do you like better, a summer Christmas or a winter Christmas? Why?🔊 Let’s talk about how Christmas has changed over time.


Let’s have a Barbie to buy following ingredients you’d like🙂


Christmas = Christian Holiday

Origin on Santa Claus

Saint Nicholas was agreed saint, living in the Roman Empire

Santa Claus = Santi Klaas (dutch figure) who gave presents on Christmas.

Santas appearance = (how something looks) is Odin (nordic god) Nordic = Norway

Uniting = bringing together

Uniting through traditions = bring us together during Christmas. We are ‘united’

G’day - Good day

Breakky - Breakfast

Arvo = afternoon

Avo - avocado

Chokky Bikky - chocolate biscuit

Barbie - Barbecue

Something is ‘Pretty ……. ‘ Large, Small, Good, Bad Pretty = Very

Pretty = good looking

Describing Foods

Fatty Tuna

Oily ‘ a slick of oil’ Melty = dissolve

Grilled Salmon

Salty Soft (breaks apart easily)

Sashimi squid

-Chewy ( must chew hard to digest) Digest = eat

-Hot flavour (with wasabi)


Texture - small bursting balls Juicy - Fruits. Beef Fragile = soft or easily broken

Rich (when describing food) = strong / full


Hot - Temperature

Hot - Taste = chillis are hot, wasabi is hot

Texture = how it feels

Flavour = how it tastes

Great ‘spot’ = place

‘Dig in’ = eat as much as you want

Catch some waves = surfing

Wipepout = To lose your surfboard and go underwater

Main Difference = biggest difference

Australia and Japan

SeasonFood Romantic holiday or Family Holiday





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