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【For dear all language learners】How to love learning a language?💓čĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’ãŖãĻおうやãŖたらもãŖとæĨŊしくãĒるぎīŧŸ

In this article, I would like to share a learning method emphasizing speaking. I hope that this can make our learning experience more fun and effective.

ã“ãĄã‚‰ãŽč¨˜äē‹ã§ã¯ã€ã‚šãƒ”ãƒŧキãƒŗグãĢä¸ģčģ¸ã‚’おいたčĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’æ–šæŗ•ãĢついãĻ取り上げぞす。こぎ斚æŗ•ãŒã€čĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŽå­ĻãŗをもãŖとæĨŊしくもãŖと劚果įš„ãĢしãĻくれるんじゃãĒいかと感じãĻいぞす。

How to love learning a language?💓

It should excite us!!!

Contents
  1. Something feels wrong đŸ§—đŸžį›ŽãŽå‰ãĢįĢ‹ãĄã¯ã ã‹ã‚‹é•å’Œæ„Ÿ
  2. A YouTube video appeared🤸🏾‍♂ī¸ã‚ã‚‹å‹•į”ģとぎå‡ēäŧšã„
  3. Do you agree? disagree?🕹ī¸čŗ›æˆã™ã‚‹īŧŸåå¯žã™ã‚‹īŧŸ
  4. Let's make a plan✨計į”ģをįĢ‹ãĻぞしょう
  5. How to manage a speaking session👩đŸģ‍đŸĢ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗぎ斚æŗ•
  6. My reflectionđŸ’žãŠã‚ã‚ŠãĢ
  7. The real Challenge Learn From Zero

Something feels wrong đŸ§—đŸžį›ŽãŽå‰ãĢįĢ‹ãĄã¯ã ã‹ã‚‹é•å’Œæ„Ÿ

I mentioned that a job offer made me determined to become an independent instructor rather than an employed teacher in the past article. Actually, this gave me another influence on my career journey.

äģĨå‰ãŽč¨˜äē‹ãŽä¸­ã§ãŠčŠąã—ぞしたが、あるäģ•äē‹ãŽã‚Ēãƒ•ã‚ĄãƒŧがきãŖかけでčĒžå­Ļ教å¸Ģブロã‚ŦãƒŧãĢãĒることをæąē意したį§ãĒんですが、こぎã‚Ēãƒ•ã‚Ąãƒŧ、原はそれäģĨ外ãĢもį§ãĢåŊąéŸŋを与えãĻぞした。ある気ãĨきを垗たんです。

The offer was about teaching a group of beginners Japanese for 8-weeks. The school told me that they expected me to finish half of a textbook. They gave me two options for textbooks. One is “Japanisch, bitte!” and another is ”Marugoto: Japanese language and culture.” Also, I was told that the instruction can be in English.

そぎ、äģ•äē‹ãĒんですが、įŸĨ識ã‚ŧロぎå­Ļįŋ’者ãĢīŧ˜é€ąé–“æ—ĨæœŦčĒžã‚’教えるグãƒĢãƒŧプãƒŦッ゚ãƒŗでした。゚クãƒŧãƒĢからは半分くらい教į§‘書をįĩ‚えãĻæŦ˛ã—いとčĒŦ明を受けぞした。教į§‘書ãĢついãĻはäēŒį¨ŽéĄžææĄˆã•ã‚Œãžã—ãŸã€‚ã˛ã¨ã¤ã¯ã€ã€ŽJapanisch, bitte!』そしãĻもう一つは『ぞるごと』です。授æĨ­ã¯č‹ąčĒžã§čĄŒãŖãĻã„ã„ã¨ã‚‚č¨€ã‚ã‚Œãžã—ãŸã€‚

Since I was unfamiliar with both textbooks, and it didn’t give me the ideas of how my instruction could go, it made me uncomfortable. Especially “Japanisch, bitte” is so unique curriculum that it lets learners learn Hiragana gradually not all in once, like each chapter 6-8 Hiraganas. It really confused me. Also, it made me feel uncomfortable with the fact that I couldn’t be comfortable with my long-hoping job. Like, shouldn’t I say I am a professional instructor? I seriously realized that I need to have more experience to teach zero-knowledge learners.

ãŠãĄã‚‰ãŽæ•™į§‘書もぞãŖたく初めãĻで、しかも中をčĻ‹ãĻも全į„ļおうやãŖãĻ授æĨ­ã‚’é€˛ã‚ãĻいこうというã‚ĸイデã‚ĸが暧いãĻこãĒかãŖたんです。『Japanisch, bitte!』はとãĻもãƒĻニãƒŧクãĒã‚ĢãƒĒキãƒĨãƒŠãƒ ã§ã˛ã‚‰ãŒãĒを各įĢ ãĢīŧ–〜īŧ˜ã¤ãã‚‰ã„ずつ教えるというもぎでした。それãĢã™ã”ãæˇˇäšąã—ãžã—ãŸã€‚ãžãŸã€ãšãŖã¨åž…ãĄæœ›ã‚“ã§ã„ãŸäģ•äē‹ãŒã‚„ãŖとできるかもしれãĒいというぎãĢã€æˇˇäšąãĢé™ĨãŖãĻいるč‡Ē分č‡ĒčēĢãĢã‚‚ã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒƒã‚¯ã§ã—ãŸã€‚ã“ã‚“ãĒことでプロぎ教å¸ĢとčĒžã‚Œã‚‹ãŽã‹ã¨æ€ãˆãĻきたんです。č‡Ē分ãĢはįŸĨ識ã‚ŧロぎå­Ļįŋ’者ãĢ寞する指導原į¸žãŒåŋ…čĻã ã¨æ„Ÿã˜ãžã—た。

A YouTube video appeared🤸🏾‍♂ī¸ã‚ã‚‹å‹•į”ģとぎå‡ēäŧšã„

Lately, I ran across a video. It, below, shows how an American language teacher acquired the Arabic language from zero in one year. This made me so excited. The method itself is not so special, and I think it is well known among language teachers, in fact, it was something I learned at a class for Japanese teaching certification as well as a psychology class in college. But, I’ve never seen someone instructed me such elaborately, with a real example experience.

最čŋ‘、ある動į”ģãĢå‡ēくわしぞした。下ãĢãƒĒãƒŗクをč˛ŧãŖãĻいぞすが、ã‚ĸãƒĄãƒĒã‚ĢぎčĒžå­Ļ教å¸ĢがįŸĨ識ã‚ŧロからīŧ‘嚴でã‚ĸナビã‚ĸčĒžã‚’įŋ’垗するというもぎで、čĻ‹ãĻいãĻとãĻもわくわくしãĻきたんです。原はそぎやり斚č‡ĒäŊ“は全į„ļį‰šåˆĨじゃãĒくãĻ、原際、čĒžå­Ļ教å¸ĢぎãŋãĒさんãĒら名前はきãŖとįŸĨãŖãĻいるようãĒもぎãĒんです。äē‹åŽŸã€į§ã¯æ—ĨæœŦčĒžæ•™å¸Ģ検厚ぎときãĢも勉åŧˇã—ぞしたし、ãĒんだãŖたら大å­Ļぎåŋƒį†å­Ļぎ授æĨ­ã§ã‚‚čžã„ãŸčĻšãˆãŒã‚りぞす。でも、äģŠãžã§ä¸€åēĻも原際ãĢそぎ斚æŗ•ã‚’čŠŗį´°ãĢčĒŦ明しãĒがら過į¨‹ã¨įĩæžœã‚’å‡ēしãĻいるもぎはčĻ‹ãŸã“とがãĒかãŖたんです。

How to acquire any language NOT learn it!

The video’s summaryđŸ’˜ãƒ“ãƒ‡ã‚Ēぎぞとめ

It can be always encouraging to see how someone made progress in a certain duration. Even though it takes about an hour, it is worth watching to expand your knowledge that there are various ways to learn languages. Although I don’t have to accept all of the author’s ideas. The important thing is, that it encourages us to think about how can improve our own language experience better. Here is my summary of the video.

ä¸€åŽšæœŸé–“ã§é€˛æ­Šã‚’čĻ‹ã›ã‚‹ã¨ã„ã†éĄžã„ãŽã‚‚ãŽãŖãĻやãŖãąã‚Šåŧ•ãã¤ã‘られるもぎです。ビデã‚Ēはīŧ‘時間もあるんですけお、いろんãĒčĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’ぎやり斚があるというぎをįŸĨるという意å‘ŗでは一čĻ‹ãĢ値するかと思いぞす。とはいえ、äŊœč€…ぎ意čĻ‹ãŽå…¨ãĻãĢ個äēēįš„ãĢ同意、というわけでもãĒいです。重čĻãĒぎは、おうやãŖたらčĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’がもãŖとよくãĒãŖãĻいくかãĒãã¨č€ƒãˆã•ã›ãĻくれるãŖãĻいうところですね。äģĨ下がビデã‚Ēぎ中čēĢぎį§ãŽãžã¨ã‚ã§ã™ã€‚

Here is my summary
  • We should acquire, not learn.
  • Don’t study grammar but do comprehensible input.
  • No reading or writing until you acquire 5000 words.
  • TPRS method… Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling.
  • TPR… Total Physical Response.
  • How to have a language partner.
  • His 1,000 hours of 1-year-experimental process and result.
æĻ‚čĻã¯ã“ã‚“ãĒã‚Ģãƒŗジ
  • 言čĒžã¯å­Ļįŋ’するぎではãĒくįŋ’垗する
  • 文æŗ•ã¯å‹‰åŧˇã—ãĒい、そぎäģŖわりãĢį†č§Ŗぎäŧ´ã†ã‚¤ãƒŗプットãĢæŗ¨åŠ›ã™ã‚‹
  • 5000čĒžčēĢãĢつけるぞで、ãƒĒãƒŧデã‚Ŗãƒŗグやナイテã‚ŖãƒŗグはいらãĒい
  • TPRS教授æŗ•īŧŽīŧŽīŧŽã‚šãƒˆãƒŧãƒĒãƒŧを通しãĻ言čĒžįŋ’åž—ã‚’į›ŽæŒ‡ã™
  • TPRīŧŽīŧŽīŧŽč¨€č‘‰ã‚’äŊ“ぎ動きとį´äģ˜ã‘ãĻč¨€č‘‰ã‚’čĻšãˆãĻいく
  • įˇ´įŋ’į›¸æ‰‹ãŽãƒã‚¤ãƒ†ã‚Ŗブ゚ピãƒŧã‚Ģãƒŧをãŋつける斚æŗ•
  • äŊœč€…ぎ1åš´é–“ãĢæ¸Ąã‚‹1000時間ぎå­Ļįŋ’過į¨‹ã¨1嚴垌ぎįĩæžœ

Right after watching this video, I had an in-person session with my language partner whom I’ve had an online session seven times before. It was just exciting. We both enjoyed our session so much more than the ones we had before. So, I got to like this method immediately.

原はこぎビデã‚ĒをčĻ‹ãĻすぐãĢ、čĒžå­Ļパãƒŧトナãƒŧとã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗがあãŖたぎで旊速こぎ斚æŗ•ã‚’čŠĻしãĻãŋぞした。äģŠãžã§7回ã‚Ēãƒŗナイãƒŗでそぎäēēã¨ã¯čŠąã—ãŸã“ã¨ãŒã‚ãŖたんですが、比čŧƒãĢãĒらãĒいくらいこぎ斚æŗ•ã¯æĨŊしかãŖたです。というわけで、こぎ斚æŗ•ãŒã™ããĢåĨŊきãĢãĒりぞした。

Do you agree? disagree?🕹ī¸čŗ›æˆã™ã‚‹īŧŸåå¯žã™ã‚‹īŧŸ

I don’t think we should follow completely what this video tells us. Here is I think.

とはいえ、į‰šãĢビデã‚Ēぎ中ぎ意čĻ‹ãĢ全部čŗ›åŒã™ã‚‹ã¨ã„うわけでもãĒいです。į§ãŽæ„čĻ‹ã¯ã“ã‚“ãĒã‚Ģãƒŗジです。

Difference between acquiring and learning đŸ“â€™įŋ’垗する’と’å­Ļįŋ’する’ぎ違い

acquire
  • subconsciously absorbing the language and having a feel for it.
įŋ’垗する
  • į„Ąæ„č­˜ãĢããŽč¨€čĒžã‚’吸収し、感čĻšã‚’čĻšãˆã‚‹ã€‚
learn
  • consciously knowing the rules and being able to remembering
å­Ļįŋ’する
  • æ„č­˜įš„ãĢæŗ•å‰‡ã‚’įŸĨり、それをčĻšãˆãĻいるįŠļ態をäŋã¤ã€‚

I agree with this point. When we speak our mother tongue, we don’t think, as you surely know. This resonates me well with my suspicion of Ankidroid, which is an app I used for vocabulary in the past. I ended up noticing myself not being able to manage to utilize vocabulary I memorized into speaking. I am really into how an instructor can guide their learners efficiently to let them acquire knowledge.

こぎ違いãĢは同意です。母čĒžã‚’čŠąã™ã¨ãã¯ã‚‚ãĄã‚ã‚“čĒ°ã‚‚ãŒč€ƒãˆãŸã‚Šã—ãžã›ã‚“ã€‚ã“ãŽé•ã„ã¯Ankidroidīŧˆãƒœã‚­ãƒŖブナãƒĒãƒŧをčĻšãˆã‚‹ãŸã‚ãĢäŊ•åēĻかäŊŋãŖたことがありぞすīŧ‰ã§čĻšãˆãŸå˜čĒžãŒåŽŸéš›ãŽäŧščŠąã§å…¨į„ļäŊŋうことができãĒいというį§ãŽä¸­ãĢある不äŋĄæ„ŸãĢéŸŋきぞした。これがį†į”ąã˜ã‚ƒã‚“、と思ãŖたわけです。で、イãƒŗ゚トナクã‚ŋãƒŧがå­Ļįŋ’者ãĢおう劚果įš„ãĢ言čĒžã‚’įŋ’垗させるようãĢã‚ŦイドできるぎかということãĢ、į§ã¯äŋ„į„ļ興å‘ŗが暧いãĻきぞした。

Do not study grammarđŸ“æ–‡æŗ•ã‚’勉åŧˇã™ã‚‹ãĒ

According to the video, grammar doesn’t help your execution of making a sentence, and it hinders your natural production of the language. What do you think? Worthy to believe?

ビデã‚ĒãĢよると、文æŗ•ã¯æ–‡ã‚’äŊœã‚‹ãŸã‚ãŽåŠŠã‘ãĢ全くãĒらず、č‡Ēį„ļãĒį™ēč¨€ãŽį”Ÿæˆã‚’é‚Ē魔するといいぞす。おう思いぞすかīŧŸäŋĄã˜ã‚‹ãšãã§ã™ã‹īŧŸ

Do not spend your time in a vain attempt to master the language from grammar rules and word lists. You will not enjoy this tedious form of study, and it will not work.

Stephen Kaufman (15 languages polyglot)

言čĒžã‚’įŋ’垗するためãĢ、文æŗ•čĻå‰‡ã‚„単čĒžãƒĒ゚トをčĻšãˆã‚‹ã¨ã„うį„Ąé§„ãĒčŠĻãŋãĢ時間をč˛ģやさãĒã„ã§ãã ã•ã„ã€‚ã“ãŽé€€åąˆãĒåŊĸぎ勉åŧˇã¯æĨŊしむことができぞせんし、それゆえうぞくいきぞせん。

ã‚šãƒ†ãƒ•ã‚Ąãƒŗãƒģã‚Ģã‚Ļフマãƒŗīŧˆ15ãƒļå›ŊčĒžã‚’čŠąã™å¤šč¨€čĒžčŠąč€…īŧ‰

First of all, please do not worry about what you have learned already. It does help you, consequently!!!!

ぞず最初ãĢč¨€ã„ãŸã„ãŽã¯ã€æ—ĸãĢあãĒたが勉åŧˇã—た文æŗ•įŸĨ識ãĢåŋƒé…ã—ãĒいでください。いつしかあãĒたを劊けるぎは間違いありぞせん。

Secondly, it might be true when it comes to a quick execution: considering genuinely only speaking, grammar seldom helps it. When I think about how I acquired English phrases that people often use, I just tried to memorize full sentences and I didn’t need to break it down into grammar parts.

æŦĄãĢ、すぐãĢį™ēčŠąã™ã‚‹ã¨ã„ã†į‚šãĢおいãĻ、文æŗ•ã¯åŊšįĢ‹ãŸãĒいというぎはæ­Ŗしいかもしれぞせん。単į´”ãĢčŠąã™ã¨ã„ã†ã“ã¨ã ã‘č€ƒãˆã‚Œã°ã€æ–‡æŗ•ã¯ã‚ぞりåŗåē§ãŽį™ēčŠąã‚’åŠŠã‘ãĻくれぞせん。č‡Ē分č‡ĒčēĢがおうやãŖãĻ英čĒžã‚’čĻšãˆãŸã‹ã‚’č€ƒãˆã‚‹ã¨ã€äēē々がよくäŊŋãŖãĻã„ã‚‹čĄ¨įžã¨ã„ã†ã‚‚ãŽã¯ããŽãžãžč¨˜æ†ļするようãĢしãĻčĻšãˆãžã—た。文æŗ•ãĢåŸēãĨいãĻč§Ŗ釈しようとしたりはįĸēかãĢしたことがありぞせん。

However, grammar should contribute in a different way. If learners do not have enough natural speaking, then grammar greatly helps you to understand the language. After all, I think that it depends on how much you can get natural speaking.

しかし、文æŗ•ã¯åˆĨぎ斚æŗ•ã§į§ãŸãĄãŽč¨€čĒžå­Ļįŋ’ãĢč˛ĸįŒŽãŒã‚るはずです。もしå­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŒč‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグãĢč§Ļれられる時間が十分ãĢ持ãĻãĒã„ã¨ã—ãŸã‚‰ã€ãã‚Œã§ã‚‚ããŽč¨€čĒžã‚’į†č§Ŗしたいとき文æŗ•ã¯ã™ã”くåŊšįĢ‹ãĄãžã™ã€‚つぞるところ、文æŗ•ãŒåŋ…čĻã‹ãŠã†ã‹ã¯ã€å­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŒãŠã‚Œã ã‘č‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグãĢč§ĻれられるかãĢかかãŖãĻいると思うんです。

I assume that not everyone can get this amount of natural approach unlike the author, therefore, I would like to explore how grammar can serve while still prioritizing the natural approach. This is one of my new goals!! I will find a way to integrate grammar into speaking-leaned-lesson.

į§ã¯ã€å¤šããŽäēēはこぎビデã‚ĒぎäŊœč€…ぎようãĢč‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグãĢč§Ļれられる時間は多くãĒいと思ãŖãĻいぞす。ãĒぎで、č‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグをå„Ē先しãĒがらも、おうやãŖãĻ文æŗ•ã‚’čŖœčļŗ教材としãĻį”Ÿã‹ã—ãĻいくかをæŽĸæą‚ã—ãŸã„ã¨æ€ãŖãĻいぞす。これはį§ãŽæ–°ã—いį›Žæ¨™ãŽä¸€ã¤ã§ã™ã€‚゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグãĢ比重をįŊŽã„たãƒŦッ゚ãƒŗãĢ文æŗ•įŸĨč­˜ã‚’ãŠãŽã‚ˆã†ãĢįĩąåˆã•ã›ãĻいくか、čĻ‹ã¤ã‘ãĻいきたいと思いぞす。

Do not correct me or please correct me.📝訂æ­ŖしãĒいでæŦ˛ã—い、いや、しãĻæŦ˛ã—い

According to the video, the correction has no benefits. Therefore, we should ask native speakers not to correct us (; they emphasized the study by John Truscott.). Their explanation is that it doesn’t work thereby it is waste of time. It must be controversial. First, what struck me the most is that no scholars on screen did not provide any further empirical findings in the video even though it has passed about a half century since Krashen claimed his natural approach. (What linguistics have been done?)

ビデã‚ĒãĢã‚ˆã‚‹ã¨ã€č¨‚æ­Ŗは刊į›ŠãŒãĒいそうです。ãĒぎで、å­Ļįŋ’č€…ã¯ãƒã‚¤ãƒ†ã‚Ŗブ゚ピãƒŧã‚ĢãƒŧãĢ訂æ­ŖをしãĻくれãĒいようãĢé ŧã‚€ãšãã ã¨č¨€ãŖãĻいぞした。īŧˆã“ぎį‚šãĢé–ĸしãĻはジョãƒŗãƒģトãƒĢã‚šã‚ŗットぎį ”įŠļぎ成果をåŧˇčĒŋしãĻいぞした。īŧ‰čĒŦ明ãĢã‚ˆã‚‹ã¨ã€č¨‚æ­Ŗは間違いをæ­ŖすぎãĢåŊšįĢ‹ãŸãĒいぎで時間ぎį„Ąé§„であるということです。とãĻã‚‚č­°čĢ–ã‚’å‘ŧãļãĢ違いãĒい意čĻ‹ã§ã™ã€‚最初ãĢ、į§ãŒå°čąĄįš„だãŖたぎは、ジョãƒŗãƒģトãƒĢã‚šã‚ŗットぎ名前を挙げたことを除けば、į ”įŠļč€…ãŒåŽŸé¨“ãĢåŸēãĨく成果をãģとんお挙げãĒかãŖたというäē‹åŽŸã§ã™ã€‚ã‚¯ãƒŠãƒƒã‚ˇã‚§ãƒŗがこぎナチãƒĨナãƒĢãƒģã‚ĸプロãƒŧãƒã‚’æå”ąã—ãĻから半世į´€ãŒįĩŒãŖãĻいるというぎãĢ、です。īŧˆåŠä¸–į´€äŊ•ã‚’しãĻるぎかīŧŸãŖãĻã‚Ģãƒŗジですよね。īŧ‰

In the linguistics field, people distinguish between an error and a mistake. For example, someone inadvertently says “how is you?” instead of “how are you?”, this is a mistake. By the way, can you imagine someone could say this? I cannot! Why? Because people would have so much natural input in life about “how are you?” and easily learn subconsciously “how are you?” is a solid formula. Meanwhile, someone might say inadvertently “Germany beated Japan in an Olympics game yesterday.” And nobody corrects them and this person believes that ‘beat-beated-beaten as its conjugation’ and repeats the same mistake, which is called an error.

言čĒžå­Ļぎ分野では、エナãƒŧと間違いはåŒēåˆĨされぞす。䞋えばčĒ°ã‹ãŒã†ãŖかり “how are you?”ぎäģŖわりãĢ “how is you?” ã¨č¨€ãŖたとしぞす。これは間違いとå‘ŧばれぞす。ところでこぎ間違いčĒ°ã‹ãŒã—ãĻいるところをæƒŗ像できぞすかīŧŸį§ã¯ã§ããžã›ã‚“īŧãĒぜかãŖãĻīŧŸãã‚Œã¯čĒ°ã‚‚が“how are you?”ã¨ã„ã†čĄ¨įžãĢついãĻ十分č‡Ēį„ļãĢå‡ēくわしãĻいるぎで、į°Ąå˜ãĢį„Ąæ„č­˜ãĢ” how are you?”ãŖãĻいうぎは一つぎ大切ãĒフãƒŦãƒŧã‚ēãĒんだとį†č§Ŗできるからです。一斚、čĒ°ã‹ãŒã†ãŖかり “Germany beated Japan in an Olympics game yesterday.” īŧˆâ€æ˜¨æ—Ĩã‚ĒãƒĒãƒŗピックぎčŠĻ合でドイツがæ—ĨæœŦをį ´ãŖた”īŧ‰ã¨č¨€ãŖたとしぞす。beatぎ過åŽģåŊĸは一čˆŦãƒĢãƒŧãƒĢãĢåŸēãĨくbeatedではãĒく不čĻå‰‡ãƒĢãƒŧãƒĢぎbeatです。で、もしこれをčĒ°ã‚‚訂æ­ŖしãĒい場合、こぎį™ēč¨€č€…ã¯beatは一čˆŦãƒĢãƒŧãƒĢãĢåŸēãĨãå‹•čŠžã§æ´ģį”¨ã¯’beat-beated-beaten’ だとäŋĄã˜įļšã‘、同じ間違いをįļšã‘ることでしょう。これをエナãƒŧとå‘ŧãŗぞす。

If we have enough natural speaking, we can correct without correction, like “how are you?” However, if we do not have enough natural speaking, we will keep making an error, like “German beated Japan.” Whether learners want to speak grammatically correctly or do not value speaking grammatically correctly depends on the individual.

もしå­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŒååˆ†ãĢč‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグãĢč§Ļã‚Œã‚‰ã‚Œã‚Œã°ã€č¨‚æ­ŖをされãĒくãĻもč‡Ēį„ļとč‡Ē分でæ­ŖしãĻいけるようãĢãĒるぎでしょう。“how are you?”をčĒ°ã‚‚がč‡Ēį„ļとčĻšãˆã‚‹ãŽãŒããŽäž‹ã§ã™ã€‚でももし十分ãĢč‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグが垗られãĒい場合、å­Ļįŋ’č€…ã¯“German beated Japan.” ぎようãĒエナãƒŧをįš°ã‚Ščŋ”しįļšã‘るでしょう。文æŗ•įš„ãĢæ­Ŗã—ãčŠąã—ãŸã„ã¨æœ›ã‚€ã‹ã€æ–‡æŗ•įš„ãĢæ­Ŗã—ãčŠąã™ã“ã¨ãĢ重きをįŊŽã‹ãĒいかは、įĩåą€ãŽã¨ã“ろ個äēēぎåĨŊãŋãŽå•éĄŒã§ã™ã€‚

I think that we don’t have to worry about mistakes, but a language teacher should care about an error. Along with lesson runs, instructors can notice some errors their students always make. That’s when instructors should intervene by providing much more natural input. I think neither corrected right sentences nor detailed explanation is needed necessarily, however, the students definitely need more comprehensible input relates to their error; ex) “Germany beat Japan yesterday? really? Last time Japan beat Germany.” they can provide more sentences used same verb conjugation.

į§ã¯ã€é–“違いは母čĒžã§ã‚ãŖãĻもしãĻしぞうもぎで、気ãĢするåŋ…čĻã¯ãĒいと思ãŖãĻいぞす。でも、čĒžå­Ļ教å¸ĢはエナãƒŧãĢæŗ¨æ„ã‚’払うずきです。ãƒŦッ゚ãƒŗã‚’é€˛ã‚ãĻいけば、å­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŽã‚¨ãƒŠãƒŧぎ傞向ãĢ気ãĨくことができぞす。そしãĻ気ãĨいたときが、čĒžå­Ļ教å¸Ģがäģ‹å…ĨしãĻč‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグぎイãƒŗプットを提䞛するときだと思ãŖãĻいぞす。æ­Ŗしい文įĢ ãĢしãĻį¤ēしたり、åŋ…čĻãĒ文æŗ•įš„įŸĨč­˜ã‚’č§ŖčĒŦしたりはåŋ…ずしもåŋ…čĻã§ã¯ã‚りぞせんが、間違いãĒくå­Ļįŋ’者ãĢはこぎエナãƒŧãĢé–ĸé€Ŗするį†č§Ŗ可čƒŊãĒイãƒŗプットがもãŖとåŋ…čĻã ã¨æ€ã†ã‚“です。䞋īŧ‰”Germany beat Japan yesterday? really? Last time Japan beat Germany.”といãŖたようãĢåŒã˜å‹•čŠžãŽæ´ģį”¨ã§åˆĨぎ文įĢ ã‚’åŗåē§ãĢ提䞛しãĻ気ãĨきを与えるぎはå­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŽåŊšãĢįĢ‹ã¤ã¯ãšã§ã™ã€‚

Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling📚į‰ŠčĒžã‚’čĒ­ãŋãĒがら教える

Reading is fresh comprehensible input

Dr. Stephen Krashen

ãƒĒãƒŧデã‚Ŗãƒŗグというぎは新鎎ãĒį†č§Ŗ可čƒŊイãƒŗプットである。

ã‚šãƒ†ãƒ•ã‚Ąãƒŗãƒģã‚¯ãƒŠãƒƒã‚ˇã‚§ãƒŗ博åŖĢ

I couldn’t agree more with this method. When we get to know a word, it always entails a context, otherwise, this word just will be vanished from our memory. If we have a context, it helps us to memorize it with a lot of background information. For example, when it comes to memorizing Kanji, it is really helpful to note what this Kanji’s image is like- visualization. As you may notice, I am providing more articles about reading than anything else, since I do believe that language needs a certain world it plays out in.

こぎ斚æŗ•ãĢは大čŗ›æˆã§ã™ã€‚į§ãŸãĄãŒč¨€č‘‰ã‚’一つčĻšãˆã‚‹ã¨ãã€ã„つもそこãĢã¯æ–‡č„ˆãŒäŧ´ã„ぞす。そうでãĒã‘ã‚Œã°ããŽč¨€č‘‰ã¯įĩåą€åŋ˜ã‚ŒåŽģã‚‰ã‚Œã‚‹ã§ã—ã‚‡ã†ã€‚æ–‡č„ˆã¯ã€äģ˜éšæƒ…å ąã¨ã—ãĻ記æ†ļがį”Ÿæˆã•ã‚Œã‚‹éŽį¨‹ã‚’åŧˇåŒ–しぞす。䞋えば、æŧĸ字をčĻšãˆã‚‹ã¨ã—ぞしょう。こぎとき、æŧĸ字ぎåŊĸをčĻ–čĻšåŒ–ã—ã‚¤ãƒĄãƒŧジとともãĢčĻšãˆã‚‹ã“とは、非常ãĢåŊšįĢ‹ãĄãžã™ã€‚お気ãĨきかもしれぞせんが、こぎブログで提䞛しãĻã„ã‚‹č¨˜äē‹ãŽå¤šãã¯ãƒĒãƒŧデã‚ŖãƒŗグãĢé–ĸã™ã‚‹ã‚‚ãŽã§ã™ã€‚ãã‚Œã¯ã‚‚ãĄã‚ã‚“į§ãŒã€č¨€čĒžã¨ã„うもぎはある世į•ŒčĻŗが提䞛されãĻ初めãĻ成りįĢ‹ã¤ã€ã¨ã„うことをäŋĄã˜ãĻいるからãĢäģ–ãĒりぞせん。

The most important things to remember🧠čĻšãˆãĻおくずき最も大切ãĒこと

“I want to know the most efficient way!!” I know, I feel you. I used to think that way. In the video, the author’s probably want to claim that the natural approach is the quickest and most efficient way of acquiring a language. Whether you agree or disagree, do not worry.

「ãŖãĻいうか、äŊ•ã§ã‚‚č‰¯ã„ã‹ã‚‰ã¨ãĢかく劚įŽ‡ãŽã„い斚æŗ•ã‚’教えãĻよ」、ãŖãĻ思いぞすよね。はい、わかりぞすよ。į§ã‚‚ずãŖとそう思ãŖãĻきぞした。こぎビデã‚Ēぎ中でäŊœč€…はナチãƒĨナãƒĢãƒģã‚ĸプロãƒŧチこそが一į•Ē旊くãĻ最も劚果įš„ãĒ言čĒžã‚’įŋ’垗する斚æŗ•ã ã€ã¨äŧãˆãŸã„んだと思いぞす。あãĒãŸãŒã“ãŽč€ƒãˆãĢčŗ›æˆã§ã‚‚、反寞でも、大丈å¤Ģですよ。

Learning deeply means learning slowly.

Epstein, David. Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World. 2019.

æˇąãå­Ļįŋ’するということはつぞりゆãŖくりå­Ļįŋ’するということ

デイビッドãƒģエプ゚ã‚ŋイãƒŗ: RANGE(ãƒŦãƒŗジ)įŸĨč­˜ãŽã€Œåš…ã€ãŒæœ€åŧˇãŽæ­Ļ器ãĢãĒる, 2019

In his book Range, David Epstein, a journalist, explores relationships between performances and efficiency. He reports that researchers claim that “the slowest growth occurs for the most complex skills.” If you want to master your target language, you should relax and enjoy your own struggling slow path. Therefore, your motivation is the most important factor to let that happens. If you are interested in grammar, please enjoy learning it.

ジãƒŖãƒŧナãƒĒ゚トぎデイビッドãƒģエプ゚ã‚ŋイãƒŗã¯č‘—æ›¸ã€ŽRange』ぎ中で、パフりãƒŧマãƒŗ゚と劚įŽ‡ãŽé–ĸäŋ‚性ãĢついãĻãĩれãĻおり、į ”įŠļč€…ãŽã“ã‚“ãĒį™ēč¨€ã‚’åŧ•į”¨ã—ãĻã„ãžã™ã€‚ã€Œã‚ˆã‚Šč¤‡é›‘ãĒ技čƒŊはįŋ’垗は、最もゆãŖくりとįŋ’垗させたときãĢ最も多くį™ēį”Ÿã™ã‚‹ã€‚」もし、į§ãŸãĄãŒč¨€čĒžã‚’įŋ’垗したいãĒら、į§ãŸãĄã¯ãƒĒナック゚しãĻこぎč‹ĻしくãĻゆãŖくりとしたįŋ’垗ぎプロã‚ģã‚šã‚’æĨŊしむずきãĒã‚“ã§ã™ã€‚ãã‚ŒãŒč¨€čĒžã¨ã„ã†č¤‡é›‘ãĒ技čƒŊぎįŋ’åž—ãĢåŊšįĢ‹ã¤ã‚“です。ですから、į§ãŸãĄãŽã‚„る気こそが最も重čĻãĒčĻį´ ã§ã™ã€‚

If you are interested in grammar, please enjoy learning it. If you are interested in writing Kanji, you should enjoy practice writing it. What attracts you the most will lead you to your success. And, please do not worry especially when it takes time, because when you are struggling, that is when your brain is learning the most. Be careful of a trap of the temptation of efficiency, it is fleeting progress; it has scientifically been proven.

もし、文æŗ•ãĢ興å‘ŗがあるãĒã‚‰ã€ãœã˛å‹‰åŧˇã‚’įļšã‘ãĻください。もしæŧĸ字を書けるようãĢãĒりたいãĒら、æŧĸ字ぎįˇ´įŋ’ã‚’æĨŊしんでください。į§ãŸãĄãŒčˆˆå‘ŗを持ãŖたことこそが、į§ãŸãĄãŒč¨€čĒžã‚’įŋ’垗するぎãĢ最もåŊšãĢįĢ‹ãŖãĻくれるんです。そしãĻ、į‰šãĢ、”時間がかかるãĒぁ、あぁおうしãĻぞくできãĒいんだろう”と思うようãĒときはåŋƒé…ã—ãĒいでください。そんãĒ時間こそがあãĒたぎč„ŗがå­Ļįŋ’を一į•Ē吸収しãĻいるįžŦ間ãĒんです。劚įŽ‡įš„というčĒ˜æƒ‘ぎįŊ ãĢåŧ•ãŖかからãĒいでください。劚įŽ‡ãŽã„いもぎは、įĩåą€ã™ããĢåŋ˜ã‚ŒãĻいãŖãĻしぞうということはį§‘å­Ļįš„ãĢ明らかãĢされãĻいぞす。

Do not forget a crucial treat from natural speaking🙊č‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗã‚°ã§åž—ã‚‰ã‚Œã‚‹ã”č¤’įžŽ

One thing that the author didn’t mention explicitly but I want to make sure to let you aware is that this approach should enable learners to speak less accent and be more practical.

ビデã‚ĒではãŖきりと指摘されãĻいãĒかãŖたことで、čĻ‹é€ƒã•ãĒいでæŦ˛ã—いことぎ一つãĢ、č‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグはå­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŒå¤–å›Ŋäēē丸å‡ēしぎã‚ĸクã‚ģãƒŗトをčēĢãĢã¤ã‘ã‚‹ãŽã‚’é˜˛ãŽã€ã‚ˆã‚ŠåŽŸį”¨įš„ãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグãĢ導くということがありぞす。

One of the fixated topics among learners is that how to speak naturally, like native speakers. It seems arduous to achieve. Why? Probably because of the grammar-based method, which enables learners to speak without natural input.

å­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŽé–“ã§ã€å¸¸ãĢé–ĸåŋƒã‚’集めるトピックぎ一つãĢ、ネイテã‚ŖブぎようãĢčŠąã›ã‚‹ã‚ˆã†ãĢãĒるãĢはおうしたらいいか、というぎがありぞすね。達成するぎがとãĻも大変そうãĢ思えぞすよね。でもおうしãĻでしょう。これãŖãĻ、多分、文æŗ•ä¸­åŋƒãŽå­Ļįŋ’がå­Ļįŋ’č€…ã‚’č‡Ēį„ļãĒイãƒŗプットį„Ąã—ãĢčŠąã›ã‚‹ã‚ˆã†ãĢさせãĻくれるからじゃãĒいでしょうか。

Once learners grasp a sense of their target language, they start to worry about how their pronunciation sound. For example, a YouTuber, Dogen, is super popular among Japanese learners thanks to his natural pitch accent. Natural accent becomes an important factor. All the learners hope if they sound like native speakers.

あるį¨‹åēĻぎį›Žæ¨™č¨€čĒžãŽæ„ŸčĻšãŒã‚ã‹ãŖãĻくると、å­Ļįŋ’č€…ã¯č‡Ē分ぎį™ēéŸŗをåŋƒé…ã—始めぞす。䞋えばYoutuberぎDogenさんはそぎč‡Ēį„ļãĒį™ēéŸŗぎ゚キãƒĢでæ—ĨæœŦčĒžå­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŽé–“ã§ã¯ã¨ãĻもäēē気がありぞす。あるį¨‹åēĻ文æŗ•ãŒã‚ã‹ãŖãĻくるとč‡Ēį„ļãĒį™ēéŸŗが重čĻãĒčĻį´ ãĢãĒãŖãĻいくんですね。ネイテã‚ŖブãŋたいãĢčŠąã—ãŸã„ã‚“ã§ã™ã€‚

Me too. When I was learning English intensely, I took a class for shadowing at an online school. The school provides how to shadow in order to acquire more natural and fluent speaking skills. I practiced seriously because I wanted to sound like a native speaker seriously. But, you know what, it was so boring. It was like Buddhism practices.

į§ã‚‚ãã†ã§ã—ãŸã€‚č‹ąčĒžã‚’įœŸå‰ŖãĢ勉åŧˇã—ãĻいた頃、į™ēéŸŗを重į‚šãĢįŊŽã„たã‚Ēãƒŗナイãƒŗ゚クãƒŧãƒĢã§ã‚ˇãƒŖドãƒŧイãƒŗグぎクナ゚を取ãŖãĻいたことがありぞす。そぎ゚クãƒŧãƒĢではč‡Ēį„ļãĒį™ēéŸŗをčēĢãĢつけるためãĢã‚ˇãƒŖドãƒŧイãƒŗグする斚æŗ•ã‚’教えãĻいぞした。į§ã‚‚įœŸå‰ŖãĢネイテã‚ŖブãŋたいãĢ喋りたかãŖたぎでįœŸå‰ŖãĢįˇ´įŋ’しぞした。でもね、これ、すãŖã”ãé€€åąˆãĒ訓įˇ´ã§ã—た。ぞるでäģæ•™ãŽäŋŽčĄŒã§ã™ã€‚

In fact, the YouTuber Dogen suggests that it is important to be aware of Japanese pitch accent at the beginning of your learning journey since your pronunciation ingrains in your brain cognition and lets you make it hard to distinguish or articulate natural speaking, once it gets used to it.

原際、Dogenã•ã‚“ã¯ã“ã†č¨€ãŖãĻいぞす。æ—ĨæœŦčĒžå­Ļįŋ’ぎ初期から、ピッチã‚ĸクã‚ģãƒŗトãĢį•™æ„ã™ã‚‹ã“とが大äē‹ã ã¨ã€‚č‡Ē分でį™ēéŸŗをしたéŸŗも、ネイテã‚Ŗブがį™ēéŸŗするéŸŗと同じ様ãĢč‡Ē分ぎč„ŗãĢ蓄įŠã•ã‚ŒãĻいくぎで、č‡Ē分ぎéŸŗãŽæƒ…å ąã°ã‹ã‚Šč“„įŠã•ã‚ŒãĻč„ŗがæ…ŖれãĻしぞうと、č‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグとぎ違いがčĒč­˜ã§ããĒくãĒãŖたりそぎéŸŗをäŊœã‚‹ãŽãŒé›ŖしくãĒãŖたりするんですね。

Grammar-based learning is great because it enables you to learn without native speakers. However, when you feel you have more energy to work on pronunciation, it might cost so much more time to fix your-complete-foreigner-ish accent.

文æŗ•ä¸­åŋƒãŽå­Ļįŋ’はすごいです。ネイテã‚Ŗブ゚ピãƒŧã‚Ģãƒŧį„Ąã—でもたくさんぎįŸĨč­˜ãŒåž—ã‚‰ã‚Œãžã™ã€‚ã§ã‚‚ã€ã•ãã€ãã‚ãã‚į™ēéŸŗãĢ取り掛かるかと思ãŖたころãĢは、すãŖかり外å›Ŋäēēぎį™ēéŸŗãĢæ…ŖれきãŖたč‡Ē分ぎč„ŗã‚’č¨“įˇ´ã—į›´ã™ãŽãĢã€č†¨å¤§ãĒ時間をかけるåŋ…čĻãŒã§ãĻくるかもしれぞせん。

Let’s make a plan✨計į”ģをįĢ‹ãĻぞしょう

How to apply this method🏃đŸģこぎ斚æŗ•ã‚’おう取りå…Ĩã‚Œã‚‹ãŽãŒč‰¯ã„ã‹

I would like to see how this method works. But, I feel that it is very challenging to have a native speaker for all learners. I would like to suggest combining two ways. While tracking the time of your self-learning, add the natural speaking time as much as possible. In order to motivate, schedule and experiment, I would recommend setting a certain duration for this natural speaking, such as 100 hours.

į§ã¯ã“ぎ斚æŗ•ãŒåŽŸéš›ãĢおう劚果įš„ãĒぎかãĢとãĻã‚‚čˆˆå‘ŗがありぞす。でも、同時ãĢネイテã‚Ŗブ゚ピãƒŧã‚Ģãƒŧをįĸēäŋã™ã‚‹ã“とはとãĻもむずかしいことだとも感じãĻいぞす。ですぎで、2つぎ斚æŗ•ã‚’įĩ„ãŋ合わせることをおすすめしぞす。おれだけč‡Ē分ぎį‹Ŧå­ĻãĢæ™‚é–“ã‚’å‰˛ãã‹ã‚‚æŠŠæĄã—ã¤ã¤ã€č‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグぎ時間ぎ時間をäŊœã‚Œã‚‹é™ã‚ŠæŒã¤æ–šæŗ•ã§ã™ã€‚ã‚„ã‚‹æ°—ã‚’ã‚­ãƒŧãƒ—ã—ã€ã‚šã‚ąã‚¸ãƒĨãƒŧãƒĢã‚’åžšåē•ã—、こぎ原験を成功させるためãĢã€ä¸€åŽšæ™‚é–“ã‚’č¨­åŽšã™ã‚‹ã“ã¨ã‚’ã‚Ēã‚šã‚šãƒĄã—ãžã™ã€‚äž‹ãˆã°č‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグを100時間達成する、といãŖた様ãĢ。

Aim to 100 hours speaking time🏃đŸģ‍♀ī¸100時間ぎ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグをį›Žæ¨™ãĢ

1. Let’s set how many hours per week you have time to speak feasibly, as of now!

1. 一週間ãĢおれだけč‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグ時間を持つことができるか、įžåŽŸįš„ãĒæ™‚é–“æ•°ã‚’č¨­åŽšã—ãžã—ã‚‡ã†ã€‚

2. Record all of your sessions. And, add up the speaking time while reviewing by listening to your audio. (You should schedule this new routine in your everyday life, such as your lunchtime for 15 mins or before going to bed for 30 minutes.)

2. すずãĻぎ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグぎã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗã‚’éŒ˛éŸŗしぞしょう。そしãĻã“ã‚Œã‚’čžã„ãĻ垊įŋ’をする時間をįĸēäŋã—ぞしょう。īŧˆã“れを新しいãƒĢãƒŧテã‚ŖãƒŗとしãĻ時間をįĸēäŋã—、毎æ—Ĩぎį”Ÿæ´ģãĢ取りå…ĨれãĻください。䞋えばæ˜ŧäŧ‘憊ãĢ15分、寝る前ãĢ30分といãŖた感じです。īŧ‰

3. How many weeks will you need to hit 100 hours? (This is going to be a feasible goal)

3. 100時間達成するぎãĢäŊ•é€ąé–“かかりぞすかīŧŸ(これがぞずį›ŽæŒ‡ã™ãšãåŽŸįžå¯čƒŊãĒゴãƒŧãƒĢということãĢãĒりぞす。)

4. How many hours would you ideally speak? Try expanding the speaking time as much as possible. (You might be able to shorten your feasible goal!)

4. į†æƒŗįš„ãĢはさらãĢäŊ•æ™‚間゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗã‚°ãŽæ™‚é–“ã‚’æŒãĄãŸã„ã§ã™ã‹īŧŸã¨ãĢかくこぎ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグぎ時間を可čƒŊãĒ限りåĸ—やしãĻãŋぞしょう。īŧˆãã†ã™ã‚‹ã¨100時間ぎ達成をもãŖと旊くすることができるかもしれぞせん。īŧ‰

Azumi’s plan
  1. How many hours per week for speaking? Since I have 4 native speaker friends to speak with, I will start with 4 hours, but I don’t know how it goes, honestly. (Since my language-exchange session last 60 minutes, and it means I only have 30 minutes of speaking time per session.)
  2. It will add up 8 hours.
  3. It will take 13 weeks(=3 months) to hit 100 hours.
  4. I would like to aim 12 hours for speaking ideally. I will look for a school that provides the TPRS method.
į§ãŽč¨ˆį”ģ
  1. é€ąã‚ãŸã‚ŠãŽã‚šãƒ”ãƒŧキãƒŗグ時間īŧš4äēēぎネイテã‚Ŗブ゚ピãƒŧã‚Ģãƒŧぎ友äēēがいるぎで、4æ™‚é–“ãŽč¨­åŽšã‹ã‚‰å§‹ã‚ãžã™ã€‚æ­Ŗį›´4時間達成できるかはあぞりč‡ĒäŋĄãŒã‚りぞせん。(晎æŽĩį§ã¯30分äē¤äģŖぎ1時間ã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗをすることが多いぎで、1回ぎã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗで30分しかįŠãŋ上げることができãĻいãĒいからです。īŧ‰
  2. 録éŸŗã‚’čžã4時間をčļŗしãĻ8時間です。
  3. 100時間を達成するぎãĢ13é€ąé–“ã€ã¤ãžã‚Š3ãƒļæœˆã‹ã‹ã‚‹č¨ˆįŽ—です。
  4. į›Žæ¨™ã¨ã—ãĻは12時間゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグできるようãĢがんばりぞす。TPRS教授æŗ•ãŽčĒžå­Ļ゚クãƒŧãƒĢもæŽĸしãĻãŋようと思ãŖãĻいぞす。

Set a goal for your self-learning🏃đŸģį‹Ŧå­Ļ時間ぎį›Žæ¨™č¨­åŽš

  • How many hours you have time for self-learning? Let’s figure out what would you like to work on, and set how many hours would you like to work on.
  • 週ãĢäŊ•æ™‚é–“į‹Ŧå­ĻãĢå‰˛ã‘ãžã™ã‹ã€‚ããŽį‹Ŧå­Ļ時間ãĢäŊ•ã‚’勉åŧˇã—たいですか。時間数とå­Ļįŋ’å†…åŽšã‚’č¨­åŽšã—ãžã—ã‚‡ã†ã€‚
Azumi’s plan
  • making German story article for 4.5 hours per week.
  • attending a class for 1.5 hour per week
į§ãŽč¨ˆį”ģ
  • ドイツčĒžãŽį‰ŠčĒžãŽč¨˜äē‹ãĢ4.5æ™‚é–“å‰˛ã
  • čĒžå­Ļå­Ļæ ĄãŽã‚¯ãƒŠã‚šãĢ1.5æ™‚é–“å‰˛ã

How to manage a speaking session👩đŸģ‍đŸĢ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗぎ斚æŗ•

I would like to suggest creating your own rule in order for you to have a comfortable safe environment, which is important to let your brain relaxed. (Actually, this is another Krashen’s theory, called the Affective filter hypothesis.) Here is my adjusting rule example.

č‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグぎã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗぎ斚æŗ•ãĢついãĻは、č‡Ē分ぎãƒĢãƒŧãƒĢぎäŊœæˆã‚’おすすめしぞす。厉åŋƒã—ãĻ望めるå­Ļįŋ’į’°åĸƒã¯å­Ļįŋ’劚果ãĢ反映しぞす。つぞり、č„ŗがãƒĒナック゚しãĻå­Ļįŋ’できる場、が重čĻãĒんです。īŧˆåŽŸã¯ã“ã‚Œã‚‚ã‚¯ãƒŠãƒƒã‚ˇã‚§ãƒŗãŽæå”ąį†čĢ–ぎ一つで情意フã‚ŖãƒĢã‚ŋãƒŧäģŽč¨­ã¨ã„うんですよ。īŧ‰ã§ã¯äģĨ下はį§ãŒč‡Ē分ãĒりãĢčĒŋ整したãƒĢãƒŧãƒĢぎ䞋です。

Set the your own rule🏃đŸģč‡Ē分ぎãƒĢãƒŧãƒĢをäŊœã‚‹

1# Record entirely
  • Review this multiple times if possible.
  • Schedule regular reviewing time as daily routine.
1# å…¨éƒ¨éŒ˛éŸŗする
  • 録éŸŗã‚’ã‚ã¨ã‹ã‚‰čžãã“ã¨ã§ã€č‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグぎ時間を倍åĸ—させるäŊœæˆĻです。
  • 録éŸŗã‚’čžãæ™‚é–“ã‚’æ¯Žæ—ĨぎãƒĢãƒŧテã‚ŖãƒŗãĢしãĻ、時間をæąēめãĻįĸēäŋã™ã‚‹ã“と。
2# No mother tongue.
  • Draw in a paper
  • Gesture
  • Speak the target language at least 90%.
2# 母čĒžįĻæ­ĸ
  • į´™ãĢįĩĩで書いãĻäŧãˆåˆã†
  • ジェ゚チãƒŖãƒŧでäŧãˆåˆã†
  • そぎ時間ぎ90īŧ…äģĨ上をį›Žæ¨™č¨€čĒžã§čŠąã™
3# No grammar
  • If your partner is not a teacher, just tell them that you do not want the grammar explanation.
  • If you have some grammar knowledge already, I think it is okay for you to reassure your grammar usage or ask any questions you have.
  • (Since I am a teacher, when I provide natural speaking, I would like to plan to use grammar little by little to my students along with piling the sessions without letting my students know about my grammar plan, or only letting them know at the end of the session! If you have a teacher, I think you can request it!)
3# 文æŗ•įĻæ­ĸ
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧがčĒžå­Ļ教å¸ĢでãĒい場合は、文æŗ•ãŽčĒŦ明はいらãĒいとことわる。
  • もし文æŗ•įŸĨč­˜ã‚’æ—ĸãĢã‚ã‚‹å ´åˆã€čžããŸã‘ã‚Œã°ã‚‚ãĄã‚ã‚“ã€ãã‚ŒãŒæ­ŖしくäŊŋえãĻいるかをパãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢįĸēčĒã—たり、パãƒŧトナãƒŧãŽčŠąã—ãŸį™ēč¨€ãŒįŸĨãŖãĻいる文æŗ•įŸĨ識ãĢé–ĸäŋ‚しãĻいãĻもãŖとįŸĨりたい場合、čŗĒ問したりしãĻ大丈å¤Ģ。
  • īŧˆį§ã¯čĒžå­Ļ教å¸ĢãĒぎで、į§ãŒč‡Ēį„ļãĒ゚ピãƒŧキãƒŗグを提䞛するときãĢは、 ã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗを重ねãĒがら文æŗ•čĻį´ ã‚’ãĄã‚‡ãŖとずつčļŗしãĻいきたいです。それはå­Ļįŋ’者ãĢäŧãˆã‚‹åŋ…čĻã¯ãĒいし、文æŗ•ãŒåĨŊきãĒå­Ļįŋ’č€…ã§ã‚ãŖãĻもã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗぎįĩ‚わりãĢč¨€åŠã™ã‚‹ãã‚‰ã„ãĢį•™ã‚ãžã™ã€‚もし、čĒžå­Ļ教å¸Ģがįĸēäŋã§ããã†ãĒら、į›¸čĢ‡ã—ãĻãŋãĻはおうでしょう。īŧ‰
4# 【Online × writing】Use cloud tool
  • Prepare the materials you use into a cloud tool, such as Google Jamboard, Evernote, etc. (Your partner can easily add words on to the note, while talking.)
4# 【Online × writing】クナã‚ĻドツãƒŧãƒĢ
  • į›´æŽĨäŧšã†ãŽã§ã¯ãĒく、ã‚Ēãƒŗナイãƒŗでã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗする場合で、ナイテã‚Ŗãƒŗグも勉åŧˇã—ãŸã„ã¨č€ƒãˆãĻいる場合は、グãƒŧグãƒĢぎジãƒŖムボãƒŧドやEvernoteį­‰ãŽã‚¯ãƒŠã‚ĻドツãƒŧãƒĢをおすすめしぞす。īŧˆã‚らかじめ雑čĒŒã‚„į‰ŠčĒžãŽææ–™ã‚’そこãĢį”¨æ„ã—ãĻおき、ã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗ中はおäē’いč‡Ēį”ąãĢãƒĄãƒĸができるようãĢしぞす。īŧ‰
5# Correction
  • Let your partner knows your preference of correction.
  • If you want get correction, ask your partner to provide corrections by correcting comprehensible input. (Ask your partner to provide a correct way of saying instead of lecturing grammar.)
5# į™ēč¨€ãŽč¨‚æ­Ŗ
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢ訂æ­ŖしãĻãģしいか、しãĻãģしくãĒいかäŧãˆã‚‹ã€‚
  • ã‚‚ã—č¨‚æ­ŖしãĻæŦ˛ã—ã„å ´åˆã€č¨‚æ­Ŗæ–šæŗ•ã¨ã—ãĻエナãƒŧぎį™ēį”Ÿã—ãŸæ–‡ã‚’č¨‚æ­ŖするぎではãĒく、æ­ŖしいäŊŋį”¨ãĢåŸēãĨいた多くぎイãƒŗãƒ—ãƒƒãƒˆãŽæäž›ã‚’ãŠéĄ˜ã„ã—ãĻください。

How to proceed🏃‍♂ī¸é€˛ã‚æ–š

1# Magazine
  • Any language will do, since pictures are the main purpose. (But, if you are interested in learning writing, which is like myself, I think a magazine in target language gives you more information you want.)
  • Ask your partner to describe the magazine.
  • Listen to what your partner says and just mimic the sounds while understanding its meaning.
  • Ask your partner to make simple Yes/No questions.
  • Make simple questions and ask them your partner. ex) why? what?
  • Ask your partner to provide ‘i plus one’ information. ex) car➜ vintage car
  • (If you want to learn writing too) request your partner to write down some words into your note. you don’t have to see it during the session, but when you review the recording of the session, you can check the note.
1# 雑čĒŒ
  • おんãĒ言čĒžãŽé›‘čĒŒã§ã‚‚いい、写įœŸã‚’äŊŋį”¨ã™ã‚‹ãŽãŒį›Žįš„ãĒぎでいろんãĒå ´éĸぎたくさんぎ写įœŸãŒčŧ‰ãŖãĻいるもぎがおすすめ。īŧˆã‚‚し、ナイテã‚Ŗãƒŗグもå­Ļįŋ’したい場合は、į›Žæ¨™č¨€čĒžãŽé›‘čĒŒãŽãģうがいいと思ãŖãĻいぞす。写įœŸãĢさらãĢæ–‡å­—æƒ…å ąã‚‚ã‚ã‚‹ãŽã§į†č§ŖãŒæˇąãžã‚‹ã¯ãšã§ã™ã€‚īŧ‰
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢ写įœŸãĢäŊ•ãŒæ˜ ã•ã‚ŒãĻいるかčĒŦæ˜Žã‚’ãŠéĄ˜ã„ã—ãžã™ã€‚
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧãŽč¨€ã†č¨€č‘‰ã‚’ã‚ˆãčžãįœŸäŧŧãĻãŋぞす。äŊ•ãĢついãĻ行ãŖãĻいるį™ē言ãĒぎか、į™ēč¨€ã‚’å¸¸ãĢį†č§ŖしãĒがらč€ŗãĢæ…Ŗらしぞす。
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢį°Ąå˜ãĒイエ゚ãƒģノãƒŧåŊĸåŧãŽčŗĒ問をしãĻもらいぞす。
  • č‡Ē分からも単į´”ãĒčŗĒ問をパãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢしぞしょう。䞋えば「おうしãĻīŧŸã€ã‚„「これはäŊ•īŧŸã€ãĒおです。
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢ「īŊ‰ãƒ—ナ゚īŧ‘ã€ãŽæƒ…å ąã‚’čžã„ãĻãŋぞしょう。䞋īŧ‰čģŠâžœãƒ“ãƒŗテãƒŧジぎčģŠ
  • īŧˆãƒŠã‚¤ãƒ†ã‚Ŗãƒŗグも勉åŧˇã—たいäēēīŧ‰ãƒ‘ãƒŧトナãƒŧãŒčŠąã™č¨€č‘‰ãŽã„ãã¤ã‹ã‚’č‡Ē分ぎノãƒŧトãĢãƒĄãƒĸしãĻおいãĻもらいぞしょう。ã‚ģãƒƒã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗ中ãĢčĻ‹ã‚‹åŋ…čĻã¯ã‚りぞせんが、éŸŗæēã‚’垊įŋ’ã§č´ãéš›ãĢåŊšįĢ‹ã¤ã¯ãšã§ã™ã€‚
2# TPR
  • Ask your partner to give you a list of {commands/verbs/actions}.
  • You will express them by your body, fingers, or in whatever way you can.
2# TPR
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢīŊ›å‘Ŋäģ¤ãƒģå‹•čŠžãƒģã‚ĸã‚¯ã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗīŊãŽãƒĒ゚トをäŊœãŖãĻもらいぞす。
  • そぎãƒĒã‚šãƒˆãŽč¨€č‘‰ã‚’ã€č‡Ē分ぎäŊ“ã‚’äŊŋãŖたり、指をäŊŋãŖたり、おんãĒæ–šæŗ•ã§ã‚‚ã„ã„ãŽã§čĄ¨įžã—ぞしょう。
3# Storytelling
  • Any language will do, since your partner will tell you the story by pictures. (But if you are interested in writing, it is better in your target language. That way, you can get to know how writing tells the story as well, especially when you review your recordings.)
  • Ask your partner to describe the story.
  • Listen to what your partner says and just mimic the sounds while understanding its meaning.
  • Ask your partner to make simple Yes/No questions.
  • Make simple questions and ask them your partner. ex) why? what?
  • Ask your partner to provide ‘i plus one’ information. ex) cheese➜blue cheese
3# įĩĩæœŦぎ゚トãƒŧãƒĒãƒŧã‚’čŠąã™
  • おんãĒ言čĒžãŽįĩĩæœŦでもいいです。パãƒŧトナãƒŧはįĩĩæœŦぎįĩĩをčĻ‹ã‚‹ã ã‘だからです。īŧˆã§ã‚‚、もしナイテã‚ŖãƒŗグãĢã‚‚čˆˆå‘ŗがあるãĒら、į›Žæ¨™č¨€čĒžãŽįĩĩæœŦぎãģうが、文でおぎようãĢ襨įžã•ã‚Œã‚‹ã‹ã‚’įŸĨることができるぎで劚果įš„でしょう。éŸŗæēã‚’垊įŋ’しãĻč´ãæ™‚ãĢč‡Ē分でもčĒ­ã‚€ã“とができぞす。īŧ‰
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢįĩĩを元ãĢį‰ŠčĒžã‚’čĒžãŖãĻもらいぞす。
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧぎį™ēč¨€ã‚’æ„å‘ŗをį†č§ŖしãĒãŒã‚‰ã‚ˆãčžããžã™ã€‚įœŸäŧŧしãĻãŋぞす。
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢイエ゚ãƒģノãƒŧåŊĸåŧãŽčŗĒ問をしãĻもらいぞす。
  • č‡Ē分でも単į´”ãĒことをčŗĒ問しãĻãŋぞしょう。
  • パãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢ「īŊ‰ãƒ—ナ゚īŧ‘ã€ãŽæƒ…å ąã‚’čžã„ãĻãŋぞしょう。䞋īŧ‰ãƒãƒŧã‚ē➜ブãƒĢãƒŧチãƒŧã‚ē

Flow’s suggestion🏃đŸģ‍♀ī¸æĩã‚ŒãŽį›ŽåŽ‰

Please figure out on your own🏃đŸģ‍♀ī¸æŽĸりãĒãŒã‚‰é€˛ã‚ãĻください
  • the beginning/ はじめ
    Greetings, Magazine

    (Begin with clothing and colors.)

  • after 10 hours
    Magazine, TPR
  • after 30 hours
    Magazine, TPR, Storytelling
  • after 50 hours
    Magazine20%, Storytelling 80%

My reflectionđŸ’žãŠã‚ã‚ŠãĢ

When I started to learn German, I have already some strategies of how to do a language exchange. I usually use Hellotalk and rarely use Tandem, which both the author mentioned in his video. What I’ve done first was to add German as my new target language. Then, the next step was to learn German’s basic grammar in order to begin language exchange.

ドイツčĒžã‚’勉åŧˇã—始めた頃、į§ãĢはæ—ĸãĢįĸēå›ēãŸã‚‹ãŠã†č¨€čĒžäē¤æ›ã‚’é€˛ã‚ã‚‹ãšãã‹ãĢついãĻぎæˆĻį•Ĩがありぞした。į§ã‚‚äŊœč€…がビデã‚Ēã§č¨€åŠã—ãĻいたã‚ĸプãƒĒをäŊŋãŖãĻいぞす。Hellotalkはé ģįšãĢ、TandemはたぞãĢという感じです。į§ãŒã“れらぎã‚ĸプãƒĒで最初ãĢしたことはドイツčĒžã‚’į›Žæ¨™č¨€čĒžãĢč¨­åŽšã™ã‚‹ã“ã¨ã§ã—ãŸã€‚ãã—ãĻ、æŦĄãĢしたことはというと、旊くこぎã‚ĸプãƒĒãĢいるäēē達ãĢäŧšãˆã‚‹ã‚ˆã†ãĢ、åŸēæœŦįš„ãĒ文æŗ•ã‚’勉åŧˇã™ã‚‹ã€ã¨ã„うことでした。

Until I watched this video, I didn’t notice that how my understanding of the language learning process was influenced by the domination of grammar education. I had simply denied there was no such way for people to interact with one another without a certain grammar knowledge.

こぎビデã‚ĒをčĻ‹ã‚‹ãžã§ã€æ°—ãĨいãĻいぞせんでした。偏ãŖた文æŗ•æ•™č‚˛ãŽåŊąéŸŋぎせいで、čĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’というもぎが文æŗ•ã‚りきでãĒいと成りįĢ‹ãŸãĒいとäŋĄã˜ãĻいるč‡Ē分ãĢã€‚ã‚ˇãƒŗプãƒĢãĢ、文æŗ•ãŽįŸĨč­˜ã‚‚ãĒくäēēãĢäŧšãŖãĻ、有意įžŠãĢäēēとäē¤æĩã™ã‚‹ã“とãĒんãĻできãĒい、とäŋĄã˜åˆ‡ãŖãĻいたんです。

When my friend who is a beginner learner of the Korean language was told by one Korean language speaker that the discrepancy of the language proficiency between the two of them was crucial thereby he declined the language exchange. I simply thought that was an understandable choice.

į§ãŽå‹äēēãĢ初åŋƒč€…韓å›ŊčĒžå­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŒã„ã‚‹ã‚“ã§ã™ãŒã€åŊŧåĨŗãŒč¨€čĒžäē¤æ›ãƒ‘ãƒŧトナãƒŧãĢã“ã†č¨€ã‚ã‚ŒãŸã‚“ã§ã™ã€‚čĒžå­ĻåŠ›ãŽåˇŽãŒå¤§ãã™ãŽã‚‹ã‹ã‚‰č¨€čĒžäē¤æ›ã‚’įļšã‘ることはできãĒã„ã€ã¨ã€‚ãã‚Œã‚’čžã„ãŸã¨ãã“ã†æ€ã„ãžã—ãŸã€‚ããŽæ„čĻ‹ã¯į†č§Ŗできると。

Now, I genuinely wonder, how much this grammar-based domination hinders relentlessly for us from having real language-speaking experiences. This is just sad.

äģŠã¯ã€åŋƒã‹ã‚‰æ€ã†ã“とは、こぎ文æŗ•ã¸ãŽåé‡æ€č€ƒãŒãŠã‚Œãģお、į§ãŽã€ãã—ãĻčĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŽãŋãĒさんぎåŋƒãĢäžĩå…ĨしãĻ思いčžŧãŋをäŊœã‚Šã€į§ãŸãĄãŒå­Ļã‚“ã§ã„ã‚‹č¨€čĒžã‚’čŠąã—ãĒがらå­Ļã‚“ã§ã„ãã¨ã„ã†č˛´é‡ãĒ抟äŧšã‚’、į„Ąæ…ˆæ‚˛ãĢåĨĒãŖãĻいるぎだろうか、ということです。

When I took a history class in middle school or something, I was amazed by people, who learned a language, traveled abroad, studied there, returned, and contributed to the nation even one hundred years ago. Around that era, it is no wonder, that grammar was the only way they could begin learning the language. (Honestly, lecturing grammar is an easier part for a language teacher. Is this caused by the laziness of language teachers?)

中å­Ļį”Ÿãã‚‰ã„ぎ頃、į¤žäŧšãŽæŽˆæĨ­ã‹äŊ•ã‹ã§ã€ã™ã”く昔ãĢ外å›Ŋを旅したり、į•™å­Ļしたり、帰å›ŊしãĻ勉åŧˇã—たことをäŧãˆå›ŊãĢč˛ĸįŒŽã™ã‚‹å‰äēēãŽčŠąãĢすごくãŗãŖくりしたčĻšãˆãŒã‚りぞす。100嚴も前ãĢそんãĒことができたぎīŧŸäŋĄã˜ã‚‰ã‚ŒãĒいīŧã¨ã„う感じ。そぎåŊ“時、čĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’ぎ斚æŗ•ã¨ã—ãĻ文æŗ•ãŒä¸­åŋƒãĢãĒらざるを垗ãĒかãŖたぎはうãĒãšã‘ã‚‹čŠąã§ã™ã€‚(čĒžå­Ļ教å¸ĢãĢとãŖãĻ文æŗ•ã‚’čĒŦ明するぎはį°Ąå˜ãĒãģうぎäģ•äē‹ã ã¨æ€ã„ぞす。というか、čĒžå­Ļ教å¸Ģぎ怠æ…ĸがこぎįŠļæŗãĢé™ĨらせたんでしょうかīŧŸīŧ)

But, now the way of communication has evolved so much, and we are able to enjoy more ways to learn a language. Since our brain likes what we usually do, it might be the reason that the theory of a half-century-ago is in the floating position, while the grammar method dominates.

でも、こぎã‚ŗミãƒĨãƒ‹ã‚ąãƒŧã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗæ–šæŗ•ãŒé€˛åŒ–したäģŠã€į§ãŸãĄã¯æ§˜ã€…ãĒæ–šæŗ•ã‚’čŠĻすことができると思ãŖãĻいぞす。äēē間ぎč„ŗというぎは、æœŦåŊ“ãĢいつもすることをįš°ã‚Ščŋ”すぎがåĨŊきãĒぎで、だからäģŠã‚‚æ–‡æŗ•å­Ļįŋ’が圧倒įš„ãĢ支配しãĻいãĻ、半世į´€å‰ãŽå­Ļįŋ’æ–šæŗ•ãŒåŽ™ãĢæĩŽã„たäŊįŊŽãŽãžãžãĒぎも、多分それがį†į”ąã ã¨æ€ã†ã‚“です。

I just feel like we should be eager to absorb various ways to enjoy acquiring a language, taking advantage of our convenient technology! And, I really hope that I will find my own way and support language learners with it.

ãĒんというか、もãŖと様々ãĒæ–šæŗ•ãĢč˛ĒæŦ˛ãĢãĒãŖãĻ言čĒžįŋ’åž—ã‚’æĨŊしむずきãĒんじゃãĒいか、と思うんですよね。個äēēįš„ãĢは、č‡Ē分ãĒりぎčĒžå­Ļįŋ’垗ぎ斚æŗ•ã‚’開拓しãĻ、もãŖともãŖとčĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’č€…ã‚’ã‚ĩポãƒŧトしãĻいけるようãĢãĒれたらいいãĒと思ãŖãĻいぞす。

The most intriguing point of the video for me is that he emphasizes the precious communication experiences through learning languages. It is going to be your life-long relationship that let your life brighter, more meaningful, and more joyful. Might speaking with someone be the reason that you determined to learn a language in the first place? Aren’t we compromising our joy due to grammar domination? And addition to joy, do not forget the gift of the acquisition of natural accent altogether.

こぎビデã‚Ēで一į•Ēåŋƒã‚’動かされたįŽ‡æ‰€ã¯ã€äŊœč€…ãŒč¨€čĒžįŋ’åž—ã‚’č˛´é‡ãĒã‚ŗミãƒĨãƒ‹ã‚ąãƒŧã‚ˇãƒ§ãƒŗã‚’č‚˛ã‚€įĩŒé¨“ができる場だとčĒŦ明しãĻいたįŽ‡æ‰€ã§ã—ãŸã€‚å…¨ãåŒæ„Ÿã§ã™ã€‚é•ˇãįļšãé–ĸäŋ‚を、č‡Ēåˆ†ãŒãžã čŠąã›ãĒã„č¨€čĒžã‚’čŠąã™čŠąč€…ã¨äŊœã‚Œã‚‹ã‹ã‚‚しれãĒã„ã‚“ã§ã™ã€‚čˆˆåĨŽã—ぞすよね。そしãĻそれは、čĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’č€…ãŽäēēį”ŸãĢåŊŠã‚Šã‚’与え、意å‘ŗを与え、喜ãŗを与えぞす。čĒ°ã‹ã¨čŠąã—たい、それがčĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’を始めたį†į”ąã ãŖたんじゃãĒいですかīŧŸæ–‡æŗ•ãŒå¤§åˆ‡ã¨æ€ã„čžŧãŋすぎãĻこぎ喜ãŗをįŠ į‰˛ãĢしãĻぞせんかīŧŸãã—ãĻこぎ喜ãŗとともãĢč‡Ēį„ļãĒã‚ĸクã‚ģãƒŗトがčēĢãĢã¤ã‘ã‚‰ã‚Œã‚‹ã¨ã„ã†ãƒĄãƒĒットもåŋ˜ã‚ŒãĒいでください。

We can enjoy and learn a language with more fun by this method. And, your joy and excitement boost your learning experience faster, more significantly, and more successfully. As I said, it has to be a slow process. Therefore, we need joy. and it lets our cognitive action more productive.

į§ãŸãĄã¯ã“ぎ斚æŗ•ã§čĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’ã‚’ã‚‚ãŖとæĨŊしく、することができると思いぞす。æĨŊしいこと、ワクワクすることは、į§ãŸãĄãŽå­Ļįŋ’įĩŒé¨“をより加速させ、より意å‘ŗをあたえ、成功ãĢ導きぞす。čĒžå­Ļå­Ļįŋ’はゆãŖãã‚Šč‚˛ã‚“ã§ã„ãã“ã¨ãŒåŋ…čĻãĒもぎですし、だからこそワクワクがåŋ…čĻãĒんです。それが、č„ŗぎæ´ģ動をよりį”Ÿį”Ŗįš„ãĢしãĻくれるんです。

Thanks for reading. I really want to know what you think! Please feel free to let me know.😆 Also, I am thinking of making content to record this 100-hour experiment on this blog. If you are interested in it, please let me know!đŸĨŗ

čĒ­ã‚“でくれãĻありがとうございぞすīŧãœã˛ã‚ãĒたぎ意čĻ‹ã‚‚įŸĨりたいぎで教えãĻãã ã•ã„đŸ˜†ãã‚Œã‹ã‚‰ã€ã“ãŽãƒ–ãƒ­ã‚°ã§ã¯ã“ãŽåŽŸé¨“ã‚’åŽŸéš›ãĢãƒ–ãƒ­ã‚°å†…ã§č¨˜éŒ˛ãĢしãĻ掋しãĻã„ãã“ã¨ã‚’č€ƒãˆãĻã„ãžã™ã€‚čˆˆå‘ŗぎある斚はį§ãĢごé€ŖįĩĄãã ã•ã„đŸĨŗ

The real Challenge Learn From Zero

Now, my friend Dan and I have started our new challenge that absorbs natural Japanese input in 100 hours. You can start acquiring Japanese with our videos from zero knowledge. Otherwise enjoy seeing how far Dan can go!!!!

さãĻ、į§ã¨å‹äēēぎDanは100時間ぎナチãƒĨナãƒĢイãƒŗプットぎ挑æˆĻをはじめぞした。æ—ĨæœŦčĒžã‚’ã‚ŧロから始めたいãŋãĒã•ã‚“ã€‚ãœã˛į§é”ぎビデã‚ĒでいãŖしょãĢįˇ´įŋ’しぞしょう。もうæ—ĨæœŦčĒžã‚’はãĒせるあãĒたは、DanãŒãŠã‚Œãã‚‰ã„æˆé•ˇã™ã‚‹ã‹ã‚’čĻ‹ã‚‹ãŽã‚‚いいと思いぞすよīŧ

【N5】#1-1: Learn Japanese Language from Zero with Dan

Read how to love learning a language! 💓

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